Czech Honeymoon Touring
Read about touring about romantic places in Czech Republic. Find out what you can see and enjoy with your beloved.
Czech Honeymoon Touring

czech-tourYou may set off for a city bike tour and have a chance to view some of Prague exceptional architecture, many famous land marks and ride trough some of the amazing side street Prague id framed for.

Another option is to follow W. A. Mozart's footsteps. It is a unique opportunity to get acquainted with the places in Prague where the genius composer stayed and find the answer to the question why Prague citizens welcomed Mozart so warmly, why they loved him so much, and why his music has won the hearts of Prague people and of our nation up to the present day. You will meet the history of dramatics and music in Bohemia and Moravia, and learn more about Czech musical history.

One more interesting tour is to see Prague castle in details. Along the walk you may get acquainted with the history of one of the most famous European royal residences, which still serves as a centre of the administrative and political life of the country after 11 centuries of its history.

You may also set off for a royal route walking tour and stroll along the Path of the Kings will lead you to places that history and coronation processions of Czech kings have walked and this trip will end in St Vitus’s Cathedral that is the final resting place of the king Charles IV, Father of the Country.

You may also have a dinner on the boat on Vltava. It is an unusual opportunity to see Prague by boat ride, where an excellent dinner will be served on board followed by musical entertainment.

You may also have a visit to Karlstejn Castle. It is the most popular destination for visitors from Prague - a trip to the monumental Gothic castle built 650 years ago on a picturesque site in the middle of dense forests. It was founded by the Emperor Charles the IV. And it had become the treasury of the crown jewels and holy relics.

Have a trip to Konopiste Chateau, one of Bohemia's most beautiful chateaus. It was the home of the successor to the Austrian throne, Ferdinand d'Este, whose assassination in Sarajevo in 1914 served as a pretext to the start of World War I. The site boasts a fine display of furniture, drape tapestries, sculptures, paintings and a cornucopia of hunting trophies.

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