Ditch the tourist traps and get an insider’s introduction to scenic Cesky Krumlov on this full-day guided tour from Prague. Day tours are fully customizable and can include a river rafting trip or hard-to-get lunch reservations at Krumlov Mill, a 14th-century former liege mill. Travel comfortably in your own climate-controlled private vehicle, with stops at both Prague and Cesky Krumlov castles.
Explore Bohemian Switzerland National Park on this all-day guided tour from Prague. Take a boat ride at Edmunds Gorge, then enjoy a classic Czech meal at a local restaurant (at your own expense). Following that, hike to Pravcicka Gate, the largest sandstone arch in Europe. The tour is considered moderately difficult in terms of hiking.
Česky Krumlov Full day Trip from Prague Including transfer, Expert live guide service, and entrance to the Krumlov Castle. Český Krumlov, a medieval town in South Bohemia, retains its fairytale-like atmosphere to these days and is well-deserving of its inclusion on UNESCO's list of cultural heritage sites. Our guide will lead you through the narrow, winding streets of the historical center, filled with Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque buildings from the times of the Rožmberk, Eggenberg and Schwarzenberg noble families. Next, you will have free time to explore city on your own. Finally, you will visit the local castle, the second largest castle in the Czech Republic, filled with ancient furniture, artwork, tapestries and exquisitely adorned weapons.
Without hiring a car, traveling from Cesky Krumlov to Vienna involves a shared bus or lengthy train ride—and missing some of central Europe’s must-sees along the way This private transfer offers the best of both worlds: travel to Vienna by private air-conditioned minivan with stops at Rozmberk, Durnstein, and Melk on route. Plus, flexible departures and Cesky hotel pickup and Vienna hotel drop-off are included for a seamless journey.
Explore the beautiful Saxon Switzerland National Park on this 8-hour day trip from Dresden. Delve into the Saxon Switzerland National Park with a guide and take in top attractions such as Bastei Bridge and Pravčická Gate — Europe’s largest natural sandstone gate. Admire panoramic views over the mighty Elbe River, cross from the Saxon side of the park into the Czech side and gain insight into the region’s fascinating geology. After lunch, head into Kamenice Gorge for a dingy ride through the sandstone canyon and explore the pretty town of Hrensko.
Get out of the city and go for a hike in a national park on this tour. Travel from Prague by train to Decin and then transfer to Bohemian Switzerland National Park. Accompanied by a guide, hike through the park’s paths. When you reach Edmund´s Gorge, take a scenic sightseeing cruise before continuing your hike. Return to Prague on the train.
Discover the highlights of stunning Bohemia on this nature-filled, small-group day trip from Prague. Escape the bustle of the city and relax in Kuks, one of the world’s oldest spa resorts, in picturesque Elbe Valley, and dine on a traditional lunch in a real-life Bohemian chateau. Comfortable, minivan tours also include a stop at the mysterious rock town of Ardspach, backdrop for the Chronicles of Narnia film.
This tour is very emotionally strong as it visits two sad places with a sad history. Terezin ghetto and former village of Lidice.We leave Prague at 8:00 and we will enter the Terezin area at 9:30. Part of this tour is visit of Little Fortress - a prison for mostly Czech political prisoners in the Second World War. Then the Terezin ghetto museum showing a history of Czech Jews during the War and especially in this ghetto. We should spend 2 hours in Terezin.From Terezin we will drive approximately 45 minutes to Lidice.Once a village of 500 inhabitants. After the assasination of Heydrich in 1942, Germans took revenge on this village. They destroyed all houses, murdered all men, 60 women a 88 children. A children memorial in the area is one of the most touching place on earth. Village was never rebuilt and it is open air museum now.
Enjoy a trip into the fairytale landscape of Bohemian Switzerland, situated only about 1 hour and 45 minutes outside of Prague. A mystical landscape of pine forests and deep valleys, with majestic rock towers, gates, walls, ravines, rock cities and labyrinths rising up from them. This description fits the Bohemian Switzerland National Park precisely. This empire of rocks is home to the rarest of animals and also plays host to remarkable plants. Please note: This trip requires a lot of walking, comfortable shoes are a must.
Karlovy Vary is the best-known spa town in the Czech Republic. Its history begins in the 14th century, at the time of the reign of Charles IV. The healing powers of the local springs have been tested by such greats as by the Russian Tsar Peter the Great and German poet Goethe. Karlovy Vary also became famous thanks to the local manufacturing of world-renowned Moser crystal, Carlsbad porcelain or the herb liqueur Becherovka. Tour the town center and visit the Moser factory, where world-famous Czech crystal is made. After arriving to Karlovy Vary, your group will visit the Moser factory and then will be taken on a tour of the town centre by our guide to see the marvel at the most famous geyser, Vřídlo Sprudel, gushing its mineral waters to a height of nearly 12 meters!After this you’ll be free to explore the town on your own.
Travel from Cesky Krumlov to the original Budweiser brewery in Prague on this private tour. Learn how this “American” beer began during a guided tour of the brewery. Learn about the beer-making process, from bottling to packaging to the recycling of the used bottles. The tour ends with a beer tasting.
Discover the Winter beauty of the renaissance town Cesky Krumlov with your personal driving guide. After Prague the most charming and visited attraction of the Czech Republic. The little streets are very charming with the snow cover and no crowds around. You can walk up the Castle hill to appreciate great views, walk on the snowy river bank and stroll through the little streets with hand made products shops and warm restaurants. Your personal guide will give you good suggestions about shopping or eating, show you the options of local galleries or museums. Enjoy the beautiful architecture of this UNESCO protected town.+ Many EXTRAS FOR FREE: map of Prague especially designed for the independent sightseeing, picture-architecture chart, bookmark, surprise local treat - Every client gets something very local. We pay attention to the local details ... so we are recommended even by the travel guru: Rick Steves!
