Is it going to be a bus trip to the Czech Republic this time? With a group or with a rented bus? – that’s the question here!
The Czech Republic is one of the tourist gems of Central Europe. It was one of the most significant and most beautiful province of the Habsburg Monarchy.
Its culture and architecture was affected greatly by this historic era.
Its capital city, Prague, was the sixth most visited city in Europe in 2011 regarding tourism. The most important economic section of the country’s income is tourism, that’s why we can expect a really high standard of travel-services in the Czech Republic.
The old town of Prague (Staré Město) is part of the UNESCO World Heritage with its stunning architectural masterpieces. The most enjoyable time you can spend in the city is the monumental Czech Beer Festival, held for 17 days every year in May.
Since the Czech Republic is also the home of beer, they hold beer festivals in several larger cities: Pilsner Fest in Plzeň, the Olomoucký Pivní Festival in Olomouc, or the Slavnosti Piva v Českých Budějovicích festival in České Budějovice.
If you go to Prague, you should definitely visit Čestlice, in which there is the largest water park in Central-Europe.
Other than Prague the cities of Karlovy Vary, Mariánské Lázně and Františkovy Lázně are also popular. With their splendid spas they attract lots of tourists from time to time.
The lovers of history can also admire special, old castles in the Czech Republic: the castle of Karlštejn, the Český Krumlov castle, the castle in Bechyně, the Bouzov castle, the famous Josefov (Jaroměř) fortress, the castle ruins of Dívci Kámen, and so on!
Here you can find the Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape, as well which is also the part of the World Heritage. It’s famous for having 15 cathedrals declared as basilicas by the Pope.
Other UNESCO treasures in the Czech Republic:
• The historical centre of Český Krumlov • The historical centre of Telč • The Pilgrimage Church of Saint John of Nepomuk at Zelená Hora • The historical centre of Kutná Hora • The village of Holašovice • The castle of Kroměříž • The castle of Litomyšl • The Holy Trinity Column in Olomouc • Villa Tugendhat in Brno • The jewish quarter of Třebič and the St. Procopius Basilica
You can also visit the Giant Mountains (called Krkonoše in czech), which is a part of the border between Poland and the Czech Republic, and is also a nature reserve (biosphere reserve acknowledged by the UNESCO). Wonderful programs for those who like mountains.
The Czech Republic is also the home of marionette puppets and puppet shows. These handmade works of art can also serve as beautiful gifts.
If you’re interested, the spectacles of the Czech Republic are just an arm’s length away! With a rented minibus, the trip over there and back will be comfortable and full of experience. We will help you already with the itinerary planning phase. And our drivers will make your Bohemian vacation worry-free with their great local-knowledge and language skills.
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