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Guided Tour – from Prague to Austrian Alps

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9 Days
Prague → Alps → Munich
Tour Details

After arrival in Prague, you will enjoy a city tour. Farther awaits a unique tour of the largest Alpine pearls. An incredible combination of visiting monuments and alpine peaks, which can be reached by cable cars. Departure is from Munich airport.

Czech Republic and Austria tour

Meeting & Return Location

Prague and Munich (the tour can be reverse)

Departure Time

During first day

Price Includes

  • 8x Accommodation in *** Hotels
  • 8x Breakfast
  • Private Tour Guide
  • Transport with private car / minibus
  • Toll on a mountain road

Price Excludes

  • Cable car Fare
  • Admission to Castles and Museums
  • Dinners and Lunches
What to Expect

Tour of the Czech Republic and Austria with a Guide. You will see the most beautiful peaks of the Austrian Alps.

  • Magical Český Krumlov
  • You can see the highest mountain in Austria
  • With cable cars on alpine glacier
  • Full day tour of Prague
  • Picturesque towns between alpine peaks
  • Private tour with our guide

Day 1 Arrive in Prague

Transfer from Václav Havel Airport Prague to your hotel. PRAGUE – capital. Evening downtown city tour. Dinner in a stylish pub. Welcome drink. Accommodation in Prague: hotel ****.

Day 2Prague

PRAGUE (UNESCO) – city walking tour. Old Town Square is the heart of historic town filled with baroque buildings, gothic churches and mediaeval astronomical clocks. Famous Charles bridge is lined by statues of catholic saints. You will also visit the extensive Prague castle area. Accommodation in Prague: hotel ****.

Day 3Český Krumlov and South Bohemia

Transfer to South Bohemia. HOLAŠOVICE (UNESCO) – „South Bohemian rural baroque “, well-preserved medieval village. HLUBOKÁ NAD VLTAVOU – chateau, an important area with a large park of European importance. ČESKÝ KRUMLOV (UNESCO) – second largest castle area in Czechia. The medieval city centre is surrounded by the meander of the Vltava River. Accommodation in Český Krumlov, hotel***.

Day 4Dachstein

Transfer to Schladming (Austria). DACHSTEIN – by cable car to Schladming glacier up to 2694 MSL. Easy walking across the glacier to tourist chalet Dachsteinwarte 2741 MSL. Is located directly by the foot of the top Hoher Dachstein. Close to the upper station of the cable car, there is a possibility of visiting the glacier cave or crossing the air rope bridge. Accommodation in Schladming, hotel***.

Day 5Berchtesgaden

BERCHTESGADEN – the area is famous for its extraordinary natural beauty. Königssee – a lake in the middle of a national park is surrounded by high mountains. By boat across the Royal Lake to the Church of St. Bartholomew. Walk to the mountain hut, refreshments with local specialities. Kehlstein – a bus trip to the Eagle’s Nest (Hitler’s teahouse), nowadays a restaurant with a nice circular view. Accommodation in Berchtesgaden, hotel***.

Day 6Zell am See and Großglockner (top of Austria)

Transfer to Kaprun – Zell am See (Austria). ZELL AM SEE – KAPRUN – one of the most famous alpine holiday resorts. There are a few options. We recommend traveling by our car or minibus on a mountain road under Austria’s highest mountain Großglockner. It is also possible to take the cable car to the Kitzsteinhorn glacier and then local bus to the mountain dams. Accommodation in Zell am See, hotel***.

Day 7Innsbruck

Transfer to Innsbruck (Austria). INNSBRUCK – the capital of Tyrol. Visit to the historic centre of this city. The most famous landmark and symbol of the city is the Golden Roof, which is decorated with 2,657 gilded copper tiles. Other points of interest include the Hofburg Imperial Castle and the Hofkirche Church with over life-size bronze statues from the Renaissance. Accommodation in Innsbruck, hotel***.

Day 8Munich

Transfer to Munich (Germany). MUNICH – the capital of Old Town Hall – a neo-Gothic building with a characteristic tower. New Town Hall – an interesting facade with a carillon. Residences – an extensive museum, coronation jewels and many other rare exhibits. Frauenkirche – one of the largest Gothic buildings with towers and many other monuments. Hofbräuhaus – the most popular Munich beer hall with the possibility of tasting. We can also visit the Olympic Park and the “World of BMW”. Accommodation in Munich, hotel***.

Day 9Departure from Munich

Transfer to Munich airport during the day. It´s also possible to proceed with an extended tour.