Dvorak Prague Int’l Music Festival
Chopin, Smetana & Dvorak


Dvorak Prague Int’l Music Festival! 

Budapest * Vienna * Prague
September 9- 19, 2021

Join fellow classical music lovers and Public Radio enthusiasts for the ultimate art, history, and classical music journey to Budapest, Vienna and Prague! Enjoy the beauty and pageantry of classical music as it was meant to be experienced, in Europe’s historic symphony halls and opera houses! Visit the great symphony halls, opera houses, composers’ homes and walk in their historic footsteps. Your tailor-made classical adventure also includes tickets to the highly acclaimed Dvorak, Prague International Music Festival and exclusive concerts in the homes of both Mozart and Liszt. Celebrate the lives of Beethoven, Mozart, Dvorak, Smetana, Schubert, Brahms, Strauss and Mahler in style. Space is limited.

Expedition Highlights

Guided by an Earthbound Expeditions program manager
The Prague Dvorak International Music Festival
Exploration of Beethoven's life while in Vienna
Private tours of the homes and museums devoted to Dvorak, Liszt, Mozart and Beethoven
Five superb classical concerts in Budapest, Vienna and Prague
An evening cruise on the Danube
The State Opera Houses of Budapest and Prague
A special chamber music concert in the monastery where Mozart worked, performed and lived
Private guided walks in Budapest, Vienna and Prague with local experts
Unique dining experiences in charming cafes, wine cellars and restaurants
Vienna's Fine Art Museum
Backstage tour of the Musikverein, home of the Vienna Symphony
A small, fun group of Public Radio friends


Trip Facts

11 Days/10 Nights (excluding air travel)
$4,795 per person, double occupancy (Land Price)
$995 single supplement
Depart the USA no later than: September 8, 2021
Trip begins in Budapest: Thursday, September 9, 2021
Trip ends after breakfast in Prague: Sunday, September 19 –

Reserve before May 1, 2021 and save $100 * Pay final balance by check and save $100 * Earthbound travel alumni save $100


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