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Karlovy Vary - the most famous spa town in the Czech Republic. King Charles IV discovered the thermal springs in 1358. Beethoven, Chopin, Bach, and Peter the Great were just a few of the famous personalities that enjoyed the healing springs. Springs here are believed to have therapeutic qualities. Today there are 12 hot springs. Stroll along the riverside promenade and admire the architectural gems of Karlovy Vary. It is also the centre for the production of porcelain and glass and Becherovka (unique Czech herbal liqueur)

ALL DAY (10 hrs)

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Karlštejn Castle - escape to the medieval fortress in the middle of breathtaking countryside, and still make it back in time to enjoy Prague nightlife. It is rightly one of the top attractions of the Czech Republic.

HALF DAY (4 hrs)

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Kutná Hora - now a very popular historical town listed in Unesco World Heritage. Once Kutna Hora played an important role in the 13th century when silver ore was discovered here and until 16th century when silver resources were depleted.

HALF DAY (5 hrs)

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Terezín - The massive citadel of Terezin with more than 4km of walls was originally a military garrison and fortress built in the18th century by Emperor Joseph II and used as a defence against Prussian aggression. During WW II Nazi used Terezin as a transit camp and prison of the Prague Gestapo. Remember the sad history of the Jews in the Museum of the Ghetto. Self guided tours available.

HALF DAY (4 hrs)

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Český Krumlov - Cesky Krumlov, a historical town in southern Bohemia, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are three hundred buildings in the historical centre that enjoy protected status. The castle complex here is the second largest in the Czech Republic. Among the attractions are the Castle, the famous Hall of Masks, the unique Baroque theatre, the chateau garden with a Rococo fountain, Barber's Bridge, Alchemists' Homes, Eggenberg Brewery, Crafts’ Museum, and the wooden river rafts.

ALL DAY (11 hrs)

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Bohemian Crystal Sightseeing Tour The Glassworks in Nizbor offers tours of the factory with a professional explanation of the operations for both individuals and groups. During the excursion the visitors will get to know the individual stages of producing glass crystal by hand, i.e. the furnaces, processing, designing and polishing.

HALF DAY (4 hrs)

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Plzeň - Mostly know as a city of commerce, however best as the cradle of Pilsen been. The Prazdroj Brewery was established in 1842 and today you can taste the most popular Czech beer there called Pilsner Urquell which is world famous. Visit the Museum of Brewery, Town Hall, Franciscan Monastery and Gothic Church of St Bartholomew.

HALF DAY (5 hrs)

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Křivoklát Castle - Extensive Gothic royal castle from the 13th century, originally a hunting castle of the Přemysl dynasty, rebuilt at the end of the 15th century for Wladislaw Jagiello. Used as a prison in the 16th century. The castle was burned down in 1643, restored at the turn of the 19th a 20th centuries. The historical interiors include the chapel, Knights’ Hall, Royall Hall, the Fürstenberg library, the jail and the Fürstenberg museum. The cylinder-shaped tower houses an exhibit on hunting. The Huderka tower offers splendid views.

HALF DAY (4 hrs)

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Konopiště Castle - Surrounded by peaceful forests, Konopiste Castle has a rich and varied architectural history. The original castle was built as a fortress exhibiting the style of French citadels. Later, in the hands of various owners, the residence took on the characteristics of both Baroque and Renaissance styles. The final private owner of the estate was Archduke Franz Ferdinand, who owned the castle until his death at the start of World War I. The famous Trophy Hall is a testament to the Archduke's love of hunting.

HALF DAY (4 hrs)

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