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Viaje de una noche en Cesky Krumlov desde Praga

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Hlavní město Praha, Chequia

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2 días (aprox.)
Recogida en el hotel incluida
Entrada para dispositivos móviles
Idiomas disponibles: Español y 5 más

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Descubra la hermosa ciudad checa de Cesky Krumlov en un viaje nocturno desde Praga, que incluye alojamiento en un hotel de 4 estrellas y transporte en autobús de regreso. Viajando por la pintoresca Bohemia, visite la hermosa ciudad de Ceske Budejovice, hogar de la cerveza Budvar, en ruta, antes de llegar a Cesky Krumlov. Después de pasear por el majestuoso castillo de Cesky del siglo XIII y el casco antiguo, declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO, disfrute de un delicioso almuerzo incluido. Luego, disfrute de la tarde y la noche a su gusto, con tiempo suficiente para disfrutar de esta encantadora ciudad en su mejor momento, sin visitantes durante el día.
  •  Durante la noche viaje a Cesky Krumlov desde Praga
  • Visite Ceske Budejovice (Budweis) en ruta y vea la Torre Negra de la ciudad.
  • Disfruta de un tour guiado del castillo de Cesky Krumlov
  • Explora el encantador casco antiguo declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO
  • Pase su tarde de ocio y vea Cesky Krumlov sin las multitudes
  • Alojamiento en un hotel de 4 estrellas situado en el centro.
Día 1: Praga - Cesky Krumlov (L)
Suba a su autocar con aire acondicionado en su hotel en el centro de Praga o en el centro de Praga. Conozca a su guía y viaje al sur a través del hermoso campo de Bohemia hacia Cesky Krumlov, una hermosa ciudad checa en el sinuoso río Vltava.
En ruta, visite la ciudad de Ceske Budejovice, también conocida como Budweis. Centrado en una elegante plaza, Ceske es mejor conocido por su cerveza homónima, Budvar, y es el hogar de la cervecería donde se fabrica.
Vea algunas de las principales atracciones de Ceske, como la Torre Gótico-Renacentista Negra con vistas a la plaza y una mezcla de otras gemas góticas y barrocas.
Luego, continúe por los pintorescos paisajes de Bohemia, llegando a Cesky Krumlov alrededor del mediodía. Dominada por un castillo del siglo XIII, esta bonita ciudad se asemeja a una Praga en miniatura, con edificios renacentistas y barrocos que irradian de una plaza de postales.
Realice un recorrido a pie por el castillo para admirar sus edificios, jardines y fosos restaurados, y descubra cómo los gobernantes de Cesky lo diseñaron para emular el Castillo de Praga para elevar su estatus en la Corte Real de la República Checa.
Estira las piernas en un recorrido a pie por el casco antiguo, declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO. Admire los senderos y patios adoquinados, y luego de un tradicional almuerzo checo, regístrese en su hotel cerca del centro de la ciudad.
Disfruta el resto del día libre para gastar como desees. Tal vez use la tarde para explorar más del pintoresco casco antiguo o investigar más la historia de la ciudad en uno de sus museos o iglesias.
Esta noche, relájese en su hotel o salga a disfrutar de la ciudad a medida que avanza el ajetreo del día. La mayoría de los visitantes de Cesky viajan de un día, dejando sus restaurantes, bares y lugares de interés maravillosamente tranquilos la noche.
Alojamiento: hotel 4 estrellas Gold.
Día 2: Cezky Krumlov - Praga
Esta mañana, disfrute del desayuno, la salida de su hotel y relájese en su viaje de regreso a Praga, donde termina su recorrido.

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It fulfilled my needs of getting to...
fradettes
, sep 2016
It fulfilled my needs of getting to that area of Bohemia - I arranged a taxi to visit another small village. The tour company seemed a little disorganized. We left Prague late. At the hotel in Cesky Krumlov I got the impression they didn't know I was staying overnight. The Hotel Bellevue was very nice!! Great breakfast. Modern, clean. Desk staff went above and beyond for me.
I would have been upset if we had...
Crystal W
, oct 2014
I would have been upset if we had only done the day tour. We were rushed from the time we meant our guide in Prague. 15 members of the tour group requested the tour to be in Spanish, the others of us requested English. There was a lot of confusion between the tour guides and bus driver...they didn't have the right bus to transport so many people and with luggage. We had to wait for a new bus before we could depart Prague. From that point on, we were rushed through the rest of the tour. When we got to Cesky Krumlov, we were scurried through the town to our place to eat. We were seated away from the larger part of the group. We were skipped for dessert and coffee while the other group members were not. We were then quickly ushered to the Castle for a 60 minute tour. The Spanish members of our group were dissatisfied because there was not a Spanish speaking guide for our tour of the castle and our guide was not allowed to tag along for the tour. The tour of the castle was really not worth the time...It is much more beautiful from outside. The town itself was way more interesting than the castle. The time we spent in Cesky Krumlov after the guided part was great. The town is very quaint, cozy, and beautiful. Our hotel accommodations at Hotel Gold were superb. We enjoyed the next morning exploring the city on our own. Cesky Krumlov is definitely worth visiting, but the guided part of this tour was the least impressive part. We probably would have been better off traveling to the city on our own and just exploring the city and doing as we please. The disorganization of the tour company and being rushed through the day was stressful and unnecessary.
Cesky Krumlof is really best enjoyed...
steven k
, jul 2014
Cesky Krumlof is really best enjoyed in two days. Unfortunately we had a very unpleasant guide named Jana on the first day who did little for us other than handling the mechanics of getting us to our destination and whose information was so excessively rote that none of us really benefited. Fortunately, there were many positives; the Gold Hotel was quite pleasant, the Castle tour included had an excellent and friendly guide, the town is so visually appealing, the town folk were welcoming, the food was delicious. Papa's and the Two Marys were very good. The Gingerbread Shop had a very good selection of special and unique souvenirs. A piece of Moldovite can be had for a very reasonable price and is mined near the area. The second day was most enjoyable on our own and the guide who picked us up for the tour operator whose name was Petr was outstanding. Petr is a credit to the organization and knows how to make visitors feel welcome. He drove a comfortable small Mercedes van that was so much better than the cramped mini-bus with hard seats and poor shock-absorbers that took us from Prague to CK on the first day. The trip takes three hours so again, you will have a much better visit if you choose to spend two days rather than one.

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