Exclusive Private Christmas Markets Trip to Germany, Austria and Czech Republic

13 Days
  • Berlin’s Famous Christmas Markets: Berlin’s Christmas markets are renowned and cherished German holiday traditions. The city boasts a diverse array of markets, each with its unique ambiance, catering to all visitors. From Potsdamer Platz to Kulturbrauerei’s Lucia Christmas Market, Alexanderplatz, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Gendarmenmarkt, and beyond, Berlin’s festive offerings are bound to delight.
  • Experience the historic charm of Nuremberg’s Christmas Market, renowned for its accessibility and unique traditions like Nuremberg’s Christkind and delightful treats like Feruzangenbowle, a fiery Glühwein delight. Make Nuremberg your Christmas market destination this year!
  • Munich’s Christmas Markets: Munich offers a variety of festive markets, including the one at Marienplatz, the enchanting Residenz Christmas village, and the medieval market at Wittelsbacherplatz. Indulge in mulled wine, delicious food, and traditional delights as you soak in the holiday spirit.
  • Ettal’s Festive Christmas Market: Each Advent season, the charming Bavarian town of Ettal hosts a beautiful, illuminated Christmas market filled with souvenir stalls offering gifts and Christmas tree decorations. The market square comes alive with enchanting lights, holiday melodies, and the delightful aroma of Glühwein, creating a magical atmosphere.
  • Salzburg’s Historic Christkindlmarkt: As one of the world’s oldest Advent markets, the Salzburg Christkindlmarkt, located in the heart of the World Heritage-listed Old City, is a truly special and historic occasion with traditional market stands.
  • Vienna’s Magical Christmas Markets: From mid-November until Christmas, Vienna’s charming squares transform into festive markets, filled with the enticing scents of Christmas treats and adorned with festive lights, creating an enchanting holiday atmosphere in the Old City and shopping streets.
  • Prague’s Festive Markets: Prague Christmas Markets are located at the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square, right in the city center. These markets are a major event in the Czech Republic, featuring numerous wooden stalls offering traditional Christmas items like Czech blown glass ornaments, glass pearl products, straw decorations, hand-embroidered tablecloths, wooden toys, cookie cutters, and more.


Day 1 :

Private transfer to Berlin, check-in at the hotel and at leisure.

Boat tour of Berlin. See Berlin from the water: tour where you travel through the localities of Mitte, Moabit, Tiergarten, Charlottenburg, Kreuzberg, Neukölln, Mercedes Benz Arena and Friedrichshain and offers an impression of the city not achievable in any other way.From Friedrichstraße to the city’s largest port and back: The 2.5-hour City Tour features many notable sights and buildings in Berlin’s historic and modern centre.

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Restaurant  suggestions  in  Berlin:

*SKYKITCHEN; Unforgettable views over all of Berlin, creativity, and classic craftsmanship, an easy-going professionalism, a Michelin star – that, in a nutshell, describes the unpretentious liaison of Skykitchen.

*RESTAURANT BIEBERBAU; Michelin-starred restaurant with unique ambience and modern- seasonal food.

*FACIL; 2 Michelin stars, the personality of the chef and their team is evident in the expertly crafted dishes, which are refined, inspired and sometimes original.

*DON CAMILLO; menu will be presented by you personally and many of the dishes are prepared at the table so you can experience a combination of professional teamwork and culinary delights.

Day 2 :

Enjoy guided tour of Berlin: Berlin, Germany’s capital, dates to the 13th century. Reminders of the city’s turbulent 20th-century history include its Holocaust memorial and the Berlin Wall’s graffitied remains. Divided during the Cold War, its 18th- century Brandenburg Gate has become a symbol of reunification. The city’s also known for its art scene and modern landmarks like the gold-colored, swoop-roofed Berliner Philharmonie, built in 1963. Visit all the main Sites from the Berlin Wall to the Brandenburg Gate, from the site of Hitler’s bunker, the Wall, Checkpoint Charlie to the Reichstag parliament building. During guiding you will be using public transportation (payable on the spot). Private transfer can be arranged for a supplement. Duration: up to 6 hours

Christmas markets in Berlin are one of the most famous and beloved German holiday traditions. Berlin offers a wide variety of Christmas markets all over the city, with different ambiances catering to all kinds of visitors: Christmas Market at Potsdamer Platz, Lucia Christmas Market at Kulturbrauerei, Christmas Market on Alexanderplatz, Christmas Market at Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Christmas Market at Gendarmenmarkt and much more.

