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Prague UNESCO & Czech UNESCO Sites

 
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We will gladly drive you to the Prague & Czech UNESCO sites. Lower prices apply for a whole day (10 hour) trip outisde of Prague.

List of the Czech UNESCO Sites:

CESKY KRUMLOV – HISTORICAL CENTER
The castle complex with its unique baroque theatre, the meander in the River Vltava, the city arms with its five-leaved rose, medieval streets and stone townhouses. This is Český Krumlov a cosmopolitan city with a unique atmosphere.

KUTNÁ HORA – HISTORICAL DOWNTOWN, CHURCH OF ST. BARBARA, CATHEDRAL OF OUR LADY AT SEDLEC
Ever since the end of the 13th century the history of Kutná Hora has been inseparably linked to the mining of silver ore. The historical centre is an architectural jewel of European importance, and the late gothic Church of St. Barbora and the Cathedral of Our Lady in Sedlec, rebuilt in the baroque gothic style, create a notional entrance gateway to the royal mining city.

PRAGUE – HISTORICAL DOWNTOWN
Each part of the capital city of the Czech Lands ? the Lesser Town, the Castle District, the Old and New Towns, was developed from the 10th century onwards. As well as Prague Castle, the Cathedral of St. Vitus and Charles Bridge, many churches and palaces were also constructed which together form a magnificent architectural, artistic and spiritual ensemble.

CITY OF BRNO – TUGENDHAT VILLA
The Tugendhat Villa, built in 1929 – 1930 in Brno, is one of the most important examples of the functionalist style in the European period of the architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Using a steel frame without load-bearing walls allowed the architect to create the new and informal concept of an open and variable space that is linked with its natural surroundings.

HOLAŠOVICE – VILLAGE RESERVATION
Holašovice is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a traditional Central European village. A number of high-quality village buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries in a style known as ?South Bohemian Folk Baroque? have been preserved on a ground plan that dates from the middle ages.

KROMĚŘÍŽ – GARDENS AND CASTLE
The castle was built on earlier foundations in the 17th century and represents a uniquely-preserved Central European baroque princely residence. Its neighbouring gardens include the Podzamecká garden under the castle in a natural English-style landscape and the early baroque Flower Gardens.

LEDNICE-VALTICE AREA
The Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape is spread over the site of a mighty 12th century border castle. Today it is the home of a romantic château, a picturesque village and in particular a jewel of landscape architecture of unprecedented proportions. The current area, measuring almost 300 km2, is the result of landscaping based on English parks, and thanks to this baroque architecture meets the neo-gothic château and small follies in the romantic style.

LITOMYŠL – GARDENS AND CASTLE
The renaissance castle from the second half of the 16th century is an excellent example of an arcade castle based on an Italianate style. Despite reconstruction of the interior at the end of the 18th century, outwardly it has retained an almost unadulterated renaissance appearance, including the unique sgrafitto facades and gables. A number of commercial buildings and a garden have also been preserved.

OLOMOUC – HOLY TRINITY CHURCH
This memorial column, erected in the early years of the 18th century, is the most outstanding example of a type of monument specific to central Europe. In the characteristic regional style known as ?Olomouc Baroque? and rising to a height of 35 m, it is decorated with many fine religious sculptures, the work of the distinguished Moravian artist Ondřej Zahner.

TELČ – HISTORICAL DOWNTOWN
The city was built on the original foundations following a devastating fire at the end of the 14th century. A number of the renaissance and baroque townhouses remain to this day strengthened by a protective system of ponds. The gothic castle was rebuilt in the renaissance style at the end of the 16th century.

TŘEBÍČ – THE JEWISH QUARTER AND THE BASILICA OF ST. PROCOPIUS
The ensemble of the Jewish Quarter and the Basilica is a unique example of the close co-existence of Christian and Jewish culture from the Middle Ages until the 20th century. The Basilica of St. Procopius. Originally built as part of the Benedictine monastery in the early 13th century, it was influenced by Western European ideas in its construction.

ŽDÁR NAD SÁZAVOU – PILGRIMAGE CHURCH OF ST. JOHN OF NEPOMUK AT ZELENÁ HORA
The pilgrimage church, dedicated to St. John of Nepomuk, was built in the early 1820s. It is the finest work of the architect Jan Blažej Santini and is the most original example of the so-called baroque gothic style. It was built on a five-pointed star plan and is surrounded by a cemetery and cloisters.

Location km / hour drive northwest of Prague (direction Germany - Cologne)
Sights to SeeChose one of the obove sites
InteriorsNone
Availability From-ToAll year round
Departure Time and Location We will pick you up at the agreed place and time, most likely at the reception of your hotel in Prague. (To be specified in the request form below)
Duration10 hours
Return Location We will finish the tour anywhere you wish in Prague.
Means of TransportationDriving - Car, Van, Minibus, Bus
Required Walking AbilityLow
LanguageAll services are in English, but exceptions can be made in advance.
Price Info
Driver-Guide & Car1-3 People Driver-Guide & Van4-6 People Entrance Fees(per person)
CZK / EUR / USD 7000 / 280 / 333 8000 / 320 / 381  /  / 
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