Prague tours and day trips


Karlstejn Castle

The most outstanding medieval castle founded and built between 1348-1355 A.D. by Emperor Charles IV. as a depository for the Empire coronation jewels and state documents. 

Konopiste Castle

A lovely hunting castle, built in the 14th century, rebuilt in the 19th century, housing fascinating collections of historical weapons, furniture, paintings and tapestries. The castle is located 50 km from Prague.

Krivoklat Castle

Today´s building is from the late 13th century. It was enlarged and fortified at the end of the 14th century. Thanks to all these renovations and additional buildings, the castle shows all phases of  the Gothic style. The castle is situated 50 km from Prague.

Kutna Hora

Kutna Hora became, after Prague, the second most important town of the kingdom Bohemia in the Middle Ages. Kutna Hora was declared a world heritage and since then has been protected by UNESCO.
The town is located 70 km from Prague.

Cesky Sternberk

An impressive castle above the river Sazava. The castle features rich stucco decorations and unique collection of weapons.The castle is situated 50 kilometers from Prague.

Cesky Krumlov

the medieval town in the charming South Bohemian countryside that has still retained its medieval nature. The town is called the pearl of Bohemia. Its historic centre was listed in the 1992 UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List. The town is dominated by two national cultural landmarks - the castle and the Gothic church of St.Vitus. Cesky Krumlov is situated 170 km from Prague.

Karlovy Vary

Famous spa town located in Western Bohemia gained its reputation thanks to discovery of hot mineral springs the history of which originates in the Middle Ages.The town is situated about 130 km from Prague.


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