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Czech Trip

Czech Trip

Czech Trip


  • 3 Nights in Prague at 3 Star Hotel In Prague or similar
  • Sightseeing’s
  • Grand City Tour Of Prague Vltava River Cruise
  • Meals 4 Breakfast

Czech Trip


  • 5% GST on total Tour cost
  • Cost of Meals (Lunch & Dinner)
  • City Tax – To be paid directly by the passenger at the Hotel
  • Cost of Sightseeing ( Except Above)
  • Medical Insurance
  • Any personal expenses i.e. Laundry, Tips, Phone etc.
  • Anything which is not mentioned in Inclusions.
  • Any surcharge applicable during your travel dates.
  • Transfers to the departure point of Tours and Attraction.


Czech Trip , After morning breakfast transfer yourself to station to take a train to Prague (4.30 Hrs). Arrive and transfer to yourself to your hotel. Check in. Later day is free at leisure. Today opt for Folklore Show with Dinner to get feel and insight of Czech Culture. Overnight in Prague

Czech Trip


Today morning after breakfast make your way to start your Grand City Tour of Prague, best way to explore this beautiful historic city. After completion of City Tour you can opt for a Vltava River Cruise. There are options available such as with tea/coffee cruise and Dinner Cruise. Overnight in Prague

Czech Trip


After breakfast day is free at leisure to explore the city by your own.

Czech Trip


After breakfast check out and transfer to Airport to board a flight to India.

Czech Trip

This eastern town on the once border between Bohemia and Moravia sat on an important trade route called the Tristenice Path. In the late sixteenth century, the most notable building in the town was created, a renaissance-style castle. This palace is the birthplace of noted classical music composer Bedrich Smetana. Another highlight in the town is the Portmoneum, the former home of art lover Josef Portmon, and a tribute to graphic art that covers walls, floors, ceilings and furniture in a completely immersive style.

Czech Trip


Olomouc was originally created as a Roman fort during the imperial period. The name is a corrupted version of its Roman name, Mount Julius. It later became the residence of the Moravian governor. There is much to see here, as the town was considered important during almost every century of the last millennium. Olomouc Castle dates back to the twelfth century, and has in it the beautiful Saint Wencelas Cathedral. The town is populated with more than a dozen lovely religious buildings from progressive architectural styles, six notable baroque fountains that are a point of pride, a notable art museum, and the spectacular astronomical clock

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