Karlovy Vary is a Czech beautiful first-class spa founded by Charles IV in the 14th century. This health resort is well known for its 12 hot springs, one of them gushing to the surface. It is a place to come and drink therapeutic waters. This tour also includes the visit to the Moser factory which is the leading Czech glass-manufacturing plant. Those of you who wish to have a swim in the thermal swimming pool should not forget your swimsuit.
/8 hour round trip/
UNESCO´s listed town, founded in the Middle Ages, has the second largest castle in the Czech Republic. You may wander in the medieval lanes, cross the bridge over the river Vltava and see the recently reconstructed historical centre which is ideal for slow, romantic and discovering walks.
/9 hour round trip/
Medieval town and a castle - originally a castle from the beginning of the 13th century which during the ownership of the masters of Hradec, the Slavatas and the Černíns, expanded into one of the largest castles in Bohemia. The castle contains Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance parts.
/7 hour round trip/
An original Gothic water fortress from the 14th century went through Renaissance, Baroque and modern style adaptations. In 1641 the chateau was acquired by the Slavata family who installed a new red roof which gave the chateau its name (Red Lhota in English). The romantic chateau is located on the rock in the middle of a lake surrounded by an English park.
/6 hour round trip/
An exceptionally complete and unique well-preserved example of a traditional central European village. It has a large number of outstanding 18th- and 19th-century vernacular buildings in a style known as ‘South Bohemian folk Baroque’, and preserves a ground plan dating from the Middle Ages – rural buildings concentrated around the circular green. Holašovice is like a folk architecture, open air museum and is also on the UNESCO list.
/6 hour round trip/