Featuring one of the city's finest hotels and the care of an expert guide, private driver & vehicle and the comfort of 24/7 support from the Kensington team, this is the finest way to explore Prague.
Situated on the River Vltava in central Bohemia, Prague has been the political, cultural, and economic center of the Czech state for over 1100 years. In 1989 Prague was witness to the Velvet Revolution, an uprising by the people and the imminent movement of Czechs towards a new western state. In 1993 the city became the capital of the new Czech Republic. Today it is an important cultural center of Europe once again.
Enjoy a tour of Prague Castle with your expert guide, the largest ancient castle in the world. Day trips to Kutna Hora mines and the Karlovy Vary thermal springs are fantastic highlights.
One of the great benefits of private touring is the freedom to explore the countryside at your own pace while directing your own driver and vehicle.
Enjoy an airport transfer with private vehicle and driver.
Experience every modern luxury at the InterContinental (5*), which overlooks the Vltava River and Prague Castle. Located in the heart of the historical city, the hotel features a salt water indoor pool, full-service spa, and restaurant terrace, where you can see Prague’s skyline illuminate at night. This luxury Prague hotel is ideally placed just steps from the most famous shopping boulevard, Parizska Street, lined with art nouveau houses and close to the historic old town.
Enjoy a full day city tour with your private guide and driver to the State Opera, the National Museum, Wenceslas Square, and Charles Square. Visit and walk around the Castle courtyards and see St. Vitus Cathedral. Continue along the Vltava to the Old Town, St. Nicholas Church, the Týn Cathedral and the Old Town Hall with its astronomical clock and apostles. Walk from the Powder Tower along the Royal Route to the Old Town Square, along Karlova Street to Charles Bridge and enjoy the view of Prague Castle. Your tour ends at Mala Strana (the Lesser Town).
Kutná Hora is an old mining town founded in the 13th century, which was once famous for its silver mines. Visit the gothic St. Barbara Cathedral with its valuable murals and the former royal mine which once coined Prague groschen. To this day Kutná Hora has retained the character of a medieval city and rightly belongs to the most important UNESCO heritage sites in the Czech Republic. You will also visit a unique Ossuary.
The world famous spa city of Karlovy Vary lying in a picturesque, forested valley is famous for its 12 thermal springs. First you will visit the glass exhibition at the Moser factory. Then, as you stroll through the city along the spa colonnades, you will have the chance to try not only the thermal springs, but also the delicious local wafers and the traditional herbal Becherovka liqueur as you visit the Becherovka Museum.
Depart from Prague airport - end of itinerary.
Citizens of other countries may require a visa. Please ask your Sales Advisor. These requirements change often and therefore it is best that you check with the Embassy of Czech Republic for the most up to date visa information.
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