Tours to the Czech Republic
either in January, or in July are very popular among tourists. You can stroll
through the alleys of the old towns, go on the excursions to one of the more
than 2,000 castles, spend colorful evenings in the local pubs, have wellness
holidays in one of the local resorts.
Do you prefer travelling with comfort? Then the Blue Bird company offers a
large selection of bus tours around the Czech Republic. Read the information carefully and then contact us to book a tour.
One of the most picturesque places in Prague, which is the capital of the Czech
Republic, is obviously, Wenceslas Square. There, sooner or later, come all the
tourists (even those who do not set such a goal). The square decorates the
center of Prague and it is easy to get to many local attractions out from
For example, it is located near the St.
Vitus Cathedral, which is the visiting card of Prague. The history of the
Cathedral begins in 1344, its grand architecture affects the minds of inhabitants
and visitors of the Czech Republic for hundreds of years. It is here where the
residence of the Archbishop of Prague is situated nowadays.
If you look at the map of Prague's neighborhoods, you can see many castles. For
example, the Konopiště Castle. It is located 50 kilometers far from the Czech
capital. It is known that it was built in the late 13th century. Modern
Konopiště is a large-scale historical complex with a magnificent park and
luxurious residence of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
During a guided tour of the Czech Republic, be sure to check out the town of
Kutna Hora. Here visitors will be curious to see Vlašský yard - an old palace,
which formerly housed the main mint of the country. The name
"Vlašský" or "Italian", the palace got in honor of Italian
experts, who were also called the Vlach. In due time these experts helped to
implement some monetary reforms.
A true wonder of nature will come into view during the visit to Karlovy
Vary - a real geyser is located here. In the 70's a massive building of glass
and concrete was built over the geyser. The a depth of it is over 2 km, its
temperature reaches 70 degrees.
For tourists who want to travel to the Czech Republic with children, we always
recommend to visit the Prague aqua park. After all, you will agree, there is no
point of interest, whether it is a palace or a castle, if it can’t make your
child happy. So, swimming with dolphins will definitely be a wonderful
experience for your child. What in the
world can be better than seeing your child’s smile? Therefore, you are welcome
if you want to make a real holiday for your child!
Time: CET (UTC + 1, summer UTC + 2)
Regime of staying: Germany is one of the
member-countries of the Schengen agreement. Citizens of Russia and CIS
countries need a visa to Germany.
Tax Refund: before returning to Belarus, you can return the tax in the Info Center,
which is located near Wenceslas Square, at 6, Panská str., 110 00 Praha 1. It
is necessary to have an efficient credit card and a passport.
Tips: the average size of the tips is 5-10% of the cost of services provided.
Medical aid: almost all health care institutions of the country are
state-owned. Foreign citizens can pay for medical services, signing a contract
of health insurance. Emergency treatment is provided free of charge.
There are only 4 mobile operators:
Telefonica O2 (or just O2)