Czech Tours & Travel

Take in the beauty of some of the most remarkable chateaux in the world, while exploring beautiful medieval towns with Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture. Attend the International Festival of Brass Band Music, tour a cave, visit a glass work factory and enjoy guided city tours in some of the most stunning cities in the Czech Republic.


• Luxury air conditioned motor coach
• Comfortable first class hotel accommodations with private facilities
• Breakfasts; lunches/snack or dinners (As per daily/hour itinerary in the “Travel Book”)
• All scheduled sightseeing & entrance fees, local taxes, music, parties & entertainment
• English speaking Tour guides
• Tour Guide Book with maps of Czech Republic and Prague & all you need to know before you go & during the tour



• Prague / Brno / Olomouc / Cesky Budejovice / Karlovy Vary
• 55th International Festival of Brass Band Music in Kolin
• Tour of 14th century Karlstejn royal castle
• "Moravian Carst" cave tour and underground boat ride
• UNESCO World Heritage site
• Crystal glass work factory
• Folklore Show



June 7 - 18:  $2,685  Land tour price per person based on double occupancy.

June 7 - 20:  $2,995  Land tour price per person based on double occupancy.

Booking by: February 10      Past due by: March 9       Request “Tour Registration Form” by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or calling us.



Monday arrivals are used as a guideline for this package, however, daily arrivals are available. Our Destination Specialists can provide you with a price for your preferred arrival date.

Day 1 – Thursday, June 7  
Depart your hometown and take an overnight flight across the Atlantic. Enjoy in-flight entertainment and meal service as you travel to start your vacation. (Airline tickets require separate purchase). 


Day 2 - Friday, June 8 (Overnights in Prague - 2 nights)
The tour starts today from your hotel in PRAGUE. Begin your afternoon with a walking tour featuring the 1,000-year-old Hradčany Castle area, with the former Royal Palace, the imposing St. Vítus Cathedral, and the colorful Golden Lane. Then proceed to the 14th century Charles Bridge, one of Prague's loveliest and most characteristic sights with its 16 arches and 30 statues. Continue to the Old T own Square, enclosed by Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo style buildings before viewing Týn Church and its magnificent towers, the unique Astronomical Clock, St. Nicholas Cathedral and Old Town Hall. Tonight, join your fellow travelers for a Welcome Dinner in the local restaurant. 


Day 3 – Saturday 9 
After breakfast we’ll departure to KOLÍN, to enjoy the 55th INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF BRASS BAND MUSIC dedicated to the famous Czech composer & musician František Kmoch. Every year more than 3,000 musicians from all over Europe participate in this huge celebration. A great opportunity for picture and video taking. 


Day 4 – Sunday 10  (Overnights in Brno - 3 nights)
After breakfast we’ll to depart to Kolin for a short stop to enjoy some of the Brass band concerts at the main square. PM continue to visit St. Barbora Cathedral and city center in KUTNA HORA. Later PM arrival to Capital of Moravia - BRNO. Free time.


Day 5 - Monday 11 
This morning we’ll depart BRNO to KROMĚŘÍŽ. In 1777, this town, located in Central Moravia became the seat of the bishops of Olomouc. The splendid Kroměříž chateau and its beautiful gardens are considered an especially attractive and well-preserved example of Baroque palatial and garden design. They played an important role in the development of Central European Baroque architecture of gardens and palaces. Guided city tour of adjoining colonnade and beautiful gardens. Free time for lunch. PM continue to OLOMOUC-a royal town since 1253. Olomouc - the oldest and the largest historical town protected by monument reserve in the Czech Republic after Prague - is full of precious monuments and landmarks. Olomouc is the Czech Republic's fifth city in terms of population, but is second in terms of history and architecture. The 2nd largest historic preservation zone, 2nd oldest university, 2nd of the two astronomical clocks, 2nd tallest cathedral spire and 2nd oldest monastery, all find their home in Olomouc and along with Prague, it's the 2nd of the old medieval capitals (of Bohemia and Moravia). But there are also lots of firsts, the largest pipe organ in Central Europe with 10400 pipes, the country's only Archdiocese Museum, and the largest baroque sculpture in Europe; the UNESCO - listed Holy Trinity Column. The Upper Square, surrounded by magnificent palaces, is dominated by the Holy Trinity Column (on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List) and by the Renaissance Town Hall with its Astronomical Clock and tower. The historical center is adorned with valuable ecclesiastical buildings, a number of Baroque fountains and twisting lanes. The center is enveloped by the remains of fortifications built by the Empress Maria Theresa, and exquisite park. Guided city tour - View the unique Orloj Clock; most significant Cathedral of St. Wenceslas from 1109.


