The best tours and activities in Prague and the Czech Republic
Ever since Emperor Charles IV discovered its thermal springs, Karlovy Vary has been attracting the European cultural elite in search of peace and relaxation. The city experienced a particularly flourishing period during the Belle Époque.
The town of Terezín, which is steeped in our history, is far from being just another tourist site. This town, now almost a ghost town, allows us to understand all the atrocities of the genocide of the Second World War.
The Jazzboat lies at anchor at Čechův most bridge, at one end of the end of luxurious Pařížská Street, and sets sail every evening. Come on ...
This activity is suitable for sporty types at all levels. You’ll learn about Prague sights, such as the unique cubist villas built just before WW1, the neoclassical Podolí Waterworks, the Dancing House, the National Theatre, Charles Bridge and Prague Castle. You’ll also find out about canoeing and boating life in Prague.