Marvel at the beautiful UNESCO protected historic center of Prague including fabulous Prague castle
Admire medieval UNESCO fairy tale town of Cesky Krumlov
Enjoy the Moravian hidden jewels of UNESCO heritage towns Telc and Trebic
Visit one of the oldest towns in Czechia - Kutna Hora with its famous Sedlec Ossuary and the Cathedral of St. Barbara
Discover unique 7 UNESCO sites with local guide in small group
Private tour 2-20 people
CZECHIA UNESCO TOUR – 7 UNESCO Sites in 6 Days
Enjoy this unique tour which will allow you to visit 7 best UNESCO heritage sites in Czechia in just 6 days. Start in marvellous Prague, where you can admire history of the Prague Castle or the Charles bridge. Walk over the Old town and Wenceslas square and take a boat ride on the Vltava River. Continue to Český Krumlov, a picturesque and romantic town with meandering Vltava River and impressive castle. Leave Bohemia behind and visit the three Moravian jewels – Telč, Třebíč and Zelená Hora, places full of history and great architecture but also spirituality. End your journey in Kutná Hora and visit one of the most remarkable gothic cathedrals in the Central Europe.
DAY 1: PRAGUE
Arrival to Prague. Before evening orientation with your Tour Director and your travel mates you will have an opportunity to explore Prague’s historic centre on your own. Evening welcome dinner and orientation.
Check in at your hotel in the city centre
DAY 2: PRAGUE - HISTORICAL CENTRE
Guided tour through UNESCO historical centre - National Museum, Wenceslas square, Old town square with the oldest functioning Astronomical clock in the World – Pařížská street –boat cruise with a beautiful view over the banks of the Vltava River in the evening light.
Guided walking tour through UNESCO historical centre - National Museum, Wenceslas square, Old town square with the oldest functioning Astronomical clock in the world – Pařížská street
Boat cruise on the Vltava River with dinner
DAY 3: FROM PRAGUE TO HOLAŠOVICE AND ČESKÝ KRUMLOV
Morning walk through the beautiful Charles Bridge – cable car to the Petřín hill (with a great view over Prague) – Prague Castle (all on the left bank of the Vltava River)
Afternoon – transfer to Český Krumlov with stop in the village of Holašovice, another UNESCO listed location. Marvel at and learn about the village’s picturesque architecture, which is called Peasant Baroque. Spend some time wandering around the village, watching the locals going about their day and imagining what life was like here throughout the course of history.
Walking tours through the beautiful Charles Bridge towards Prague Castle, Petřín Hill, Kampa Island
Visit of Holašovice
Transfer to Český Krumlov
DAY 4: ČESKÝ KRUMLOV, TELČ AND TŘEBÍČ - 3 UNESCO JEWELS
Morning visit of the city centre nestled in the meandering Vltava River, protected as an UNESCO heritage site – cobblestone streets, charming small houses, traditional market, visit of the Castle and the gardens.
From Český Krumlov we will head to Telč, a fairy tale town situated in the Moravia. The town center has been inscribed on the UNESCO Heritage List in 1992 and it represents a great architectural jewel. The history of this laid-back town dates to the 12th century but after the big fire, which hit the town in the 16th century, the whole city centre had to be renovated again. And so, a Telč Château and beautiful renaissance and baroque houses with arcades and richly decorated gables has been built at the main square.
Transfer to UNESCO town Třebíč, tour in Třebíč Jewish Quarter and the Basilica which are an example of the close co-existence of Christian and Jewish culture in Třebíč from the Middle Ages until the 20th century. The Basilica of St. Procopius was originally built as a part of the Benedictine monastery in the early 13th century and it was influenced by the Western European ideas in its construction.
Walking tour in Český Krumlov: cobblestone streets, charming small houses, main square, visit of the Castle
Walking tour around the town Telč
Walking tour around the town Třebíč
DAY 5: MEDIWAL TOWN KUTNÁ HORA AND THE PILGRIMAGE CHURCH OF SAINT JOHN OF NEPOMUK
Our first destination on fifth day will be another UNESCO Wolrd Heritage site – the Pilgrimage Church of Saint John of Nepomuk on the Zelená Hora. It is another Moravian jewel. The church was constructed in honour of St. John of Nepomuk, the Czech martyr who was drowned in the Vltava river because he refused to divulge the secrets of the confessional.
From there we will continue to another UNESCO jewel of Czechia – Kutná Hora. During our visit we will firstly visit The Sedlec Ossuary which is truly a unique and impressive bone church. The Cathedral of the Assumption of Our Lady and St John the Baptist in Sedlec is another place to visit in Sedlec. Its construction began in 1290 and it combines the French Gothic architecture with German elements.
And we will leave the best for the end: The Cathedral of St. Barbara – the symbol of Kutná Hora and the jewel of the Late Gothic. The splendor of its structure is tangible testament of the fame and riches of the silver town Kutná Hora and the deep devotion of its creators. Evening transfer to Prague
Walking tour in mediwal town Kutná Hora - visit Sedlec Ossuary and the Cathedral of the Assumption of Our Lady and St John the Baptist in Sedlec
Visit the Pilgrimage Church of Saint John of Nepomuk on the Zelená Hora.
DAY 6: PRAGUE
We say a fond farewell to Prague and our newfound friends at the end of an unforgettable journey. A transfer is available to Prague Airport. Conditions apply.
Hotel in Prague
Hotel in Prague
Hotel in Český Krumlov
Hotel in Třebíč
Hotel in Prague
MAP OF THE TOUR
5 nights accommodation is provided in 3★ and 4★ hotels in double or twin rooms with en-suite facilities
Single travelers have the option to pay a single supplement to ensure a private room
For the best experience you will have local guide at your service 24/7.
Welcome and farewell dinner in Prague included
You have provided breakfast at your hotels.
Lunch/dinner is not included, but we will take you to the best possible restaurants in the sites where local meals from local ingredients are prepared. Vegetarian/vegan option is possible upon your request.
We will travel in a small group up to 6 people in air-conditioned mini-van.
All taxes and fees
8 Experiences (including guided walking tours, orientation walks, plus other exciting experiences)
Meals - besides of the meals mentioned above
Flights - can be arranged upon request with additional cost
I was the only person on the tour and Filip was my guide. He went out of his way to ensure that I had a really wonderful experience. We visited all the scheduled sites as well as giving me an insight into the extraordinary history of Czech on the way. He was punctual, friendly and very informative. Despite the wet weather I had the best time.
Really good overview of Czech sights and history
Really good overview of Czech sights and history, the locations to stop in were well chosen. Fillip was an excellent guide with a very good grasp of both Czech history and where it fit into wider European history. Also willing to take you a little off programme to see other areas of interest
We were fortunate to book the Christmas tour with glass blowing experience and have Marek as our guide. He is a well-travelled and very knowledgeable guide about his country. The tour itself was magical, so interesting and a great way to see something outside the city of Prague. I would highly recommend Marek and his company - we would not hesitate to get in touch with him should we return to the Czech Republic.
Katherine, South Africa