Prague is nicknamed ‘the city of a hundred spires’ for a reason. The numerous sightseeing spots and historical monuments make Prague a wonderful city and a name on the bucket list of most tourists. However, it would be unwise to dwell on the beauties of Prague only and not feast your eyes on the other wonders on offer beyond the boundaries of Prague.

One such wonder is Central Bohemia, rich with history and numerous castles; the former country seats of kings and aristocrats. The healing spas of Western Bohemia are famous, while nearby Terezín sings of the sad history of World War II. Alluring and ancient towns such as Český Krumlov are worth visiting in Southern Bohemia, while closer to Prague, Kutná Hora is another recommended tourist spot.

Regular Organized Excursions

The regularly organized excursions are only held on specific times and dates.

These excursions are shared with other tourists, guided by a professional guide and inclusive of all fees.

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February 17, 2015

Terezín Memorial Tour

Built during the 18th century by Emperor Joseph II, this former military fort will always tell tales of World War II.
February 13, 2015

Kutná Hora Tour

This ancient town was a centre of silver mining in medieval times, making it the second richest town of the Bohemian Kingdom. Numerous architectural monuments of Kutná Hora and a very well-preserved town centre speak of the fame and wealth of this historic town, fame and wealth which are still running strong today.
February 13, 2015

Karlštejn Castle Tour

Built by Emperor Charles IV between 1348 and 1355, Karlštejn is one of the most visited castles in the Czech Republic. Karlštejn served as a depository of royal, imperial and coronation jewels and as an archive of state documents.
February 13, 2015

Karlovy Vary Tour

This town is the most famous spa town in all of the Czech Republic, with its history dating back to the 14th century – when Charles IV ruled. Renowned figures, such as the Russian Tsar Peter the Great and the world-famous poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, had nothing but praise for the healing effects of the town’s local mineral springs.
February 13, 2015

Dresden Tour

Home to the renowned ‘Zwinger’ Art Gallery, which in turn houses the famous Sistine Madonna, the acclaimed picture by Raphael. You can also marvel at many other notable works by the Old Masters from the 14th to the 17th centuries – Rubens, Rembrandt, Poussin, etc.
February 13, 2015

Český Krumlov Tour

This medieval town in Southern Bohemia still emits some of its magic and charm today and is registered as a UNESCO heritage site – deservedly so.


If you travel between Prague and other cities such as Vienna, Salzburg, Linz, Nuremberg, Passau, Munich, Krakow or Warsaw, you will come across plenty of sightseeing spots and stopping points stretched over a few hours’ journeys.

We would recommend the trips from Prague to Passau and Prague to Vienna with a few hours’ stop in Český Krumlov, seeing as these two trips are the most popular amongst our clients. Book transport with us and pay a minimal waiting fee – it is that simple to take advantage of this offer.


You can enjoy an 11% discount if you book an airport or train station transfer with us and prepay for your booking online – both the tour and the transfer. Write ‘Transport and Excursion 11% discount’ when booking and you will be eligible for this offer. The booking payments must be cleared at least 24 hours before the pickup or tour dates.

This promotion excludes tours that are already discounted (such as the Superior Tour special offer and Dinner on the River Cruise). Standard cancellation policy applies.

Flexible Private Excursions

The flexible private excursions are arranged at the time of your liking and are exclusive to only your group.

These excursions are exclusive of entrance fees and guides.

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February 17, 2015

Terezín Private Tour

In Terezin, you will find a gigantic citadel with more than 4 km of walls, built in the 18th century by Emperor Joseph II and meant to be used as a defence against Prussian aggression. Terezin was used as a transit camp and prison of the Prague Gestapo by the Nazis during World War II. The Museum of the Ghetto will tell you of the desperately sad history of the Jews, of whom more than 150,000 were sent, and only 17,247 survived.
February 13, 2015

Pilsner Brewery Private Tour

Mostly known as a city of commerce, the standout feature of this city is its production of the world-class beer, Pilsner Urquell.
February 23, 2015

Kutná Hora Private Tour

When silver ore was discovered here in the 13th century, Kutná Hora instantly became an important town until the silver resources ran out in the 16th century. Some of the most important attractions of this town are the Gothic, five-naved St Barbara’s Church – which was begun in 1388, the Italian Court – a former royal residence and mint, built towards the end of the 13th century the nearby Sedleč Ossuary.
February 13, 2015

Křivoklát Castle Private Tour

Originally a hunting castle of the Přemysl dynasty, this vast Gothic royal castle is from the 13th century and was rebuilt at the end of the 15th century for Wladyslaw Jagiello. It was used as a prison in the 16th century before being burnt down in 1643 and then finally restored at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. The iconic interiors of the Castle include the Chapel, the Knight’s Hall, the Royal Hall, the Fürstenberg library, the jail and the Fürstenberg museum, which houses the paintings and books.
February 13, 2015

Konopiště Castle Private Tour

The Konopište Castle has a rich and diverse architectural history. The original castle was built to be used as a fortress while expressing the style of the French citadels. Afterwards, having different owners resulted in the fortress having both Baroque and Renaissance styles. The last private owner of this estate was Archduke Franz Ferdinand, who remained the owner until his death at the beginning of World War I.
February 13, 2015

Karlštejn Castle Private Tour

This medieval fortress is located in the middle of truly breathtaking countryside, and a return journey to Prague can be completed before nightfall. This close proximity to Prague makes Karlštejn one of the top tourist attractions in Prague. This alluring Gothic castle was founded in 1348 built by the Czech King and Roman Emperor Charles IV to the safekeeping of the royal treasures and documents.
February 13, 2015

Karlovy Vary Private Tour

The town with natural thermal springs with healing effects, Karlovy Vary, is the most famous spa town in the Czech Republic. King Charles IV discovered the thermal springs of Karlovy Vary in 1358, and since then, many iconic figures such as Beethoven, Bach, Chopin and the Russian Tsar Peter the Great have been known to visit and enjoy the healing springs of this town. You can enjoy strolls along the beautiful riversides, be enchanted by the architectural gems, and visit thermal spas, pools and wellness centres all around the town.
February 13, 2015

Combined Private Tours

Three excursions in one – Visit the most Interesting places in one day.
February 13, 2015

Český Krumlov Private Tour

Situated in Southern Bohemia, this charming town is imbued with romance and is the second most visited tourist spot in the Czech Republic. It has been registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with over three hundred buildings falling under this status.
We've learned so much on this trip to the Karlovy Vary. Thank you for your organization, and the vast knowledge you have shared with us. Our driver Peter was better than a professional tour guide. Linda M., Manchester
Your excursion was exactly what I was looking for. Our driver was excellent and information DVD which we watched on the way to the Kutna Hora made our trip even better. Great value as well, highly recommended. Tonny S.
It is my pleasure to express my complete satisfaction with the superb trip to the Karlstejn. Short escape form bustling city ... Please send my thanks to Martin, your driver. Izzak
Hello there, We attended this tour today, and I just wanted to write and say how much myself and my Mother enjoyed it! Our Guide was fantastic and so knowledgeable. Could you tell me her name? I didn't leave a tip with her but wish I had done. Would you be able to pass on my message of thanks. Helen Whitby, UK