• Old Town Square is located between Wenceslas Square and the Charles Bridge

    Overview

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      A perfect introduction to single travel

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      Accompanied by two Tour Managers!

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      Beautiful Spa town of Karlovy Vary

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      Folklore show with dinner and drinks

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      Tea/coffee making facilities in all rooms

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      Lunch cruise on the Vltava River

    Description

    With a heart-stopping skyline of spires and the world's largest medieval castle complex, the fairytale travel brochure cliché is a reality in Prague. Stroll along medieval lanes lined with baroque, gothic and art nouveau buildings. Meander along the river whilst enjoying lunch and drinks onboard your private charter and discover cobbled streets leading to atmospheric basement restaurants. Outside the city lies the beautiful Spa town of Karlovy Vary and the quaint village of Karlstejn.

    Prague was our first holiday and a city we know well. We understand and pay particular attention to our guests' apprehension on this holiday which is escorted by two specially selected Tour Managers (instead of the customary one). Prague is only a short flight from London, you will be based in the same hotel throughout your stay and you will never be left on your own unless you so choose. We have made this a six-day holiday as opposed to a short weekend break to bring you the most of Prague and its surroundings and not just scratch the surface.

    Why pick Prague?
    A part of our heart will always beat for the beautiful city of Prague. It is a city we know well. My mother is Czech and raised my brother Charles and myself to be bilingual. Charles lives in Prague and is a qualified city guide (and one of your Tour Managers) and loves to regale historical tales and describe some of the city' wonderful architecture, monuments and regional sights. Prague was our first holiday and a high number of our repeat guests took that first leap of faith into solo travelling on this fine-tuned holiday to test the waters and never looked back.

    Ian Darkin, Director