CZ EuroTour

Czech Europe travel



Bohemia    12 DAY TOUR


Explore the historical land of the Emperor's Crown as this tour reveals beautiful historic sights, magnificent nature and cultural life in Bohemia. Visit golden Prague, the Capital of the Czech Republic, with its great St. Vitus Cathedral and Hradcany Castle, unbelievable Adrspach Rocks, memorable Terezin Ghetto, Vysoka and Sychrov, places connected with great composer Antonin Dvorak and UNESCO listed Cesky Krumlov Castle.

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10 nights in special selected first class and comfort hotels • double rooms with private baths and/or shower
1 welcome dinner of Czech specialties with Tour Director and fellow travelers (WD) • 10 breakfasts (B) • 1 launch • 4 dinners (D) • 1 farewell dinner (FD)
Deluxe air-conditioned motorcoach with reclining seats and reading lights • Experienced, professional driver • Multi-lingual, professional and helpful Tour Director for entire tour and expert local guide on all sightseeing tour as listed • Admission fee for all included guided sightseeing


CZ EuroTour gives you more sightseeing, entry fees, entertainment and meals for basic tour price. We are specialists to this country, our seat is here and we know it very well. Thanks to our contacts we can offer you more value for your money. CZ EuroTour vacations are simply fantastic.

