The Beauty of the Czech Republic
Prague – the capital of the Czech Republic, which is connected with a wide range of attributes – „hundred-towered“, „magical“, „Golden“, „heart of Europe” or „Rome of the North“. The history of the city started in 9th century. Nowadays, Prague can be proud of many preserved Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Art Nouveau as well as contemporary sights. Since 1992 the historical core of Prague with an area of 866 hectares has been recorded in the UNESCO’s World Cultural and Natural Heritage. Your steps will go through the places where the history of the Czech state was formed. We will see the monumental Prague Castle, picturesque backwaters of, the Lesser Town, the Charles Bridge and last but not least the astronomical clock in the Old Town Square.
Possible combinations: evening Prague on a steamboat, Jewish monuments of Prague, Prague for children with a visit to the Zoo and sea world, Prague with a visit to Křižík’s fountain.
We offer you a trip to the metropolis of West Bohemia, which is the synonym for beer. You will visit with us the world-famous brewery of Pilsner Urquell and the historical square, which is proud of its St. Bartholomew’s Cathedral, Smetana Gardens, synagogue).
Possible combinations: Pilsen for the youngest participants with a visit to the ZOO and Dinopark, town Plzeň or a trip to the chateau Kozel.
Český Krumlov + Hluboká Castle
Join us to discover two South-Bohemian architectonical jewels: the romantic chateau of Hluboká and the picturesque town of Český Krumlov. The Neo-Gothic chateau of Hluboká is called “the Pearl of South Bohemia” by many. The chateau was rebuilt several times. Its current look dates back to 19th century and it resembles strikingly Windsor Castle in England.
The first references to Český Krumlov can be found in the middle of 13th century. The second largest castle in the Czech Republic that projects far over the bed of the Vltava river dominates the town. The historical centre consists of narrow and twisting lanes with a lot of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque houses. Due to the preserved medieval character, Český Krumlov was recorded in the UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage.
Possible combinations: the cities of České Budějovice and Český Krumlov, the castle and the mansion of Český Krumlov.