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Cesky Krumlov Day Trip from Prague[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
|If you love castles, you won't want to miss Cesky Krumlov's World Heritage-listed castle! Known as 'the Pearl of the Renaissance', the State Castle of Cesky Krumlov is one of the most important historic sites in Central Europe. You'll travel by coach from Prague through the beatuiful south Bohemian countryside passing picturesque villages and ponds. The whole town of Cesky Krumlov is on the Unesco heritage list, comprising 300 historic houses, the castle and chateau.|
The town's fairytale red-roofed castle is surrounded by landscaped gardens, and features grand courtyards, halls and furnishings. The castle's development over the 14th to 19th centuries has been well preserved, both in layout and architectural detail. The mighty castle complex stands on a rock promontory sculpted by the Vltava River, dominating the attractive medieval town below.
Together with the magnificent Church of St. Vitus, the castle is a unique feature of the entire region. The town of Cesky Krumlov is situated in a valley surrounded by the Blansko Forest to the north and the undulating foothills of Sumava to the south and west.
Prague in One Day Sightseeing Tour[Category: Tours & Sightseeing]
|Discover the magic of Prague, a modern and vibrant city full of energy, on this introductory tour of the Czech capital. Perfect for first-time visitors, this 3.5-hour city tour combines luxury coach travel and easy walking for a well-rounded exploration of Prague's famous sites, such as Prague Castle (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the State Opera, the National Museum, Wenceslas Square and more. Learn about the interesting history of each location you see from your experienced guide.|
On this guided Prague sightseeing tour, your driver will take you to the city?s famous sites, like the State Opera, National Museum and Wenceslas Square. Admire the statue of St Wenceslas, the patron saint of Bohemia. Then, continue across Charles Square along the banks of the River Vltava to Charles Bridge, the Rudolfinum, and across the river to Prague Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
You'll have the opportunity to walk around the castle courtyards, where you will see St Vitus Cathedral, the seat of the Archbishop of Prague. Visit the Royal Palace and Golden Lane, the legendary place of the mysterious alchemists.
Your coach will then take you across the River Vltava to the Old Town, where you?ll pass through the former Jewish Quarter. In the Old Town Square, see the St Nicholas Church, the Tyn Cathedral and the historical Old Town Hall with its world-famous astronomical clock and 12 apostles dating back to 1410. Conclude your tour near the modern city center.
Terezin Concentration Camp Day Tour from Prague[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
|Embark on an educational and historical experience at Terezin Concentration Camp on this coach tour from Prague. After being turned into a Jewish ghetto during World War II, thousands of Jewish people and other prisoners died in this Terezin camp. Your professional guide will escort you around the entire complex of the former concentration camp, and provide you with informative narration, authentic memories, anecdotes and chilling experiences from Terezin's grim history.|
This special tour will transport you back to the 1940s and give you a detailed overview of life in the Terezin Concentration Camp. Terezin, initially founded in 1780 to protect Prague from attacks, was converted into a Jewish ghetto during Nazi occupation in World War II. Walk the grounds with your expert guide and hear chilling stories and facts about the day-to-day lives of prisoners there.
Visit the Terezin Memorial, the only institution of its kind in the Czech Republic. This memorial commemorates the thousands of victims of the tyrannical Nazi rule, and promotes research and educational activities. Experience the tragic symbol of suffering during the Holocaust during this unique, educational and eye-opening tour.
Prague Night Tour and River Vltava Dinner Cruise[Category: Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours]
|Tour the magical city of Prague at night by coach and boat, and dine in comfort while cruising along the River Vltava. It's the perfect way to see Prague at night, and a relaxing way to end a busy day of sightseeing!|
Your evening begins with a coach ride from the Powder Tower to the River Vltava, where an air-conditioned boat awaits you. After a welcome aperitif, choose from a buffet dinner featuring a wide selection of hot and cold dishes.
Accompanied by pleasant music, your three-hour cruise along the River Vltava provides fantastic views of the river. You'll cruise past Prague's important buildings and historic monuments, including St. Agnes Monastery, the Rudolfinum, Charles Bridge, majestic Prague Castle, the National Theatre, Vysehrad and more.
After your dinner cruise on the River Vltava, enjoy a short tour of 'Golden Prague' and its night-time illuminations.