Tip of the day:

  • Reichstag Rooftop tour: A great way to start your exploration and historical overview of Berlin is to visit the dome and rooftop terrace of the Reichstag / 1h
  • Berliner Unterwelten (Subterranean Berlin): A tour of underground Berlin takes you through WWII air raid shelters, abandoned subway stations and tunnels used to smuggle people out of East Germany during the Cold War. / 90m


Train transfer to Nuremberg. Check-in at the hotel.

Private guided tour of Nuremberg: The beautiful Old Town, which is the epitome of medieval charm, is nestled at the foot of the castle. Its home to historical buildings, spectacular churches, one of Germany’s largest pedestrian areas. Public transportation used during guiding is included. Duration: 2 hours

Nuremberg Christmas Market, a Historic Jewel in Bavaria. If you’re on the fence about which Christmas markets to visit this year, here are some reasons to visit the Nuremberg Christmas Market in particular: it’s historic (and famous!), it’s accessible, Nuremberg’s Christkind of one of the Christmas Market’s most unique differentiators, delectable treats. Have you heard of Feruzangenbowle? It’s Glühwein mixed with a rum-soaked sugar loaf that’s then lit on fire to caramelize and drip into your drink. So, many reasons to visit Christmas Markets in Nuremberg.

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  • Nuremberg Nazi Party Rally Grounds and Old Town Tour: NUREMBERG NAZI PARTY RALLY GROUNDS AND OLD TOWN TOUR (4 h): Visit the magnificent, medieval city of Nuremberg, Germany — featuring a trip to the Nazi party rally grounds — on this guided, 4-hour sightseeing tour. Learn about the history of the city, from the days of the Holy Roman Empire to the German Renaissance, Third Reich, Nazi rallies and Nuremberg Trials. See German Renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer’s house, the Imperial Castle courtyards, plus Town Hall, gothic St. Lawrence Church, bustling Craftsmen’s Courtyard and much more.
  • Albrecht Dürer’s House: ALBERCHT DÜRER’S HOUSE (1 h): A recently restored building, the house of the Middle Age painter and graphic artist Albrecht Durer is now a museum dedicated to the artist’s life and work. His works are currently presented in every corner of the world and even on chocolate bars or money bills, and Durer is widely regarded as having changed the course of art history in terms of meticulousness, mania for perfection and bringing technology to the medium of engraving.
  • Try Nürnberger Bratwurst: TRY NÜRNBERGER BRATWURST: The local sausage is protected under EU law, so can only be produced in Nuremberg. Nürnberger Bratwurst has been produced in the city since 1567 and if you’re used to chunky German sausage, you may be surprised by how small they are. They’re usually about eight centimetres long and so you may get as many as six in a serving. The flavour is also like no other German sausage as they’re seasoned with fresh marjoram. You can try one at Zum Guldenen Stern, considered the oldest bratwurst restaurant in the world.
  • Trip to UNESCO City of Bamberg: TRIP TO UNESCO CITY OF BAMBERG (half- or full- day): Surrounded by three of Europe’s most beautiful Nature Parks, Franconian Switzerland, Steigerwald and Haßberge. Experience the atmosphere of the old streets and Cathedral Square, the view of Little Venice, and enjoy the panorama of the city landscape and the beautiful surroundings from the top of Michaelsberg.


Train transfer to Rothenburg ob der Tauber, the Christmas Town and check-in at the hotel.

