Czech Republic

CR Croatie 3.jpgThe Czech Republic is certainly a wonderful holiday destination offering everything that you expect from a holiday of a lifetime.

Our coaches terminate at Prague, Florence Bus Station - in the city centre.


Prague, the city of one hundred spires, has an extraordinary charm and atmosphere which can be sensed in every season. The historic heart of the city right in the heart of Europe is an exceptionally valuable urban monument zone.
This clearly explains why the following parts of Prague - Hradcany and The Prague Castle, The Lesser Town, The Old Town, including The Charles Bridge and Josefov (the preserved part of the former Jewish Town - today a part of the Old Town), The New Town and Vysehrad - have been on the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List since 1992.

Sightseeing highlights include the Old Town Hall with the Astronomical Clock, the Powder Tower, St. Nicholas Church, St.Vitus Cathedral or Petrin Watchtower. Walk through Wenceslav Square, Old Town Square or the "Royal Way" that is lined with the most important sights of the historical Prague. The rich artistic heritage of Prague and the Czech lands can be admired in Prague's many museums, galleries and exhibitions.
We highly recommend the National Technical Museum, the Czech Cubist Museum, Jewish Museum, Franz Kafka Museum and Mucha's Museum. Prague's nightlife is varied and definitely worth your time.

Our personal favorite places that are not to be missed on any night tour of Prague include the Lavka Bar & Club, Duplex Club & Cafe, Karlovy Lazne, Rock Cafe, Lucerna Music Bar & Club or Solid Uncertainty Bar & Club

Plzen & Brno

Together with the Belgian city of Mons, Plzen has been selected to be the European Capital of Culture in 2015. This West-Bohemian metropolis (80 km west of Prague) is the fourth largest city in the Czech Republic and offers the unlimited opportunities - come to Pilsner Brewery and meet the Pilsner Urquell legend or opt for Brno, the Czech Republic´s second largest city, the metropolis of Moravia.

In addition to the historical monuments, numerous theatres, museums, cinemas and clubs, you can enjoy and explore the natural beauties of the South-Moravian region - the protected area of the Moravian Karts or the excellent quality vineyards with their typical wine cellars