This morning, travel through the picturesque landscape of Southern Bohemia to Cesky Krumlov, a fairy-tale town with a maze of narrow cobbled streets. Declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site in 1992, Cesky Krumlov has earned an international reputation for its State Castle* and Chateau, one of the largest in Central Europe equipped with historical furniture, art, tapestries and richly decorated weapons. Admire the worlds oldest preserved baroque theatre in the castle garden. Enjoy a guided walk through the town and its Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance houses that originated as mansions of noblemen families - the Rožmberks, the Schwarzenbergs and the Eggenbergs. Lunch is included in a medieval tavern. Departs at 8:45 a.m. from Na Príkope, 23. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure. Drop-off at Na Prikope 23. The castle is closed from November 1-March 31, and on Mondays. Instead, tour the city of Ceske Budejovice to see its historic square, home to the famous Black Tower and other 16th-century structures.
|Folklore Dinner (#21) 7:00 PM
Tonight, enjoy an evening of Czech folklore music and dances at a lively, traditional Czech restaurant. The music and dances are melodic, beautiful, and full of energy. It has been an inspiration for whole generations of artists. Try delicious regional dishes and drinks as local performers present customary dances and songs in traditional dress. Food and drinks, all included in your package price. Experience an unforgettable evening.
|Grand City Tour by Bus (#3) 11:15 AM
This morning, enjoy Prague, known as one of the most beautiful towns in Europe with its over 1000-year-old history and stunning architecture. By bus, see the New Town, Wenceslas Square, National Museum, view of Prague Castle, Lesser Town and Charles Bridge. Continue by foot through the courtyards of Prague Castle while learning about its history and visit the interior of its most important landmark, the St. Vitus Cathedral. By bus, continue traveling through the Lesser Town to Kampa Island. Enjoy walking across the Charles Bridge and through the Old Town and Jewish Quarter. The tour ends at the Old Town Square containing the famous Astronomical Clock on Old Townhall and Týn Church
|Grand City Tour with Cruise (#3) 2:00 PM
This afternoon, travel by coach while learning the history of Prague and its famous neighborhoods (Old Town, New Town, Lesser Town). Continue by foot to view the Prague Castle complex and the many historical buildings therein. Afterwards, enjoy a relaxing boat tour that views Charles Bridge, St. Vitus Cathedral, Petrin Hill and the National Theatre, Pragues main cultural attractions. Continue with a pleasant walk through the Jewish town to the Old Town Square where the tour ends. Departs 2:00 p.m. from Na Príkope, 23. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure. Drop-off at Old Town Square.
|Half Day Terezin Tour
Visit the site of the Nazi concentration camp at Terezin, a place of suffering and inhumanity for over 150,000 prisoners. Upon arrival, walk to the camp’s ghettos where more than 35,000 Jews lost their lives. The tour includes visits to the Memorial of National Martyrdom, the Small Fortress and the Museum of the Ghetto
|Prague by Night
Tonight, view Prague, the famous "Golden City," from the Vltava River. Arguably the best manner in which to see the city, this evenings river cruise offers illuminated views of some of Pragues most historic and artistic architecture along the Vltava banks. The cruise also includes a buffet-style dinner and musical entertainment on board. This evening program culminates with a tour by bus. Enjoy illuminated views of some of Pragues most important historical buildings in Old Town, Jewish Town, Lesser Town, and New Town. Departs at 6:30 p.m. from Na Príkope, 23. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure. Drop-off at hotel.
|Prague Fort & St. Vitus Cathedral
Leaving the bustle of the new town, drive up the hill to the historical area surrounding the Prague castle, and enter the fairytale complex of cobbled courtyards, churches and administrative buildings, once the court of the Bohemian Kings. Still the political center of the Czech Republic, this is where the Presidential Palace is located, complete with ceremonial guards. Visit the medieval Old Palace and the Cathedral of St. Vitus, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture, as well as the St. George Basilica and the Famous “Golden Lane”
This morning, enjoy an introduction to Prague, the famous "City of a Hundred Spires". From the comfort of a modern air-conditioned motor coach, view Old Town, Charles Bridge and Lesser Town while listening to commentary through headphones. Visit the St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague Castle independently. After walking around Prague Castle, continue again by bus through Old Town Square near Municipal House to return to Na Príkope 23, where the tour ends
|Terezin (#16) AM
Today, honor a visit to the site of the Nazi camp of Terezin, a place of suffering and inhumanity for over 150,000 prisoners. On arrival, walk the camps ghettos where more than 35,000 Jews lost their lives. The tour includes visits to the Memorial of National Martyrdom, the Small Fortress, and the Museum of Ghetto