Feel The Charm Of the Czech Republic Via Czech Republic Tours

Feel The Charm Of the Czech Republic Via Czech Republic Tours

The city is very cultural, and many festivals and international festivals take place annually. Thanks to numerous students, Brno is a lively town and offers plenty of things to do. You'll be enchanted by not only the history and the picturesque historical center but also the local life and atmosphere. The Czech Republic tours will guide you to visit the amazing places to visit in the Czech Republic Read More

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The city is very cultural, and many festivals and international festivals take place annually. Thanks to numerous students, Brno is a lively town and offers plenty of things to do. You’ll be enchanted by not only the history and the picturesque historical center but also the local life and atmosphere. The Czech Republic tours will guide you to visit the amazing places to visit in the Czech Republic.

Highlights of the Trip:

  • Witness the walk to the Old City and the Prague's Jewish Quarter

  • Visit the Spilberk Castle

  • Make a tour to Dietrichstein Palace

  • Discover The Ossuary of St. James' Church

Trip Glimpses

Day 1: Arrival in Prague, Czech Republic

Day 2: Spilberk Castle

Day 3: Dietrichstein Palace

Day 4: The Ossuary of St. James' Church

Day 5: Veveri Castle

Day 6: Liberty Square

Day 7: Departure

DETAILED ITINERARY

Day 1: Arrival in Prague, Czech Republic

Welcome to the beautiful Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic. After arrival, you can check-in to your hotel and can move forward to explore the best places.  Here, you would get to see the UNESCO Heritage Site i.e. the Old City and the Prague's Jewish Quarter which starts daily at 3:30 PM. Anyhow, if you become late at reaching here then, don’t worry because in the evening at 5:30 PM daily, you can attend and join Charles Bridge and Castle tour.

Day 2: Spilberk Castle

On the second day of the Czech Republic Tours where you can visit the Spilberk Castle that forms one of the most significant landmarks of Brno as well as the whole Moravia. From afar, you can see a green hill with an impressive fort on the top. The P?emysl Otakar II originally founded the castle as the major royal castle and the support of the rulers. Due to its strategic position, the castle became the most powerful military fortress in the 16th and 17th century. And since then, the castle also held a fortress prison.

Day 3: Dietrichstein Palace

Dietrichstein Palace is one of the oldest palace buildings in Brno. It was founded between 1614 and 1618 as a place of residence for the Cardinal František Dietruchsteun. At the turn of the 17th to the 18th century, the palace was rebuilt into its present Baroque form. Today it forms a permanent exhibition and exhibition halls of the Moravian Museum.  

Day 4: The Ossuary of St. James' Church

The cemetery at the Church of St. James has existed since the early 13th century. Like the cemeteries of the city, it was built within the walls that prevented later expansion. The Josephine reforms led to the abolition of the cemetery due to hygienic issues in 1784. The remains of the graves were deposited in the crypt, and the graveyard wall was demolished. Over time, the ossuary with its size and location have been forgotten.  During the restoration, all the remains were removed, cleaned, and put back to the place of their last rest. Together with other archaeological artifacts, the exhibition is proof of the former burial traditions at one of the largest town cemeteries in Brno.

Day 5: Veveri Castle

Surrounding a dam, large forests, and a lot of beautiful hills, Veve?í Castle is an ideal location for hiking. One of the most popular places around Brno is a medieval mansion called Veve?í Castle. The romantic and former royal hunting castle has experienced the times of glory as well as deep sorrow. There is a long-term reconstruction but its still open to the public. Besides, you can visit many cultural and social events that held there.

Day 6: Liberty Square

Liberty Square is the Central Square of Brno. Nowadays, Liberty Square was formerly called Lower Market. It still retains its original triangular shape, determined by ancient trade roads and a stream. This square is always busy and lively. There are theater and music shows, concerts, summer festivals, and atmospheric Christmas markets. The historic houses on the square underwent permanent reconstructions, and their history illustrates the economic boom of Brno. The most attention was focused on important objects – the House of Lords and Klein Palace. Besides the picturesque ambiance of the old buildings, there is also the heart of the Brno, and you can enjoy the local atmosphere while sitting in any of the cafes or restaurants.

Day 7: Departure

It is the last day of the tour and high time to say goodbye to this beautiful city Prague in the Czech Republic. After having your morning meal, you can go to the nearby market to buy some souvenirs. Now leave the city with some sweet memories and souvenirs. Call the private transfer that will take you to the airport. Hope the Czech Republic Tours covers all your desired destinations.

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