Tradesco Tours Releases 2009 Brochure

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Tradesco Tours has printed a new brochure for 2009 that offers deluxe packages and hosted tours in Central Europe. The highlight of the brochure is the Imperial Capitals hosted tour which includes three nights in Budapest, three nights in Vienna and three nights in Prague. Accommodation is in the Four Seasons in Budapest, the Imperial in Vienna and the Mandarin Oriental in Prague, among others.


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All city tours are private with professional guide, and transportation between the cities is provided by a chauffeur-driven private car. An English speaking guide meets the travelers in each city and assists with check-in while advising about restaurants, special events and how to spend free time. A night out at the Opera, or Concert Hall is also included in each city.

The Royal Cities of Central Europe hosted tour is a 13-night trip that visits Budapest, Vienna, Krakow, Warsaw and Prague. The tour includes deluxe hotels, first class train between the cities (air between Warsaw and Prague), arrival and departure transfer in each city, private tours and cultural program in Budapest and Prague.

Tradesco's new brochure also offers a Spectacular Hungarian Castle Tour with five nights spent in different castle hotels or mansions, traveling by private car with an English speaking  driver/guide and extensive sightseeing in the impressive Hungarian countryside.

The brochure alos contains three-night deluxe city packages in Budapest, Vienna, Prague, Krakow and Dubrovnik.


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