If you are planning to visit the Czech Republic, then read this well-planned Czech Republic itinerary careful to cover all the must-visit places in the Czech Republic. Before you get started with this Czech Republic itinerary, you need to understand that the best way to enjoy the trip to the Czech Republic is through a rented car and doing a road trip around the country. Therefore get ready to explore the places that need to be explored when you are around her in the Czech Republic.
Take a walk to the Golden Lane, a tiny street between the Bílá Tower and the Daliborka Tower that is lined with colorful houses
Visit the historic Museum of Communism
Make a tour to Pilsen City
Enjoy the brewery tour of Pilsner Urquell
Day 1: Arrival in Prague, Czech Republic
Day 2: Museum of Communism
Day 3: A Tour To Pilsen City
Day 4: Beer Museum & Pilsner Urquell
Day 5: A Tour to The City and Castle
Day 6: Drive to Telc
Day 7: Departure
The first day of your Czech Republic itinerary calls for exploring the best places and make a list of the places that you need to visit during your Czech Republic tour, To explore the city of Prague, a rented car is the best choice. 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. In the evening, you can come back to your hotel to have some delicious food and to take some rest.
Day 2 of your Czech Republic itinerary would take you to the Museum of Communism. Here, you’ll get to know about the Velvet Revolution that brought collapse to the system, since November 1989. After this, don’t forget to take yourself to the Starbucks at Krizikova station, the yellow subway line present on line B of Prague’s metro station. Here, you will be having the food tour of the Prague Restaurant which is also termed the Prague Food by Foot tour. Wrap up your day with a few best clicks and come back hotel to take some rest.
This is the third day of the Czech Republic itinerary that would compel you to hire a car on rent so that you can head towards the Pilsen. It is suggested to stay at the Courtyard Marriott which is at the walking distance of the Pilsner Urquell Brewery. Having a lunch at the Parkan Brewery Taproom is a worthy investment. After having a lunch, it is suggested to visit the Puppet Museum including a historic tour to the historic underground of Pilsen.
On your day 4, it's time to invigorate yourself with Beer by going to the Beer Museum. Book an advance ticket for the brewery tour of Pilsner Urquell. Here, it’s truly fascinating to know about the brewing process and to try the unfiltered beer. If you are a nature lover, then board a bus (#20) to visit the Velky Bolevecky Rybník. This is the beautiful lake on the Pilsen’s outskirts where you can easily enjoy the swimming, paddle boarding and sailing as well.
The fifth day of your Czech Republic itinerary calls for a drive to Cesky Krumlov that will directly take you to the Czech Republic road trip. The city is equipped with different moods and feel especially if you explore it before 10 am and after 6 pm. To have Goulash and Dumplings in snacks, head over to the Pizzeria Nonna Gina. This food court is right across the Tourism Office. Here, you can easily explore the picturesque old town and the castle overlooking both the city and river.
The Day 6 will be for Telc. It is the topmost premier stop in the Vysocina region where you will be visiting the famous Renaissance houses. Here, you will be assisted with a plenty of experience and time to explore the complete city for the rest of the day. You can stroll around the castle gardens, enjoy ice creams and milkshakes on the charming main square cafe, buy some Easter-egg colored facades around you and shop few handmade gifts and little trinkets to bring home with you as a sign of your trip. Apart from these, you can do many things in the Czech Republic, depending upon your preferences. Exploring these castles garden in the morning of October month would assist you with the magical and mysterious ambiance.
After this eerie experience, it's time to say a goodbye by head back towards your residential place. Hope this Czech Republic itinerary works for you.
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