The Czech Republic from Prague is a small group tour that visits Prague, Karlovy Vary, Cesky Krumlov, Trebon, Lednice, Brno and Kutna Hora in seven days.
7 days – Small group tour (min. 2 people) Monday Departures from Prague
Day 1 – Monday – Prague – Karlovy Vary (130 km)
Morning departure from Prague Hotel at 8:30 a.m. for the world famous spa town of Karlovy Vary. During the sightseeing tour you can marvel at the elegant palace frequented by former royalty and its adorned promenades with the many drinking spring fountains. Dinner and overnight in Karlovy Vary.
Day 2 – Tuesday – Karlovy Vary – Pilsen – Cesky Krumlov (250 km)
Breakfast. Drive to Plzen (Pilsen), home of the famous Pilsner Urquell Brewery. A visit to the Pilsner Urquell Brewery with tasting is organised followed by a short sightseeing tour. Continue to the capital of South Bohemia, Ceske Budejovice (Budweis) and admire its unique historical market square. Drive to the UNESCO town of Český Krumlov and admire its numerous medieval buildings. Dinner and overnight in Cesky Krumlov.
Day 3 – Wednesday – Cesky Krumlov – Trebon (50 km)
Breakfast. Sightseeing tour of Česky Krumlov will include a visit to Cesky Krumlov Castle. In the afternoon depart for Treboň, the famous centre of the Bohemian fishing lake area and a well-known spa town. Visit to Třeboň Castle. In the evening a walking tour of the town. Dinner and overnight in Trebon.
Day 4 – Thursday – Třeboň – Telc – Lednice (160 km)
Breakfast. Continue through the lush countryside of South Bohemia, stopping in the UNESCO listed historical town of Telč a romantic little town with beautiful Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque houses. Continue to Lednice in South Moravia. Dinner followed by a visit to a local wine cellar to taste the famous local wines. Overnight in Velke Bilovice.
Day 5 – Friday – Lednice – Brno (55 km)Breakfast. Visit the Valtice and Lednice Castles, UNESCO Heritage sites. These gorgeous residences of European aristocracy are surrounded by French gardens and huge English style parks. Drive to the national nature reserve of the Moravian Karst. A boat ride on its subterranean River Punkva will be combined with a visit to the Macocha Gorge hiding extensive caverns and emerald lakes. Drive on to Brno, the capital of Moravia, the province of rolling green hills and colorful villages. Dinner and overnight in Brno.
Day 6 – Saturday – Brno – Kutna Hora (153 km)
Breakfast. After a short sightseeing tour of Brno, drive to Central Moravia where two historical cities will be visited – the garden city of Kromeriz and Olomouc, the city of churches, featuring one of the largest collections of historical monuments in the country. After a short sightseeing tour depart back to Bohemia to the city of Hradec Kralove, important center during the Hussite Wars. Dinner and overnight in Hradec Kralove.
Day 7 – Sunday – Kutna Hora – Prague (84 km)
After breakfast a tour of the medieval mining town of Kutna Hora. A UNESCO founded in the 13th century which is famous for its silver mines. Visit St. Barbara’s Cathedral with its precious wall paintings and the unique Ossuary (tombe). Continue on to Prague where this tour ends.
Additional accommodation in Prague can be arranged before and after the tour. For our Prague Hotel Packages click here
- 6 nights accommodation in 3* or 4* hotels (depending on availability)
- Breakfast and dinner daily , wine-tasting in a wine cellar in Moravia
- Air-conditioned transportation throughout
- Walking city tours of Karlovy Vary, Plzen, Ceske Budejovice, Cesky Krumlov, Trebon, Brno, Olomouc nd Kutna Hora
- Excursion to the Pilsner Urquell Breweries
- Excursions to Cesky Krumlov Castle, Trebon Castle, Lednice and Valtice Chateau, Kromeriz Chateau, St. Barbara Cathedral – including
- Entrance fees
- Services of English speaking tour escort throughout and bus or private car transportation (depending the number of participants)
- Taxes and Service Charges
Price per person in Euro :
Euro 2076 per person based on two people sharing the room
Euro 2328 per person in single room
US$ rate varies depending the exchange rate
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