Prague Castle Walking Tour[Category: Walking & Biking Tours]
|Uncover the secret of the magical Golden Lane, gain insight into the St George's Basilica ancestral convent, and learn about the Black Tower on this walking tour of the renowned Prague Castle! Discover one of Europe's largest medieval castles on a 3.5-hour historical walking tour with your expert guide. Visit the Royal Palace, St Vitus Cathedral and more!|
This outstanding walking tour takes you inside the Prague Castle walls to see the best of this massive complex. Discover the masterpiece of medieval urbanism with your expert guide and hear the folklore and scandal behind the castle on a guided walking tour.
First, your guide will take you from the city center to the Royal Gardens (during the summer season), founded on the site of old vineyards and famous for its beautiful floral ornaments. During the winter, you?ll head to the Lion?s Court, an attractive Renaissance building once used to keep wild animals.
Then, explore the Castle Square, Prague Castle?s main gate, the Court of Honor and the Castle Guard. See St Vitus Cathedral, the seat of the archbishop of Prague. Discover the Old Royal Palace, the seat of Czech rulers and Bohemian princes centuries ago, and visit the Basilica of St George?s, which features one of the oldest convents in Prague.
Then, see Golden Lane , famous for its picturesque houses and stories of alchemists transforming metals into gold. You'll also discover the story of the Black Tower, one of the oldest buildings in Prague, located near Prague Castle's eastern gate.
Kutna Hora Day Trip from Prague[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
|Visit Kutna Hora, an old mining town founded in the 13th century and famous for its silver mines, on this guided coach trip from Prague.|
During the Middle Ages, profits from the Kutna Hora silver mines brought fame to the lands of the Czech Crown, and Kutna Hora became the richest and most powerful town.
Admire the Gothic St. Barbara's Cathedral with its valuable murals and the former royal mint which once produced so-called Prague groschen and gold ducats. To date Kutna Hora has retained the character of a medieval city and rightly belongs to the most important UNESCO heritage sites in the Czech Republic.
Full-Day Tour to Prague Castle and Vltava River Cruise with Lunch[Category: Walking & Biking Tours]
Combine history, art and architecture on this full-day tour of Prague. Visit Prague Castle, one of Europe?s largest medieval castles, and take a cruise on the Vltava River. Discover Prague?s top attractions, including the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Lesser Town, the National Theatre, Wenceslas Square and more! Enjoy a 3-course lunch at a luxury restaurant offering fantastic views of Prague. Then, enjoy a relaxing cruise on the Vltava River, accompanied by refreshments and informative commentary from your guide.
Your full-day tour of Prague begins with a coach ride around Prague?s new town and old town . Enjoy panoramic views of major attractions such as the National Theatre, one of Czech?s most important cultural institutions. See Powder Gate, a 15th-century Gothic-style tower, and pass Wenceslas Square.
Then, begin your guided walking tour of the impressive 9th-century Prague Castle, one of Europe?s largest medieval castles. Stop for lunch at a restaurant on a hilltop vineyard and indulge in an exceptional 3-course meal while admiring great views of the city from the terrace.
After lunch, continue to another wonderland of Prague: the beautiful Valdstejn Garden, an Italian-style, terraced baroque garden. Explore the city?s Lesser Town, one of Prague UNESCO World Heritage Sites. See Kampa Island with its picturesque houses and admire the Lennon Wall, filled with John Lennon-inspired graffiti.
Then, enjoy a boat cruise along the Vltava River! Pass the historic Charles Bridge, learn about the incredible history and culture of Prague and enjoy complimentary refreshments.
After your river cruise, walk by Jan Palach Square , a commemoration of soldiers killed during Prague?s liberation in 1945. Stroll down Parizska Avenue, a famous shopping area full of luxury designer retailers, and visit Prague?s Jewish Town, where your guide will share knowledge of the area.
Continue walking to the Old Town Square to see the Old Town Hall and the world-famous astronomical clock dating back to the 15th century. End your day trip in front of the Estates Theatre, which hosted the premiere of Mozart?s Don Giovanni opera!
As this tour involves a good amount of walking, comfortable shoes are recommended.
