The history of Terezín is very paradoxical: First the fascinating location of a colossal military fortification from the 18th century, then serving as a transfer station for Jews from all over Europe, later transported to concentration camps.
Spa Town Karlovy Vary
Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad) town is one of the three spa towns in West Bohemia that form the “spa triangle,” and it is counted as one of the most famous spa centers in Europe. Founded in the 14th century by the Emperor Charles IV, Karlovy Vary witnessed Beethoven and Goethe’s famed walks together, and was a favorite vacation spot of Frederic Chopin.
South Bohemia with Český Krumlov
Together, we will visit SOUTH BOHEMIA: A dreamlike landscape awaits, cultivated for centuries by people in harmony with the land, and full of Gothic churches, Renaissance castles, monasteries, folk architecture, endless lakes, ponds, forests and picturesque towns with exceptional ambiance. Its picturesque towns, Český Krumlov and České Budějovice charm its visitors with an irresistible magic. Take a short walk through the narrow cobblestone lanes, to the historical centers of the towns: It will be a truly unforgettable experience into a land of fairy tales.
Monumental Prague Castle has always been a symbol of Czech Lands. With an area of almost 70,000 square meters, this extensive complex is said to be the largest castle complex in the world! Explore the beauty of its numerous palaces, churches and gardens, breathtaking views of the city and picturesque nooks.
Old Town and Jewish Quarter
Let yourself be enchanted by the magic of living Old Town, an attractive mixture of varying architectonical styles and cultures. In the heart of the Old Town lies Old Town Square, featuring the spectacular, six hundred years old astronomical clock. Every full hour the apostles pass, the bell rings and the golden cock crows. Just a few steps from here, you can enter the mystical world of Rabbi Loew, in the Jewish Quarter.
Lesser Town and Charles Bridge
The noble and romantic Lesser Town will enthrall you! Many aristocrats built their precious palaces directly under the majestic Prague Castle, for both status and protection. One of the most famous was owned by the controversial figure Albrecht of Wallenstein, whose palace currently serves as a seat of the Czech Senate. You will have to opportunity to relax in the Wallenstein palace gardens, or explore the artificial stalactite cave.
Pilsen: Brewery, museum, beer tasting
In order to truly experience the Czech Republic, tasting Czech beer is a must. The rare opportunity to imbibe a draft at the world-renowned Pilsner Urquell brewery in Pilsen is a great place to begin. The legendary Pilsner lager was the first of its kind, brewed since 1842, and inspiring beer producers from all over the world to give the beer its own classification, named for the town where it was invented.
ŠKODA Auto Museum and factory
Join us for a thrilling journey into the history of one of the four oldest automakers in the world – SKODA Auto in Mladá Boleslav. Škoda’s outstanding exhibition brings us back in time to the roots of Czech automobile industry, when in 1895 two bicycle lovers, mechanic Václav Laurin and bookseller Václav Klement founded a small bicycle and motorcycle factory.
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