Day 6 - Tuesday 12 

After breakfast depart to BLANSKO - tour the “Moravian Carst” caves, ride a boat on the underground river Punkva & with cable car on the top of Macocha Abyss for a fascinating view of the region. PM, guided city tour including: Church of St. Jacob, Vegetable market, Cathedral of Ss. Peter & Paul; Spilberg Castle area, city center and more. Rest of the day at leisure in BRNO.


Day 7 - Wednesday 13  (Overnights in Ceske Budejovice - 3 nights)
After breakfast we’ll depart BRNO. Driving through beautiful countryside will take us to TELČ with it’s remarkable historical center and local Chateau. Free time for lunch and souvenir shopping. PM continue to South Bohemian Metropolis - CESKE BUDEJOVICE


Day 8 - Thursday 14
AM tour of the city center with its magnificent square, one of the largest in Europe. It is lined with Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque houses with arcades and Samson’s Fountain in its center (from1727). After lunch time we’ll tour the Budweiser/Budvar brewery. The rest of the day ate leisure.


Day 9 - Friday 15
After breakfast depart for day trip to medieval town of ČESKÝ KRUMLOV, the jewel of South Bohemia which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site universally recognized as an unique remnant of historic urbanism. The old town preserves, virtually intact and still vital, an unparalleled ensemble of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque structures. Among the attractions is the second largest castle complex in the Czech Republic, the oldest working Baroque theater in Europe and an open-air theater with a revolving auditorium. Guided city tour followed by free time for leisure / shopping of beautiful Bohemian Garnets or a chance to visit the chateau or further explore the town.


Add on Option: Extend your trip - Two additional nights in PRAGUE.

Day 10 - Saturday 16 (Overnights in Prague - 2 nights)
This morning we leave South Bohemia for visiting the NIŽBOR glassworks where you can witness manufacturing of an extensive range of cut 24% leaded crystal in a wide variety of decorations from the simple to extreme complex and decorations with gilt, hand painting and sandblasting. Visiting the local shop store for bargain crystal shopping. PM continue to KARLŠTEJN to visit the castle. Later PM continue to our hotel in PRAGUE. Evening is reserved for our most popular DINNER PARTY with FOLK PROGRAM full of MUSIC, DANCE and lots of FUN! 


Day 11 - Sunday 17 
Trip to KARLOVY VARY. The city was founded by the Bohemian King Charles the IV. in the 14th century. The town has been recapturing its former glory with its Baroque and Art Nouveau buildings being restored and people rediscovering all the town has to offer. Tour of colonnade and taste the water from the 12 curative thermal mineral springs. Admire the beauty of both the historic and modern colonnades. Rest of the afternoon at leisure in Prague.


Day 12 - Monday 18
After breakfast, your tour ends this morning, leaving you with pleasant memories of a wonderful vacation.


Add on Option: Extend your trip, Two additional nights in PRAGUE (Require to “czech” sign in box on “Registration Form”)


Day 12 - Monday 18
AM tour the VYŠEHRAD - The fortress was originally built in the 10th century. Local legend holds that Vyšehrad was the location of the first settlement which would later become Prague. Situated within the castle is the Cathedral of Saint Paul & Peter, as well as the Vyšehrad cemetery also known as Slavín, the final resting place of many composers, artists, sculptors, writers, and those from the world of science and politics such as: Antonín Dvořák, Božena Němcová, and others. Transfer to Petřín hill for a chance to visit a replica of the Eiffel tower. Transfer by funicular to the bottom of the hill to visit nearby church known for a little statue of Infant Jesus of Prague. Walk over the Charles Bridge for boat cruise on the Vltava river and visit Charles Bridge Museum. Rest of the day at leisure.


Day 13 - Tuesday 19
Enjoy a free day to further explore the sights of PRAGUE, or perhaps indulge in last minute shopping. There is music available everywhere and you may enjoy a concert. Perhaps, you’ll like to visit with friends, relatives or visit your ancestral village - we can arrange for you an English speaking driver who will take you there.


Day 13 - Wednesday 20
After breakfast, your tour ends this morning, leaving you with pleasant memories of a wonderful vacation.


*Subject to change

An additional extended stay possible. Airline ticket arrangement available upon request at time of booking.