Day 1: ARRIVAL IN PRAGUE
Welcome to Prague! Prague, capital city of the Czech Republic, is bisected by the Vltava River. Nicknamed “the City of a Hundred Spires,” it’s known for its Old Town Square, the heart of its historic core, with colorful baroque buildings, Gothic churches and the medieval Astronomical Clock, which gives an animated hourly show.
In the evening, you can take stroll across by the Charles Bridge.
Overnight in Prague.
Day 2: CESKY KRUMLOV AND CESKE BUDEJOVICE CITY OF BUDWEISE BEER
Breakfast at the hotel.
Later take a chance to Visit two picturesque Czech towns in an unforgettable experience. The picturesque town of Cesky Krumlov is situated above the meandering valley along the upper Vltava river in Southern Bohemia. It has won an international reputation thanks to its historical riches. More than three hundred historic buildings dominated by a huge castle and the church of St. Vitus bear witness to their rich past. Cesky Krumlov has enormous appeal as an urban unity and has been included among the monuments on the UNESCO World Cultural an Natural Heritage list. You will visit the castle and the old centre of the town. Traveling through Southern Bohemia you may admire its beautiful landscape with many forests and ponds. We then continue to the south Bohemian city of Ceske Budejovice with its unique historic square, lined with Renaissance and Baroque houses and dominated by the Black Tower. Return to the hotel on your own and free time until dinner.
Overnight in Prague.
Day 3: KUTNA HORA
Post breakfast at the hotel, morning free for leisure or optional activities. You can choose one of the socialist cars and get your private ride around Prague! Our professional English speaking driver/guide will pick you up at the hotel, provide you historical information and interesting facts about Prague along the way and take you back to the hotel or anywhere else you want to go. In two hours you can see the most important and interesting places in Prague and take a journey into the past seeing what it was like to be driving around Prague in 70s. (Optional costing would be approx EUR 95 Per adult/ per child)
Later by approx 1300 hrs – enjoy a visit to the UNESCO listed town of Kutna Hora, see the Gothic St Barbara Cathedral and be awed at the Bone Ossuary.
Go back in time to the Middle Ages and visit the second most important town in Bohemia. Kutna Hora was the medieval center of silver mining and the second richest town of Bohemian Kingdom. You will visit the Gothic Cathedral of St. Barbara and unique stone fountain from the 15th century. Tour also includeds a visit to Ossuary (Bone House), one of the most interesting burial places in the world decorated by more than 40000 human bones. The city has been protected by UNESCO 1995.
Overnight in Prague.
Day 4: PRAGUE TO BRNO (Approx time taken 3 hrs 30 mins)
Breakfast at the hotel and then you will check out from the hotel for your onward journey to Brno. Brno is an amazing city in the Czech Republic. It’s known for its modernist buildings, like the restored Villa Tugendhat, completed in 1930 by architect Mies van der Rohe. The medieval Spilberk Castle houses a city museum, gardens and a former prison with vaulted tunnels. The Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul has baroque altars, a 14th-century statue of the Madonna and Child, and city views from its steeple.
Check in at the hotel and rest of the day for free / leisure activities.
Overnight in Brno
Day 5: CULTURAL HERITAGE -TELC AND TREBIC
Post breakfast, today you can opt to explore the Unesco World Cultural Heritage towns of Telc and Trebic. (Optional tour)
The Renaissance ancient town of Telc, called the Venice of Moravia, also UNESCO’s world heritage site, gives the impression of fairytale town, therefore, a number of fairy tales and historical movies were filmed there. The city takes pride in having Gothic Chateau and the most picturesque town square of our country – Zacharias of Hradec Square. The Square alone consists of 71 houses that rose in the Gothic plots, mostly before the 1530. An arcade, which was built around the perimeter of the square around the mid 16th century, creates the typical character of the square. Qualified Italian artists helped transform the Gothic dwellings into neat looking houses. The Trebic Jewish monuments, together with the ones found in Jerusalem, are the only ones that have been separately listed on the UNESCO list. This exceptional architectural complex is extremely well preserved. The only comparable ghetto in Europe can perhaps be found only in Venice. Trebic once belonged to the important centers of Jewish culture in Moravia and uniquely preserved Jewish quarter is a mute testament to co-existence of Jews and Christians. The Jewish quarter with its dense housing includes more than 120 homes complemented by the buildings of the former Jewish institutions – synagogues, town hall, rabbinate and the poorhouse. (Optional cost approx EUR 125 Per person & EUR 112 Per child)
Return to the hotel on your own and free time until dinner.
overnight in Brno.
Day 6: BRNO TO PRAGUE (Approx time taken 3 hrs 30 mins)
Today post breakfast, you will check out and then make your way to Brno Train station. Board a train to Prague and arrive at the destination within 3 hrs 30 mins.
Upon your arrival at Prague train station, you will proceed to the hotel and rest of the day free to recoup.
In the evening, Experience the beauty of Prague at night with a friendly and experienced guide. You will spend 2 hours enjoying the views and the lights of the National Theatre, Prague Castle, and other major sites. You’ll also watch a dazzling water and light show followed by music at Krizik s Fountain. This famous fountain was constructed at the beginning of the 20th century. Visitors come to the fountain now to see the shooting streams of water that are illuminated in color and timed to the music of Smetana and Dvorak as well as Mercury, Vangelis, and Lloyd and more.The Light Fountain became a unique and popular sensation of the Exposition the 100 years ago. Today, one of the most notable structures of Prague s Exhibition graunds remains one of the greatest tourist attractions of the hundred-spired Prague. An amphitheatre has grown up in the close vicinity of the fountain, which the
agency annualy fulfills with water and light shows amplified by the most amazing melodies of both the classical music, pop stars and unique original Czech art projects.
Overnight in Prague.
Day 7: Depart Prague
After breakfast, check out and proceed to Vaclav Havel Airport for your flight back home in a private vehicle.