When we go on our annual trips to the Czech Republic, we love to visit various places and
learn the history of Czech republic and Europe. The wars (World War I and II) didn't damage
the main tourist attractions in big cities like Prague and Vienna or numerous castles and
chateaus. You can enjoy beautiful architecture, literally travel back in time, and explore the
treasures Europe has to offer.
Within your 21 day visit, you will have plenty of time to see exactly what you want
and leave with wonderful experiences. We will organize two day trips, one to Prague, the
capital of Czech Republic, and the other to Vienna, the capital of Austria. The beauty of
these two cities is that everything is within walking distance. There is lots to see...and to
taste. Some couples had even time to go see Budapest, Krakow, Venice. Feel free to ask us
about directions, train schedules and tips from our past clients. All of these locations are
within several hours away and everybody had such a wonderful time on their trips.
Prague, also called "the mother of all cities", is a
very easy city to get to know and enjoy. It has 1.2
million inhabitants. Six hundred years of
architecture remain virtually untouched by natural
disaster or war. Few other cities anywhere in
Europe look as good. Almost three million tourists
visit Prague every year.
Straddling the winding River Vltava, with a steep
wooded hill to one side, the city retains much of
its medieval layout. The street facades remain
smothered in a rich mantle of Baroque, Rococo
and Art Nouveau, all of which successfully
escaped the vanities and excesses of postwar
You will enjoy the Charles Bridge with
painters and musicians, Old Town Square with
the Astronomical Clock and moving Apostles.
Vienna is the capital of Austria, and also one of
Austria's nine federal states. With a population
of about 1.6 million, Vienna is the largest city and
the cultural and political centre of Austria.
Situated on both sides of the river Danube,
Vienna is 40 kilometres (25 miles) from the
Austrian-Slovakian border, and 50 km (31.3 mi)
from the Slovakian capital, Bratislava. It is one of
the best-known cities in Europe and has a
prominent place in the history of Western
civilization and world culture and history.
You can explore Vienna on your own or stay
with us and check the most interesting and important
historical and architectural teasures this city has to