The magnificent towns and chateaux of East Bohemia
Arrival in Prague, transfer to hotel
Departure from Prague to the town of Kutna Hora (superb example of medieval architecture. In the Middle Ages the second most important town after Prague due to the local silver mines), then continued to Kladruby (one of the oldest stud farms in the world. The famous Kladruby white horses have been bred here since 1770. The stud farm, including horses, was declared a national cultural monument. Horses from Kladruby can be found on many royal courts all over the world—Denmark, England, Jordan). Overnight in Hradec Kralove - one of the oldest towns in Bohemia dominated by Church of the Holy Spirit, White Tower and Bishop´s palace.
Full day trip to Kuks (a unique complex of Baroque buldings—castle, church of Holy Trinity. Gallery of sculptures of M.B.Braun), Dobrosov (example of the system of defensive fortification, artillery blockhouse and a system of underground passageways and rooms from the World War II) and Trebechovice (a unique museum with an exhibition of splendid work of art, a wood-carving Bethlehem from the 19th century with more than 2000 pieces). Overnight in Hradec Kralove.
Full day trip to Castolovice (a Renaissance chateau with exceptional interiors—remarkable coffered ceiling and collection of portraits of the Bohemian rulers), Vamberk (visit to the lace museum) and Litomysl (a representative Renaissance chateau with grafitto decorations built in the 16th century. Birthplace of the Czech composer Bedrich Smetana). Overnight in Hradec Kralove.
Departure to Prague via Hradek u Nechanic (a chateau built in the Romantic Windsor Gothic style with richly furnished historical interiors with original furniture, rare collections of art, and samples of handicraft) and Podebrady (spa town).Overnight in Prague.
Full day city tour in Prague including all major sights in Prague—Castle, Old Town, Jewish Ghetto, Charles Bridge, Little Quarter.
Breakfast at hotel, full day at leisure.
Breakfast at hotel, departure.