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  1. Austria
  2. Vienna
  3. Stadtpark

Vienna to Prague Week-long Tour

Product ID: 91203
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Week guided private tour in small company of your family/friends. From Vienna to Prague over Palava, Lednice, Sumava, UNESCO sights and other most attractive Czech places. It is up to you what you prefer – sightseeing, Czech cuisine or walking.
About this activity
Duration 7 days
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide

Pick-up included

Where you stay in Vienna?
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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  • See many UNESCO sights
  • Enjoy local cuisine with local guide
  • Start in Vienna and finish in Prague
  • Enjoy a private group
Full description
Ramble through southern Moravia, southern Bohemia and the Šumava region to Prague in a group of two, four or more people with own driver guide by a car. The programme will be tailored to the interests of participants. According to the interest, it is possible to pay an attention ether to historical monuments or natural beauties.The fertile South of Moravia, in the southernmost part just on the Austrian border, offers series of very important tourist sites. It is pleasant to sit in a wine cellar with local people and have a glass of delicious wine. Central Moravia is one of the most attractive tourist areas in the Czech Republic

Southern Bohemia is one of the largest and most popular tourist areas. The varied landscape has many faces. Here one can find romantic Sumava foothills and also a beautiful area of ponds around Trebon. It is one of the ecologically cleanest regions of the Czech Republic. A charming rustic folk architecture is mixed with historical monuments and traditions.The Czech Republic is proud of twelve objects registered in the List of UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage. In our programme, you will visit six of them. Similar concentrations of UNESCO sightseeings cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Anyway you will also see many national cultural and natural sightseeings.

Czech cuisine will pleasantly surprise you. Although the cuisine shows influences from neighbouring countries, the greatest inspiration remains in traditional old Bohemian recipes. These are based on materials, that could be grown at home – mainly grains, pulses, potatoes and meat. Beer is regarded by Czechs as their national drink. Winery is best managed in southern Moravia. Prague is a beautiful city of golden towers and domes of churches, bridges, cathedrals, but also a modern European metropolis, which is reflected in the surface of the Vltava River for more than ten centuries. In Prague you can find various architectural styles and romantic streets.


1. Starting in Vienna. Programm in South Moravia
2. Lednicko - Valtický area (UNESCO), wine region Slovácko, ,,košt´´
3. Religious center Velehrad, gardens in Kroměříž (UNESCO), second biggist czech city Brno
4. Natural park Thaja, castle Vranov nad Dyjí, Slavonice, Telč (UNESCO)
5. Třeboň - pounds region, fairly tail castle Hluboká nad Vltavou (UNESCO), Český Krumlov (UNESCO)
6. Šumava mountains, jezerní slať
7. Písek (oldest bridge) or Holašovice (UNESCO) - Prague
8. Prague
  • 7x accommodation in 3-star hotels – double room with shower, WC and TV incl. breakfast- 6x dinner
  • Driver with car/minibus
  • Guide speaking English and German
What’s Not Included
  • Accommodation in a 3-star hotel in the centre of Vienna– double room incl. breakfast • From 160 € per room
  • Accommodation in a 4-star hotel in the centre of Prague – double room incl. breakfast – from 80 € per room
Not suitable for
  • Pregnant women
  • Wheelchair users

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Important information
What to bring
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Sunglasses
  • Sun hat
  • Camera
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Product ID: 91203