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$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.

$65.08 Transfers & Ground Transport

Private Transfer to Telc from Prague

Meet your private driver at your centrally located Prague hotel or Prague Airport and enjoy a worry free private transfer to Telč from Prague. Your journey will conclude at your centrally located Telč hotel.Kick back and relax on your ride from Prague to Telč. Travel with up to 7 people in your group on a comfortable vehicle and discover the scenery on your ride from Prague to Telč.

$401.27 Private & Custom Tours

Private 2-Day UNESCO Sites Tour from Prague Including Sedlec, Kutná Hora, Trebic, Telc, and Zelená Hora

Day 1: Prague - Sedlec - Kutna Hora - Žďár nad Sázavou (Zelena Hora) - TřebíčAfter 8am hotel pickup in Prague, meet your guide, and settle inside your private, air-conditioned minivan, equipped with chilled water and WiFi.After a roughly 1-hour journey, arrive in Sedlec, and visit the town’s cathedral and ossuary. Head inside the ossuary to survey its famous furnishings and chandeliers, all made from the bones of more than 40,000 people.Next, continue into UNESCO-listed Kutná Hora, a prosperous silver mining town in medieval times. Here, visit the spectacular St. Barbara’s Church, dedicated to the patron saint of miners, and admire the Church of St. Jacob, dating from 1420. After a traditional Czech lunch, travel to Zelená Hora, the site of the extraordinary Church of St. John of Nepomuk, the 14th-century saint of Bohemia. Wander around the 5-pointed star-shaped complex, learning how it was built by the famous 18th-century Czech architect, Jan Santini-Aichel.Then, venture into Ždár nad Sázavou, and visit another Santini-Aichel masterpiece: Ždár Chateau. Rebuilt by Santini-Aichel in the early 1700s, this baroque gem was once a 12th-century Cistercian monastery. See the main church, prelature, dormitories, well chapel, and fishponds, and learn about the monks' daily lives as you explore.Finish with a drop-off at a quaint guesthouse, and after dinner at a local restaurant, enjoy the evening independently. Overnight: Guesthouse in Ždár nad Sázavou areaDay 2: Třebíč - Telč - Červená Lhota - PragueAfter breakfast, leave at around 9am for Třebíč, home to one of Europe’s best-preserved old Jewish quarters. This West Moravian town was founded in the 12th century when a Benedictine monastery was established here.Explore the UNESCO-protected Jewish quarter, with its narrow lanes, synagogues, and cemetery, and learn how it testifies to the co-existence of Jewish and Christian communities. Continue to the chateau of Červená Lhota, a converted fortress with a recorded history dating to 1465. Admire the picture-perfect building set on a lake, and after a break for lunch, drive to Telč, famous for its Italian Renaissance architecture. Stretch your legs on a tour of Telč's UNESCO-listed old town, viewing highlights like the pretty cobbled square, framed by pastel-painted houses. Legend says Telč was founded when the Moravian prince Otto II won a battle against Břetislav, Prince of Bohemia, in 1099. Your tour concludes with an early evening drop-off at your Prague hotel or a central Prague location of your choice.

$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.

$138.15 Cultural & Theme Tours

Day Trip from Prague to the UNESCO Towns of Trebic and Telc and a renaissance gem - Telc castle

We will start at the hotel at 8 am. After approx 2 hours of journey in air conditioned minivan through Czech countryside we will arrive to the town named Třebíč. Třebíč is one of the Czech places of interest in UNESCO Lists of World Heritage. Třebíč was founded in 11th century when Moravian Dukes established here a Benedictine Monastery. We will tour the St. Procopius Basilica from outside and have an excursion in well-preserved Jewish Quarter with a guide. Jewish Quarter is a memorial of coexistence of Jews and Christians. After lunch in the local restaurant we will ride to the town of Telc. Telc was founded after the victory of the Moravian Duke Otto II. over the Czech Duke Břetislav in 1099. Telc has a historical center which was also added to the UNESCO Lists of World Heritage. Telc still has its unique look created by Zacharias of Hradec and that look was preserved through centuries to present day. You will visit a Renaissance pearl – Telc Castle with guide.. After finishing the visit of Telc Castle, we will return to Prague, approximately at 07:30 PM.

$307.13 Cultural & Theme Tours


ItineraryDay 1: Prague - Třeboň via Slavonice and Telč, amazing UNESCO Heritage sites. Of course with fantastic food during the journeyStop At: Renaissance Townhouses at Slavonice, Slavonice, South Bohemian Region, BohemiaBeautiful and charming Renaissance town of Slavonice. In mediaeval times this stunning town, with its amazing centre wilth lots of historical houses from the 14th-16th centuriesDuration: 2 hoursStop At: Historic Centre of Telc, Telc, Vysocina Region, MoraviaAnother famous Renaissance town, Telč, a UNESCO World Heritage SiteDuration: 2 hoursStop At: Trebon Chateau, Trebon, South Bohemian Region, BohemiaTřeboň, a fairytale historical town, founded in the middle of the 12th century. Currently, Třeboň is a South Bohemian tourist and spa centre with lots of romantic fish ponds surrounding the city.Duration: 4 hoursMeals included: • Lunch: Three-course tasting lunch in a cosy local restaurant near Telč with big selection of local beers or amazing Czech wines • Dinner: Evening three courses tasting dinner in a beautiful fish restaurant with famous local beer or winesAccommodation included: Accommodation is arranged in a cosy and charming small local boutique hotel nearbyDay 2: Hluboká Castle, Český Krumlov and Holašovice village - three amazing UNESCO sites in South Bohemia with tasting lunchStop At: Hluboka Nad Vltavou Castle, Hluboka nad Vltavou, South Bohemian Region, BohemiaAmazing neo-Gothic chateau Hluboká Castle, considered to be one of the most amazing castles in the Czech Republic. Located in a stunning park and with richly decorated interiors, this will be one of the highlights of this trip.Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Historic Center of Cesky Krumlov, Cesky Krumlov, South Bohemian Region, BohemiaČeský Krumlov. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a lively, cosmopolitan town with a unique atmosphere surrounded by unspoiled countryside. Duration: 4 hoursStop At: Holasovice, Ceske Budejovice, South Bohemian Region, BohemiaHolašovice, a small historic village. The village was deserted after the Second World War, allowing its mediaeval plan and vernacular buildings in the South Bohemian Folk or Rural Baroque style to remain intact. It was restored and repopulated from 1990, and it was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998Duration: 45 minutesMeals included: • Breakfast: Amazing breakfast in Třeboň, stunning South Bohemian city • Lunch: Three-course tasting lunch in a charming restaurant in the middle of amazing Český KrumlovNo accommodation included on this day.