Český Krumlov: Private Day Trip from Prague
Český Krumlov: Private Day Trip from Prague
From CZK 9500 for 2 people. Additional person surcharge CZK 450. Maximum 7 people. /includes private transportation Prague  - Český Krumlov - Prague  and  Český Krumlov private tour up to 2 hours
  • Explore the beautifully preserved historic center of Cesky Krumlov in the Czech Republic with a private guide.
  • Wander around Krumlov Castle
  • Enjoy lunch and beer at a local pub or restaurant (meal costs are your responsibility).
  • Sightsee at your own pace, with flexibility for added attractions!
As a bonus you can choose to visit also: Český Krumlov Castle interiors: Follow 1-hour guided castle tour in English (please note, only group tours of the castle are permitted) Surcharge CZK 280 per person. Ceske Budejovice: the city of Czech Budweiser beer Hluboka castle: one of the most romantic castles in the Czech Republic or Holasovice: UNESCO protected south Bohemian village Highlights
  • Spend a day discovering South Bohemia
  • Visit Cesky Krumlov, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
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Gems of South Bohemia
Gems of South Bohemia
The price is for 2 people and includes: Transportation, English guide/driver service. Surcharge for every additional person is CZK 500. Maximum 6 people.
Not included: Admission to Hluboka castle and lunch.
Duration: 6 hours     Usual timing: Leave Český Krumlov at 9AM and return back around 3PM.
A day trip to Trebon, Hluboka Castle and Holasovice UNESCO protected site.
First part of the trip leads through enjoyable Soth Bohemian landscape to  the lakes area around a picturesque village of Trebon takes about 45 minutes. This part of South Bohemia is an idyllic park in which meadows and solitary oaks are mixed with deep woods, fields and sweeping lakes. The region began to flourish around the fortified towns of Trebon in the 13th century. Trebon reached its peak as centers of culture and commerce in the 16th century under the wealthy Rozmberk family. This unique old times picturesque little town is nowadays spa town and the center of Bohemian fishfarming industry.  Local beer has been produced in Trebon since 14th century, nowadays brand is called Regent. The exceptionally preserved historical core of the old town square, Trebon castle and former Augustinian Monastery, with its position on the banks of the Svět fishpond is a true South Bohemian jewel. Just before lunch time, we leave Trebon for Hluboka. Our journey continues through striking South Bohemian countryside and villages to reach the gem of the Czech castles, Hluboka castle - a piece of Windsor England in the middle of South Bohemia, which got its present appearance in the 19th century after a Neo-Gothic reconstruction. Hluboka Castle was originally founded as a guardian castle in the middle of the 13th century by Bohemian kings. The castle owes its current appearance to the Schwarzenberg family and is often described as the most beautiful Czech castle. Let's join one of group tours to the Hluboka castle representation rooms. The walls and ceilings of the interiors are richly decorated with wood carvings and covered in fine wood.  Some rooms are decorated with paintings by 16th to 18th century European masters, chandeliers, stained glass windows and Delft pottery. The tour takes about 1 hour and it is the only way for visitors to get to see the castle interiors. Our day ends with a stroll through Holasovice village, a UNESCO protected site, which is about 45 minute drive from Hluboka castle. This village keeps its local character since 19th century and it is a unique example of very local South Bohemian architecture.   Looking for something else? Send us a request here.
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Trebon &Telc &Slavonice UNESCO Sites Tour
Trebon &Telc &Slavonice UNESCO Sites Tour
Price is up to 2 people Surcharge for additional person is CZK 500. Maximum 6 people 8 hours  155 miles/240 km 9AM till 5PM Visit three UNESCO protected sites within one day. Travel through striking South Bohemian countryside and former iron curtain forbidden zones. Our first stop is at Trebon, which is a small spa town with a well-preserved historic centre.Trebon is surrounded by a unique system of fishponds and artificial canals, designated as UNESCO World Heritage site. From Trebon we continue to Telč, UNESCO protected historical heritage town. Telč's square houses are the most remarkable example of Renaissance architecture in Central Europe. The last but not least is the stroll through a true 16th century Renaissance jewel and off the beaten path village of Slavonice. Highlights of this trip are tasting of Trebon Regent beer, lunch with locals in Telč and a perfect souvenir from this trip – local folk colourful whimsical ceramics from Maříž, Slavonice. [kad_youtube url="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijaPSX2l-58" width=650 height=350 maxwidth=850 ]
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