Prague Airport Private Arrival Transfer[Category: Transfers & Ground Transport]
|Travel from Prague Airport to your Prague City Hotel. Transfer services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This is a private transfer service so the price is the same for groups of 1 - 3 who will be transferred in a private car and the same price will apply for groups of 4 - 7 people who will be transferred in a private minibus.|
When making a booking, you will need to advise your flight details and your Prague Hotel details. Your transfer will be confirmed instantaneously and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver.
It's that easy!
Vienna Sightseeing Day Trip from Prague[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
While in Prague, don't miss this special opportunity to visit Vienna on this full-day guided trip. Discover the capital of Austria, whose historic center, rich in medieval and Baroque architecture, was once the imperial and cultural center of Europe and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In your comfortable coach with your professional guide, travel through the picturesque landscapes of Bohemia and Moravia to Vienna. See the city's best highlights, including the famous Ringstrasse, Sch?nbrunn Castle, Hofburg, St Stephen's Cathedral and more!
Your day trip to Vienna begins as you depart Prague and take a comfortable coach ride south through the stunning landscapes of Bohemia and Moravia. After three to four hours of driving along Danube, Europe's longest river, arrive in Vienna, the home of Sigmund Freud.
Vienna, the seat of the Habsburg Empire during the 18th century, is a beautiful medieval and Baroque city and its historic center is UNESCO World Heritage listed.
With your guide, travel across the famous Ringstrasse, a magnificent boulevard that Emperor Franz Joseph built in the 1880s on the site of demolished city walls. Along the way, see Vienna?s majestic buildings, palaces and museums, including Schwarzenberg Square, the State Opera, Neue Burg (a part of the Hofburg), the building of Parliament and the History Museum. Pass beautiful public gardens and parks, enjoy panoramic views of the city, and listen as your guide tells you about the historical importance of each site.
Next, head to Vienna?s southern border, where you can view Sch?nbrunn (the former summer residence of the imperial family) and its beautiful reservoir. After exploring the gardens and chateau on your own, you will return by bus to the center of the city for a tour of the Hofburg, the former imperial residence of Vienna. Then, take a guided tour of St Stephen?s Cathedral.
After your guided tour, enjoy free time for lunch or shopping before enjoying a relaxing journey back to Prague.
Prague Folklore Party Dinner and Entertainment[Category: Shows, Concerts & Sports]
|Enjoy a night out on the town Czech-style at a Prague folklore party. You'll enjoy a three-course dinner, unlimited beer and wine, and live music and dancing. It's the perfect way to spend an evening in Prague.|
Your coach will transport you to a typical Czech restaurant, where you will be served a delicious three-course dinner, an aperitif, glass of champagne, coffee and unlimited beer, wine or non-alcoholic beverages.
During dinner you will be entertained by a folklore program with live music and dancing. Active participation is welcomed or you can just sit back and enjoy the music.
After three hours of evening entertainment and feasting, a guide will take you back to centrally located Republic Square.
Prague Airport Private Departure Transfer[Category: Transfers & Ground Transport]
|Travel from your Prague City Hotel to Prague Airport. Transfer services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This is a private transfer service so the price is the same for groups of 1 - 3 who will be transferred in a private car and the same price will apply for groups of 4 to 7 people who will be transferred in a private minibus.|
When making a booking, you will need to advise your flight details and your Prague Hotel details. Your transfer will be confirmed instantaneously and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver.
It's that easy!
Glass and Brewery Day Trip from Prague[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
|Bohemian glassware and pilsner beer - it's what the Czech Republic is famous for! This day trip from Prague has something for everyone, visiting the Nizbor Bohemia glass factory and the Pilsner Urquell Brewery. The tour offers a fabulous opportunity to learn about the Czech people and their culture.|
Beer has been brewed in the town of Pilsen since it was founded in 1295. However, the pilsner known around the world today is connected with the name of Pilsner Urquell, brewed in the Prazdroj brewery dating back to 1842. Brewers the world over have tried in vain to imitate the unique taste of Pilsner Urquell!
Your factory visit will show you how pilsner was brewed and drunk in the past, and how it is brewed and drunk today. You'll visit the museum's collection documenting the brewery's 150-year history, and have lunch in the brewery's restaurant Na Spilce (included in the tour price).