Most travelers skip South Bohemia, only visiting famous Cesky Krumlov. These excursions are ideal for travelers who want to explore the region beyond this one town. You’ll travel with an English-speaking driver, but will then have free time to do what you like at the destination. Get a thorough overview of the overlooked parts of South Bohemia, including castles, abbeys, and the Budweiser Brewery in Ceske Budejovice.
Private Tour to Karlovy Vary with a stop in Krusovice Brewery and unlimited tasting of Czech beer.The history of the Krušovice Brewery dates back to 1548.The tasting of our beers, a favourite of Rudolph II, takes place in the historic 17th-century malthouse.Karlovy Vary is the most famous spa town in the Czech Republic. King Charles IV discovered the thermal springs here in 1358, and since then many personalities, including Beethoven, Chopin, Bach, and Peter the Great, have enjoyed the healing springs. Stroll along the beautiful riverside promenade, admire the city’s architectural gems, taste the numerous mineral hot springs which are spread all around the historical centre, buy delicious spa waffles, and possibly visit thermal spas, pools or wellness centres. The city is also well known for the production of porcelain and glass (the Mosser factory) and Becherovka (a unique Czech herbal liqueur). The city can be easily seen on foot.
The Bohemian Paradise UNESCO Geopark, also known as Czech Paradise, is known for its spectacular pinnacles. Experience the extraordinary towers locals call Prachov Rocks (Prachovske Skaly) on this small-group hike, with snacks, bottled water, and trekking poles provided. Enjoy round-trip transfers from homes and hotels in Prague, with onboard Wi-Fi so you can share the images you’ve created.
Beat the hassle of arranging multiple bus or expensive taxi rides and travel comfortably in your own private, air-conditioned minivan during this one-way transfer from Cesky Krumlov to Passau. Settle back and relax as your English-speaking chauffeur whisks you across the Czech-German border. VIP private transfers include bottled mineral water and door-to-door hotel pickup and drop-off.
Karlovy Vary and Loket castle is natural combination as the castle is not very far from the city.Karlovy Vary is globally known spa town frequented by tourists for almost 200 years. You probably heard about its mineral springs you can taste for free in a city centre and about her famous colonnade. Karlovy Vary is also a center of film festival every summer.Loket castle stands strong since the 13th century and even though it was renovated many times, it still keeps its medieval form. You will have an opportunity to see both its exterior and interior and its famous exhibition of torture chambers.
This tour is about visiting two famous Czech castles in one day. Cesky Sternberk and Konopiste. Cesky Sternberk is old gothic castle from 13th century. Konopiste was built about the same time like Cesky Sternberk but it was later rebuilt as a hunting chateau with a large park.Our guide will take you to both these castles and tell you everything about their history but the tour inside these castles is done by castle guides. Therefore, our mission is to drive you safely to both places, take care of you, give you all information about both castles and make sure you feel comfortable and everything is ok.
This is a day for KIDS!This tour is for families who want to please the youngest members as well. Kids will love the day out of the city, a day for them, a day when their joy is the first. Adult will also enjoy this restful day, not running from castle to main square and to museum, but refreshing in the nature. We do not run, not following a schedule, but free to wonder and rest. Travel should not be more tiring than everyday life!
Visit "The tragic war memento Terezin" with your personal driving guide. The 18th century military stronghold used by the Nazis as a jail and a concentration war camp for the Jews from all Europe. Visit the former town of the Jewish ghetto with the Museum and the Small Fortress that served as a prison for the Prague Gestapo. The Memorial to the victims of Nazism and the Holocaust has been established here as a memento of modern European history. You can combine this tour with (extra charge): Melnik wine town, Nelahozeves castle or Lidice war town + Many EXTRAS FOR FREE: map of Prague especially designed for the independent sightseeing, picture-architecture chart, bookmark, surprise local treat - Every client gets something very local. We pay attention to the local details ... so we are recommended even by the travel guru: Rick Steve
Czech highest mountain Sněžka (1603 m) is the ultimate hiking experience in the Czech Republic. You dont need to be extremely fit to get to the top, but you should be used to hiking. We start at roughly 800 meters above the sea level and in 6 km hike we will get to a height of 1600 meters. We will meet lot of kids, dogs and fit seniors on the way. Sněžka is popular place for all generations and every Czech should get there at least once in a lifetime.Our base point is Pec pod Sněžkou village. We need to climb 3 kilometers through a forest to a mountain restaurant Růžohorky where we will have little break or maybe a lunch as there are not many options to eat in the mountains. And from Růžohorky another 3 km to the top. The top of the mountain is actually border with Poland so we will cross the Polish border to a Polish side of the mountain. However, then we will get back to a Czech side and after another 6 km we will get back to Pec pod Sněžkou.
Cesky Krumlov is just one of many attractions in the southern Czech Republic, but exploring them is difficult without car hire. This private tour from Cesky takes you two in a day, with ease. Traveling through south Bohemia by air-conditioned minivan, visit Hluboka Castle, and explore and have lunch in history-steeped Ceske Budejovice before tasting beer at its Budvar brewery. Upgrade to add time in the UNESCO-listed village of Holasovice.