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On these group trips (maximum of 19 people) I cooperate with a reliable business partner, who organizes such trips on regular basis, with his own buses (Mercedes Benz Sprinter or Iveco buses  with A/C) and his guides. The guide always speak English, sometimes there is a combination of English and other language if there are more people on the tour who speak other language than English. They come to pick you up at your hotel (if desired, otherwise you will come to their meeting place) and on the way back you are dropped off close to the bottom of the Wenceslas Square (Na Prikope street), in the city centre.

The group trips vs. private trips - they are different in few aspects we would like to mention so you know what to expect. On group trips go more people, the time is limited, the guide must keep the schedule, you cannot change the pace, and you may not have many chances for questions, etc... But it is surely a good way how to see a place for a lower price, and morover, you can meet other travelers and share your experience!

You will receive a voucher from us (with a confirmed pick-up time) and you will pay directly to the guide on the day of the trip. They accept payments in CZK (cash or CC). Please take the voucher with you.

   

Join a group trip
(maximum of 19 people)
price per person !
(Children/student discounts possible)

 1. Kutna Hora (UNESCO site) and Sedlec Ossuary
Winter season 3.11.2016 - 31.3.2017
Daily (except 24.12.2016) at 12:30 p.m., 5 ½ hours (bus, group guide, entrance fees included)
990 CZK pp
Summer season 1.4.2017 - 31.10.2017
Daily at 1 p.m., 5 ½ hours (bus, group guide, entrance fees included)
990 CZK pp
 2. Terezin
Winter season 3.11.2016 - 31.3.2017
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday except 24. and 26.12.2016 at   9 a.m.
1 150 CZK pp
Summer season 1.4.2017 - 31.10.2017
Daily at 9 a.m., 5 hours (bus, group guide, entrance fees included)
1 150 CZK pp
 3. Karlovy Vary/Carlsbad spa town and Moser Glass Factory
Winter season 3.11.2016 - 31.3.2017
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday except 24.12.2016 at 9:15 a.m., 9 ½ hours
1 690 CZK pp
Summer season 1.4.2017 - 31.10.2017
Daily at 8:45 a.m., 9 ½ hours
(bus, group guide, lunch, entrance fees to Moser Glass Factory)
1 690 CZK pp
 4. Cesky Krumlov (UNESCO site)
Winter season 3.11.2016 - 31.3.2017
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday at 9 a.m. (bus, group guide, entrance fee to Castle Museum + lunch)
2 090 CZK pp
Summer season 1.4.2017 - 31.10.2017
Daily at 8:45 a.m., 11 hours
(bus, group guide, entrance fees (1 route)+ lunch included)
2 090 CZK pp
 5. Karlstejn castle
Winter season 3.11.2016 - 31.3.2017
Saturday, Sunday at 9:30 a.m., 5 hours (bus, group guide, entrance fee to 1st route included)
890 CZK pp
Summer season 1.4.2017 - 31.10.2017
Thursday, Saturday. Departure: 9:00 a.m., 4 ½ hours (bus, group guide, entrance fee to 1st route included)
890 CZK pp
 6. Konopiste castle
Winter season 3.11.2016 - 31.3.2017
890 CZK pp
Summer season 1.4.2017 - 31.10.2017
Sunday at 8:45 a.m., 4 ½ hours (bus, entrance fees included)
890 CZK pp
 7. Velke Popovice - KOZEL brewery (Pilsner Urquell brand)  
Winter season 3.11.2016 - 31.3.2017
Friday, Saturday at 2:00 p.m., 4 hours
690 CZK pp
Summer season 1.4.2017 - 31.10.2017
Tuesday, Friday, Saturday at 2:00 p.m., 4 hours (incl. entrance fee + beer tasting )
690 CZK pp
 8. Vienna - UNESCO
Summer season 1.4.2017 - 31.10.2017
Monday, Saturday at 8:45 a.m., 14 hours (bus, group guide, incl. Map of Vienna, 10% discount for BigBus Tour
2800 CZK pp
 9. Dresden, GERMANY
Winter season 3.11.2016 - 31.3.2017
Wednesday, Saturday at 9:00 a.m., 11 hours (bus, group guide + Zwinger gallery)
1750 CZK pp
Summer season 1.4.2017 - 31.10.2017
Tuesday,Thursday, Friday at 8:45 a.m., 11 hours (bus, group guide)
1750 CZK pp
   
Cesky Krumlov

Ceský Krumlov, medieval town in Southern Bohemia has kept its almost fairy-tale charm until today and by right is registered at UNESCO heritage list. Historical centre is created by narrow and bended little streets with number of gothic, renaissance and baroque houses that originated as mansions of noblemen families - the Rožmberks, the Schwarzenbergs and the Eggenbergs. You will walk through the town accompanied by our guide and you also will have a lunch in a medieval tavern. A visit of local castle is included. This second largest Czech castle is equipped by historical furniture, full of art, tapiseries and richly decorated weapons.

Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad) is the most famous town spa in the Czech Republic. Its history goes back to 14th century, the time of Charles IV. Such celebrities as Russian tsar Peter the Great or world-famous poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe praised healing effects of the town's local mineral springs. This town and spa has been popular also with the production of world-famous Bohemian crystal Moser, with local china production known as Karlovarský porcelán (porcelain of Karlovy Vary) and with production of delicious herb spirit Becherovka. The guide will accompany you for a walk in the town centre. You will see e.g. Vřídlo (Giant Spring) which is the most famous spring in Karlovy Vary. It spews into the height of almost 17 meters. After lunch you can choose from two program alternatives - either to enjoy your free time and go for another walk in this beautiful town or you can have a swim in an outdoor swimming pool. If so, then please do not forget your swimming costumes and towels!

Karlovy Vary
Kozel brewery

Kozel Brewery – Velke Popovice

Not far away from Prague, Kozel Brewery is waiting for you to show you the history of the most exported beer – Kozel - dating back to 1874.
Your guide will lead you trough the picturesque courtyard to the historical building of Kozel Brewery and show you the history of brewery since its very foundation by Ringhoffer family. You´ll see the process of beer brewing and the ingredients which make this beer unique. You´ll visit the bottling and barrelling room and taste unfiltered, unpasteurized Kozel on tap.
For those who fall in love with our beer we recommend to join our Beer Experience tour upon your arrival from Brewery and continue with exploring a wide variety of Czech beers.

Karlstejn is one of the most visited Czech castles. It was built by Emperor Charles IV. in 1348 -1355. Karlstejn served as a depository of royal and empire jewels and coronation jewels and also as an archive of state documents. This gothic castle with enchanting monumental architecture is located about 38 km southwest of Prague. After climbing a hill you will do an hour sight-seeing of Karlštejn castle interiors. The guide will introduce you to both the history of this castle and life of Charles IV., his time and culture.

Karlstejn
Konopiste
The glorious Konopiste Castle, formal seat of Habsbourg throne successor Frantisek Ferdinand d'Este originated in 14th century. It was bought by F. F. d'Este in 1887. This nobleman used the mansion as his family residence until his death in Sarajevo which started the World War I. In castle interiors there are not only Ferdinand's large art collections, numerous statues and pictures on St.George's theme but you can also admire one of the world's most extensive collection of historic weapons.

The former military fort Terezin built in 18th century by Emperor Joseph II. is inherently connected with the history of World War II. Better known as the Big Fort - the town of Terezín itself was used as a transit camp of Jews from the whole Europe and in the same time during visit of International Red Cross Organization it was misused for Nazi propaganda purposes. The Small Fort Terezín was a cruel prison of Gestapo – the Reich's secret police.

Terezin
 

Kutna Hora, a medieval centre of silver-mining was the second richest town of the Czech Kingdom. The variety of Kutná Hora architectural monuments and its well preserved structure of town centre reflect its ancient fame and wealth until present. You will visit the gothic church of St. Barbara and the Italian Court - originally a Royal Mint. You can admire other beautiful gothic, renaissance and baroque burgher houses or the unique stone dwell from 15th century. You also will visit one of the most interesting burial places in the world called Kostnice (Bone church) in a small nearby village Sedlec. This chapel is decorated by more than 40 000 human bones, including e.g. a chandelier or a crest of noble family Schwarzenberg. Kutná Hora town is registered at UNESCO heritage list since 1995. Including entrance fees to: St.Barbora's church, Italian Court and Royal Mint and Bone chapel in Sedlec.

Kutna Hora  - St. Barbara's Church
 

Dresden, Germany To all of you who like to see the hilly landscape of České Středohoří and want to visit a country of our neighbours, we offer a trip to Dresden. From a fisherman village Dresden grew up to a spa and a royal residence and later it became the capital of Saxony. Galleries of Zwinger and Albertinum, churches like Hofkirche or Frauenkirche or Semper's Opera belong to the most important sights of Dresden. During the 2nd World War the city was completely destroyed by massive bombardment but again renovated and rebuilt. The trip includes a ticket to the famous Baroque palace of Zwinger situated in downtown. Nowadays it serves as a picture gallery with such works like Sixtin's Lady or paintings by Rembrandt and other important and famous artists.
Dresden