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South Moravian Region

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Brno: Historic Downtown Walking Tour

1. Brno: Historic Downtown Walking Tour

Stroll through the historic center of Brno, capital of Moravia, and admire rich architectural treasures by day or in the evening. Visit top attractions such as the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul. Follow your guide to piazzas such as Liberty Square (the main market square from the Middle Ages), Freedom Square and Capuchin Square (Kapucínské náměstí), where the crypt of the Capuchin Monastery holds the mummified remains of city noblemen. Go to the Vegetable Market, situated over a labyrinth of underground corridors that were used to store food, brew beer and mature wine. Look at the allegorical carvings of the Parnassus Fountain and admire the Renaissance facade of the Reduta Theatre, where Mozart once played. Hear the legend of the dragon and the wheel at the Old Town Hall, and see the New Town Hall, House of the Noblemen of Leipa, and Church of St. James before heading back along Joseph Street (Josefska). During festive holidays, such as Christmas and Easter, visit traditional markets and get to know more about the Czech traditions and customs.

Prague: 3 UNESCO Jewels of the Czech Republic Tour

2. Prague: 3 UNESCO Jewels of the Czech Republic Tour

Depart Prague and head to Telč, a fairy tale town situated in the Moravia. The town center was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992, and represents a great architectural jewel. The history of this laid-back town dates back to the 12th century, but after the big fire which hit the town in the 16th century, the whole city center had to be renovated. Lunch will be served at the second UNESCO-listed town of Třebíč. This town has been shaped by multiple cultural and religious influences. Begin by visiting the famous Jewish Quarter which began to be developed in the 14th century. Later, visit the nearby Basilica of St. Procopius. The Basilica dates back to the 13th century and is the first example of western architecture in central Europe. The main door has incredibly detailed stone carvings, and there are wonderful golden artworks inside. Both of these monuments are recognized by UNESCO as an important cultural site, but more importantly they demonstrate an unusual religious tolerance between the Jewish and the Christians from the Middle Ages through to the 20th century. Your next destination will be another UNESCO World Heritage Site: the Pilgrimage Church of Saint John of Nepomuk on the Zelená Hora. It is another Moravian jewel which was constructed in honor of St. John of Nepomuk, the Czech martyr who was drowned in the Vltava River because he refused to divulge the secrets of the confessional. The concept of the church is very unique and was very modern for its time. Santini combined the Baroque style with Gothic elements in both construction and decoration. Once done exploring this church, return to Prague where your tour will end.

From Vienna: Prague Day Trip with Guided Walking Tour

3. From Vienna: Prague Day Trip with Guided Walking Tour

Take a full-day trip to the Czech Republic while you are in Vienna. Explore the culture and history of the Golden City of Prague with a local guide. See the city's most famous landmarks and discover its hidden streets on a walking tour. Choose between a coach tour or a small-group tour for up to 8 participants.  The tour starts with pickup from your central hotel in Vienna at the pre-arranged time. As you travel through Moravia on your 4-hour trip to the Czech Republic, enjoy the scenery of the historical Czech lands. Upon arrival in Prague, take your comprehensive walking tour with your experienced local guide. Visit the National Theater, Charles Bridge, the elegant residences lining the river, the Parisian Street, the Jewish Cemetery, Wenceslas Square, and the Old Town Square. Afterward, you will have free to time explore the Old Town or browse for souvenirs independently For all beer lovers, don't miss an opportunity to taste the best beer in the world by sampling a Czech brew. Your tour concludes with transportation back to your hotel/accommodation in Vienna.

From Krakow Balice Airport: Private Transfer to Brno

4. From Krakow Balice Airport: Private Transfer to Brno

After booking, you will receive immediate confirmation. Your driver will be waiting at the agreed time in fin the arrivals hall with a nameplate. This transfer service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, provided by brand new, luxury cars with Wi-Fi access and experienced English speaking drivers. You choose the time and date, and we'll take care of everything else. The journey itself will take about 3,5-4 hours and it will be a time of rest and rejuvenation before the next challenge. We always provide the highest quality transport services.

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Overall rating

4.2 / 5

based on 87 reviews

Dagmar, our tour guide, was really personable. She has told a lot about the city. Got to know the old town even better. Discovered new places and can collect a lot of information. She even exceeded the planned time of 2 hours and also showed us restaurants, which are highly recommended. Simply great Dagmar you should read the review. Thank you Thank you Thank you Katja and Jens

Punctual, well-informed, inspiring, good German speaker, covered the most important stations in the city center in 2 hours, sufficient details, on request also about the country and its people. Great value for money due to the personal guidance. Too expensive for larger groups.

Very informative tour, you will learn about current and old facts of Brno as well as general Moravian culture and history. We were touched when the guide sang the original Moravian anthem. Recommend to everyone interested in history and architecture.

Through the tour we learned a lot of interesting things about Brno. The travel guide was very nice and spoke German well. Everything went well and the duration was right. I can only recommend it!

Nice walking tour and we got a lot of information about Brno