Vacation for Wine Lovers – Czech Republic & Austria

  • 9 Days , 2 Countries , 4 Cities
  • From $3,700
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Let’s come to discover fairy-tale Prague and taste high-quality wine from local South Moravian producers. Important Czech monuments await you same as a glass of beer in stylish pubs or a glass of wine in Moravian wine cellars. Of course with accompanied by Czech cuisine as well.
Countries Visited Czechia, Austria
Places Visited Prague, Brno, Vienna
Suggested Duration 9 days
Travel Styles Cultural Tours, Wine Tours
  • DAY 1

    Welcome to Prague!

    Transfer from Václav Havel Airport Prague to hotel. Evening city tour. Dinner in the stylish pub, welcome drink. Accommodation in Prague.

    After arriving in Prague, variously called the "Golden City" or "The City of 100 Spires," the remainder of your day is at leisure. You will come to adore Prague, whose historic center has been included on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites since 1992.

    What's included?

    • Dinner Dinner
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Tour Tour
    • Transfer Transfer
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  • DAY 2

    Admire The Unesco Heritage Site, Prague

    Our introduction to this fairy tale city begins with a panoramic tour as you drive through the city to the amazing Hradcany Castle. Walk the famous Golden Lane with its delightful miniature houses, including one that was the residence of Franz Kafka. View St. Vitus Cathedral as well as the lovely statue-lined Charles Bridge. 

    The guided city tour through historic city centrum. Old Town Square is the heart of a historic town filled with baroque buildings, gothic churches, and medieval astronomical clocks.
    The afternoon is at leisure to independently explore the city, shop for famous Bohemian crystal, or visit one of the city’s many outstanding museums, such as the Lapidarium, home of stone sculptures dating from the 11th century to the present. 

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Tour Tour
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  • DAY 3

    Leisure Day to Visit or Explore in Prague

    Free at leisure day to visit of the town and museums, according to own interests.

    In Prague, you have a lot to visit, discover and explore like Josefov that is Prague’s Jewish quarter. Located in the Old Town, it dates back to the 10th century, or take a trip to Kampa Island that is a great way to spend a few hours amongst its picturesque houses and beautiful park or see the views from Petrin Hill & Observation Tower, or admire the different architecture, etc.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
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  • DAY 4

    Unesco Heritage Sites Telc and Kutna Hora

    Moravia is one of the three historical Czech Lands Moravia is the second-largest and second-most-populous of these regions (after Bohemia). It boasts seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The biggest city and the former capital of Moravia is the beautiful city of Brno.
    In the morning you depart to explore Kutná Hora developed as a result of the exploitation of the silver mines. In the 14th century, it became a royal city endowed with monuments that symbolized its prosperity. The Church of St Barbara, a jewel of the late Gothic period, and the Cathedral of Our Lady at Sedlec, which was restored in line with the Baroque taste of the early 18th century, were to influence the architecture of central Europe.

    Afterward, The historic center of Telč was added to the UNESCO list of world cultural heritage in 1992, thanks mainly to the chateau and beautifully preserved town square.

    Accommodation in Brno is the second-largest city in the Czech Republic and the largest city in the historical Moravian region.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Tour Tour
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  • DAY 5

    Lednice – Valtice Cultural Landscape

    Arrive at Lednice–Valtice Cultural Landscape – Between the 17th and 20th centuries, the ruling dukes of Liechtenstein transformed their domains in southern Moravia into a striking landscape. It married Baroque architecture (mainly the work of Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach) and the classical and neo-Gothic style of the castles of Lednice and Valtice with countryside fashioned according to English romantic principles of landscape architecture. The area is the largest park landscape in Europe with many monuments: Chateaus, mansions, minaret, temples, chapels, belvedere, etc.

    In the evening local wine tasting and dinner in the original Moravia wine cellar.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Dinner Dinner
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Tour Tour
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  • DAY 6

    Admire The Slovacko Wine Region

    The Slovacko wine region lies in the southeast corner of the Czech Republic, bordering Slovakia and Austria. The name of the wine region is derived from “Slovakia” as it lies on its borders and shares similar customs and accents. This is the region where folklore, festivities, traditions, and even local folk costumes are still alive and cherished.

