Český Krumlov and Salzburg two days trip

Český Krumlov and Salzburg two days trip

Visit the most fabulous places in South Bohemia and Austria with us! UNESCO sites Český Krumlov and Austrian Salzburg waiting to be discovered by you! With amazing food as well!

Český Krumlov in beautiful South Bohemia and amazing Austrian Salzburg in the foothills of the Alps. Two beautiful cities, both on the UNESCO World Heritage list, only two hours away. Don’t miss the unique opportunity to visit both these pearls of history and architecture in two days. What can you expect from the latest trip in our offer?

Day 1: The first destination will be the charming South Bohemian town of Hluboká nad Vltavou, where is located picturesque Hluboká Castle, situated in a huge stunning park and with richly decorated interiors, it will be one of the highlights of the trip. Originally an ancient gothic castle from the 13th century, after several reconstructions turned into a unique Neo-Gothic chateau, one of the most photogenic in Europe.

After the castle excursion, there will be short, half an hour transfer to Český Krumlov. 

Český Krumlov, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a lively, cosmopolitan town with a unique atmosphere surrounded by unspoiled countryside. Dominated by a second biggest Czech castle stretching over the meandering River Vltava, Český Krumlov’s narrow cobbled streets wind along with romantic nooks between patrician houses where you’ll find attractive exhibits of world-renowned artists, music festivals and concerts, and theatre performances. The cosy inns, coffee shops, and ancient taverns entertain a diverse international crowd. You can admire more than 300 historical buildings, and, together with an English-speaking guide, visit the castle, with its amazing Baroque theatre, and the castle moat with bears living there.

After lunch, visit an Egon Schiele art museum or excursion of interiors of the castle or discovering the town centre by walking through it by yourself.

Light dinner and accommodation in a cosy local charming hotel. After dinner, an individual stroll through the magical evening city, a visit to the castle gardens, etc.

Day 2: After the breakfast, transfer about two and half hours to a picture-perfect Austrian UNESCO town Salzburg

The name Salzburg means “salt fortress.” For thousands of years, salt has been mined from the area around Salzburg. This “white gold” made Salzburg a powerful trading city. The city is famous for its baroque architecture that can be seen throughout the old town. Salzburg survived World War II with very little damage, so most of these old, Baroque buildings remain in their original condition. In 1997, the city of Salzburg became a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Nestled in the foothills of the Alps, Salzburg is a compact city that is easy to explore in just one day. It’s the perfect blend of history and culture, being home to Mozart, an ancient fortress, and several Sound of Music sites. With one day in Salzburg, explore the old town, enjoy the view from Hohensalzburg, and visit Mozart’s birthplace.

We will make plenty of perfect photos, visit the famous Hohensalzburg fortressSalzburg Cathedral, and after lunch in the famous renown local restaurant, we will visit Mozart´s birthplace and Museum. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born and raised in Salzburg. For almost 30 years, the Mozart family lived on the third floor of 9 Getreidegasse Street in the heart of Salzburg. This building is now a museum. See where Mozart was born and raised, the violin he played as a child, and the clavichord he used while composing The Magic Flute.

Dominating the city of Salzburg is the Hohensalzburg Fortress. Built in 1077, it was one of Europe’s largest castles at the time. This is Salzburg’s main tourist attraction.

Altstadt is the old town of Salzburg. It’s compact, easy to walk, and filled with things to do. Here are the best things to do in the old town of Salzburg. One of the main places in the old town is Salzburg Cathedral – was first built in 774 and then it was completely rebuilt several times. Mozart was baptized here in 1756. This cathedral sits smack in the center of town so it’s impossible to miss.

You will have also about two hours just to discover the beauty of Salzburg by yourself. There is plenty to see in this gorgeous town.

What’s included:  English speaking guide, non-alcoholic drinks on board during the journey, air-conditioned vehicle with wi-fi, admission to the Hluboká Castle, food tasting lunch in a cosy Český Krumlov restaurant, entrance fee to Egon Schiele art museum or Český Krumlov Castle interiors, light dinner in a local restaurant in Český Krumlov, accommodation with breakfast in a nice hotel (double room based), food tasting lunch in the Salzburg, entrance fee to Mozart museum in Salzburg, Hohensalzburg fortress admission ticket,

What’s excluded:  Extra drinks ordered during the lunches and dinner, pick-up at your hotel (8 EUR per person), drop-off at your hotel (8 EUR per person), gratuities for the guide (10-15% recommended)

Price: €399

March – December SUN-WED-FRI
8:00 am (36 hours)

Dear customers,

I am deeply sorry to inform you that unfortunately our company will no longer be able to provide any trips and as of today, we are closing all the bookings.

This decision was hard to make and it came as a result of a sudden death of our CEO, who also was my beloved father, and we are not able to provide an adequate experience for you as we need some time to deal with both practical matters and our grief.

I would like to kindly ask you to cancel your reservations yourselves, so you are able to get the full refund as soon as possible.

If you had a chance to enjoy any of our trips with Láďa (Vladimir), I whole-heartedly believe you have enjoyed yourselves and created some unforgettable memories together and I hope as well that Láďa will be remembered in your hearts in the same way that he is in mine. I would be pleased to hear about your experiences with my dad and if you'd like to send me any photos, stories or memories, I greatly encourage you to do so.

Thank you for your understanding and your cooperation in these difficult times.

Should there be any other questions, don’t hesitate to contact me via my personal e-mail: barbora.stejskal@gmail.com or phone: +420 603 382 933


Barbora Stejskal

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