Private guided tour of Rothenburg ob der Tauber: It is a town on the Romantic Road in Bavaria about halfway in between Frankfurt and Munich. It is known for its medieval center (Altstadt), seemingly untouched by the passage of time, encircled by the undamaged 14th century town wall. Now Rothenburg is a small town and a big tourist attraction where you can spend many hours just enjoying the town atmosphere.
Duration: 2 hours

In the evening: Special Tour with the Nightwatchman – at 8:00 PM: Accompany the Rothenburg Night Watchman on his entertaining and informative rounds through the darkness. Follow him through dark alleyways and across dimly lit squares and enjoy the special mood of the town at night. Listen to his stories and find out how the people lived in the Middle Ages – a wonderful finale for your evening in Rothenburg.

Tip of the day – options in Rothenburg:

  • Christmas Museum : CHRISTMAS MUSEUM – ‘Deutsches Weihnachtsmuseum’ (1-2 h): The Christmas museum in Rothenburg will get you into a festive mood regardless of the season. Many of the Christmas traditions that exist today originated in Germany, so why not explore the magic of Christmas in one of the most magical towns you can visit. The museum covers the entire historic spectrum of Christmas so you can watch how decorations have evolved over the years. There is also a collection of 150 historical Father Christmas figurines which is a special treat for any Christmas fanatic!
  • Medieval Crime Museum: MEDIEVAL CRIME MUSEUM (1-2 h): A thousand years of legal history are brought to life in Rothenburg’s Museum of Medieval Crime. The Crime museum has impressive exhibits and provides a detailed commentary to give insight into the laws and punishments of the past. With exhibits displaying woodcuts and copper etchings of notorious crimes and a whole department dedicated to witchcraft and witch-hunting in Bavaria, your inner history scholar will be happy.
  • Spielbach beer: Try local SPIELBACH BEER (2-3 h): Spielbach is a local beer that is brewed in the town of Spielbach just 15km outside of Rothenburg. Spielbach is like drinking the golden honey of beer. It has the colour of a great Pilsner but where a Pilsner is quite light or thin in texture, Spielback reminds of the weight of a Stout. The flavour is deep but with a very subtle sweetness that means you can drink several glasses without being overwhelmed by any bitterness.


Train transfer to Munich (around 1h15min), check- in at the hotel.

After check-in at the hotel, private guided walking tour of Munich: This green city is known for its beautiful parks, many museums, and beautiful palaces. Get to know many of Munich’s top sites — city squares like Marienplatz, Odeonsplatz and Max-Joseph-Platz, plus the Alte Pinakothek art museum, Munich National Theatre and famous watering hole Hofbräuhaus. Your guide will provide you many details so that you will have lots of different options to explore also on your own after the tour.

Duration: 2 hours


Munich holds its traditional Christmas Market from November 23rd to December 24th. Whether at the large Christmas Market around Marienplatz, in the magical Christmas village in the Residenz or the medieval market on Wittelsbacherplatz – the Munich Christmas markets tempt you to stay a while and look around, offering mulled wine, culinary delicacies and traditional stands.

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  • Hofbräuhaus: The world-famous Hofbräuhaus brand brings an unparalleled beer culture to the Enjoy unique drinking, dining and entertainment experience in one of the world center of beer. / 1-2h
  • Concert at The Nymphenburg Palace: Enjoy an evening concert at one of the amazing halls in Schloss Nymphenburg. The 7-year-old Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his sister Nannerl gave a concert here in the palace with great success. You will be sure of an unforgettable evening.


Visit Fairytale Neuschwanstein Castle: Today Neuschwanstein is one of the most popular of all the palaces and castles in Europe. Nestled on the Bavarian Alps, the dreamy cliff-side castle boasts a

From drop off point you can reach the castle only by walking, carriage ride or public bus (payable on the spot). The castle tour is guided by official guides and takes approx. 1 hour in total. Later you can return directly to Munich or do some additional photo stop on your way back.

