In the late 20th century, voices for autonomy in Slovakia were getting stronger, and a vocal minority was demanding Thus, on 1 January 1993. Czechoslovakia ceased to exist for the second time this century. Prague became the capital of the new Czech Republic, and Havel was promptly elected its first president.
Time zone :
India is 3 hours and 30 minutes ahead of Czech Republic
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Flying is the best way to cover large distances in a short time. You’ll spend less time travelling and more time on the ground savoring Czech Republic. One can’t-miss landscapes and laid-back lifestyle. . Major Airlines that fly from India to Prague are Emirates flights Jet Airways, Air Canada
Air France, Korean Air, China Eastern, Aeroflot, Ukraine International, KLM, Alitalia
Drive: Renting a car in Czechia is a very straightforward process. You have to present your license, choose a car and pay the deposit, which varies depending on the car rental company. Expect to pay 20 Euros and up per day. All the major companies, such as Avis, Budget, and Europcar, have offices in the Czech Republic. Two more important requirements for renting a car in Czechia is to be at least 21 years old and have a driver’s license that is at least one year old (if you’re a brand new driver, you won’t be able to rent a car).
Trams: Trams in Prague run everywhere, 24/7 and because of their separate lanes, they are usually the fastest way to get around the traffic of the city. Although the map may be a bit confusing, clients can always ask the hotel concierge for the most direct route. Primarily, the #26 tram is the best way to access many of the most popular tourist attractions, including traveling up to Prague Castle.
Metro: Prague’s metro is quite easy to navigate with only 3 different lines running throughout the city. The metro closes from midnight- 5am so late-night theatre or partygoers will need to opt for the trams or a taxi.
Taxi: Taxis are the most costly method of transportation within Prague and often get caught in pedestrian or auto traffic on the one-way streets. Tip: Call ahead to a radio taxi company. Prices are more reliable when requested by phone. For smartphone service, applications such as Liftago, specifically for licensed taxi drivers, and Uber are also popularly used in Prague.
Bus: Buses are more commonly used outside of the center, beyond the reach of the metro or tram. Tip: Bus (and tram schedules) are posted at each stop and are separated into weekday, Saturday and Sunday schedules. It is possible to see for every hour at what minute the vehicle will arrive based on the available stops.
Public Transport: It can be found in every large city in the CzechRepublic.It is made up of regular links on buses, trolleys and trams, and in Prague there are three mutually linked subways.The entire timetable of the city public transport is available on the Internet and by mobile phone.
Climate: July is the hottest month in Prague with an average temperature of 64°F (18°C) and the coldest is January at 30°F (-1°C) with the most daily sunshine hours at 9 in June. The wettest month is May with an average of 69mm of rain.
Cuisine- - In Prague there are Indian restaurant where one can eat. Some of Indian restaurant are Indian Jewel, Indian By Nature, Curry House, Spices Restaurant & Bar, Golden Tikka and many more.
Accomodation - It has boutique hotels and backpackers, luxury resorts. You can expect friendly service and the best standards in whichever budget range you choose.
Prague is one of the top ten most visited European cities, with a good look at the tapestry of a millennium of architecture. Top sites include architecture like castles and cathedrals, the picturesque Charles Bridge. Lovers of Kafka can see his home and the cemetery where he was buried. More modern art lovers can see the Giant Metronome, or the Fred and Ginger Dancing House. It is still the largest city in the Czech Republic and one of the most culturally rich and diverse, and has architectural and artistic highlights from many different centuries and architectural aesthetics.
Cesky Krumlov, a town featuring a large “Bohemian Castle” resides in the region of Krumlov. It was created in the late thirteenth century, when the region was owned by the Bohemians, as a trade stronghold. The location along a natural crossing of the Vltava river made it a perfect place to build. The town’s appearance is little changed since the 18th century and the buildings have been well maintained and restored. It is a lovely castle city that still has the look and feel of a Medieval town. Crooked cobblestone streets and brightly-colored stucco facades make Cesky Krumlov beautiful and unique. The streets are full of interesting shops, succulent food, and timeless charm.
3. Karlovy Vary
This hot spring town has been believed for hundreds of years to have healing waters that can clear anything from poor digestion to brain tumors. Like many hot spring regions, the waters were developed into a large spa region. In this case, the transformation happened in the 13th Century, and was commissioned by Charles IV. As spas were the place of nobles, the architecture has always been opulent. However, a series of natural disasters have destroyed most of the buildings that existed before the heyday of Karlovy Vary in the 18th and 19th centuries. The town is still quite grand and picturesque however, and the spa is still open over six centuries later, and still claims miracle cures for dozens to hundreds of ailments.
Brno's history stretches back hundreds of years and on this special excursion you'll learn about the various phases in the city's development. Covers all of the most unique sights in the center of the city and even peeks into the outskirts so you can learn some of the secrets of Brno's long and complex history. This charming city will open up before you and you'll feel like you've stepped back in time as you get in touch with everything that makes Brno a charming destination.
