A Family Adventure to Prague, Cesky Krumlov and Vienna

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Day 1: Arrival In Prague

Upon arrival at Prague airport, a driver will meet you and your family and drive you to your centrally located hotel. Following check-in, venture out and begin discovering Prague with the help of your detailed full itinerary. Visit to the Old Town Square with highlights including the Astronomical Clock, Tyn Church and a host of beautiful examples of Baroque & Gothic architecture. In the evening, a guide will meet you and accompany you to a river boat for an enjoyable river cruise experience along the Vltava River.

Day 2: Private Walking Tour and Sightseeing Prague

This morning a guide will meet you at your hotel and take you on a 3 hour private walking tour where you’ll trace the Royal Coronation Route covering highlights such as Charles Bridge, Prague’s Castle and the charming Little Quarter (Mala Strana).

In the afternoon take a walk to the beautiful Petrin Hill and head up the tower for a breath-taking panorama over Prague. Children are sure to enjoy the nearby mirror maze and a ride on the funicular back down to Mala Strana.

Day 3: Prague Zoo & Sightseeing

A day full of fun is promised with a trip to Prague’s fabulous zoo, rated one of the best in Europe. Get up close to polar bears, gorillas, tigers as well as enjoy a ride on the chair lift. For many kids, this is the highlight of a trip to Prague. In the afternoon visit the Fortress of Vysehrad and its beautiful park grounds, playgrounds and stunning views over Prague’s hills and the vibrant New Town where you will find an array of shops, restaurants and cultural sites.

Day 4: Bus Journey to Cesky Krumlov

This morning you will board a coach for a scenic journey through the Czech countryside to Cesky Krumlov, a small Bohemian town close to the border of Austria. Enjoy an afternoon exploring its glorious castle and explore the narrow streets and ancient homes on a ghosts and legends tour that will most certainly entertain the children!

Day 5: Guided Trip to Lipno

During this half day guided excursion you will travel to the lakeside town of Lipno, where a metal track has been carved into the side of a ski mountain, allowing you to take a thrilling ride on a rolling bobsled, any time of the year! It’s fun for all ages! Once you’ve gotten your fill of the bobsled, you can then try out the Tree Walk enabling you to climb up into the tops of the trees and see the unique ecosystems that thrive there. In the afternoon head back to Cesky Krumlov and revel in its abundance of Medieval and Renaissance architecture and fairy-tale cobbled streets.

Day 6: Scenic Journey to Vienna by Shuttle, Boat, and Train

Today you’ll experience three methods of travel. Begin with a shuttle ride through the Sumava Mountains to the quaint town of Melk where you’ll leave your driver and board your boat for a scenic 22 mile cruise down the Danube. You’ll pass Medieval Castle, hills and vineyards before reaching the town of Krems. Here you will board a train to Vienna where your bags will be waiting for you at your hotel.

Day 7: Private Guided Walk & Schonbrunn Palace

Today you’ll learn about the humble beginnings of Vienna and its great empire as you wander the streets of the Inner City during your 2 half hour private guided walk. Marvel at the beautiful Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque architecture before taking a ride by metro to the magnificent Baroque palace of Schönbrunn. Enjoy a palace tour and visit the labyrinth and its adjoining playground, especially great for younger children. If you have time, you may also want to stop by the Schönbrunn zoo, one of the oldest in the world.

Day 8: Vienna Sightseeing

The Ringstrasse, or the Ring Street, surrounds Vienna’s old town where the city walls once stood. This morning you can use your detailed itinerary to explore its museums and monumental buildings or simply take a tram ride around the entire length of the Ringstrasse and take in the view from the tram window. In the afternoon take a slow hike up to the Kahlenberg Viewpoint and enjoy the rewarding views. In the early evening, visit the Prater, Vienna’s largest public park. Here, teenagers and children can enjoy a whole range of amusements including carousels, swings, roller coasters, and ghost trains.

Day 9: Departure from Vienna

Today you say goodbye to Vienna and journey home. To reach the airport, you can book a self-arranged taxi directly with your hotel.

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