Christmas Market in Ettal: Ettal is a small town in the county of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, in Bavaria. Every year, in the , the city holds a beautiful full of lights Christmas market. The market is held in Advent days. The markets huts sell souvenirs, presents and decorations for the Christmas tree. The square is warped with beautiful light, holiday music and the smell of the Glühwein.


Train transfer to Salzburg, check-in at the hotel.

Guided tour of Salzburg: Our guide will pick you up at the reception desk in your hotel and take you to a tour of all main cultural and historical attractions. This picturesque city stretches along both banks of the River Salzach, as it emerges from the Salzburg Alps into lower land dominated by the 1,853-meter Untersberg. The romantic Old Town is a compact neighbourhood of narrow medieval streets and arcaded courtyards that are fun to explore, as are the spacious squares of the residential area between the Neutor and the Neugebäude districts. Salzburg enjoys a special fame in the world of music as the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, reflected in attractions such as the museum in his family home, various festivals showcasing his music, and even the melodies that ring out daily on the glockenspiel. Duration: up to 3 hours

Castle with fortress above Salzburg: Ascend and descend by Fortress funicular, entrance to fortress precincts, guided tour with audio guide (salt storeroom, torture chamber, look-out tower, ‘Salzburg Bull’ – mechanical organ), Fortress Museum, Rainer Regiment Museum, Marionette Museum, Alm passage. Besides, visit of unique Princes’ Apartments in the main castle and the Mechanical Theatre.

Salzburg Christmas market: The Salzburg Christkindlmarkt has deep historical roots and is one of the world’s oldest Advent markets. Its unique setting in the heart of Salzburg’s World Heritage-listed Old City, the traditional market stands, and its long history make the Salzburg Christkindlmarkt a truly special occasion.
NOTE: 26th of December is the last day of Christmas Market in Salzburg!

Great trips options from Salzburg:

  • Augustiner Brewery – Following the footsteps of Malt & Hops: Following the footsteps of Malt & Hops: We have a very special offer for our friends with special interest in a taste for hops! Our beer brewer is available for a behind-the- scenes tours through our brewery – a living brewing museum. Special tour through the “Path of Beer” – from the brewery to the bottling/ 3h
  • Apple Strudel Cooking Class: Rustle up an Austrian apple strudel during a cooking class in Salzburg. In a small group of no more than 15 people, you’ll prepare the pastry and marinate the apples to create one of the country’s iconic Learn from the chef and hear tips to make your own strudel back at home. The experience is available with a choice of two start times when you book. / 90m
  • Classic Concert in Salzburg with dinner: Enjoy an evening likely to have taken place in 1790 – in the Baroque Hall lit by candles, having a dinner based on historical recipes, listening to a concert with musicians in authentic costumes and the music of Wolfgang Amadeus / 3h
  • Sound of Music Tour: The life of the von Trapp Family is inseparably linked to the city of Every year nearly 300,000 people visit the Trapp Family homes and film locations. The 1965 film became an international box office success. Join us on a wonderful ride with breath- taking views of opening scenes of the movie The Sound of Music were filmed with local guide. / 3- 4h


Train transfer to Hallstatt, check-in at the hotel.

Guided private walking tour of Hallstatt: Jagged mountain peaks reflected in a pristine alpine lake offer the backdrop for this charming Austrian village. There was a Hallstatt before there was a Rome, and you will love every minute you spend strolling through this quaint 7,000-year-old Alpine village! In 1997 most of the historic, cultural landscape was listed a UNESCO World Heritage Site – characterized by breath-taking views, mighty peaks and spectacular caves.

