- We have prepared something special for you – 6 great journeys
- 6-10 hours journey
- Private trips with local driver in cabriolet along the best places near Prague
- Best enjoy moments with english speaking friendly driver
- Cabriolet car for 1-3 people, MPV car for 1-6 people
- We recommend to start your trip between 8-11 am
- Water for free
- Child seat available on request
Choose your best journey…
a) Karlštejn castle, quarry Great America and St. John Under a Rock – road map here Karlštejn Castle is a large Gothic castle founded in 1348 CE by Charles IV, Holy Roman Emperor and King of Bohemia. St. John Under a Rock is a romantic hidden Czech gem that not many foreign tourists know about. It’s a picturesque village, surrounded by steep rocks. Quarry Great America attracts more and more tourists for a beautiful blue lake on its bottom. Most people are satisfied with the view of the outlook points on the edge of 80 meter deep quarry.
b) Křivoklát castle and the Royal Brewery of Krušovice – road map here Křivoklát was founded in the 12th century, belonging to the kings of Bohemia. The castle was damaged by fire several times. It was turned into a harsh prison and the building slowly deteriorated. Today the castle serves as a museum, tourist destination and place of theatre exhibitions. Collections of hunting weapons, Gothic paintings and books are stored there. The Royal Brewery of Krušovice is a Czech brewery, established in 1581 by Jiří Birka in the village of Krušovice. Jiří Birka sold the brewery to Emperor Rudolf II in 1583, allowing them to use the Imperial Crown of Austria as part of the company’s logo.
c) Kutná hora – Cathedral of St. Barbara, cemetery and ossuary church of all saints in Sedlec, Hrádek – Czech museum of silver, medieval silver mine – road map here The Cathedral of St Barbara, a jewel of the Late Gothic period and one of the four cathedral-type buildings in Bohemia, was inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List together with the Cathedral of the Assumption of Our Lady and St John the Baptist and the historical centre of Kutná Hora. The ossuary is estimated to contain the skeletons of between 40,000 and 70,000 people, whose bones have, in many cases, been artistically arranged to form decorations and furnishings for the chapel. The ossuary is among the most visited tourist attractions of the Czech Republic – attracting over 200,000 visitors annually.
d) Brewery Velkopopovický Kozel, Konopiště Chateau and the most popular view point Máj – road map here Velkopopovický Kozel is a Czech lager produced since 1874. The name Kozel and its emblem have their origins in the period after the First World War. At that time there was a lot of competition in brewing. Brewery founder Emanuel Ringhoffer realized that it was necessary to distinguish the brewery from the others. Konopiště is a four-winged, three-storey château. The Swedes occupied and plundered Konopiště in 1648, and the Vrtba family then purchased the dilapidated structure. View point Máj is really quite and beautiful place for visit.
e) Slapy dam, view point Máj and visiting Sapa (Little Hanoi) for authentic food – road map here Summer is here so let’s enjoy swimming in one of most popular dam in Czech Republic. Or just rent any kind of boat or a paddle board and do a bit of sport as well. Then we take you to a point of really beautiful view of Moldau river – Máj. The last station of our trip is Little Hanoi (Sapa – Vietnamese “city in city”) for authentic Vietnam food.
f) Terezín fortress and ghetto – road map here Terezín was a concentration camp established by the SS during World War II in the garrison city of Terezín (German: Theresienstadt), located in German-occupied Czechoslovakia. The fortress of Theresienstadt in the north-west region of Bohemia was constructed between the years 1780 and 1790 on the orders of the Austrian emperor Joseph II. It was designed as part of a projected but never fully realised fort system of the monarchy, another piece being the fort of Josefov. The price includes: Pick up at any address in Prague, journey to chosen destination and back, up to 4 hour spare time in destinations (each extra hour per €27), one hour lunch break and drop off at any place in Prague. Tickets and fees are not included. Fees are from €1 to €10 per person.
Price of any journey per car is €37 per one hour, 6-10 hours journey.