Enriched by the silver ore that veined the surrounding hills, the medieval city of Kutná Hora became the seat of Wenceslas II’s royal mint in 1308, producing silver groschen that were then the hard currency of Central Europe. Boom-time Kutná Hora rivalled Prague in importance, but by the 16th century the mines began to run dry, and its demise was hastened by the Thirty Years’ War and a devastating fire in 1770. The town became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996, luring visitors with a smorgasbord of historic sights. It looks its flower-bedecked best in May and June but is worth a full day’s visit at any time of year.
DAY 01: Arrive Prague
Welcome to Prague! Upon arrival at the Prague international airport, transfer to your hotel on your own. Arrive and check into the hotel.Overnight stay in Prague.
DAY 02 | In Prague
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel, proceed for a tour of Prague's main historic sights which are situated on the so-called Royal Route between the Old Town and Prague Castle, crossing the river on the Charles Bridge. To make the most of your visit, we will book a private walking tour to put you in touch with all the history and romanticism of this wonderful city. One of the most breathtaking interiors in the city is to be found at the Strahov Monastery. The halls of the library here have featured in several Hollywood films. After feasting your eyes you'll have the chance to feast on some Czech classics and brewed on-site beer at the monastery brewery. Overnight stay in Prague.
DAY 03| In Prague
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel, today proceed for Museums of All Kinds from Alchemy to Mucha. Prague’s got museums and galleries aplenty. Around the corner the Mucha Museum is all about the famous Czech Art Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha. Hidden away in Old Town is the Alchemist's Workshop celebrating the fact that Prague was the world center for alchemy back in the day. The National Technical Museum in the Letna neighborhood celebrates above all the achievements of Czech engineers, inventors and designers. Art lovers could head for the National Gallery nearby, with a focus on Czech fine artists. A little deeper into the Holesovice neighbourhood you'll find DOX Gallery, with a full program of temporary exhibitions by modern artists. Get to know Czech beer and food on a guided Czech Beer and Tapas Tour that will get you out of the center and into two adjoining Prague neighbourhoods. Go from place to place trying microbrews and small plates of Czech dishes. Overnight stay in Prague.
DAY 04 | Prague-Brno
After breakfast at the hotel. Today, you'll have a lovely train ride through the Czech countryside from Prague to rapidly gentrifying Brno. As there are a number of trains running throughout the day, you can depart either morning or afternoon for the roughly 2.5 hour trip. We'll arrange standard class tickets based on the train time of your choice and have a driver transfer you from your accommodation to the Prague train station. We can also arrange first class tickets for an additional fee though in our experience there is little difference, other than slightly wider seats and proximity to the dining car if available, between the two types of carriage. When you reach Brno main station you will be met by a driver who will take you to your accommodation in the city center.After check in do some rest then go for three-hour walking tour with an expert local guide covers all of the most unique sights in the center of the city and even peeks into the outskirts so you can learn some of the secrets of Brno's long and complex history. This charming city will open up before you and you'll feel like you've stepped back in time as you get in touch with everything that makes Brno a charming destination.Overnight stay in Brno.
DAY 05: In Brno
In morning, proceed to One of the highlights of the region and hugely popular with Czech and visiting tourists is the Moravian Karst, featuring over 1100 caverns and gorges. Only 4 complexes are open to the public however and the most spectacular is the Punkva Caves with an underground river. On this day trip tou will go to the caves, about 45 minutes from Brno, where you will join one of the scheduled group tours. Overnight stay in Brno.
DAY 06 | Brno- Cesky Krumlov
After breakfast at the hotel,Check out from the hotel and proceed to the idyllic medieval town of Cesky Krumlov, once you reach Cesky Krumlov check in to the hotel and do rest.Overnight stay in Cesky Krumlov.
DAY 07 | In Cesky Krumlov
After breakfast at the hotel, go on a one-and-half-hour walking tour to show you the highlights of this beautiful city. You'll explore the winding streets of the center including the house where Egon Schiele lived and other distinct destinations. Then you'll make your way up towards the castle, where you can buy tickets for an interior tour on your own. After that came back to hotel. Overnight stay in Cesky Krumlov.
DAY 08 | Cesky Krumlov- Karlovy Vary
After breakfast at the hotel, Check out from the hotel and proceed to Karlovy Vary. Check in to the hotel. Karlovy Vary's spa district is easily explored on foot and there's plenty to see in an afternoon. To get an overview of the whole town, there's nothing better than taking the funicular to the Diana Tower. If you're looking to eat, then the hunting lodge style Diana Restaurant, serving up Czech classics as well as some international dishes right next to the tower is an atmospheric eatery. Walk back to town or take the funicular again then stroll through the spa area and its colonnades. You might notice many other visitors to the town munching on large round wafers, these are another KV tradition. They're inexpensive and best eaten warm. After that came back to hotel. Overnight stay in Karlovy Vary.
DAY 09 | Karlovy Vary-Prague
After breakfast at the hotel, check out from the hotel and proceed to Prague bus station for the last night of your trip. Take one last evening stroll around Prague's magical old town! Overnight stay in Prague.
DAY 10 | Departure
Good times need never end!! As you get ready for the airport and your flight back home.
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