The Czech Republic is a beautiful country with a rich culture, history, architecture, and natural beauty. In this 8-day Czech Republic itinerary, you’ll fall in love with two of Europe’s most beautiful cities and get a taste of the great outdoors that makes hiking one of the Czechs’ favorite past times. So, follow this Czech Republic itinerary to cover the best places to visit in the Czech Republic.
There’s a church called Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul and a cemetery where many notable Czech figures are laid.
Soak in a jetted wood bathtub with red wine, white wine, or beer, all while drinking your beverage of choice and eating fresh fruit.
Hear the original sounds made by selected instruments, making the usual museum experience a more exciting one.
Day 1: Arrival in Prague, Czech Republic
Day 2: Visit Vyšehrad
Day 3: Wine Bath At Lázn? Pramen
Day 4: Czech Museum of Music
Day 5: Nuclear Bunker Tour
Day 6: Boulder Bar
Day 7: Shoe Monument
Day 8: Charles Bridge
Day 9: Departure
The first day is reserved for the arrival in the capital of Czech Republic. So welcome to Prague and from there you can take a private transfer that will take you to the hotel. After reaching the hotel, take your morning meal at the hotel and once you have settled down in the hotel, go out and explore the country.
For the second day of the Czech Republic itinerary, get ready to be in awe of majestic castles you thought you could only see in movies! Vyšehrad, nestled on a hill along Vltava River, dates back to the mid-10th century. Here, you will find structures with Romanesque, Gothic, Neo-Gothic and Baroque styles. Within the castle, there’s a church called Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul and a cemetery where many notable Czech figures are laid. In the evening, you can come back to your hotel and after having your dinner you can go to your room to take some rest.
The third day of the Czech Republic itinerary is reserved for some fun. If you are a wine or beer lover, your dreams may come true at Lazne Pramen. You can soak in a jetted wood bathtub with red wine, white wine, or beer, all while drinking your beverage of choice and eating fresh fruit. There are beer taps in the room so you can fill your glass as many times as you like. If you opted for the wine, you will receive a bottle of red or white to enjoy while you relax in the tub. In the evening, you can return to the hotel to take some rest before you hit the bed.
The fourth day of the tour must be invested in exploring the Czech Museum of Music. It is located at the Church of Santa Maria Magdalena, a 17th-century Baroque-style structure. Around 700,000 items are stored in the museum and those which are displayed have written explanations of how they are used. You will also hear the original sounds made by selected instruments, making the usual museum experience a more exciting one. Whether you’re a musician yourself or you’re simply looking for a unique place to visit, you should not miss this item on the travel list. After spending a day at the Czech Museum of Music, you can return to the hotel in the evening. Depending upon your eating preferences, take your meal and take rest at the room of your hotel.
Do not visit any opportunity to visit a Nuclear Bunker. So make sure to do the while you are in Prague. This ex-Soviet nuclear bunker is in a decrepit area of the city and was made during the Cold War. It is located five stories underground, it is jam-packed with paraphernalia including uniforms, gas masks, guns, and medical kits. The haunting ambiance will send chills down your spine. The bunker transforms into a nightclub, so you can have a few drinks there in the evening. So after this evening calls off, move straight to your hotel to give some rest to your body.
The sixth day is reserved for taking a Bunker bar tour. Most people don’t think of rock climbing and drinking together. It is more common to go climbing then go for a few drinks after. Boulder Bar has combined the two in one place. You can work up a thirst in the back room rock climbing then go into the bar and have a few drinks. Some people have tried it the other way around, having a few drinks then going climbing, though it’s not the order that one would recommend. Have fun and go back to your hotel in the evening.
The seventh day of the Czech Republic itinerary must be invested in the world’s largest Joseph Stalin statue. It was unveiled in Prague and the area is known as Stalin Square. Seven short years later, in 1962, it was destroyed with 800 kg of explosives. Stalin Square, by the Metronome in Letná Park, is now known as one of the skateboarding meccas of the world. It is commonly compared to Pier 7 in San Francisco and the MACBA in Barcelona. A huge Metronome now sits in place of the Stalin statue, which attracts many tourists every year. Next to the Metronome is a long wire that stretches across the park, which is home to dozens of sneakers. People from all over the world go to the skate park and leave their mark with their shoes. It has been a tradition for over twenty years. Scenic views of Prague can also be seen from the square. After exploring the area, go to the nearby shopping center to shop some stuff for your friends and family and after having your dinner at the hotel you can go to your room to take some rest.
The eighth-day call for strolling around the Charles Bridge. With its quaint streets and old buildings, Prague is an ideal city for travelers who love strolling. One of the places you may visit by foot is the Charles Bridge, constructed in the 14th century and now known as a place where various artists gather to display their talents. See street performers, listen to local musicians or check out paintings and other handcrafted items available for purchase. Charles Bridge could get crowded starting from sunset until the night. If you wish for a more quiet walk, get up early in the morning and watch the sunrise here instead. This is the perfect way to explore the Charles bridge.
Now you have come to the end of the Czech Republic tour and after having your morning meal, leave for the airport. From the airport, you can a flight to your home town.
The price of the tour is quite affordable, but it is advisable to check the updated price before you book your tour.
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