Prague: Guided sightseeing tour of Old Town including: Old Town Square, Tyn Church, Manes Bridge, Jewish Quarter, Prague Diamond Center • Sightseeing tour of Hradcany Quarter: the Loretto (17th century), the Lobkowitz Palace in Renaissance style (16th century), the baroque Cernin Palace, the Schwarzenberg Palace. Entrance fee and guided visit of Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral
Cesky Stenberk: Entrance fee to the castle
Kutna Hora: Guided sightseeing tour • Visit St. Barbara Church and the Czech Museum of Silver
Adrspach Rocks: Guided walk through reservation • A boat ride
Nachod: Visit the castle and its underground prison
Sychrov: Entrance fee and guided tour of the chateaux • A visit of A. Dvorak's museum
Liberec: Visit the "Glass Palace" • Admission fee to the ride up to Jested mountain
Krkonose N.P.: A coach tour • Guided tour of the historical town Vrchlabi including a visit to an exhibition inside an ancient house • Visit a Second World War bunker • Ride by a cable way to Snezka mountain
Ploskovice: Entrance fee to the castle
Terezin: Visit a Ghetto and the Ghetto Museum • Admission fee to Terezin fortress
Karlovy Vary: An orientation tour of the spa colonnade
Pilsen: A short orientation tour of historical center including St. Bartholomew Church • Entrance fee to the Breweries Museum • Guided tour of the Pilsner Urquell brewery including a taste of 12% beer
Domazlice: A Guided tour of the historic town and its square
Klatovy: Entrance fee to the catacombs and the Black Tower
Cesky Krumlov: A visit the Castle • An orientation walk in the city
Ceske Budejovice: Guided sightseeing
Hluboka n/Vltavou: Entry fee and guided visit of this beautiful chateaux
Pribram: Entrance fee to the Mining Museum including a ride inside the historical mine • Visit the Hollow Mountain • Admission fee to the Museum of A. Dvorak in Vysoka
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Day 1: Departure. Overnight flight to Prague.
Day 2: Prague. Following arrival and hotel check-in, we are accompanied by a qualified guide to explore the Golden City that was built on seven hills across the River Vltava. See the magnificent view of the Hradcany Castle from gothic Charles Bridge, Townhall (1364) and the mechanical Astronomical Clock with moving apostles and magic Jewish Quarter with its cemetery. Discover a long Jewish tradition of jewelry trade in a unique Diamond Center. (WD)
Day 3: Prague(CZE). Accompanied by a qualified local guide we see this eternal historic city, one of most beautiful in Europe. We visit Prague Castle (founded in 870-890). We see St. Vitus Cathedral, Old King's Palace (880), Vladislav Hall, where the inauguration of Czech Presidents are held and ancient Golden Lane (home of Franz Kafka). Why not go shopping in historical alleys of Old Town? (B)
Day 4: Cesky Sternberk, Kutna Hora. We begin this day in the very beautiful castle Cesky Sternberk (13th century), built on a tall cliff. Visit the Knight Hall with ornamental and figurative motives on the walls, the Yellow Saloon, the Chapel and other rooms. Look over splendid furniture, collections of copperplates, silver miniatures, chandeliers, tiled stoves and other historically precious works. Today's second stop is in the former Royal and mining Town Kutna Hora. Activities include sightseeing of the historical center including the Silver museum, exposition of handicrafts and the world famous magnificent St. Barbara Cathedral (14th century). The rest of the day is free. (B, D)
Day 5: Adrspach Rocks, Nachod castle. The day is spent in nature in the middle of the Adrspach Rocks, the National Nature Reservation. The whole extensive premise has two "Rocky Towns" with 1 500 rocky towers. Accompanied by a professional guide we walk through the park and take an exciting boat ride between the tall rocks. Then we visit Nachod and its lovely castle. We'll be gripped by the unique Gobelin tapestry here and scared by the ghosts and spooks from the historical lands of the Czech Crown in the underground prison. (B, D)
Day 6: Sychrov, Liberec. Today is rather leisurely compared to the previous day. Experience a world of music in the castle where Antonin Dvorak composed some of his genial bohemian music works. We are in Sychrov castle. See rich art collections, including the largest collection of French portrait art in Central Europe. Next, a visit of the world of famous Czech crystal awaits us. In Liberec we visit "Glass palace" and by a cable railway climb up to Jested mountain, to a TV Tower overlooking the city and surroundings. It is a must to enjoy a Bohemia pub in the evening! (B)
Day 7: Krkonose N.P. Today we launch a great journey through history; the Krkonose mountain range (Over 300 million years old). Krkonose N.P. is one of the largest protected areas in Europe. In Vrchlabi we visit its ancient square, historic houses with exhibits of traditional crystal, clocks and nativity scenes and an original krkonose living room with a historical weaving loom. We cannot miss a ride up to the tallest Bohemia Mountain, Snezka. (B, D)
Day 8: Ploskovice, Terezin, Karlovy Vary. We continue on our journey to the lovely Ploskovice chateaux. After seeing the interiors and a "grotto", the world unique fake water caverns with fountains, we come to Terezin, "The town behind bars". We visit the memorable Nazi Terezin Ghetto. The end of the day is spent in the world famous spa town, Karlovy Vary. This spa with many hot and cold thermal springs attracted many famous people, like Beethoven, Brahms, A. Dvorak, and Goethe. (B)
Day 9: Pilsen, Domazlice, Klatovy. This morning we visit famous Pilsner Urquell brewery and the brewery museum, the oldest museum of its kind on the world. Then we go to Domazlice to see its ancient center and tall leaning tower. In Klatovy we will be very interested to look at 40 mummies in coffins with glass lids. The bodies were not mummified by some chemical process, but by ingenious air ducts. (B, L)
Day 10: Cesky Krumlov, Ceske Budejovice. Today we discover a picturesque ancient town, Cesky Krumlov. We visit Cesky Krumlov Castle that dominates this UNESCO town and walk through the historical alleys in city center. In the afternoon our qualified guide takes us to a historical center of Ceske Budejovice. The horse railway is an interesting stop and then we have a free time. The Tour Director invites you to a farewell dinner of Bohemian specialties. (B, FD)
Day 11: Hluboka n/Vlt., Pribram. Hluboka nad Vltavou Chateaux is the most visited monument in South Bohemia. We take a tour of this "Pearl of South Bohemia". Its 120 rooms hide a lot of exceptional valuable art collections. Then we head to Pribram. Above the town rises a great monument, Svata Hora (Hollow Mountain). We visit this valuable baroque building and wellknown Virgin Mary's place of pilgrimage in Central Europe. Antonin Dvorak once lived in the nearby village Vysoka. We visit his museum and see the small Rusalka (water nymph) gardens lake, where he composed his opera Rusalka. (B, D)
Day 12: Prague / RETURN HOME. It is time for your sameday flight home. (B)
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