Duration: 2 hours

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  • Berchtesgaden Saltmine: “White gold” has been mined at the Berchtesgaden salt mine without interruption since 1517. Since 2007, it has offered innovative visitor experiences unlike any other mine in the world! Visitors are taken on an adventurous guided tour into the very depths of the Salzberg mountain. Before entering the mine, you will be outfitted in functional overalls – for good reason, since the temperatures inside the mine are a constant +12° / 3h
  • Museum Hallstatt: THE MUSEUM HALLSTATT was opened in 1888 in order to showcase the special archaeological finds of Hallstatt, which were discovered in the preceding years. Visitors can learn everything about the history of this beautiful place in the museum, starting with the Stone Age and traveling through thousands of years of history right up to the present. Exhibited here are the discoveries from the local salt mines (the oldest in the world), and the Iron Age burial grounds and cemeteries
  • The Charnel House in Michael’s Chapel: THE CHARNEL HOUSE IN HALLSTATT had been in existence since the 12th century and contains 1,200 skulls. It is located in the two-story Michael’s Chapel, built in a baroque style. 610 of the skulls are painted, inscribed with the death date, and arranged by family. This tradition started in 1720, when there was no more room at the cemetery and no possibility of extending it. 10 to 15 years after the funerals, skulls and big tubular bones were taken from the graves to dry and clean them and paint afterwards, mostly with flowers as graves are also decorated with wreaths of flowers.



Train transfer to Vienna, check-in at the hotel.

Vienna City Highlights Tour: Our guide will pick you up at the reception desk in your hotel and take you for a tour of all main cultural and historical attractions along the famous Ringstrasse to see the Vienna Rathaus, Vienna’s historical centre, St Stephen’s Cathedral any many more.
The Capital of Austria is home to nearly one third of the country’s inhabitants and is its primary city. Ranked as one of the best liveable cities in the world enjoying a high quality of life, Vienna is a heaven in central Europe and remains a popular tourist destination.
Duration of guiding: 3 hours


middle of November until Christmas, Vienna’s prettiest squares transform into magical Christmas markets. The aroma of Christmas baking, hot punch and toasted almonds hangs in the air. The Old City and shopping streets are decorated with festive lights that create a Christmas atmosphere in Vienna.

Most known Christmas markets:

  • Vienna Christmas World on Rathausplatz
  • Christmas Village on Maria-Theresien-Platz
  • Christmas Market in front of Schönbrunn Palace

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  • The Albertina Museum: One of Vienna’s most impressive art galleries houses one of the largest print rooms in the world and covers most works of art from photography through modern graphic and impressionism. If you are a fan of Monet, Cézanne, Klimt and Picasso then the Albertina is one to visit. / 2h
  • The Kunsthistorisches Museum: Vienna was built by Emperor Franz Joseph to house exhibits from five millennia – from ancient Egypt and Greece to the late 18th century, masterpieces by Dürer, Raphael’s “Madonna in the Meadow”, Rembrandt, Rubens, Titian, Velázquez and / 2h
  • Vienna Opera tour: Take a glimpse behind the scenes of the world’s largest repertoire theatre and discover many things that remain hidden from the evening audience. On this approximately 40- minute shared tour, you will hear many interesting facts about the building’s history, its architecture and how an opera house is run. / 1h
  • Spanish Riding School Tour: The Spanish Riding School in Vienna with its famous Lipizzaner ballet can be experienced live in the baroque ambiance of the Imperial Palace. You can choose between guided tour, morning exercise or special performance. / 1-2h

Day 10 :

Visit Schönbrunn Palace & Gardens – highly recommended: Play royalty for a day in Vienna by visiting the summer residence of the Habsburgs, with its elegant gardens, fountains, fake Roman ruins, a hilltop café, and Europe’s oldest zoo. This surely is a must-see attraction for all first-time visitors!

We will provide Grand Tour tickets: Forty rooms and forty fascinating stories spanning three centuries in one hour of visit.

Tip of the day – more options in Vienna:

