A Walking Tour from Vienna to Prague


Six UNESCO World Heritage Sites; Vienna's Schonbrunn Palace; Chateaux in Lednice - Valtice Area; Renaissance square in Telc; Medieval town of Cesky Krumlov; Rustic baroque village of Holasovice; Old Town of Prague; Old walled town of Trebon; Jewish cemetery in Mikulov; Last remnant of the Iron Curtain in Cizov

Dates & Prices

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Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.

Start DateEnd DatePriceMore Info
Thu 03 Sep 2015Wed 16 Sep 2015 $3890
Wed 18 May 2016Tue 31 May 2016 $3890
Thu 01 Sep 2016Wed 14 Sep 2016 $3890

Optional Single Supplement: $600 (number of singles limited).

Tour Overview

Touching down in Vienna, the 'City of the Waltz,' in Austria, we explore the maze of narrow, cobblestone streets on foot, visiting world-renowned sites along the well-trodden tourist route, like the buzzing main street, Gothic cathedral and glittering palace, as well as venturing away from the crowds to the lesser-known yet equally rewarding sites of interest. Combining the two, our tour ensures that you will not miss out on the world-famous attractions that lure flocks of travellers the world around, while at the same time providing the opportunity to give you a glimpse of the true face of Vienna. From here, we cross into the Czech Republic and to the UNESCO Heritage Site of Valtice, whereupon we venture into the countryside for a hike through pristine landscapes along the 100-year-old Greenway Corridor that connects cultural monuments, historic towns and quaint villages with restored castles and churches. We wander through romantic parks, visit Renaissance chateaux and architectural monuments, hike in the Pavala hills and soak up the mediaeval atmosphere in the jewel of South Bohemia, Cesky Krumlov. Nearing the end of our two-week tour, we spend some time in Prague, a destination compared with Florence and Rome for its beauty to explore the many wondrous sites the city has to offer.

Regions visited: Western Europe and Central And Eastern Europe
Countries visited: Austria and Czech Republic


Joan H. (Strathmore, AB, US)

We ll never really be able to explain to you how much we enjoyed this trip and that most of it was due to him (Petr Zitek). I would highly recommend Petr to anyone wishing to take a trip to this part of the world. They would learn so much and would all return home with wonderful memories.

Kate M. (Cranbrook, BC, CA)

Excellent info and insights. I believe that Petr s insights could not necessarily be obtained by reading; it could only be told by someone who had lived through Communism, hid behind a statue as the Russian tanks rolled up and started firing, defected to Canada, and later returned to the land and culture he loved.