Take advantage of your custom-designed Prague Vacations package and enjoy all the wonders of this fascinating old-world city.
Discover the historical heritage of the Czech Republic: the most interesting castles and chateaux, UNESCO monuments and also the fascinating atmosphere of ancient cities.
In this small country at the heart of Europe, you will always have a wealth of natural and cultural treasures within reach!
In short, enjoy the places you like and make time for unusual experiences according to your taste and inclination!
Welcome to Prague!
Our hand-picked shuttle service will meet you at Vaclav Havel Airport Prague and take you into your hotel. The company’s representative will be holding up a sign with your name at the arrival hall of the airport. Relax in a luxury car during your approximately 40 minute drive to your hotel.
A luxurious stay in the heart of Prague awaits you at Kings Court Hotel. Its central location provides the great advantage to explore the most of local attractions, including famous Royal route used to link the gates of Old Prague, the Jewish Town, Lesser Quarter and the Prague Castle. In combination with historical interiors inside the hotel it ensures immersion into unforgettable Prague ambience.
On the off chance that your room is not available at the time of your arrival, sink into an armchair in the hotel lobby bar or enjoy a drink at the hotel terrace restaurant.
Check in and relax.
A few steps from the hotel, Sarah Bernhardt Restaurant, bearing the name of the famous Parisian actress and singer, promises the first introduction to the Prague’s illustrious Art Nouveau style. The interior – blue split mosaics, preserved original lighting fixtures, inlaid panelling and gilded stucco work – makes it an insider tip among Prague restaurants.
The restaurant is distinguished by a unique combination of refined French cuisine and modern Czech specialities.
The wine cellar in the Le Vin de Paris offers ample assortment of carefully chosen Moravian and French wines, brought from wineries’ cellars directly.
Your local guide will pick you up at the hotel reception. Discover the history of Prague and its people on a 2.5-hour tour around the Old Town and historic Jewish Quarter.
Prague has so much to see, with great art, fantastic architecture and history around every corner. This means that, of every city in the world, Prague is one of the best for walking around.
The walk city tour will help you get situated, hit the must-sees, absorb Prague’s unique atmosphere, and learn its best-kept secrets.
Mouth-watering menu and seasonal specialities are but two of the reasons to consider this elegant dining room and lounge near the Jewish Quarter. Another is the kitchen’s love of unusual flavor combinations, sending out dishes like slowly braised lamb with root vegetables, fresh pasta with lobster and tomato, and slow-roasted pork belly with spinach puree. La Veranda remains a popular spot for gourmet locals, making a visit to this stylish, softly lit room feel like you’ve been let in on a wonderful secret.
A cruise is truly one of the most delightful ways to see the beauty of Prague while avoiding the busy streets and enjoying the utter peace and serenity of the river. Buffet style restaurant offers a wide choice of refreshments. Drinks are available at a bar (extra charge).
Local guide will meet you at the hotel reception. You will travel by a comfortable vehicle to Prague Castle, where you will embark on your excursion starting with Strahov Monastery, dating back to XII century. Then take in panoramic views of Prague red roofs by walking down to Prague Castle, the largest ancient castle complex in the world, dating from the 9th century. The castle used to be the place of residence for Holy Roman emperors, kings of Bohemia, and the seat of highest authority ever since. Now it is an official residence of the President of the Czech Republic.
For refreshment we would be pleased to advise Restaurant Marina, a converted riverboat housing a modern Italian restaurant with an open kitchen & wonderful city-wide views, including those of Vltava River and Prague Castle. Enjoy their specialities!
Your group tour will start from National Museum. Today your adventure will continue by discovering Cesky Krumlov, which is a pearl of Renaissance architecture, the medieval magnet of South Bohemia, and one of the most picturesque towns in Europe. You will stroll down by its streets along the serpentine Vltava River, will see the 13th-century castle and will listen to amazing stories about the local aristocracy. Český Krumlov is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
On your route you will make a stop to visit another jewel of South Bohemia, Hluboka Nad Vltavou, the most beautiful English Windsor neo-gothic style Chateau.
Designer interior, truly exceptional cuisine, and celebratory atmosphere – you can expect all this together with pleasant service in Le Jardin restaurant, which is known for its offer of modern experience-oriented gastronomy and light Czech cuisine.
Meet your private guide at your hotel lobby and take a 2-hour comfortable drive to Karlovy Vary.
The incarnation of spa elegance, imposing colonnades, exclusive spa buildings and a convenient layout in the heart of a forested valley. That is Karlovy Vary, graced by the presence of some of the most famous figures in European artistic and cultural life. All of its cultural history has given it its unique architectural form to make it one of the most beautiful spas in Europe.
Restaurant Le Marché belongs to the top-notch restaurants in the Czech Republic. Food is unique in its appearance, aroma, and especially in its taste – food that will offer you a somewhat different look at gastronomy. Relish every masterpiece by its taste, smell and style.
Upon your return to Prague, a special beer temptation will be waiting for you.
U Fleků brewery is the only brewery in Central Europe where beer has been brewed continuously for more than 500 years. It earned its fame by offering its special beer, which has 13 degrees Plato in density, and renowned traditional Czech cuisine.
U Fleků dark lager is brewed using purely natural ingredients – water, hops, yeast and four kinds of barley malt. There are no artificial colours and preservatives. The daily consumption within its halls averages about 2000 glasses of beer making this restaurant the largest in the whole country. It attracts celebrities, athletes, and businessmen from all over the world.
Central European location gives Prague the greatest advantage of opportunity to visit other famous European cities. You don’t want to miss the chance to see Dresden, capital of a German state of Saxony.
After bad wartime destruction, Dresden has regained much of its original charm as a remarkable and attractive city.
Modern architecture merges with the historical city centre.
The range of art and culture Dresden has in store for its visitors includes some of the world’s greatest cultural achievements.
The tour starts at National Museum in Prague and driving will take a little bit over 2 hours.
In the restaurant Augustiner an der Frauenkirche, enjoy typical German food and compare Saxon beer to the Czech one.
Friends of the Augustiner beer can choose between five different beer types, all of which are dispensed fresh from the barrel where it was brewed (apart from the wheat beer which is bottled). Along with your beer, you can enjoy the sophisticated pairing with seasonally selected Bavarian/Saxon cuisine.
Many opportunities are offering for exploring Praguenight life. One of the best ones is AghaRTA Jazz Club.
Located in a 14th century cellar just off the Old Town Square. While jazz is the central theme, other musical styles also come into play, from blues and funk to swing.
Day for relaxation, shopping and mindful rendezvous with Prague, the city which leaves no one indifferent. Walk quietly along its streets, take pictures, buy souvenirs. Probably you will wander in one of Prague baroque gardens hidden steps away from the crowded touristic routes, or will find a café or pub with a breath taken view to Prague you haven’t seen before.
You will be picked up from your hotel and taken to the upscale restaurant Villa Richter. It’s located in the St. Wenceslas’ Vineyard, early beginnings of which reach back to the 10th century A.D., that is at 10 minutes drive from your hotel.
A restaurant famous for its view and focused on presentation of Czech and Moravian wines, specialising in light gastronomy and delicacies perfectly suited to fine wines.
For your flexibility, we have prepaid transportation to the restaurant only; you may wish to take a pleasant walk after your dinner.