Enjoy a 10-hour full-day tour of Bohemia and embark on a 45-minute drive from Prague to Nižbor Palace, which was founded in the second half of the 13th century and renovated from a very desolate state in the 1990s. Explore an exhibition of Celtic culture, before going to a glassworks factory to learn the process of making decorative crystal glass and exit through the gift shop and buy some of the products.
Stop for a delicious lunch in the historic ambiance of the Keltovna Restaurant and choose from an extensive menu of grilled meats, served with a Gambrinus beer. Continue on to visit one of the oldest castles of the Bohemian kings before heading on to Chateau Lány, founded in 1392 with a vast game reserve for breeding game, such as deer, fallow-deer, and mouflon (wild sheep).
End your tour with a visit to a racing car museum to see more than 100 cars that date from 1914 to the high speed cars of Tomas Enge, the Czech driver who has participated in Formula 1 and the American IndyCar Series. Conclude your tour back in your centrally located hotel in Prague.
You can choose between two options:
Private tour with the itinerary description (written tour) listed below with local guides at monuments
Or a more flexible private excursion (guided tour) with a guide, and local guides at monuments.