The Czech Republic's most famous glass factory is situated in the small town of Nizbor on the River Berounka (a tributary of the Vltava River), around an hour's drive from Prague. The factory tour reveals the complete history of glass production in Bohemia. You will also have the opportunity to buy glass products at the glass factory, at discounted prices.
Prague Segway Tour[Category: Tours & Sightseeing]
|Riding a Segway offers you the extraordinary experience of walking through Prague without walking - but gliding on board a Segway Human Transporter! On this original segway tour, discover the highlights of Prague as Charles Bridge, the old town Square, Prague castle and many others.|
Enjoy this fascinating journey through the streets of Prague, a city filled with beautiful sites and photo opportunities. You'll be sure to enjoy your ride on board one of the most fascinating machines in the world.
The Segway is the first of it's kind, a self balancing personal transportation device that's specially designed to operate on any pavement. Prague highlights included on the Segway route are:
- Prague Castle
- Small Town Square
- Charles Bridge
- Old Town Square
Karlovy Vary Day Trip from Prague[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
|Take a day trip through the picturesque West Bohemian countryside to the world-famous spa town of Karlovy Vary. Better known by its German name, Karlsbad (or Carlsbad), this spa town is situated in a beautiful forested valley known for its 12 thermal springs.|
Karlovy Vary is the most famous Bohemian spa, and was named for the Holy Roman Emperor Charles (Karl) IV. The emperor allegedly found the springs in 1358 during a hunting expedition. In the 19th century, many famous people came here from all over Europe for treatment, including Goethe, Schiller, Beethoven, Chopin and Karl Marx.
Upon your arrival in Karlovy Vary, you will visit a glass exhibition at the Moser factory. Then, as you stroll through the town along the spa colonnades, you will have a chance to sip the water from the mineral springs, taste delicious local wafers and the traditional herbal Becherovka liqueur.
Prague Vltava River Afternoon Tea Cruise[Category: Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours]
|Acquaint yourself with Prague on this relaxing afternoon cruise along the River Vltava. Sample cake and sip a coffee or tea as you take in the beauty of many exquisite historic monuments. It's the perfect introduction to Prague!|
Join a coach transfer to the River Vltava where you'll board an air-conditioned boat. The hour long cruise will meander along the Vltava with music while afternoon tea is served. The cruise offers fantastic views of the Vltava river, lined with important sites including the Rudolfinum, Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, the National Theatre and more.
At the end of the cruise your guide will take you along Parizska Street through the former Jewish Quarter to the Old Town Square where your tour concludes.
Prague City Hop-On Hop-Off Tour[Category: Tours & Sightseeing]
Experience Prague's exceptional architecture and famous landmarks on a hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour, complete with informative audio commentary. With the choice of eight different stops, you can experience the city?s rich cultural and artistic heritage. Stop at the city?s major attractions, including Old Town Square, the Vltava River and Prague Castle, and enjoy the panoramic views of Prague from the top deck of the bus.
This hop-on hop-off bus tour will give you a fantastic overview of Prague and its beautiful historic sites. Visit the city?s most important attractions, including the magical St Agnes Monastery, the Jewish Quarter and Lesser Town. Marvel at Prague Castle, perhaps the most significant Czech monument and one of the most important cultural institutions in the Czech Republic.
Customize your own sightseeing schedule and hop on and off the open-top, double-decker buses as many times as you like. The eight stops give you the chance to see all of Prague's top attractions. You can start your tour at the Old Town Square and hop off at Paris Street, the symbol of luxury and fashion, which runs through the city center. Discover the Prague Metronome, a giant metronome overlooking the city of Prague and the Vltava River. Enjoy a journey of the city on this hop-on hop-off bus tour and make the most of your stay in Prague.
The full bus route takes approximately 90 minutes. The tour departs every 45 minutes from each stop, and tickets are valid for 48 hours after first use. For a complete list of stops, see the Itinerary section below.
Dresden Day Trip from Prague[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
Dresden, once known as ?Florence on the Elbe?, captures all the magic of medieval Europe and the history of modern Germany. This day trip from Prague will acquaint you with a city that has risen from the ashes of World War II like a mythical phoenix. Thanks to the continuous efforts of the city?s inhabitants, Dresden has been resorted to its original beauty. Visit the world-renowned Zwinger Gallery and discover masterpieces by such famous artists as Raphael Lucas Cranach, and have free time to explore on your own.
