The former Jewish Ghetto in Prague has a long history. Here you will find the oldest existing synagogue in Europe – the Old – New Synagogue – and the Old Jewish Cemetery from the 15th century. Enjoy the various legends connected with it, which contribute a lot to the reputation of Prague as a mystical city. The Jewish Quarter is definitely one of the main places to visit, if you are in Prague. If you like, we can enter the Prague Jewish museum (4 synagogues and the cemetery) so that you can see Europe’s biggest collection of sacred Jewish artifacts (a 3 hour tour, entry fee is extra). We also recommend to visit the museum of the mysterious Franz Kafka.
Dangerously beautiful… that’s maybe the best description for Prague by night. We can offer to lead you down narrow lanes, twisting alleys where the ancient structures, haunted churches and centuries old theatres have birthed many of Prague’s monsters and legends. Choose a boat along the Vltava River. During the three hour cruise you will admire the most remarkable sights of the Old Town, the Lesser Town and the Prague Castle passing also the Charles Bridge and Vysehrad. The river cruise includes music entertainment, as well as a buffet dinner that will be served on board. If you are interested in Prague night life, we can show you the best pubs and clubs.
Choose a special focus for your tour: Maybe Enigmatic writer Franz Kafka, W.A. Mozart or L. V. Beethoven and their influence in Prague. Or if you prefer Czech classical music (including B. Smetana and A. Dvorak), and of course the many galleries, museums or Art Nouveau
Vienna – The proud capital of the Habsbourg Empire is a city, full of history, but also of music and of art. We start the tour at Schönbrunn Palac a (former imperial summer residence in Vienna), the Imperial Palace Hofburg with the precious collections of the World treasury, Belvedere Palace, St Stephen’s Cathedral and typical wine taverns and cafes. Enjoy a coffee and the Sacher torte in a local cafe! Vienna can be enjoyed all year round from the snow – frosted Christmas markets to the hot summer festivals, but be warned; you are sure to succumb to its fairytale charm.
Dresden for one day. Dresden is a modern city with the flair of the former Saxon residence – simply a place with life style. Millions of guests visit Dresden every year, just 2 and a 1/2 hours from Prague! If you choose Dresden, do not miss the most famous site is the Zwinger – Baroque buildings enclosing a picturesque garden.You can visit the precious “old masters’ picture gallery” with paintings of Rubens, Canaletto, Raphael and many others. Also, there are collections of weapons, clocks and scientific instruments. The local collection of Meissen porcelain is the biggest porcelain collection of the world.