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Bohemia and Saxon Switzerland Day Trip From Dresden

1. Bohemia and Saxon Switzerland Day Trip From Dresden

See the best of Bohemia and the Saxon Switzerland National Park on a full-day guided tour from Dresden. Transfer to the heart of Bohemia and the Saxon Switzerland National Park, the youngest national park in the Czech Republic. Stop at Bastei Bridge, perched high above the River Elbe. Enjoy stunning views as you walk across the bridge. Then, continue to Pravcika Gate on the Czech Republic side of the park. Admire Europe’s largest natural sandstone gate. Pause for lunch (included), before transferring to Kamenice Gorge. Here, you will board a small dinghy for a scenic journey through a canyon carved deep in the sandstone cliffs. Arrive at the colorful village of Hrensko at the confluence of the Kamenice and Labe rivers. Stroll around the former 15th-century trading post, before your return transfer to Dresden.

Bohemian Paradise UNESCO Geopark: Walking Tour From Prague

2. Bohemian Paradise UNESCO Geopark: Walking Tour From Prague

It's time to discover why this part of the world attracts painters, writers, artists, and dreamers of all kinds. Get ready to enter a real bohemian paradise, one of the most visited places in the Czech Republic. Stroll past romantic ponds, admire extensive rock city, and take in panoramic views of the countryside. Upon arrival, you'll hike to the rock city of Prachov Rocks (approximately 8 KM). On hot summer days, you can take a refreshing dip in the lake. You’ll be walking through thin cracks in the rocks, climbing up and down and enjoying the views from the top. After a 3-hour hiking tour of Prachov Rocks, you'll drive to the nearby Kost Castle, where you can enjoy a delicious lunch in the castle’s restaurant. On the way back to Prague you'll visit the small village of Vesec u Sobotky where you can admire some traditional folk architecture.

From Prague: Kutna Hora and Bone Chapel Tour

3. From Prague: Kutna Hora and Bone Chapel Tour

Take a day trip from Prague to the gruesome bone chapel of Kutná Hora and explore the historic buildings of the medieval town center. During the 6-hour excursion, you will visit all the main sights, including the ghoulish Sedlec Ossuary, and the Gothic masterpiece of St. Barbara's Church. Thanks to the prosperous silver mines, Kutná Hora became the second most important town of the Bohemian Kingdom in the Middle Ages after Prague. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995, the town is full of remarkable late Gothic and Baroque architecture. Visit the miraculous Church of St. Barbara, the Italian Court (Royal Mint), and the unique Ossuary in Sedlec, where you will also see Bohemia’s oldest Cistercian Monastery. Learn about the Hussite Wars, and explore the boom days when Kutná Hora competed with Prague economically and culturally to become the favorite residence of Bohemian kings.

Bohemian Switzerland National Park: Hiking Tour from Prague

4. Bohemian Switzerland National Park: Hiking Tour from Prague

Join this private small-group trip to the Bohemian Switzerland National Park. You’ll spend the day with a local learning about and experiencing the Czech countryside and its people. You’ll visit places where scenes from the Chronicles of Narnia movie were filmed, be amazed by the unspoiled nature, and explore the beauty of the park on a hike. During the tour, you'll start with a visit to Pravcicka Gate - with a width of 26.5m and a height of 16m, this is the largest sandstone rock arch in Europe. You'll enjoy magnificent views of Germany and the surrounding mountains. After lunch, you'll walk around Kamenice river where a special boat ride will be organized for you in Edmund's George. This tour is the best way to get to know Bohemian Switzerland National Park - come walk through its fairytale countryside and mystical gorges, enjoy the views far into the distance and listen to the murmuring of the crystal clear Kamenice Stream.

From Prague: Karlovy Vary Full-Day Tour

5. From Prague: Karlovy Vary Full-Day Tour

Karlovy Vary is the best known spa town in the Czech Republic, and its history dates to the 14th century and the reign of Charles IV. The healing powers of the local springs enticed notables such as the Russian Tsar Peter the Great and the German poet Goethe. The spa town is also known for the production of world-renowned Moser crystal, Carlsbad porcelain, and the traditional Czech herb liqueur, Becherovka. On this full-day excursion from Prague you’ll enjoy a guided tour of the town center and marvel at the most famous geyser, Vřídlo Sprudel, gushing its mineral waters to a height of nearly 12 meters! After this you’ll be free to explore the town on your own.

