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$147.48 Cultural & Theme Tours

Vienna Sightseeing Day Trip from Prague

Your day trip to Vienna begins as you depart Prague and take a comfortable coach ride south through the stunning landscapes of Bohemia and Moravia. After three to four hours of driving along Danube, Europe's longest river, arrive in Vienna, the home of Sigmund Freud.Vienna, the seat of the Habsburg Empire during the 18th century, is a beautiful medieval and Baroque city and its historic center is UNESCO World Heritage listed.With your guide, travel across the famous Ringstrasse, a magnificent boulevard that Emperor Franz Joseph built in the 1880s on the site of demolished city walls. Along the way, see Vienna’s majestic buildings, palaces and museums, including Schwarzenberg Square, the State Opera, Neue Burg (a part of the Hofburg), the building of Parliament and the History Museum. Pass beautiful public gardens and parks, enjoy panoramic views of the city, and listen as your guide tells you about the historical importance of each site.Next, head to Vienna´s southern border, where you can view Schönbrunn (the former summer residence of the imperial family) and its beautiful reservoir. After exploring the gardens and chateau on your own, you will return by bus to the center of the city for a tour of the Hofburg, the former imperial residence of Vienna. Then, take a guided tour of St Stephen´s Cathedral.After your guided tour, enjoy free time for lunch or shopping before enjoying a relaxing journey back to Prague.

$108.47 Cultural & Theme Tours

Prague Food by Foot Walking Tour with Food-loving local guide

Join us as we make a whirlwind tour of Prague’s food, drink, and cultural scene. This is more than just a food tour, this is a chance to get to know the people, the lifestyle, the history, and ups and downs of the city. It’s a cultural excursion set around good food, drink, and conviviality — just as a food tour should be!We’ll start things out right in a modern bistro with a knack for things homemade. A short walk through an up-and-coming neighbourhood in Prague will show us that even the parts outside the centre are well worth exploring and learning about, and will leave you wanting more food. Not to worry though, because before long we’ll be sitting in a modern classic Czech pub, enjoying a homemade soda or a lager paired with some traditional pub fare from locally sourced ingredients. This boozer is a great place to learn a bit about the history of the region and how seriously we take our beer. Although we love our pubs dearly, our next place is a mere stone’s throw away and we don’t want to keep it waiting. This restaurant/bakery was awarded the Bib Gourmand in the 2017 Michelin Guide, and they don’t disappoint. With a focus on homemade and homegrown, this place is a paradise for your tastebuds. They play with fermentation, wood-fire baking and roasting, as well as natural foods and herbs. Sound intriguing? You should taste it.Continuing along the old dusty path (possibly literally), we’ll have ourselves a quick digestif from a family-owned, all-natural distillery whose plums come from the environmentally protected region of the White Carpathians — a real taste of our Moravia region. Our feet will have a short break as we take public transit towards another stunning neighbourhood. There, we’ll have house-roasted coffee and cake at a cosy café before making our way to a beer garden in a park and catching a stunning view of our city that is to die for.

$121.42 Day Trips & Excursions

Day Trip from Prague to the UNESCO Towns of Trebic and Telc

After a pick up at 8 am from your hotel in Prague, board your comfortable air-conditioned minivan and begin your 2-hour trip through the Czech countryside. Head first for Třebíč, a town that dates back to the 11th century when the princes of Moravia founded a Benedictine monastery. Follow your guide on a walking tour of the town. Visit the UNESCO-listed, romanesque St. Procopius Basilica and explore the well-preserved Jewish Quarter, a potent reminder of the long coexistence of Jews and Christians. Next, take lunch in local restaurant where you can try typical Czech cuisine. After lunch, make a visit to the town of Telč, which was founded after the victory of the Prince of Moravia, Otto II against the Prince of Bohemia, Břetislav, in 1099. The UNESCO-listed historical center, bordered by ponds and gates, has maintained its distinctive image for centuries, since the times of Zachariáš of Hradec.After a day's exploration, head back to Prague and get dropped off back at your at your hotel at around 7:30pm.

