Multi-Day Tours

“Spectacular sceneries, incredible sights, vibrant cities, rich history and culture are just some of the many things you’ll discover on multi day tours in Central European region that has common historical, social and cultural identity typical for the Czech Republic, Austria, Germany, Poland, Slovakia & Hungary.”


≡ Czech Landscapes & Architecture

Description:

Picturesque small medieval towns of historical Czech lands, Bohemia and Moravia, boast vividly coloured Baroque and Renaissance burgher houses lined along crooked lanes and sumptuous squares. Moravian fields or Moravian Tuscany is a world famous area in the southeast of Czechia. Like at Palouse in USA or Tuscany in Italy the fields are specifically shaped and form beautiful sceneries when the sun is low. Sandstone towers, cliffs, gorges and table mountains are spread from Saxony across northern Czechia into southern Poland. For photographers, these are highly attractive fairy tale like places. We will have an apt start in Czech-Saxon Switzerland, an area shared by Czechia and Germany

Tour highlights:

  • Extremely scenic area of sandstone formations along Elbe River in Czechia and Saxony
  • World famous photo area of Moravian fields (Moravian Tuscany)
  • Extinguished volcanoes of Central Bohemian Mountains
  • Sunrise and sunset photo sessions
  • Best locations in Prague (bridges & panorama)
  • Two small and highly attractive medieval towns
  • Some of the best local tutors in North Bohemia and Moravia
  • Small sacral monuments in the rolling Czech landscape
  • Pond harvest, a very special experience for any photographer
  • Yellow, silver and bronze coloured beech forests
  • Everyday interactive lectures

Tour details:

  • Dates: throughout March-June, September-October
    (start Sunday – end Thursday)
  • Price: 2180 EUR per person (12 days / 11 nights)
  • Single supplement: 360 EUR
  • Airports: from Prague to Vienna
  • Vacancy: YES
  • Hotels: Litomerice, Prague, Cesky Krumlov & Kyjov (all in Czech republic)
  • Extensions: available in Prague before and in Vienna after the tour

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