Departing Prague by luxury coach, head toward the Czech Republic's northern border with Germany and enjoy a scenic three-hour drive. You?ll reach Dresden in the late morning.
Upon arrival, visit the world-renowned Zwinger Gallery with its art collections by famous masters. See the Sistine Madonna by Raphael, and view more paintings by Titian, Lucas Cranach, Canaletto and other Flemish artists.
Next, pass though the Dresden Castle complex, which has been completely renovated, and visit the rebuilt Church of the Virgin Mary (Frauenkirche). This wonderful church is a dominant feature of the city and an icon of the city?s reconstruction after WWII.
After your guided tour, enjoy free time for lunch (own expense), shopping and more sightseeing. Don't miss the Blue Wonder, a steel bridge over the Elbe that is an impressive 482 feet (147 meters) of engineering. You can also see the Semper Opera House, a magnificent Roman building dating back to 1648; Richard Wagner presented many premieres of his work here.
You will return to Prague by coach in the late evening
Czech Spas of Karlovy Vary and Marianske Lazne from Prague[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
|This full day guided coach tour from Prague combines a visit to the world-renowned Czech spas, Karlovy Vary and Marianske Lazne. Discover the rich history of Karlovy Vary and its twelve springs before stopping for lunch. In the afternoon discover Marianske Lazne, which was developed at the beginning of the 19th century in a valley where many mineral-rich healing streams spring from the ground.|
Your first stop will be the largest and best known Czech spa - Karlovy Vary. The founding of the town has been linked with the name of the Emperor Charles IV since 1358 when he had a hunting lodge built here. The spa has a 600 year tradition and is visited for health and relaxation. In years gone by, the spa was visited by rulers and many famous artists including Goethe, Chateaubriand, Chopin, Beethoven, Brahms and Dvorak.
During your walk along the Tepla (warm) River and majestic Neo-Renaissance colonnades, you will have the opportunity to taste different mineral waters and purchase souvenirs. Stop for lunch (included), before exploring the Becherovka museum.
Karlovy Vary is also famous for local china and glass manufacturing. Products are on display at a special exhibition and are sold at specialized shops. You'll visit the Moser glass shop as well as Thun porcelain shop.
Next, discover the famous Marianske Lazne with its curative springs and unique historical architecture. Sample the spa waters from the famous Cross Spring and visit ancient colonnades during your visit.
Konopiste Castle Half-Day Trip from Prague[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
Visit the fairy tale-like Konopiste Castle on a must-do guided half-day trip from Prague. Inspired by French-style ch?teaux, this medieval fortress is one of Bohemia's most beautiful castles.Travel by luxury coach for about 40 minutes before taking a fascinating guided tour around the 13th-century castle. With your guide, learn about Konopiste?s history and discover the impressive collection of historical furniture, sculptures, paintings and tapestries exhibited there.
From the comfort of your air-conditioned coach, leave Prague and travel approximately 25 miles (50 km) south to the 900-year-old town of Benesov for a half-day trip to Konopiste Castle.
Konopiste Castle?s Gothic fortification was transformed into a Baroque-style castle in the 17th century. The castle has been the residence of several historic princes and archdukes such as the successor of the Austrian throne, Franz Ferdinand d?Este, whose assassination in Sarajevo in 1914 served as a pretext to the start of World War I.
Tour the castle with your guide and admire the interior design and impressive collection of sculptures, paintings, tapestries and furniture. This famous castle is also known for being the castle featured in the movie The Illusionist. Explore the castle?s large outdoor park, whose garden area contributes to the estate?s enchanting atmosphere. Take a stroll through the rose garden and enjoy the relaxing and romantic atmosphere. After your half-day trip, your coach will return you to central Prague around 5pm.
Overnight Cesky Krumlov Trip from Prague[Category: Multi-day & Extended Tours]
Get to know the postcard-perfect Czech town of Cesky Krumlov on an overnight trip from Prague. Your trip includes guided walking tours around Cesky Krumlov?s castle and its UNESCO World Heritage-listed Old Town, as well as a visit to the city of Ceske Budejovice. Many of Cesky Krumlov?s day-trippers are gone by the evening, so you?ll have time at leisure to savor this captivating town at its peaceful best.
