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We've been on a huge number of trips tours and excursions in Prague, from which we've selected the very best available. Discover some of the history of the city itself, sample typical Czech culture, cycle around or out of the city or take a day trip to one of the many beautiful towns or impressive castles and chateaus just a few hours from Prague.
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See Prague up close and personal as possible only on a walking tour. You'll learn the stories behind all the highlights of Prague from your private guide, stopping to admire this captivating city's myriad examples of medieval, gothic, baroque and art nouveau architecture.
Explore Prague's Jewish heritage on a walking tour with a private guide. During the tour you'll wander the streets of Prague's former Jewish ghetto, now the upmarket Josefov area, and see several synagogues that are part of the unique Prague Jewish Museum complex.
The Czechs are the world's top consumers of beer and with brews of this quality it's not hard to see why. Find out for yourself on this walking tour around some standout pubs, microbreweries and beer halls.
Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad) offers quite the change of pace to that of the Czech capital. People have been coming here to take the waters since the days of Charles IV, who founded this famous spa town (and gave it its name) in the 14th century.
Soak in the best kind of suds, with a trip to the beer spa. Located in a cellar of a historical building in one of Prague's oldest courtyards this is the perfect place to indulge in a ritual that dates back hundreds of years.
A day trip to chocolate-box pretty Telč is worthwhile in itself but to make a full day of it, you can take your pick of nearby South Bohemian towns. We'll help you choose which one based on your interests.
Czech folklore music and dances are so melodic, beautiful and full of energy that it has been a great inspiration for whole generations of artists. Our folklore evening is the best choice for those wh....
Enjoy the highlights of the historical center of Prague! You will admire the New Town including the National Museum, Wenceslas Square and the National Theatre as well as the Charles Bridge, Prague Cas....
Karlštejn is one of the most visited Czech castles. It was built by emperor Charles IV between 1348 and 1355. Karlštejn served as a depository of royal, empire and coronation jewels as well as an archive of state documents. This gothic castle wi...
Karlovy Vary is the most famous town spa in Czech Republic. Its history goes back to 14th century. People have praised the healing effects of the town's local mineral springs. It is also popular with the production of world-famous Bohemian Czech crystal ...
What better combination than visits to a crystal factory and the Czech Republic's largest sparkling wine producer? This private day trip gives you the chance to see both of these sources of national pride in action.
Cesky Krumlov is a medieval town in Southern Bohemia that has kept its almost fairy-tale charm until today and is registered on the UNESCO heritage list. The historical center is made up of narrow winding streets with a number of gothic, renaissance and baroque houses that originated as the mansions of noblemen's families.
Two Czech national treasures in one day? With your private driver you'll be surprised how much you can fit in. First we visit a renowned crystal and glass producer before continuing our journey to Plzen to visit the world-famous Pilsner Urquell brewery.
No longer the butt of jokes, Škoda cars have come a long way since the the fall of communism. Watch the Czech Republic's most popular cars being assembled on a state of the art production line just an hour from Prague as well as see a vast archive of the marque's earlier models.
About an hour's drive from Prague lies the medieval town of Kutna Hora, once the second richest town in the Czech lands. With a variety of architectural monuments and a place on the UNESCO world heritage list since 1995, there's plenty to see on a day trip here.
A visit to Terezin (Theresienstadt), used by the Nazis as a prison and the whole town as a transit camp and Jewish ghetto can be a very sombre experience. On the way back you can extend your day trip with a visit to the Chateau at Melnik and sample some wines produced in its vineyards.