The best activities and experiences in Prague and the Czech Republic
Karlovy Vary was founded in the 14th century by Charles IV, who granted the town privileges. It enjoyed its greatest fame during the 19th century and the Belle Époque. The mild climate, the beneficial effects of thermal springs and the town’s vibrant social life attracted leading aristocrats, artists and scientists from all over Central Europe.
The unique trip pass is only valid for the green circuit of the orange "Hop on Hop off" minibuses. This tour crosses the historic center of Prague and allows you to see, an hour and a half, all the main monuments and sites of the capital.
Kutná Hora was founded in the Middle Ages and stands on the site of an extensive network of silver mines. In the 14th century it was, after Prague, the second most important town in the Kingdom of Bohemia, and Kutná Hora flourished until the 16th century. The town’s most beautiful sights date from this golden – or rather silver age.
Visit Terezín fortress, an essential stop on the route to understanding the tragic fate of the Czech Jews during the Second World War. The fortified town of Terezín was built by Emperor Joseph II at the end of the 18th century to defend the northern borders of the Austro-Hungarian Empire against the Prussian enemy.
The picturesque small medieval town of Český Krumlov is located on the banks of the River Vltava in South Bohemia and enjoys global renown. The historic centre, above which towers the colourful chateau tower, is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
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