T7 - The best of Czech Republic


Day 01

Arrival to Prague, transfer to hotel.

Day 02

OlomoucBoard the coach for transfer to Brno, the second largest town in the country and Moravia's traditional capital. The city's skyline is dominated by the Spilberk castle, where an early-Gothic palace with two chapels is still standing. Later on, the castle was converted into a baroque fortress, and in the 19th century, it became known as the infamous "Jail of Nations". The Petrov hill is topped by the Gothic cathedral of Sts. Peter and Paul. short orientation tour. Following the short tour re-board your coach and depart for Olomouc. It was founded as a royal town in the early 13th century. There are numerous religious monuments, such as the Bishop's Cathedral of St.Wenceslas and Bishop's palace. The second significant section of the town is the western part with the Upper and the Lower Squares. The remarkable rectory, Church of St.Maurice and the extensive Town hall with a bay chapel and a modern astronomical clock dating from from the Gothic period Overnight in Olomouc.

Day 03

KromerizAfter breakfast depart for Kromeriz - town of culture that is of Europe-wide significance. Its best-known buildings are the Archbishop Chateau with a gallery (paintings by Titian, Breughel, Cranach, van Dyck), and a historic library. Chateau garden is listed in UNESCO World Heritage Register. After the tour depart for Lednice-Valtice Area. The romantic Lednice chateau is situated in the extent natural area on the embankment of the Dyje river (the Lednice park has been nicknamed "Garden of Europe" or "Garden of Paradise"). Lednice has been the residential seat of the Lichtenstein family. You will also enjoy a romantic cruise through the chateau park. Overnight in Lednice.

Day 04

TelcBoard the coach and depart for Telc. The picturesque town of Telc is a true pearl of the country. The ancient royal water fort was founded here in the 13th century on the crossroad of busy merchants' routes. Besides the monumental Renaissance chateau with an English park, the most significant sight is the town square – a unique complex of historical houses in the Renaissance and Baroque styles. After lunch re-board your coach and depart for 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 05

PlzenAfter breakfast depart for Pilsen, the metropolis of West Bohemia and with its 170.000 inhabitants the fourth largest city in Czech Republic. The tower of the St. Bartholomew Church, the highest in the country (103m), is the dominant of the town. Worth-seeing is also the Great Synagogue, the second largest synagogue in Europe. Pilsen is famous for its Pilsner Urquell beer. After lunch re-board the coach and depart for Marianske Lazne - the second most important spa town in Czech Republic with beautiful colonnades, excellent hotels and restaurants. Overnight in Karlovy Vary.

Day 06

Karlovy VaryBegin the day with the visit of 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. Late in the afternoon depart for Prague. Overnight in Prague.

Day 07

Full day city tour. Overnight in Prague.

Day 08

Transfer to airport.