As the largest medieval castle in Europe, the Prague Castle has been the focal point of Prague for over a thousand years. The unique complex of palaces, cathedrals and other buildings with diverse architecture offers a cross-section of Czech history. You can experience the aura of Kings, Queens, and Emperors who have lived in these rooms. Largest castle complex in the world according to Guinness Book of Records.
The Royal Canonry of Premonstratensians at Strahov Monastery is one of the oldest monasteries in the world and has been a working monastery since its foundation in 1143. The Library, not open to the general public, houses some of the most beautiful artefacts of our time. These dramatic fresco’s, and awe inspiring rooms, have been the backdrop to many Hollywood movies, let them be the backdrop to your next event.
Český Krumlov, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a lively, cosmopolitan medieval town with a unique atmosphere surrounded by unspoiled countryside. Dominated by a Castle stretching over the meandering Vltava River, the city’s narrow cobblestone streets wind along romantic nooks between patrician houses where you'll find attractive exhibits of renowned artists, medieval pubs, cosy coffee shops, or ancient taverns.
The boats built in the best tradition of the end of 19th century allow you to sail through the so called Prague Venice – a picturesque river canal called Čertovka, and under the glorious Charles Bridge vaulted over the Vltava River. Enjoy this pleasant experience either in summer or winter, as all boats are heated and roofed. During the winter cruise, hot drinks will be provided, much colder beer offered in the summer.
Experience Prague’s magical charm after nightfall. At night, when the buildings are lit up and the stars act as a miraculous backdrop for this enchanted city, you can admire spectacular views of the ancient palaces and modern architecture, walk through the romantic cobblestone streets of the Old Town or discover mysteries of Prague Castle, all in a company of professional guides.
Food is one of the best ways to connect with Czech culture. Go beyond the regular sightseeing and enjoy the real gourmet experience of Prague. Our guides will share their love for food with you by taking you to the finest eateries in the city and providing interesting local information. Throughout the tour, you will taste the authentic local food, beer, wine and spirits of excellent quality and discover hidden foodie favorites.
Visit a place that bore silent witness to events that few could imagine today! Like the entire fortified town, the Small Fortress in Terezín was built at the end of the 18th century. Terezín originated as a defence against the Prussian forces during the Prussian-Austrian War. Following their occupation of Czechoslovakia the Nazis soon noticed the suitability of the Small Fortress and indeed the whole of Terezín for their inhuman plans.
Karlovy Vary is famous for its mineral springs hidden in gracious colonnades, remarkable architecture, green parks and peaceful atmosphere. The city was founded in the 14th century by Roman Emperor Charles IV. and for centuries enjoyed the favour of noble families. On a full day tour you will discover gems of the city as well as the 13th spring – famous Becher liquor or the art of Moser glass hand making.
Segway tour is one of the most exciting ways to see Prague! It is absolutely perfect for groups as it combines a tour through the history of the city, group interaction, and is extremely fun! Enjoy fascinating journey through the streets of Prague, a city filled with beautiful sites and photo opportunities. You'll be sure to enjoy your ride on board one of the most fascinating machines in the world.