Longer tours

Glass tour

This tour may be enjoyed by those who are interested in glass making and would like to learn more about this craft that has such a long and rich tradition in the Czech Republic.


Trebic was once an important centre of Jewish life and culture in Moravia and it is one of the oldest Jewish settlements in the country. The very well preserved Jewish quarter boasts more than 120 original densely built houses, narrow and crooked alleys, dark corners and charming squares. Two synagogues, the Town Hall, school house, rabbinate and poorhouse are still preserved here. The Rear Synagogue, decorated with paintings from the 18th century, houses an exhibition on the history of the former ghetto. The Front Synagogue serves today as a prayer hall of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church.

Cesky Krumlov

Cesky Krumlov is the second most frequently visited destination in the Czech Republic right after Prague. It is also among the eleven UNESCO cultural and natural heritage sites in the country. First documented records of the settlement in the area of today’s town come from the 13th century.


The inner, historical part of Telc is one of the several Czech sites on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is an admirable collection of houses, churches and other buildings, which look very much like they did when they were built in the 14th century and re-built, be it in Gothic, Renaissance or Baroque styles.


The historic town of Olomouc is the traditional regional center of Central and Northern Moravia. The history of the city goes back to the 7th century. However, according to archaeological research, its site was inhabited already in prehistoric times.

Brno and the Moravian Karst

Brno is the Czech Republic’s second largest city and has a population of about 370 000 people. The city is the ‘capital’ of Moravia and an important tourist centre for those who would like to get to know the natural and cultural beauties of the South-Moravian region.

Karlovy Vary

Karlovy Vary, or Carlsbad, are the largest and best known spa town in the Czech Republic. About 50 000 patients from 80 countries and some 2 million short-term visitors come to Karlovy Vary every year. The town is situated on the confluence of the Tepla and Ohre rivers, 400 m above sea level.


Plzen (or Pilsen) is known world-wide as the place where the famous Pilsner Urquel beer is made. But a tour to the brewery is not the only activity we can enjoy in this city.

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