The route from Prague to Cesky Krumlov passes through the Czech Republic?s pretty South Bohemian countryside, via the city of Ceske Budejovice. Commonly known as Budweis, the city takes its unofficial name from the Budvar brewery that brews the popular European Budvar beers.
With your friendly local guide, you?ll see Ceske Budejovice?s Black Tower (?ern? v??), which dominates the view from the town?s historic square. The town?s other buildings are sights to behold, as well; you?ll see an intriguing mix of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture before continuing your journey south.
Arriving into Cesky Krumlov around midday, you?ll be greeted by the sight of charming red-roofed buildings that cluster around the magnificent State Castle of Cesky Krumlov. This huge, beautifully restored castle complex dwarfs the small Krumlov town and comprises an impressive 40 buildings, numerous gardens, courtyards and a moat. Legend has it that the castle was built by Cesky Krumlov?s royals to emulate Prague Castle, with the intention of enhancing their status in the Czech Royal Court.
You?ll take a walking tour around the castle with your guide before moving on to explore Cesky Krumlov?s UNESCO World Heritage-listed Old Town. Take a guided walking tour before breaking for a well-deserved, hearty Czech lunch.
Your Cesky Krumlov tour ends at your overnight accommodation -- the four-star Gold hotel, conveniently located close to the River Vltava and the town center. The remainder of your trip is spent at leisure, so you might decide to see further Cesky Krumlov attractions in the late afternoon and evening. Many visitors to the town are day-trippers, so you?ll have the advantage of enjoying this pretty Czech town in peace before you return to Prague the next morning.
Prague Bike Tour[Category: Walking & Biking Tours]
|Experience Prague's exceptional architecture and famous land marks by the seat of your bike on this guided bike tour. You'll ride through quaint side streets before enjoying a 30 minute break at a river side pub on the Vltava's water ways. What better way to rest, relax and sample some world famous Czech beer!|
This bike tour moves at a very comfortable pace, even for those who haven't ridden a bike in a while or are beginners. Your friendly and humorous guide will ensure a good time for all, while taking in the city sites.
Prague Ghost Walking Tour[Category: Cultural & Theme Tours]
|Experience Prague?s spooky side on a nighttime ghost walking tour. Hear the spine-chilling stories that the city hides in its streets and solitary alleys. Walk through the city after dark, passing top Prague attractions like the Astronomical Clock, Charles Bridge, St Nicholas Church and the Jewish Quarter.|
As twilight descends upon Prague, meet your ghostly guide in a convenient central location and embark on your three-hour ghost walking tour through the city?s dark and mystical streets.
Your exact itinerary will be revealed on the night of your tour; famous Prague sights you may see include the Old Town, the graveyards in the Jewish Quarter and the Charles Bridge, an ancient river crossing that has seen bloodshed and haunting through the ages.
As you walk, learn about the ghost of a young Turkish soldier who wanders around the Prague district of Ungelt at night, and hear about the legend of the Infant Jesus of Prague. Your guide will let you in on creepy stories like the mystery of a headless Czech girl named Laura and the dark secrets that haunt the church of St Jacob.
By the time you are suitably spooked by the paranormal tales, your tour will end in the Old Town Square, leaving you to continue your dark (and maybe sleepless!) night.
Prague by Night[Category: Tours & Sightseeing]
|The highlight of this two-hour tour of Prague by night is the performance by Krizik's Fountain. The spectacular combination of water jets, music and colored laser lights is simply amazing!|
A massive system of waterworks spouts delicate streams of colorfully lit water in a spectacular light show, choreographed to a soundtrack of classical and popular music.
Children and adults alike love the fantastic performance of water and light, accompanied by the music of Smetana, Dvorak, Mercury, Vangelis and Lloyd Webber.
Please note: from November to March the Krizik's Fountain is closed, so this will be an evening tour of Prague only. Admission to the Krizik's Fountain is included in the tour price.
