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Czech Republic

The land of fairy tale castles, iconic cars and luxurious crystal ware, the Czech Republic is a meeting place of western and eastern traditions. Since the borders were opened up in 1989, tourists have flocked to experience the unspoiled charms of its sprawling hills, forested countryside and period architecture. Prague is unarguably the Czech Republic’s most prized possession. Often cited as the most beautiful capital in Europe, Prague has done well to preserve its cultural heritage. Those of us with the gypsy streak would know that the word “Bohemia” was earlier used to represent the Czech people. Boars, bears and deer still roam the mountains and forests with over a third of the country covered in woodland. Ancient castles rise on hills surrounded by dense forests in an awe-inspiring landscape. India cine-philes could easily recall the gorgeous visuals from the movie “Rockstar”.It’s interesting to know that the iconic shoe brand “Bata” has its origin from this vibrant nation. The city blends the new with old, while retaining its distinctive character, graced with avant-garde hotels and restaurants. However as one steps out of the urban centers, the idyllic rural way of life embraces with its dreamy appearance. Towns such as Karlovy Vary have been revitalised as tourist centers and are once again as popular as they were in the days of the Grand European Tour of the Victorian age. Whether you are a fan of legendary author Franz Kafka, tennis superstar Ivan Lendl or a curious tourist, there’s plenty to choose amongst the myriad flavors of this unique country.

5 Days / 4 Nights

The land of fairy tale castles, iconic cars and luxurious crystal ware, the Czech Republic is a meeting place of western and eastern traditions. Since the borders were opened up in 1989, tourists have flocked to experience the unspoiled charms of its sprawling hills, forested countryside and period architecture. Prague is unarguably the Czech Republic’s most prized possession. Often cited as the most beautiful capital in Europe, Prague has done well to preserve its cultural heritage. Those of us with the gypsy streak would know that the word “Bohemia” was earlier used to represent the Czech people. Boars, bears and deer still roam the mountains and forests with over a third of the country covered in woodland. Ancient castles rise on hills surrounded by dense forests in an awe-inspiring landscape. India cine-philes could easily recall the gorgeous visuals from the movie “Rockstar”.It’s interesting to know that the iconic shoe brand “Bata” has its origin from this vibrant nation. The city blends the new with old, while retaining its distinctive character, graced with avant-garde hotels and restaurants. However as one steps out of the urban centers, the idyllic rural way of life embraces with its dreamy appearance. Towns such as Karlovy Vary have been revitalised as tourist centers and are once again as popular as they were in the days of the Grand European Tour of the Victorian age. Whether you are a fan of legendary author Franz Kafka, tennis superstar Ivan Lendl or a curious tourist, there’s plenty to choose amongst the myriad flavors of this unique country.

Day 01: Prague - Evening Vltava River Cruise with Dinner

Arrive at Prague Airport. Meet your driver and transfer to hotel. Day at leisure to explore the city on your own. In evening enjoy Prague on board one of the cruises along the Vltava river with a welcome drink. Enjoy the view of beautiful illuminated Prague, while enjoying a delicious dinner. Overnight in Prague.

Day 02: Prague - Best of Prague

See the most of Prague during a six and a half hour bus, boat and walking tour. You begin at the Wenceslas Square and pass around the National Museum and the Dancing House, Prague Castle. Then continue on foot down to the Lesser Town, Kampa Island, Charles Bridge, Old Town with Astronomical Clock and Jewish Quarter. Enjoy the view of Hradcany, the National Theatre and Prague gems during a boat cruise through the Vltava river. Transportation to the Castle, lunch with 1 drink and one hour cruise with coffee,cake is included. Overnight in Prague.

Day 03 - Prague - Cesky Krumlov

We would like to invite you to a town that seems lifted from a fairy tale. Cesky Krumlov (located about 170 km from Prague), which has been part of the UNESCO cultural and natural heritage since 1992, is situated in Southern Bohemia, nestled in beautiful countryside with scattered ponds and lovely views along the Vltava river. In the historical centre of the town there are over 300 historical houses and the second largest castle in the Czech Republic with magnificent baroque gardens. The castle used to be a seat of important and famous noble families - Rosenbergs, Eggenbergs and Schwarzenbergs. It is there you will see a unique theatre with a rotating auditorium. The oldest baroque theatre in the world is part of the castle as well. The historical city centre preser- ved its medieval atmosphere and picturesque narrow streets where you will find lovely little shops with handmade souvenirs. The price includes pick up at your hotel, trip guide, a visit with a local guide to the interior of the castle (inside you will see historical furniture, tapestries, weapons, paintings and the famous golden carriage) and lunch in a local tavern. We wish you an unforgettable adventure. Overnight in Prague.

Day 04 - Prague - Karlovy Vary

You will be taken through the picturesque West Bohemian countryside to the city Karlovy Vary. Walk during this day trip along the world-famous spa and have lunch at the Colonnade. Karlovy Vary is the most famous spa town in the Czech Republic, the history of the city dates back to the 14th century, the time of Charles IV. The curative effects of the local mineral springs were used as treatments on greats such a Tsar Peter the Great and the writer Goethe. One of the most famous attraction is the Hot Spring that spews boiling healing water up to a height of 12 m. In the city you can look forward to a wide range of historical and modern colonnades and tasting water from 12 natural mineral springs. After 3 course lunch in a local restaurant we recommended to also taste delicious wafers and traditional liqueur Becherovka, made from a unique blend of herbs and spices. Overnight in Prague.

Day 05: End of Tour

Check out from the hotel and transfer to Prague airport.