Stroll through the fairytale streets of Cesky Krumlov on a private tour to one of Bohemia’s most charming towns. A personal driver and guide takes you directly from your Prague accommodation to this World Heritage Site, where you’ll have time to explore the well-preserved Gothic castle and Baroque architecture of the walkable old town. Along the way, make a pit stop to sample celebrated Czech pale lager that’s been brewed for centuries at the original Budweiser Budvar brewery.
Travel through the Czech countryside to the town of Český Krumlov on your way to Salzburg on this private sightseeing tour. In Český Krumlov (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), take a guided tour of the town, plus enjoy time to explore on your own. Lunch is not included, but there will be time to dine. From there, head to Salzburg where you’ll be dropped off at your hotel in the evening.
Make the most of your transfer to Vienna from Prague with a visit to Cesky Krumlov. Your day begins with morning pickup from your Prague hotel at the time of your choosing. In Cesky Krumlov, you’ll enjoy a two-hour guided tour, followed by two hours of free time to explore on your own. Afterwards, relax for the rest of the journey and arrive in Vienna in time for dinner.
Tour Prague's Old Town and Mala Strana districts with ease and enjoyment on this half-day, small-group sightseeing tour on a Segway or E-scooter. See Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, the Church of St. Nicolas and many other famed sites, all from a self-balancing Segway.
See more of Prague on a Segway tour led by a knowledgeable guide. After receiving instruction on operating the Segway, set off with your guide, riding along Parizska (Paris) street and through the historic Jewish Quarter to see the Old–New Synagogue (Altneuschul). Pass by St Nicholas Church en route to Prague Castle, then take in the National Theatre, National Museum, St Vitus Cathedral, Wenceslas Square, Old Town Square and the impressive Astronomical Clock. Your guide provides informative commentary for an excellent overview of Prague.
Prague’s landmarks are dispersed over several districts, making sightseeing relatively hard on the feet. With this private tour, explore easily on an eco-friendly Hugo 2-wheeler, with a guide to ensure you don’t miss anything or get lost. Zip around Old Town Square, the Lesser Town, and more; and gain an overview of the city while enjoying riding an electric 2-wheeler. A choice of time slots gives you useful flexibility.
Orient yourself to the main landmarks of Prague on a private 3-hour electric scooter tour. After a short training session, you’re ready to effortlessly traverse the city’s hilly terrain. Visit Old Town Hall, Prague Castle, the John Lennon Wall, and much more without breaking a sweat. Along the way, listen to engaging commentary and thrilling stories about the city’s past and present.
Take a thrill-a-minute, private Segway tour of Prague. Ride through the historic parts of town and maze of streets, learning about the history of Prague and each place you roll past. Ride through Mala Strana and Old Town and right by the gothic Charles Bridge and the breathtaking landscape of Canyon Divoka Sarka nature reserve park.
Explore the charming Czech town of Český Krumlov on a private full-day sightseeing tour from Prague. Enjoy a smooth journey in a private vehicle with your travel companions (a maximum of 15 people) Upon arrival, embark on a 1,5 - 2 -hour guided walking tour followed by free time up to your wisch to explore the town's castle, museums, and restaurants on your own.
If you’re heading from Prague to Hallstatt, make a day trip of it when you hire a private driver. Save the time and hassle of boarding a crowded bus or train. Relax on a comfortable drive through the Czech countryside, and spend a day in the picturesque town of Cesky Krumlov. Enjoy 4 hours to explore the town at your own pace before continuing to the lakeside village of Hallstatt.
My knowledge of Prague and the Czech Republic makes it a special tour. I am flexible in what the clients would like to see, asking them what they prefer. Christians prefer churches, Jewish people prefer the Jewish sites, photographers want the best places to take pictures, etc. Most people prefer a bit of everything so we cover the highlights.
Enjoy 10 days private sightseeing tour from Prague to Budapest.Day 1 departure from Prague to Cesky Krumlov with optional stops st the Hluboká castle and Regional capitol Česke Budejovice. Day 2 free time in Cesky KrumlovDay 3 departure from Cesky Krumlov to Salzburg with optional stops at the Rosenberg castle and LinzDay 4 free time in SalzburgDay 5 departure from Salzburg to Hallstatt with optional stop at Sankt WolfgangDay 6 free time in HallstattDay 7 departure time from Hallststt to Vienna with optional stops at the Melk Abbey and DurnsteinDay 8 free time in ViennaDay 9 departure from Vienna to Bratislava and free time thereDay 10 departure from Bratislava to Budapest with optional stop in Györ
Enjoy private sightseeing tour from Prague to Vilshofen via one from most visited towns in the Czech Republic to Cesky Krumlov ( Unesco protected ) You will either have 2 hours of a guided walking city tour with a local certified guide + 2 hours of free time for yourselves in Cesky Krumlov or Whole 4 hours free time on your own.
The price is in total (so not per person) from 2 up to 8 people! Private Guide - do not enter with others unrelated to your group. By splitting the day into two 3-hour tours each (a two-hour free lunch break in the middle), we will visit the entire city of Prague, where you will learn about its ancient history, its anecdotes, its art and the political importance in the world ancient. You will visit the interiors of the most important churches and the exterior of the Jewish quarter, passing by modern and art nouveau galleries, Renaissance and Gothic courts. You will remember with memory the tragic moments of Nazism in Czechoslovakia and of the past communist Soviet regime. In the afternoon, with € 1 more per person (for the Tram ticket), you will go up the hill of the city, where you will enter the Prague Castle. Inside we will visit the first part of the Cathedral and its first courtyards. Afterwards we will descend towards Via Nerudova towards the Mrana Strana and Kampa neighborhoods.
From Prague to Ceský Krumlov via the town of Hluboká with a fairytale castle (optional castle visit) then pass through the old town centre of České Budějovice - the regional capital (optional visit of the Budweiser brewery). Last stop could be Holašovice, a UNESCO protected village,and then to your destination - Ceský Krumlov. Free time at all stops. Complimentary 5 hours driver s waiting time is included
Enjoy private sightseeing tour from Prague to Zell am See via one from most visited towns in the Czech Republic to Cesky Krumlov ( Unesco protected ) You will either have 1,5 -2 hours of a guided walking city tour with a local certified guide + 2 - 2,5 hours of free time for yourselves in Cesky Krumlov.
We have experiences in driving people around Europe more than 10 years we speak many languages and our service is more than just driving. We take care of you or your closest so that you don't have to worry. You can contact us anytime in any situations and we will be there for you. Whether you need only transport or you want trip with guide and history lessons we can provide that.
Enjoy 5 days private sightseeing tour from Prague to Budapest.Day 1 departure from Prague to Cesky Krumlov with optional stops st the Hluboká castle and Regional capitol Česke Budejovice. Day 2 free time in Cesky KrumlovDay 3 departure from Cesky Krumlov to Vienna with optional stops at the Melk Abbey and DurnsteinDay 4 free time in ViennaDay 5 departure from Vienna to Budapest with optional stop at the designer shopping outlet Parndorf
7 reasons to choose our course:As part of each curriculum, you will not learn the foreign language, but its cultural and historical aspects.The program is designed in such a way that in the future you can easily enter the chosen Czech university.In addition to theoretical classes, there is a practice through which you want to be able to communicate freely in Czech, English or German.The course does not cover the educational part, but also attendance at important cultural events. You can get to know this beautiful country in person.So when you come here to study, you will not face a complex process of adaptation. You'll feel at home.And you will be waiting for various sporting events (including paintball and football), a visit to the legendary Prague zoo and various concerts.At the end of your studies, you will receive a certificate, which is relevant when you enter a higher education institution.