Private Tours

“All my bellow presented tours famous cities and destinations of Czech Republic have flexible route based on your interests and expectations. On every tour I will show you not just the highlights but also many off beat spots, backstreets, hidden gems where regular tours do not go.”


≡ Cesky Krumlov tour

Description:
Full day tour to authentic medieval town of Ceský Krumlov situated in the southern part of the Czech Republic near the Austrian border, in the Vltava river valley at the foothills of the Blansky Forest Nature Reserve. In 1992, together with Prague and Telc, it was added to the UNESCO list of cultural and natural heritage. Main dominant of the city is Ceský Krumlov State Castle which ranks among the most beautiful and important historic sights in the central European region.
Duration: 10 hours ( incl. transport & 1 hour lunch break)
Distance: 2,5 hour drive south of Prague (105 miles, close to Austrian border)
Tour start time & meeting point: flexible, latest start 10:00
Rates:

  • 240 EUR guiding & assistance (max. 12 persons); larger groups quote on request

Itinerary: Castle park and gardens (inlc. Summer Riding Garden and Lower Parterre) – Revolving Auditorium in the Castle Garden – Baroque Theatre – Cesky Krumlov castle (incl. 5 courtyards) – Minorite Monastery complex – Latran medieval shopping street – Main Town square – St. Vitus Church – Medieval music school – Jesuite College viewpoint


≡ Kutna Hora tour

Description:
Take a walk around Kutna Hora and discover the history of the town that used to stand just behind the royal City of Prague some centuries ago, town that was called the jewel and the treasury of the country, town whose wealth elevated the Czech kingdom on the pedestal of fame and power. Today, the original atmosphere breathes from every single street, from every house and church. They all represent pieces of history, which put together create an extraordinary picture of the past. In 1992, it was added to the UNESCO list of cultural and natural heritage.
Duration: 6 hours ( incl. transport & 1 hour lunch break)
Distance: 1 hour drive east of Prague (50 miles)
Tour start time & meeting point: flexible, latest start 10:00
Rates:

  • 190 EUR guiding & assistance (max. 12 persons); larger groups quote on request
  • 12 EUR per person entry fee St.Barbara Cathedral & Ossuaary

Itinerary: The Bone chapel (Cemetery Church of All Saints with the Ossuary) – Cathedral of the Assumption of Our Lady and St John the Baptist in Sedlec – Former Cistercian Monastery – Saint Barbara Cathedral – Jesuit College – Church of Saint James – Italian Court (former Royal Mint of Bohemian Kingdom) – Stone Fountain – Stone House – Plague Column – Main Town Square


≡ Karlovy Vary tour

Description:
Full day tour to the largest and best known spa city in the Czech Republic, and one of the most famous spas in Europe, founded in 14th century by the emperor Charles IV. The city hosts Karlovy Vary International Film Festival that attracts cinematography fans from all over the world every year. During the walking you will visit all the famous highlinghts of Karlovy as well many off beat spots and hidden gems.
Duration: 9 hours ( incl. transport & 1 hour lunch break)
Distance: 2 hour drive west of Prague (80 miles, close to German border)
Tour start time & meeting point: flexible, latest start 10:00
Rates:

  • 220 EUR guiding & assistance (max. 12 persons); larger groups quote on request

Itinerary: Park Colonnade – Mill Colonnade – Market Colonnade – Thermal Spring Colonnade – Chateau Gate – Market Place – Felix Zawojski House – Grand Hotel Pupp (James Bond Movie) | optionally > Observation Tower Diana (famous cable car and viewpoint) – Jan Becher Museum (producer of world famous herb liqeuer Becher), Glassworks Moser (world class hand made crystal)


≡ Terezin WW2 concentration camp & Litomerice tour

Description:
Full day tour to Terezin (Theresienstadt) a former concentration camp and jewish ghetto established by the SS during World War II in a military fortress town from 18th century located in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia (German-occupied Czech lands). Terezin served as a waystation to the extermination camps and a “retirement settlement” for elderly and prominent Jews to mislead their communities about the Final Solution. The ghetto also served a propaganda role. Nearby town of Litomerice is a former royal walled in town with a beautifull baroque architecture mainly around the town square
Duration: 6 hours ( incl. transport & 1 hour lunch break)
Distance: 1 hour drive north-east of Prague (50 miles)
Tour start time & meeting point: flexible, latest start 10:00
Rates:

