T1 - Splendours of Bohemia

Marianske Lazne

Day 01

Arrival to Prague, transfer to hotel.

Day 02

Karlstejn CastleIn the morning board the coach and depart to Karlstejn Castle, situated 35 km southwest from Prague. This medieval fortress was founded by Emperor Charles IV in 1348 to house the coronation jewels and relics. After the tour re-board the coach and depart for Karlovy Vary, the best known and the largest spa in the country dating back to the 14th century (it was founded by the Roman Emperor and Czech King Charles IV). The fame of the town has spread into the world thanks to its mineral springs. There are 12 healing springs in the spa. Overnight in Karlovy Vary.

Day 03

Tepla MonasteryBoard the coach and depart for Marianske Lazne, the second most important spa town in Czech Republic with beautiful colonnades, excellent hotels and restaurants. After short tour board the coach and depart for Tepla Monastery - Premonstratensian monastery from the 10th century whose library contains hundred thousand volumes - and Pisek - royal town founded in the middle of the 13th century. The town is dominated by the deanery church and the oldest preserved bridge in Bohemia dating back to the 13th century. Late in the afternoon depart to Cesky Krumlov. Above the meanders of the Vltava river a unique complex of municipal housing developed, mainly in the 16th century along with an extensive castle and chateau complex, the second largest in the country after the Prague Castle Overnight in Cesky Krumlov.

Day 04

Cesky KrumlovBegin the day with the visit of Cesky Krumlov. After lunch depart for Ceske Budejovice, This town was founded in 1265 and is dominated by the Black Tower offering breathtaking views of the city and its surroundings. The square-shaped central plaza is home to one of the largest fountains in the country, the Samson fountain. It is also famous for its Budweiser brewery. Overnight in Ceske Budejovice.

Day 05

TaborIn the morning board the coach and depart for Jindrichuv Hradec - the most significant sight of the town is the third largest chateau complex in Czech Republic. After the tour re-board the coach and depart for Tabor, an iconic medieval town from the 15th century which used to be a center of Hussite Movement. We will visit the medieval underground tunnel complex and also a nearby located pilgrimage Church of Klokoty and the Museum of Chocolate and Marzipan. You can make your own sweet souvenir or just watch the confectioners in their work. Overnight in Tabor.

Day 06

Kutna HoraAfter breakfast board the coach and depart for Kutna Hora, an old mining town founded in the 13th century. The town is dominated by the gothic St.Barbara Cathedral and the former royal mint which once coined Prague groschen. To this day Kutna Hora has retained the character of a medieval city and rightly belongs to the most important UNESCO heritage sites in the Czech Republic. After the tour board the coach and depart for Prague. A stop will be made on-route in Cesky Sternberk, a Gothic castle from the mid-13th century. The historical interiors feature rich stucco and painted decorations, and valuable furnishings. The exhibit features a collection of copper-engravings dating back to the Thirty Years' War and a collection of 17th century miniatures - the so-called "Dutch silver". Overnight in Prague.

Day 07

Full day city tour in Prague including all major sights - Prague Castle, Old Town, Jewish Ghetto, Charles Bridge, Little Quarter.

Day 08

Transfer to airport.