Embark on a private tour and see the ruins of a medieval castle in Bohemia, visit one of the most famous crystal glass factories in Prague and buy unique glassware at the Moser factory, explore the Jan Becher Museum located in the beautiful spa city of Karlovy Vary.
At Czech monuments there are professional guides provided by the monument administration for the best experience.
For the road you can choose between two options:
Private excursion with a buddy (“guide”) and local guides at monuments. On the way, you will be able to ask your buddy about anything you are interested in.
Private excursion with the written description and local guides at monuments. Written description will provide basic information about the trip, sights and history of the country.
Leave the city centre in the morning as you travel by an air-conditioned minibus through the stunning countryside of Bohemia and it's beautiful spa town of Karlovy Vary. Relax with the on board Wi-Fi and cool water refreshments.Stop to witness the ruins of the Gothic castle above the village of Andělská Hora on Angel Mountain. The castle pre-dates the 15th century village in the foothills. During its glory days - and before it was burned down in the Thirty Years’ War - the castle was a favourite place for the writer Goethe and other luminaries. See the unique church of the Holy Trinity, built between 1698 and 1712 by the Italian architect, Allipradi.Next on your tour will be the Moser glass factory, founded by Ludwig Moser in 1893. Learn about their famous glassware, sold around the world to such notables as the court of the British king, Edward VII, the shah of Persia, and the emperor of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Franz Josef I. Exit through the gift shop and why not purchase some unique souvenirs to remember your experience.Next, you will be taken to the spa town of Karlovy Vary, founded in 1370 after King Charles IV stumbled upon a hot stream while out hunting. Now one of the best known and popular wellness resorts in the Czech Republic, Karlovy Vary offers regional specialties such as the Becherovka liquor produced from herbs.Marvel at the monuments of the picturesque town center, and see some of the spa colonades, including the hot spring at Vřídlo. Savor a delicious traditional lunch in a local restaurant and conclude your tour back in your centrally located hotel in Prague.