Jewish Prague Walking Tour[Category: Walking & Biking Tours]
|Experience Prague's Jewish history on a fascinating walking tour through one of the only Central European Jewish town quarters that survived the Holocaust. Known as Josefov, this Jewish quarter contains the remains of the former Jewish ghetto where important community and spiritual legends have been created and developed for centuries.|
With more than 1,000 years of history, the Prague Jewish community is filled with many sites that still testify to its rich cultural and legendary past, and make it one of the major European centers of Jewish life. Follow your expert guide on a fully narrated walking tour of the city. Walk through the Old Jewish Cemetery, one of the most iconic sites in Prague where 12,000 tombstones remain. Established in the 15th century, this cemetery is home to the tombstones of famous figures including poet and scholar Avigdor Karo.
You'll also visit some of the six surviving synagogues and Kafka's house before walking through Maiselova Street, one of the two main streets of the walled Jewish quarter. Continue to the Old Town Square, one of Prague?s two main squares, and see an exhibition of Kafka. Your Jewish Prague walking tour includes admission to the Jewish Museum, which preserves a large collection of objects belonging to the Jewish community.
Karlstejn Castle Bike Trip from Prague[Category: Walking & Biking Tours]
|Cycle from Prague to Karlstejn Castle on a guided bike tour! With your local guide, you'll enjoy a leisurely cycle along the banks of the River Vlatva, passing through beautiful Czech countryside on the 18-mile (30 km) ride. Have lunch in the village of Karlstejn (own expense), and then enjoy a guided tour of Karlstejn Castle, one of the most famous castles in the Czech Republic. Return to Prague by train, giving you a chance to rest your legs!|
Start your bike tour in Prague, and leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind as you head southwest toward the town of Karlstejn, home to the Gothic castle of the same name. Suitable for cyclist of all abilities, the pleasant 18-mile (30 km) cycle will last approx. 4.5 hours and will take you through the flat, yet scenic countryside of the Cesky Kras area, along the Vltava and Berounka rivers.
On arrival in the village of Karlstejn, hop off your bike and re-fuel with a hearty Czech lunch (own expense) before venturing on to the famous Czech castle. Karlstejn Castle has a history of more than 650 years and houses an impressive collection of treasures from the Roman Empire, as well as a gallery featuring portraits of famous Czech rulers. During your one-hour guided tour, learn about King Charles IV's life in the castle and admire the majestic Gothic architecture.
You will return to Prague by train, where your tour will end in the early evening.
Karlstejn Castle Half-Day Trip from Prague[Category: Day Trips & Excursions]
Discover the impressive Karlstejn Castle on a guided half-day coach tour from Prague. Built in the 14th century by Charles IV, the Roman Emperor and King of Bohemia, the Gothic-style castle housed treasures of the Holy Roman Empire, including the Czech coronation jewels. On your guided tour, you?ll explore the towers that make up the castle.
On this half-day trip from Prague, you'll enjoy a guided tour of the Gothic- and Renaissance-style Karlstejn Castle, built in 1348. As you explore, notice the attention to detail imposed by Charles IV, who was devoted to the rich interior decoration of his castle.
During the castle tour, you will move through the wildly impressive, step-like formation of the individual towers and buildings that make up the castle as a whole. At the lowest point lies the Well tower and Burgrave's palace; from there you?ll walk up toward the majestic Imperial palace, made up of five floors. Then continue even further toward the Marian tower. Finally, you will discover the monumental 197-foot (60-meter) Great tower, located at the highest point of the castle.
The castle?s interior is still decorated with a unique array of wall paintings that date back to the 14th century. In the Chapel of the Holy Cross you?ll find a collection of 129 Master Theodoric panel paintings, the largest collection of its kind in the world. Another large gallery contains portraits of Czech rulers and a replica of the Crown of St Wenceslas, the coronation crown of the Holy Roman Emperor.
In winter, if the Karlstejn Castle is closed, an alternative visit to the ?esk? ?ternberk Castle will be arranged. ?esk? ?ternberk is an imposing castle and is considered one of the best-preserved Gothic-style Bohemian castles of the mid-13th century. The castle stands at the top of a steep granite cliff on the western bank of the S?zava River in the market town of ?esk? ?ternberk. This castle features rich stucco decorations and a unique collection of weapons.
