Kutna Mountain and the castle of the Czesky Sternberg
Duration: 8 hours
Highlights: historical city, Cathedral of St. Barbara, Sedlec Ossuary, Český Šternberk castle
Go through the medieval streets of Kutna Hora and soak up the atmosphere of those times. Visit the medieval Gothic castle called Český Sternberk, whose owners are the descendants of the ancient Sternberg family who are still living there since the 13th century.
Karlovy Vary and the Krusovice brewery
Duration: 10 hours
Highlights: brewery, spa-town Karlovy Vary
Visit the royal brewery of Krusovice and the world-famous spa town of Karlovy Vary. During the walking tour of Karlovy Vary, you will have the opportunity to try the healing water from twelve sources and evaluate its healing properties. The Krusovice brewery is one of the oldest one, as the beer production began here in the 16th century thanks to the emperor Rudolf II.
Český Krumlov and Hluboka nad Vltavou Castle
Duration: 11 hours
Highlights: historical center of Cesky Krumlov (UNESCO), Minorite Monastery, Church of St. Vitus, Town Square, Cesky Krumlov Castle, Wax Museum, Hluboká Castle
Visit the medieval city of Cesky Krumlov and see the historical center. After the city tour you will have the opportunity to visit the Hluboká Castle: more than hundred rooms, dozens of towers, a glazed greenhouse, stables and courtyards, and a huge English park around the castle with rare species of trees.
Moravian Karst and Pernštejn Castle
Duration: 13 hours
Highlights: largest Karst caves in Europe, Macocha Abyss, Pernštejn castle
A trip to the Moravian Karst — is a trip to one of the largest karst caves in Europe. Here you will see stalactites, stalagmites, and helictites, which together form a fantastic natural architectural ensemble. You will enjoy it while sailing on a boat along the underground river Punkva. After that, you will get a chance to visit the Pernštejn castle — impregnable fortress, founded in the 13th century.