Czech Republic & Poland - Tour Programme

Visit 2 Countries in 7 Days

Start Tour in Prague 2 May 2020 | 6 June 2020 | 4 July 2020 | 1 August 2020

Czech Republic & Poland Tour Programme

Operating Year-Round

7 Days 6 Nights from

$139 /2 person /per day

Twin Share

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Day 1 - Saturday
Prague - Wroclaw (330 km)

In the morning, you drive along the highway to the fourth largest city in Poland after Warsaw, Krakow and Rhodes - Wroclaw. This city used to be a battleground for military and political influence of various countries. Fortunately, under all these different cultural influences, people also believe in academics, and there are 11 national universities in the city, which have graduated 10 Nobel Prize winners from 1902 until now. Wroclaw is made up 12 islands that are connected by 130 bridges. Its market square is one of the most beautiful in Europe. There are pink renaissance houses everywhere, and the gas lamps on the roadside are still manually ignited when night is approaching.

Hotel: 3 ★★★ in Wroclaw or city nearby

For reference only - subject to availability

Day 2 - Sunday
Wroclaw - Poznan (175 km)

Poznan has a very important position in the history of Poland as its first capital, where Catholicism became the first state religion in 966. Today Poznan is a center of trade, industry and education and the fifth largest city in Poland. The old European town area is the place to enjoy the history of the city, visit the Old Town Square, the City Hall and the St. Stanislaus Parish Church, which is definitely the most beautiful baroque church in Poznan and Poland.

Hotel: 3 ★★★ in Poznan or city nearby

For reference only - subject to availability

Day 3 - Monday
Poznan - Warsaw (310 km)

In the Polish capital, Warsaw, 80% of buildings were destroyed during World War II, but today it is flourishing. Upon arrival, you tour the places of interest and landmarks. You see the scars left from the war - the ruins of the Warsaw Jewish Quarter, the Holy Cross Church where the heart of Chopin is buried, the former Presidential Palace of Koniecpolski, the Victory Square and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Mermaid Statue that holds a shield in her left hand and a sword in her right, the Marie Curie Museum and the 76-hectare Royal Lazienki Palace Park, followed by tasting of local specialties.

Hotel: 3 ★★★ in Warsaw or city nearby

For reference only - subject to availability

Day 4 - Tuesday
Warsaw - Krakow (300 km)

In the Polish capital, Warsaw, 80% of buildings were destroyed during World War II, but today it is flourishing. Upon arrival, you tour the places of interest and landmarks. You see the scars left from the war - the ruins of the Warsaw Jewish Quarter, the Holy Cross Church where the heart of Chopin is buried, the former Presidential Palace of Koniecpolski, the Victory Square and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Mermaid Statue that holds a shield in her left hand and a sword in her right, the Marie Curie Museum and the 76-hectare Royal Lazienki Palace Park, followed by tasting of local specialties.

Hotel: 3 ★★★ in Warsaw or city near

For reference only - subject to availability

Day 5 - Wednesday
Krakow - Oswiecim (Auschwitz) - Brno (335 km)

In the morning, you travel to Auschwitz, the Nazi Germany concentration camp for Jewish prisoners. The Nazi's started constructing the camp in October 1941, covering an area of 175 hectares and building 300 wooden houses. Today, the concentration camp has been converted into a museum. In the afternoon, you head to Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic, an important industrial city and railway hub. Brno has many precious cultural relics that can be seen from the hills with castles, churches and museums.

Hotel: 3 ★★★ in Brno or city nearby

For reference only - subject to availability

Day 6 - Thursday
Brno - Cesky Krumlov - Ceske Budejovice (240 km)

Leaving Brno, you go to Cesky Krumlov, which brings you back to the Renaissance, with maze-like alleys, ornately decorated houses and blooming gardens. Cesky Krumlov also has medieval pubs, small bars, galleries and graphite mines. The mountain city has been developing for more than five centuries, so different architectural styles have been preserved. Later on, you visit Ceske Budejovice, origin of the famous Budweiser beer and therefore known as Budweiser town. Here, you explore the picturesque scenery, visit the Square of Přemysl Otakar II, Samson’s Fountain, the Baroque town hall, and the Cathedral of St Nicholas with its Black Tower.

Hotel: 3 ★★★ in Ceske Budejovice or city nearby

For reference only - subject to availability

Day 7 - Friday
Ceske Budejovice - HlubokaNadVltavou - Karlovy Vary - Prague (385 km)

In the morning you head to the spa town of Karlovy. On the way you pass by the most beautiful white castle in Bohemia and the Czech Republic - Hluboká Castle, located in the small town of Hluboka on the banks of the Vltava River. Inside, there is a rich, precious private collection of paintings and porcelain. In the afternoon, you arrive in Karlovy Vary, the oldest spa in the Czech Republic. Since the climate is mild, the rainfall is abundant and the summers are cool here, this is a popular tourist destination and a good place to escape the heat. The hot springs are rich in minerals, and can be seen everywhere. Grand Hotel Pupp, also known as the most popular luxury hotel in Eastern Europe is the setting of famous films like 007: Casino Royale and The Last Holiday. After the tour of this city, you will head back to Prague.

Hotel: 3 ★★★ in Prague or city nearby

Special Remarks:

Hotel accommodation based on shared twin.

Meal Basis: (B) = Continental Breakfast

Whilst every effort is made to operate this tour as advertised, on some occasion it may be necessary, due to conditions outside of our control, to make amendments to accommodation, route or itinerary schedule. In these cases Go EU Go holds the right to make changes with no claim to compensation or damage claims.