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A Week itinerary in Wonderland: Exploring the Best of Czechia in 7 Days

Updated: Mar 6

Embarking on a journey through Czechia promises an immersive experience in a wonderland where history, culture, and natural beauty converge. In just seven days, you can traverse the captivating landscapes, delve into rich histories, and savor the local flavors that define this European gem.

Day 1-2: Prague - The City of a Hundred Spires

Begin your Czech adventure in the heart of Bohemia: Prague. Explore the historic Old Town Square, witness the astronomical marvel of the Prague Astronomical Clock, and cross the iconic Charles Bridge. Dive into the rich history at Prague Castle and the enchanting Golden Lane. In the evening, savor traditional Czech cuisine at U Malého Glena, a cozy jazz club and restaurant hidden in the winding streets of Lesser Town.

TIP: Enjoy a serene boat ride on the Vltava River at sunset for a unique perspective of Prague's landmarks.

The Máj Viewpoint
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Day 3-4: Český Krumlov - A Fairytale in Stone

Venture south to Český Krumlov, a UNESCO-listed town that feels like a living fairytale. Wander through the charming streets, visit Český Krumlov Castle, and stroll along the Vltava River. Immerse yourself in the vibrant arts scene, explore the Egon Schiele Art Centrum, and savor local delicacies at Krčma v Šatlavske ulici, a medieval-style tavern with a cozy atmosphere.

TIP: Climb to the top of the Krumlov Castle tower for panoramic views of the town and its

picturesque surroundings.

Day 5: Telč - The Hidden Jewel

Head towards Telč, a hidden gem renowned for its well-preserved Renaissance architecture. ExploreTelč Square, lined with colorful pastel facades, and marvel at the intricate details of Telč Castle. Enjoy a leisurely afternoon coffee in the charming Bistro Café friends, soaking in the town's tranquil ambiance.

TIP: Capture the beauty of Telč during the golden hour when the sunlight bathes the square in a warm glow.

Castle Kašperk

Day 6: Brno - Blend of Tradition and Innovation

Move eastward to Brno, a city blending historical charm with modern innovation. Visit Špilberk Castle for panoramic views of the city, explore the vibrant Villa Tugendhat, and wander through the bustling markets. Dive into the local student culture at Pivnice U Alberta, a traditional pub with a relaxed atmosphere and hearty Czech meals.

TIP: Join the locals for a morning stroll at Lužánky Park, a peaceful oasis in the heart of Brno.

Day 7: Kutná Hora - The Silver Lining

Conclude your Czech journey in Kutná Hora, a town that once rivaled Prague in wealth during the Middle Ages. Visit the haunting Sedlec Ossuary, adorned with bone sculptures, and explore the grand St. Barbara's Church. Reflect on your week as you wander through the historical streets of this charming town.

TIP: Visit the Italian Court, once the royal mint, to explore the history of Kutná Hora's silver mining


In just seven days, you've traversed the essence of Czechia – from the fairy-tale charm of Český Krumlov to the architectural wonders of Telč, the dynamic energy of Brno, and the historical depth of Kutná Hora. Each city unveils a unique facet of Czech culture, weaving a tapestry of experiences that will linger in your memory long after you bid farewell to this enchanting land. Czechia, a small yet infinitely rich country, invites you to explore, discover, and fall in love with its myriad wonders in just a week.

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