  • 190 EUR guiding & assistance (max. 12 persons); larger groups quote on request
  • 12 EUR per person combined ticket Jewish Ghetto Museum & Small Fortress

Itinerary: Small Fortress (former Gestapo prison) – Ghetto Museum (permanent exhibition about the Terezín Ghetto) – National Cemetery established in 1945 – Magdeburg Barracks (former seat of the Jewish Ghetto self-government) – Jewish Prayer Room and reconstruction of the so-called garret (temporary housing facility of the Terezín Ghetto prisoners) – Remains of railway tracks where transports to Terezín Ghetto we cleared – Jewish Cemetery and the Crematorium – Litomerice baroque architecture at the main square (lunch break)
More information Terezin: Theresianstadt


≡ Crystal history & shopping tour – Rückl Glassworks Nizbor

Description:
Full day tour to Rückl glassworks in Nizbor, Central Bohemia, in the picturesque valley of Berounka River. Established in 1846, Rückl belongs to most famous Czech producers of mouth-blown, hand-cut lead crystal with unique designs and perfect details. Among its clients belongs ex. former US Secretary of State Mrs.Madeleine Albright or British Queen Elizabeth II. Rückl is also proud and only producer of a most prestigious film award in Czech Republic the Czech Lion Award since 1993.
Duration: 6 hours ( incl. transport & 45 min guided tour, 1 hour lunch break)
Distance: 1 hour drive south-west of Prague (50 miles)
Tour start time & meeting point: flexible, latest start 10:00
Rates:

  • 190 EUR guiding & assistance (max. 12 persons); larger groups quote on request
  • 7 EUR entry fee per person Rückl glassworks guided tour

Itinerary: During a guided tour of the Rückl glassworks visitors may witness all the individual steps and traditional techniques of the glass-manufacturing process. Each stage of crystal production is explained and shown. It includes also the hands-on experience – crystal blowing. After the glassworks tour visitors can purchase a top quality hand made crystal products in Rückl outlet store for very special reduced prices.


≡ Pilsen & Pilsner Urquell – Beer Tour

Description:
Pilsen provided the world with the most famous golden lager Pilsner Urquell after which beers of the same type around the world are named Pilsner. The city has more than 700 years long rich history, which is reflected in magnificent architecture and atmosphere of its historical centre. On 6 May 1945, near the end of the Second World War, Plzeň was liberated from Nazi Germany by the 16th Armored Division of General Patton’s 3rd Army. Other Third Army units liberated major portions of Western Bohemia.
Duration: 6 hours ( incl. transport & 100 min guided tour, 1 hour lunch break)
Distance: 1 hour drive west of Prague (58 miles)
Tour start time & meeting point: flexible, latest start 10:00
Rates:

  • 190 EUR guiding & assistance (max. 12 persons); larger groups quote on request
  • 12 EUR entry fee per person Pilsner brewery tour
  • 5 EUR per person entry fee to The Great Old Synagogues (optional)

Itinerary: Pilsner Urquell brewery – Main town square (centre of annual celebrations of liberation 1945 by Patton’s 3rd army) – Renaissance City Hall – St. Bartholomew´s Cathedral – The Great Old Synagogues



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  • Rates for guiding services presented above are calculated per a tour in English (other languages on request), including VAT and all charges.
  • Rates for guiding presented above do not include other costs like entry fees, public transfers (tram, bus, subway), private transfers etc.
  • Payment for guiding in cash (accepted all major currencies) after a tour or bank account payment prior to a tour.
  • Rates for entry fees and public transfer fees presented above are calculated per person & are optional.
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  • None of the rates presented above includes additional costs like food & beverage, refreshments. etc. All can be arranged upon request
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