  • Mozart & Strauss concerts with dinner in the Kursalon: Enjoy the musical delights of the concert in the Lanner Hall of the Kursalon with an Austrian dinner in the stylish surroundings of the Restaurant Johann. / 4-5h
  • Top fine dining restaurant suggestions in Vienna: *Loca. Unique concept that combines different ways of eating in a tasty way. They offer: Low carb food, low fat food and stylish traditional Austrian*Veranda. All dishes in gourmet restaurant Veranda in Vienna are prepared using a very special ingredient – passion! They place the utmost emphasis on organic, local and seasonal produce as the inspiration for the creation of truly natural and authentic dishes.*Steirereck Restaurant. Formal Austrian restaurant with terraces, where white-gloved waiters serve refined creative cuisine. Closed SAT and SUN.
  • Vienner steak: Vienner steak at Figlmuller: Try original Vienna steak in the restaurant where it was “born”. In Viennese cuisine, there is probably no dish more characteristic of Vienna than Wiener Schnitzel. Its origin is the subject of numerous legends and controversies. There is consensus, however: Only premium veal fried golden brown in lard will do.
  • Vienna Food Tour: Get a thorough introduction to Vienna’s dynamic food and drink scene with a local showing you the best places to stop for all manner of sweet versus savoury. Walk through the trendiest neighborhoods and discover the legendary markets of this extraordinary city. Find out where to sip the best coffee in a city filled to the brim with historic coffeehouses and hear about the legendary debate over who invented the most famous dessert in Vienna. / 4h
  • Freud Museum: In the former living quarters and office of Sigmund Freud in the house at Berggasse 19 in Vienna’s ninth district, the Sigmund Freud Museum presents an exhibition documenting the life and work of the founder of psychoanalysis. Freud lived and worked in this house from 1891 until 1938, when on 4 June he was forced by the National Socialists to flee with his family into exile in England. / 1-2h
  • Hofburg, the Imperial Palace: Explore one of main highlights of Vienna: The Hofburg is the former principal Imperial palace of the Habsburg dynasty rulers and today serves as the official residence and workplace of the President of Tour can be as the regular tour or you can book with us the Exclusive private tour where you can see: Sisi Museum and the Imperial Apartments (approx. 60 minutes), Highlights of the Silver Collection (approx. 50 minutes), State banquets past and present (Silver Collection, approx. 50 minutes). / 1-2h
  • See Hundertwasserhaus: Famous as Vienna’s “nature and human-friendly” house, the decidedly odd (yet fascinating) Hundertwasserhaus is well worth a visit. Designed by painter Friedensreich Hundertwasser, this brightly coloured landmark was completed in 1985 and its main occupants – perhaps unsurprisingly – are artists, intellectuals, and creative types (much like the architect himself). Although the brightly coloured building can only be enjoyed from the outside, you can explore the nearby Kunsthaus Wien, a complex of apartments containing a terrace café where you can rest while soaking up the / 1-2h


Train transfer to Prague. Check-in hotel and at leisure.

Meet your local private guide for a private guided walking tour of Prague, a great introduction that covers the major attractions. See Old Town Square, set your watches at the Astronomical Clock, walk through the Jewish Quarter, then take a stroll across Charles Bridge and up to Prague Castle where you will learn about the development of the Charles bridge and Prague Castle. Duration: 4 hrs

The Prague Christmas Markets are open daily from 26th November 2022 to 6th January 2023, including on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. Opening hours are 10:00-22:00. The main Christmas markets are held at the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square, in the heart of the city. The Christmas markets in Old Town Square in the centre of Prague are the biggest project of its kind in the Czech Republic where, in dozens of wooden stalls, merchants offer typical Christmas goods and items such as traditional Czech blown glass balls, products made of glass pearls or straw, hand-embroidered tablecloths, wooden toys, biscuit cutters and many other things.

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  • Prague Microbrewery Tour: Join a popular tour of 3 of Prague’s top microbreweries and sample 11 varieties of Czech beer. On this 3-hour tour you will also learn brewing techniques and the centuries-old traditions of this city known around the world for its fine beers. / 3h
  • Michelin Restaurants recommendation in Prague: *FIELD RESTAURANT: In the stubborn cooking of Chef Radek Kašpárek, under the infinitely variable ceiling, everything can manifest in its raw, non-beautified form. The seasonal menus do not hide their natural origin – and sometimes literally the return to the roots. The field is Everything else is open. *ALCRON RESTAURANT: With its gourmet dishes, beautiful surroundings, and courteous staff The Alcron truly promises an unforgettable evening. It is listed between years 2012 – 2017 to the Michelin Star guide and gourmet Maurer´s Choice Grand Restaurant. *L A  D E G U S T A T I O N  B O H E M E BOURGEOISE: they offer degustation-tasting menus which presents you with a choice of seasonal products from local farmers and hunters.

