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Prague Highlights

The must-sees of the Golden City

4 Days / Prague

The historic and beautiful city of Prague, also known as the Golden City, attracts with churches, historic bridges, a charming old town and picturesque alleys. Immerse yourself into the thousand-year-old history of Prague and discover the highlights of the Czech capital.

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Day
1
Arrival in Prague

Afternoon

Arrival at your hotel in Prague.
The remainder of the day is yours to spend at leisure.

Evening

Welcome dinner at a traditional restaurant or at your hotel.
Overnight stay in Prague.

Day
2
Prague

Morning

After breakfast enjoy a walking tour of the old town of Prague. You pass by attractions such as the Old Town Square, Old Town Hall with the Astronomic Clock, the Powdertower, Charlesbridge and many more. Afterwards discover the Prague Castle District.
Lunch on your own in one of the numerous restaurants and cafes in the old town of Prague.

Afternoon

The afternoon is yours to spend at leisure.

Evening

Dinner at a traditional restaurant or at your hotel with following performance of the Blacklight Theatre.
Overnight stay in Prague.

Attractions of this day

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Prague Old Town

In 1992, Prague's Old Town was certified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The centre of Prague is characterized by small winding lanes and buildings of all architectural styles - look and see!

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Prague Castle (Hradschin)

Situated on mount Hradschin, Prague Castle has been forming the political and cultural center for over 1000 years, not only of the city but also of the whole country. With its three castle-courtyards, Prague Castle is said to be the largest enclosed castle area. The Prague castle complex counts several sights, such as the famous St. Vitus Cathedral, the National gallery or the golden lane. Definitely, Prague castle is a must for every Prague visitor.

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Blacklight Theatre

Stars emerging from the darkness, a circle dancing ballet and a puppet seems to be moving on its own across the stage. The Black Light Theatre offers a unique, harmonious interplay of mimes and living actors with great visual effects.

Day
3
Prague: Excursion to Karlstejn

Morning

After breakfast you explore the Jewish Quarter Josefov. Afterwards enjoy lunch on your own in the old town.

Afternoon

In the afternoon you take an excursion to Karlstejn where you visit Karlstejn Castle.

Evening

Dinner at a traditional restaurant or at your hotel.
Overnight stay in Prague.

Attractions of this day

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City Walk - Josefov, the Jewish Quarter of Prague

Prague's Jewish Quarter, also known as Josefov, dates back to the 13th century when Jewish people were ordered to vacate their homes and to settle only in this area. This tour focuses on Prague's Jewish past and present. Besides visiting the Jewish Museum and the Old Jewish Cemetery, you will also discover the magnificent Old-New Synagogue, the oldest preserved synagogue in Central Europe.

Karlstejn Castle

Karlstejn was built by the Czech King and Roman Emperor Charles IV in order to store the royal treasury there. Besides the crown jewels one can admire the 129 panel paintings by the great master Theodoricus. Until today the panel paintings is a worldwide unique preserved Gothic gallery and more than worth seeing.

Day
4
Departure from Prague

Morning

After breakfast you start your homeward journey.
Have a safe trip!

Prague Old Town

In 1992, Prague's Old Town was certified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The centre of Prague is characterized by small winding lanes and buildings of all architectural styles - look and see!

Prague Castle (Hradschin)

Situated on mount Hradschin, Prague Castle has been forming the political and cultural center for over 1000 years, not only of the city but also of the whole country. With its three castle-courtyards, Prague Castle is said to be the largest enclosed castle area. The Prague castle complex counts several sights, such as the famous St. Vitus Cathedral, the National gallery or the golden lane. Definitely, Prague castle is a must for every Prague visitor.

Blacklight Theatre

Stars emerging from the darkness, a circle dancing ballet and a puppet seems to be moving on its own across the stage. The Black Light Theatre offers a unique, harmonious interplay of mimes and living actors with great visual effects.

City Walk - Josefov, the Jewish Quarter of Prague

Prague's Jewish Quarter, also known as Josefov, dates back to the 13th century when Jewish people were ordered to vacate their homes and to settle only in this area. This tour focuses on Prague's Jewish past and present. Besides visiting the Jewish Museum and the Old Jewish Cemetery, you will also discover the magnificent Old-New Synagogue, the oldest preserved synagogue in Central Europe.

Karlstejn Castle

Karlstejn was built by the Czech King and Roman Emperor Charles IV in order to store the royal treasury there. Besides the crown jewels one can admire the 129 panel paintings by the great master Theodoricus. Until today the panel paintings is a worldwide unique preserved Gothic gallery and more than worth seeing.

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