2 weeks itinerary
Replies: 5 - Last Post: Mar 20, 2012 4:38 PM Last Post By: afdirkse
Feb 10, 2012 5:36 AM
2 weeks itineraryI need help by making 2 week itinerary in Czech Republik.
Facts: 2 people + 1 dog; travel with car. Like old cities, nature, good beer...
I was thinking about: Česky Krumlov, Plzen, Česke Budejovice, Praha, Telč, Karlovy Vary, Česky Raj... and at the end 3 days in Krakow.
Where should we stay? We usualy stay 1 week in one place and then we move to another.
Thanks for all suggestions about the itinerary and other travel tips.
Moni from Slovenia
Feb 10, 2012 8:30 PM
1I was thinking about: Česky Krumlov, Plzen, Česke Budejovice, Praha, Telč, Karlovy Vary, Česky Raj...We usualy stay 1 week in one place and then we move to another.
There's probably no perfect answer to this one but one idea would be to stay a week in Krumlov and visit Plzen, Ceske Budejovice and Telc as day-trips...Budejovice shouldn't detain you too long so you could visit that and Telc in one day and other nice towns in this general area are Tabor, Trebon and Jindrichuv Hradec...also you should spend a day in the nearby Sumava National Park...
From Prague with your own transport, you could then access Karlovy Vary and the Cesky Raj and other attractions like Karlstein and various castles to the west of the city plus Loket near Vary and Kutna Hora...
Feb 11, 2012 9:32 PM
Feb 13, 2012 3:33 AM
3WaterhazardJack thanks for your advice.
I' d like the idea to stay in Krumlov, but don't like to stay for a week in Praha because i suppose there is a lot of traffic. We probably stay in Praha for 2 days. Which city do you recomend to stay in for a few days to see the rest of the country and then to travel to Krakow?
Feb 13, 2012 4:33 PM
4Which city do you recomend to stay in for a few days to see the rest of the country and then to travel to Krakow?
The ideal city for this would be Olomouc which is one of my favourites in Europe but as your stated objective is to find a base for visiting Praha, Karlovy Vary and Česky Raj then that's probably not a very practical suggestion for you...
Geographically, the best option seems to be Mlada Boleslav but everyone I meet from there always advises me not to visit as apparently it's a very industrial place!...maybe Litomerice or Melnik would be decent options but I can't say I have the expertise to suggest further...
Maybe one of our resident Czexperts can advise...
Mar 20, 2012 4:38 PM
5Orkasi, staying in Prague for a week can still be in a very quiet location...some of the outskirts make good places to stay, with good public transport options to get you to the city centre in no time whatsoever.
There's the aptly named hotel Silenzio in the Bubenec neighborhood, a pleasant suburb with lots of embassies. That's also close to the Sarka nature park, a beautiful green area which is great for walking.
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