Europe - Prague, Vienna & Budapest
Capital of the Czech Republic, Prague is crossed by the Vltava. Nicknamed "the city of a thousand towers and a thousand steeples", it is famous for its Old Town Square, the heart of its historic center, where colorful Baroque buildings, Gothic churches and a medieval astronomical clock come to life. every hour.
A city of history and European culture, Vienna combines its cultural heritage with the present. Rich, proud and dynamic, it has one of the most remarkable musical scenes in Europe. From Mozart to Beethoven, through Brahms, Mahler or Schubert, Vienna's musical past is now palpable everywhere.
Straddling a curve of the Danube, the capital is the vital center of Hungary, in all aspects: cultural, administrative and commercial. But it is its beauty that makes it original: its broad avenues, its green parks, and the diversity of its architecture have earned it the nickname "Paris of Eastern Europe". Moreover, Budapest has preserved many buildings and a fin de siècle charm, which was the beautiful time of its prosperity. So, it's a pleasure to walk on the streets.
- Budapest Tourism Office
- Canadian Foreign Affairs (Czech Republic)
- Canadian Foreign Affairs (Hungray)
- Canadian Foreign Affairs (Austria)
- Czech Republic Tourism
- Hungary Tourism
- Austria Tourism
- Interactive map of Prague (French)
- Map of Budapest
- Map of Prague
- Map of Vienna
- Weather in Budapest
- Weather in Prague
- Weather in Vienna