Organized Excursion in Prague
The “golden city,” as it is often called Prague, is the capital and largest city in the Czech Republic. Built on the Vltava River, Prague was fortunate to stay almost unnatural from the two world wars, making it a diamond from the past. The history of the city began in 200 AD. when inhabited by Celtic tribes. In recent years, Prague has experienced explosive growth and today it is a major economic, cultural and tourist center. The Czechs are peaceful people and are distinguished for their hospitality and the prices you will meet in Prague, although significantly higher than in the past, are moving at reasonable levels. Prague is an important destination for the Greeks, resulting in the large and central restaurants and cafes being able to find the catalogs in Greek language.
5 Days – Departures:
- 04, 11, 18, 25 November 2021
- 02, 09, 16 December 2021
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Athens – Prague (Old Town Tour)Meeting at Athens airport and flight to Prague. Arriving in the “Golden City” where we will meet our local guide, boarding the bus and touring begins with “Small Place” (Malá Strána), one of the oldest historical districts in Prague. Then we will walk from the Charles scenic gothic bridge through the medieval streets of the “Royal Road” to the Old Town Square, the Town Hall and the famous astronomical clock and the parade of the Apostles as well as the square of the historical center of Prague. After the tour we will have lunch at a local restaurant to enjoy the traditional local cuisine. Then we will be transferred to our hotel. In the evening you can enjoy at typical Czech beer houses with local specialties and beer production or at the famous jazz clubs of Prague.
Prague – Castle-City TourBreakfast at the hotel and our tour starts with the Strahov monastery and the Loretto, two of the most important monuments in Prague, then we head to the magnificent castle-city, which stretches over the hill of Malá Strána and we end up at the imposing St. Vitus Cathedral and the chapel of St. Wenceslas, patron saint of the country, the church of St. George, the palaces where the Dukes and Kings of Bohemia lived, the Daliborka tower and the «Golden Alley» which in the 16th and 17th century was the seat of the alchemists. The alley consists of small colorful houses, which were repainted in bright colors in the 1950s. Many of the houses are now souvenir shops and there is a medieval arsenal museum inside the former 14th century fortification. The number 22 belonged to the writer's Franz Kafka sister, who used this house to write his texts for about two years. Next we will have free time for a walk in the city. For the evening we recommend you to watch a «Black Theater» performance, opera etc, after all you are in the city where the idea of the Black Theater was born!
Prague – Karlovy VaryAfter breakfast we will depart from Prague with destination to visit the well-known spa-town of Karlovy Vary in West Bohemia, known for its thermal springs. In the 14th century it was named «Royal City» by Emperor Charles the 4th, and since then it has been established as a meeting place for personalities of letters, arts and politics. Crossing the central pedestrian street next to the Tepla River, we understand why Goethe, Schiller, Beethoven, Bach, the Tsar of Russia, etc. walked the same path. Night free. Return to Prague. Free evening.
Prague – Free Day – Dresden (Optional)Breakfast at the hotel. Today is a free day. You can tour around the city, go shopping or take advantage of the opportunity to see the city which is the cultural capital of Germany. The first impression one has when arriving in the city can be summed up in one word: «awe». Especially if the weather is gloomy enough, the sensation caused by the view of Dresden, is enough to immediately magnetize the visitor and wrap him with its magic. Semperoper opera house stands in Theaterplatz, the main square. In Zwinger, a multi-museum with works by Raphael, there are also paintings by Giorgione, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Rubens and even one by El Greco. You will admire the porcelain mural of all the rulers of Saxony, including Augustus the Great. The big church in the square is the so-called Frauenkirche (Frauen = women), which was and is the symbol of the city. The bridge of Augustus is worth walking up to the monument of the Golden Knight. In the afternoon we return to Prague. The evening is free. Food or drink on the clock. Return to Prague.
Prague – AthensBreakfast at our hotel and free day. In the afternoon with the best impressions from the beautiful capital of the Czech Republic, we depart for the airport and the return flight.
PragueThe “golden city,” as it is often called Prague, is the capital and largest city in the Czech Republic. Built on the Vltava River, Prague was fortunate to stay almost unnatural from the two world wars, making it a diamond from the past. The history of the city began in 200 AD. when inhabited by Celtic tribes. In recent years, Prague has experienced explosive growth and today it is a major economic, cultural and tourist center. The Czechs are peaceful people and are distinguished for their hospitality and the prices you will meet in Prague, although significantly higher than in the past, are moving at reasonable levels. Prague is an important destination for the Greeks, resulting in the large and central restaurants and cafes being able to find the catalogs in Greek language.
5 daysDepartures: 04, 11, 18, 25 November 2021 / 02, 09, 16 December 2021
04, 11, 18, 25 November 2021
02, 09, 16 December 2021
|Double||Single||Child 2 until 12 years old*|
VIENNA HOUSE DIPLOMAT HOTEL 4*
|455 €||655 €||375 €|
987 DESIGN HOTEL 4*
or HOTEL JOSEF 4* (Superior)
|495 €||625 €||425 €|
GRANDIOR HOTEL 5*
|595 €||795 €||525 €|
|*Child’s price is based on one child΄s stay (up to 11,99 yrs), in the same room with two (2) adults in an extra bed.|
Flights with Aegean Airlines
- A3 864 / Athens – Prague: 09:25 (departure) – 11:05 (arrival).
- A3 867 / Prague – Athens: 16:50 (departure) – 20:30 (arrival).
- Airplane tickets ATHENS – PRAGUE – ATHENS with Aegean Airlines.
- One (1) luggage 23 kg & one (1) hand luggage 8 kg per person.
- Transfers from / to Prague airport.
- Four (4) overnights in Prague at the hotel of your selection with breakfast.
- Tour at the Old Town of Prague.
- Tour at the Prague Castle.
- Full day excursion to Karlovy Vary.
- Greek-speaking tour escort – guide.
- Travel insurance with extra benefits.
- Airport taxes and fuel surcharge 155 €.
- Entrances to museums, palaces and to various attractions.
- Everything that is mentioned as optional or proposed, and everything that is not explicitly mentioned in the included.
- The program is indicative. The final trip program will be given to you three days before your departure.
- The range of the tours is possible to change for the best performance of the program without missing anyone of them.
- Passport or new type ID is necessary for all excursions in Europe.
- Children up to 12 years old are travelling only with passport.