$376.77 Transfers & Ground Transport

Private Transfer from Vienna to Prague

All our cars are clean and comfortable, with air-conditioning. The trip from Vienna to  Prague city center takes approx. 4 hours, depends on traffic. The pick-up point is any place in Vienna, hotel or airport or any bus and train station, and drop-off point is any place in Prague. If you are travelling by plane and pick-up place is Vienna airport, please write your flight number, the driver will check the flight information and will correct the pick-up time up to actual time of your arrival. You may choose the car from Standart class for 1-4 people or Van class for 1-7 people. Anyway the transfer and vehicle is provided for you only, NO SHUTTLE TRANSFER.  We work 24/7, includes all holidays.

$114.17 Tours & Sightseeing

Vienna, Prague: Private 12-Hour Guided City Tour, Hotel Pickup

The tour starts with pickup from your hotel/accommodation in Vienna. You will meet with your driver/guide at the pre-arranged time. As you travel through Moravia on your 4-hour trip to Czech Republic, enjoy the scenery of the historical Czech lands.The comprehensive walking tour of Prague with your experienced local guide consists of visiting the National Theater, Charles Bridge, the elegant residences lining the river, the Parisian street, the Jewish cemetery, the Wenceslas Square and the Old Town Square.Afterwards, you will have free to time explore the Old Town or shop independently. Make sure to sample a Czech brew and browse for souvenirs. For all beer lovers, don't miss opportunity to taste best beer in the world.Your tour concludes with smooth transportation back to your hotel/accommodation in Vienna.

$737.56 Multi-day & Extended Tours

3 Days trip from Prague to Moravia and surroundings

You will enjoy 3 full days of exploring the beautiful cities of the Czech Republic.Day One: After pick-up you at your hotel at 8:00 am will head to the city of Třebíč where you will enjoy a tour though the city and enjoy lunch in a local restaurant. The beginning of Třebíč are dated back to the 11th and 12th century, when the princes of Moravia founded a Benedictine monastery here. Třebíč was an important center of the Jewish culture in Moravia and the uniquely preserved Jewish ghetto is a silent memento to the coexistence of Jews and Christians. The Jewish quarter with a high urban density constitutes more than 120 houses, which are accompanied by buildings of former Jewish institutions – town hall, school, rabbinate and poorhouse.  Than move on to Tugendhat villa where we would like to inform you that a tour of this monument is so popular that it’s sold out 6 months in advance. In case of failure to provide tour to the villa will be inspected only from the outside.  After the tour, go to the village of Lednice which was inscribed on the UNESCO Heritage List in 1996. Here you will find your accommodation for the night, enjoy dinner in a local restaurant and visit of wine cellar which is important for this region.Day Two: After breakfast (around 9.00 am) you will go to visit the beautiful chateau of Lednice. The area of Lednice-Valtice, as one of the treasures of cultural and natural heritage, is along with its historical objects, garden architecture, ponds, and a network of cycling roads considered to be the largest manmade area in Europe. Have lunch in a typical Czech restaurant and relish the opportunity to try Czech cuisine.  After break lunch go to visit second chateau for Lednice-Valtice area. The first written mention about Valtice is from the January 10, 1193. This aristocratic residence has remained in the property of the Liechtensteins until 1945 and was their main representative place.After full-day exploring of chateaus will go to village Vranov where find the lovely accomodation and have a dinner in a local restaurant.Day Three: After breakfast (around 8.30 am), make a visit of Vranov Castle for a tour with a local guide. Vranov nad Dyjí is a chateau in the homonymic town of Vranov nad Dyjí in the South Moravia. It lies on the Dyje river, 3 km north from the Austrian border. t was built by the Dukes of Bohemia to defend the southern border of Moravia against raids from the neighbouring Austrian.  After the tour move to town of Telč where have a break and lunch. The historical center, enclosed with ponds and gates, has held its distinctive image for centuries, since the times of Zachariáš of Hradec. Last stop of the day be a chateau Červená Lhota which is a former fortress and was constructed in the middle of the 14th century. After all exploring will travel back to Prague, arriving there around 18.00.

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