Tours and Excursions
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Tours and Excursions

Karlovy Vary

Visit Karlovy Vary, the Czech Republic’s most important spa town. For centuries European notables came here for the healing powers of its waters.

Enjoy a walk through the town center and admire the spa colonnades

See Vřídlo Sprudel, the most famous of the geysers

Spend free time to explore at your own pace


Karlovy Vary is the best known spa town in the Czech Republic, and its history dates to the 14th century and the reign of Charles IV. The healing powers of the local springs enticed notables such as the Russian Tsar Peter the Great and the German poet Goethe. The spa town is also known for the production of world-renowned Moser crystal, Carlsbad porcelain, and the traditional Czech herb liqueur, Becherovka. On this full-day excursion from Prague you’ll enjoy a guided tour of the town center and marvel at the most famous geyser, Vřídlo Sprudel, gushing its mineral waters to a height of nearly 12 meters! After this you’ll be free to explore the town on your own.


Český Krumlov

Visit the fairy-tale town of Cesky Krumlov in South Bohemia, explore its narrow medieval streets and tour its famous castle. Admire examples of the town’s architectural development from the 14th through the 19th century.

Visit medieval Český Krumlov in South Bohemia

Explore the second-largest castle area in the Czech Republic

See the world's oldest Baroque theater

Český Krumlov, a medieval town in South Bohemia, retains its fairytale-like atmosphere even today, and it will be easy to see why UNESCO included the town on its list of cultural heritage sites. Your guide will lead you along the narrow, winding streets of the historical center, where you’ll be able to admire the Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque buildings of the Rožmberk, Eggenberg, and Schwarzenberg noble families. Tour the famed castle, the second largest in the Czech Republic (tickets can be bought on site). You’ll see centuries-old furniture, artwork, tapestries, and exquisitely adorned weapons, and also the world’s oldest, well-preserved Baroque theater.

Kutná Hora

Explore the historic UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kutná Hora on a tour from Prague. See the late Gothic St. Barbara’s Church and stroll around the town center. Then visit the chapel of human bones at the Roman Catholic Cemetery Church of All Saints

Travel to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kutná Hora from Prague

Visit the late Gothic St. Barbara's Church

Take a guided walk around the historic town of Kutná Hora

See a chapel decorated with human bones at the Ossuary of the Cemetery Church of All Saints


Explore Kutná Hora on a guided tour from Prague. Walk around the historic town and visit the Sedlec Ossuary and St. Barbara’s Church. Customize your tour with pickup and drop-off, entry ticket, and free time options.

Karlštejn Castle and Koněprusy Caves

Discover both the Gothic 14th-century Karlstejn Castle as well as the Koneprusy caves featuring the plethora of caves that fascinate viewers with rich stalagmite and stalactite decoration, often taking grotesque forms in an Alice in Wonderland type of setting. After a Karlstejn Castle tour full of Gothic delights, you can have a typical Czech lunch at a traditional restaurant located in the picturesque village under the castle. As we drive you around you can enjoy the beauty of the forests, rivers, and villages of the local nature reserve.