Czech Beer Tasting in Prague[Category: Food, Wine & Nightlife]
Sample the best Czech beers on this three-hour tasting session in Prague. Your friendly local guide will explain the most important aspects of professional beer tasting and tell you all about the beer- brewing traditions in the Czech Republic. Your relaxing evening offers an insightful introduction into the world of beer brewing in Prague, and you?ll leave the tour an expert on pilsners, porters and everything in between!
Enjoy a unique Czech experience during a beer-tasting session at a lively bar in the city center! Sample a variety of light and dark beers, including pilsners to porters. Explore the aromas and flavors of seven different types of beer from the Czech Republic -- a country with one of the highest beer consumption rates in the world!
During your beer-tasting journey, you will learn everything about the history and traditions of beer in Prague and the Czech Republic. Your professional guide, the ?Beer Master',will reveal the secrets of the beer- making process and help you sharpen your tasting skills.
After your Czech beer-tasting session, feel free to stay at the bar with a glass of your favorite Czech beer and enjoy Prague's vibrant nightlife
Shared Arrival Transfer: Prague Airport to Hotels[Category: Transfers & Ground Transport]
Travel with ease from Prague?s Ruzyne Airport to your chosen Prague hotel by booking this shared arrival transfer. Don't spend extra time waiting for a taxi or other transportation! This transfer service departs hourly from the Prague airport and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Numbers are limited to a maximum of seven people per vehicle, ensuring you?ll have a comfortable ride.
When making a booking, you will need to advise your flight arrival details and your Prague hotel details. Your transfer will be confirmed within 24 hours of booking, and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver. It's that easy!
Historic Prague Walking Tour including King's Route and Charles Bridge[Category: Walking & Biking Tours]
Marvel at the historic center of Prague on this three hour guided walking tour through the beautifully cobbled streets and past the diffusion of architecture. You'll observe the rich cultural life of a region that is home to the culturally influential German novelist Franz Kafka and the last president of czechslovakia, Vaclav Havel.
Discover Pragues Powder Tower built in 1475 to be used by bohemian monarchs during coronations. Located at the edge of old town, the Powder Tower was used to store gunpowder in the 17th century which very much defines its name. As you walk along the Royal Route which was originally used for coronation processions by Bohemian kings, the historical path engraved with a silvery plate holding the inscription 'silver line' can be traced through the old center of Prague.
As you walk through the Old Town Square located between Wenceslas square and Charles Bridge, the city features various architectual styles including gothic which inspired the Tyn Cathedral, which has been part of the city since the 14th century and the baroque inspired St. Nicholas church (completed in 1735). This gothic style architecture can also be seen in the astronomical clock on the Old Town Hall.
Uncover Pariska street (Art Nouveau style) which is lined with an array of luxury shops and restaurants. Later you will walk through the former Jewish Quarter located between the Old Town Square and the Vltava river, and birthplace of the literary legend Franz Kafka, to the Rudolfinum. Then enjoy a magical view of the Charles Bridge with its baroque style statues, as well as witnessing the biggest castle in the world, Prague castle. Returning to Lesser Town, an area shrouded with narrow cobbled streets and picturesque cottages and shops.
Prague Vltava River Lunch Cruise[Category: Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours]
For the perfect introduction to Prague, take a relaxing lunch cruise on the Vltava River taking in some of Prague's most breathtaking sites. Your two-hour cruise features a buffet lunch, accompanied by pleasant music.
After being transferred from your coach to the River Vltava to board an air-conditioned boat for your lunchtime cruise you will have the chance to discover some of Pragues most majestic sites. As you cruise along the Vltava river you will discover many of Prague's important buildings and historic monuments such as the St. Agnes Monastery, the oldest gothic building built between 1231-34. As well as the Rudolfinium, one of the most significant Neo-renaissance structures in Prague along with the National theatre. Today the magnificent Rudolfinium is home to the Czech Philoharmonic orchestra which was founded in 1896. As you pass along the longest river in the Czech Republic which lies beneath an impressive 20 bridges including the baroque inspired Charles bridge, you will see the biggest castle in the world, Prague Castle. You will aso experience the wonderful site of Vysehrad, a castle located on a hill over the Vltava river built around the 10th century and much, much more!
During your buffet lunch you will also be surrounded by pleasant music to ensure your cruise is thoroughly enjoyed.
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