From Prague: Full-Day Trip to Česky Krumlov

6. From Prague: Full-Day Trip to Česky Krumlov

Join this full-day trip from Prague that features tours of the historic center of Česky Krumlov and its castle and museum. Visit a town that seems to have been lifted from a fairy tale. Česky Krumlov, located about 170 kilometers from Prague, is nestled in the beautiful countryside of southern Bohemia, with lovely views along the Vltava River. The UNESCO-listed town center features over 300 historic houses and the second-largest castle in the Czech Republic, complete with magnificent baroque gardens. Visit the unique theater with a rotating auditorium. Česky Krumlov has preserved its medieval atmosphere, as you’ll experience when you walk along the picturesque narrow streets, where you’ll find shops filled with handmade souvenirs. At one time, the castle was the seat of important noble families, including the Rosenbergs, Eggenbergs, and Schwarzenbergs. The oldest baroque theater in the world is part of the castle as well.

From Prague: Saxony and Bohemian Switzerland Walking Tour

7. From Prague: Saxony and Bohemian Switzerland Walking Tour

Make the most of your trip and admire some of the most spectacular wonders that mother nature has created. On this full-day tour, which should be on the bucket list of every nature lover, visit Bohemian Switzerland National Park, a place that has been certified as a ‘European Destination of Excellence’ thanks to its exceptional beauty. Throughout the day, visit the region’s most idyllic locations, enjoy walks and moderate hikes, dine on local cuisine, and capture incredible photos. The day begins with pickup from your accommodation in Prague and heads to Bohemian Switzerland National Park. Upon arrival visit the most popular natural attraction in the park, Pravcicka Gate, which is Europe’s largest sandstone arch, hidden deep in the mysterious woodland. Take some time to admire the beauty of the arch, which stands at an impressive 21 meters tall and was used as a filming location for the movie Narnia. Once you’ve worked up a bit of an appetite it’s time for lunch, served in a historical stone house. The restaurant, which was originally built in 1905 by German workers to supply coal gas to local homes, now boasts a newly renovated interior with a trendy steam punk inspired style. Enjoy a delicious traditional Czech meal and learn a little about local cuisine while you eat.  The last stop of the day is the Bastei rock formation, which sits in the German Saxony side of the park. The Bastei offers an array of breathtaking view points over the Elbe Canyon on the banks of the River Elbe. From here, walk across the fascinating sandstone bridge that connects Bastei and explore the ruins of an old Neurathen rock castle. At the end of an unforgettable day of adventures, sit back and enjoy a well-deserved rest on the return journey to Prague.

Bohemian Paradise: Day trip from Prague

8. Bohemian Paradise: Day trip from Prague

Enjoy the fantastic day with locals in Bohemian Paradise — a paradise for movie makers, nature lovers and for all others. Explore sandstone rock labyrinths, amazing rock cities, a Baroque châteaux, rock castle ruins and wooden cottages. View the picturesque Bohemian countryside, peaceful pine forests and meadows. The name Bohemian Paradise expresses the unique harmony of natural sandstone rock cities and a varied landscape with valuable historical sights and folk architecture. The Bohemian Paradise is included in the UNESCO list in the category of geopark. This is an excellent opportunity to spend your holiday discovering beautiful nature and history — you will pass through narrow corridors of rock cities, interesting rock labyrinths, splendid viewpoints and little rock castle ruins.

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What people are saying about Bohemia

The tour was excellent! We had a helpful and informative tour guide, Jan, who showed us around some beautiful places. The climbs were a bit difficult however the views were worth every second of it. Well done!

It’s a really pleasant and comfortable day, Jan and Willem all very nice and willing to share more info with us, and so lucky to have a funny group, it’s a wonderful trip. :)

Michaela was very kind and informative. She really showed us around Karlovy Vary. She is eager to show you around the city and the hill. 100% recommend

The transport was comfortable. Our guide, William, was so helpful. And funny too! We had a great experience overall.

Guide was informative and humorous. Lunch was good too! Great trip!