Czech Republic Tours9 tours available
CZ1 Czech Republic Tour
9 days from Prague to Prague
Taste a sample of the exquisite sceneries, cultures and attractions unique to the heart of Europe on this stellar nine-day adventure through the… Read more
CZ2 Czech & Slovak Republics Tour
13 days from Prague to Bratislava
XHT Hiking The High Tatras Tour
13 days from Vienna to Bratislava
Slovakia's High Tatras mountain range sits quietly in the shadow of the Alps, yet within a compact 60-by-25km (40-by-15 mile) range stand two dozen… Read more
CZ7 Czech Republic & Slovakia Tour
15 days from Prague to Budapest
A little over two weeks is the duration of this stimulating expedition in the Czech Republic and Slovakia and our time could not be better spent as… Read more
GP1 Tours Of Poland , Czech Republic & Germany
17 days from Hamburg to Krakow
Tours of Poland , Czech Republic & Germany like no other! Read more
CZ3 Czech Republic, Slovak Republic & Hungary Tour
21 days from Prague to Budapest
We land in the heart of Europe when we touch down in the Czech Republic and the ever-exciting atmosphere and stunningly attractive setting of Prague… Read more
CE2 Central European Roundup Tour
21 days from Warsaw to Prague
CZ4 Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Hungary & Romania Tour
28 days from Prague to Bucharest
Experience the best of culture, spectacle and nature on this 28-day adventure through four highly memorable tour destinations in the heart of Europe.… Read more
CZ5 Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Hungary, Romania & Bulgaria Tour
35 days from Prague to Sofia
This epic, 35-day extravaganza of a tour is the ultimate showcase of the histories, cultures, landscapes and natures of these five exciting… Read more
More About Czech Republic
It's hard to imagine the Czech Republic as anything but a glamorous country in the heart of Europe. Before the fall of communism in 1989, Czechoslovakia (as it was known then) was the bridge between East and West. Fitting as the region has historically been a crossroads of civilizations for centuries.
During the middle ages, Czech Republic was part of the Kingdom of Bohemia which was connected to the Holy Roman Empire. With the amount of foes and battles faced, much of Bohemia developed fortresses and castles to protect itself.
On Czech Republic tours, there are many castles to admire. From the baroque Prague Castle which looms over the magnificent city's skyline, to the gothic fortress of Karlstejn Castle, and lastly to the mighty Renaissance castle of Cesky Krumlov.
Over the centuries, many different cultures came to inhabit the area. The Jewish populations before Nazi Germany were incredibly significant in numbers, as shown by the Klaus Synagogue and the Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague. The cemetery is second oldest in Europe, established in the 15th century with 12,000 tombstones jammed together marking burials from 1439 to 1787.
Folklore from traditional cultures continue to thrive today, with puppet and marionette festivals still drawing an audience.
Throughout its prominence in the 13th to 20th centuries, the royal family invited artists and talented architects from Germany, France and Italy to create architectural masterpieces in Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassical, Empire and Art Nouveau styles.
The splendor of the Czech Republic's charm is owing to the fact that the country was virtually untouched by war. Indeed occupied by Nazi Germany and liberated by the Soviets, the two armies caused little damage on the country's buildings.
Masterpieces such as the 15th century astronomical clock in Prague, the spa town Marianske Lazne, the renaissance chateau of Konopiste or the artistic 14th century Charles Bridge all have the ability to transport you back in time. Czech Republic tours provide an understanding of the deep history connected to these wonderfully preserved sites.
It is said that during the bleak Cold War times, the fringes of Czech Republic were cleared of people to make communist buffer zones and the government preferred the people to spend more time in the pub rather than the forests. Perhaps this is the reason Czech has become a region renowned for its beer making.
Geographically speaking, Czech Republic is dominated by low rolling mountains and beautiful temperate forests. A vast network of trails connects picturesque villages with thick forests ranging from oaks and beech to spruce and pines. Landlocked, the Czech Republic is bordered by Germany to the west, Austria to the south, Slovakia to the east and Poland to the northeast.
For the most part, people on Czech Republic tours come to enjoy an old world charm within a country that oozes with elegance. With cities that feel like open air museums it is hard to not gaze longingly at the spire filled skyline of Prague or any villages cobblestone streets into picture perfect plazas. As one of finest destinations in Europe, come see how great this tiny country can be.