Day 12 :

With your private guide visit Prague Castle, the largest castle complex in the world and UNESCO World Heritage site. We will explore exteriors of Prague Castle: St. Vitus Cathedral which took nearly 600 years to build. Old Royal Palace exteriors take you back in history with medieval look. St. George Basilica is oldest building in Prague Castle, dated back in 10th century. Did you know that in 16 century Prague was the most Magical city in Europe and famous alchemists and astrologers lived here? And do not forget to enjoy the Golden Lane (Czech: Zlatá ulička). This tiny street is lined with colourful houses resembling something out of a fairy tale. Duration: 3 hours

Tip of the day – optionally:

  • Beer Gardens Selection in Prague: Riegrovy Sady Beer Garden, Prague’s Premier Beer Garden with Zemský On Tap; Pivovar Národní, A New Microbrewery in Central Prague; Pivovar Hostivar: From the first sip of a bottle bought at a local beer shop; Pivovar Hostivar struck our taste buds as a must visit. The beer is incredibly fresh.; Letná Beer Garden: With arguably the best view of Prague, Letná Beer Garden is a green, leafy oasis perfect for enjoying a beer in nice
  • Selection of best museums & Galleries in Prague: Prague National Gallery and National Museum, Prague City Gallery (the second most significant art institution in the Czech Republic after the National Gallery with large collection of Czech art of the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries), Czech Museum of Fine Arts, National Technical Museum, Magical Cavern Museum, Prague Jewish Museum and many
  • Strahov Library: The library of the Premonstratensian monastery at Strahov is one of the most valuable and best-preserved historical libraries – its collection consists of approximately 200,000 volumes. The oldest part of the library, the Baroque Theological Hall, was established between 1671 and 1674; the main Classicist vaults of the Philosophical Hall date from 1794 and are two storeys tall. Both halls are dominated by ceiling frescoes by Siard Nosecký and Anton
  • Prague Food Tour: Walking food tour of this glorious city takes in plenty of authentic food tastings from amazing, locally loved food stops.
  • You will taste some incredible Czech desserts, get a real understanding of why Prague is famous for its open-faced sandwiches, and soak up some serious history in a café that dates back to the beginning of the 20th century and has played host to dozens of famous historical figures. Take a break from being a tourist and experience the real Prague. / 4h
  • Prague Cooking classes: The cooking classes are held in the morning hours and will present you with the best of the traditional Czech cuisine. Every class is held by chef, who will lead you through the whole food preparation and cooking. As a result of joint efforts, you will enjoy the best possible lunch at the end of the class. / 4h
  • Dinner Cruise on Vltava River: Enjoy the most beautiful sights in Prague – Charles Bridge, Rudolfinum, Prague Castle, etc. from the boat and relax with live music on-board. During the cruise enjoy a fabulous menu with a wide selection of delicacies of Czech and international cuisine (possible as a buffet or a la carte dinner).
  • Ceške Budejovice & Krumlov: Tour to Češke Budejovice where famous Budweiser beer is being brewed. Continue to picturesque, historical UNESCO Cešky Krumlov, a stunningly beautiful town in southern Bohemia, and after Prague Czechia’s second most visited tourist attraction. The historic center of the town was inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1992.
  • Bohemian Vineyards with wine tasting & culinary tour (private): Volcanic landscape, dazzling vineyards, local food, and wine tasting. Bohemian experience can’t get any better. Escape touristy Prague and get to know the real Czech countryside. Explore volcanic landscape, which gives local wine its signature taste and bouquet, drive through the vineyards, enjoy a romantic picnic in a vineyard and taste this potion of gods in a local winery. / whole day

Day 13 :

Private transfer to Prague Airport and flight back home.

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