Day trips & Excursions

Terezin Concentration Camp

The Terezín concentration camp, more precisely named Theresienstadt concentration camp, located near the city of Terezín, between Prague or Dresden, became sadly famous during the second world war, when the camp was used by the Nazi for the segragation of the Jewish people. Inside Terezin concentration camp, tens of thousands of Jewish and political opposer to the Nazi regim died, killed by malnutrition, diseases or by SS soldiers.

Karlovy Vary

Karlovy Vary, meaning “King’s Bath”, is one of the small cities in the Czech Republic. With its 55.000 population, Karlovy Vary is the most renowned hot spring city in the world. That’s why plenty of famous people in the history such as Karl Marx, Sigmund Freud, Beethoven, Tolstoy, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk visited the city. Since it is possible to reach Karlovy Vary from Prague by driving for about 1.5 hours, there are many day tours departing from Prague.

Kutna Hora

Kutná Hora, a city located in the Central Bohemian Region, used to be famous for its silver mines. This is why, in the past, the Czech king had decided to move the capital of the country to this city, and the city became one the wealthiest city in Europe. The St. Barbara Cathedral is the main landmark of the city. Sedlec is a suburb of Kutná Hora, in which the Sedlec Abbey can be visited. Inside the abbey, located beneath the Cemetery Church of All Saints, travellers can visit the Sedlec Ossuary. Since 1995, the city center of Kutná Hora and Sedlec Abbey have been added to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list. Kutná Hora can be reached with day tours departing from Prague, which included Sedlec Abbey and Sedlec Ossuary.

Bohemian Switzerland

The Bohemian Switzerland, also known as Czech Switzerland, is an enormous national park. There are plenty of roads to be walked and many things to be seen inside. The bohemian and saxon switzerland national park is perfect for hiking, trekking, mountain biking and landscape photography. The national park can be reached on a day excursion from Prague.

Cesky Krumlov

Český Krumlov is a peaceful town located 180 km south from Prague. In Cesky Krumlov, where the remains of middle age are everywhere, time loses its meaning and draws you into the past. Český Krumlov Castle is the most important monument of the city. Since 1992, the historical center Český Krumlov has been added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.