    Visit the museum of ceramics in Tupesy village. The ceramics are made manually on a pottery wheel and then are decorated on an unfired layer of glaze with five basic colors. They are decorated with brushes with the motif of a red rose.

    Velehrad is one of the most important places of pilgrimage in Moravia. Its history started more than 800 years ago. The first twelve Cistercian monks came to the valley of stream Salaška to build up their convent not far from village Veligrad (today it is Staré Město).

    Stop to small-town Blatnice where you can find the Christian complex with a view to wine cellars.

    Visit the open-air museum in Strážnice. You will experience the authentic atmosphere of a Moravian village in the 19th century, in which it was usual to dress up in richly embroidered folk costumes. You will also find an exhibition here of technical buildings, meadow farming, and viniculture with a real vineyard, historical pressing plant, and wine cellars. You will thus discover what the whole process of cultivating grapes entailed.

    Visit the Blueprint Workshop (special clothing material inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List).

    One of the most beautiful gems of traditional folk architecture in the South Moravian Region is located near Strážnice in the direction of Hodonín. On the slope above the village of Petrov, there’s a place called Plže which consists of about eighty wine cellars. Since the 15th century, the buildings and vineyards were built continuously at the same time. The references can be found in historical documents from the 16th and 17th centuries. The local inhabitants not only stored wine in the buildings, but they hid there during the war events.

    You will find a collection of unique baroque cellars. In one of them a break with tasting and an interesting conversation of a winemaker.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Tour Tour
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  • DAY 7

    Vienna City Tour and Schoenbrunn Palace

    A city tour features the baroque marvels of Schoenbrunn Palace, the summer retreat of the Habsburg dynasty for more than 200 years. Touring Vienna’s city center, see the gothic St. Stephan’s Cathedral, and behold the beautiful architecture, scenic parks, and gothic spires that fill the city.

    Enjoy a memorable evening, with entertainment, in the picturesque wine-making village of Grinzing at the centuries-old Altes Presshaus restaurant which is known for serving "Heurige" (new wine) since 1527. 

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Accommodation Accommodation
    • Tour Tour
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  • DAY 8

    Enjoy a Memorable Evening in The Picturesque Wine - Making Village

    Today is a leisure day in Vienna. The city is one of the beautiful and architecturally rich cities. You have a lot to explore.

    Enjoy a memorable evening, with entertainment, in the picturesque wine-making village of Grinzing at the centuries-old Altes Presshaus restaurant which is known for serving "Heurige" (new wine) since 1527. 

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Dinner Dinner
    • Accommodation Accommodation
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  • DAY 9

    End of the Journey

    After breakfast, private transfer to Vienna international airport back home.

    What's included?

    • Breakfast Breakfast
    • Transfer Transfer
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Starting from $3,700 per person

Price per person in double occupancy
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Price excluding international flights
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What’s Included?

  • 8 nights in a 4-star hotel accommodation, bed and breakfast basis
  • Welcome drink on the arrival day
  • 3 Dinners in Prague, Brno, and Vienna
  • All services on a private basis
  • All services by deluxe non-smoking A/C car/minivan
  • Entrance fees as the program above
  • Professional English-speaking local guide

Sightseeing Highlights Included

  • Admire The Golden City, Prague
  • Explore Kutná Hora developed as a result of the exploitation of the silver mines
  • Discover the Unesco Heritage Sites Telc
  • Admire the Lednice–Valtice Cultural Landscape in Moravia Region
  • Local wine tasting and dinner in the original Moravia wine cellar
  • Enjoy The Slovacko Wine Region
  • Visit the museum of ceramics in Tupesy village
  • Explore Velehrad is one of the most important places of pilgrimage in Moravia
  • Visit the open-air museum in Strážnice
  • Visit the Blueprint Workshop
  • In the village of Petrov, there’s a place called Plže which consists of about eighty wine cellars. Enjoy one of them a break with tasting
  • Visit the baroque marvels of Schoenbrunn Palace and marvel at its opulence
  • Touring Vienna’s city center, and see the gothic St. Stephan’s Cathedral
  • Enjoy a memorable evening in the picturesque winemaking village in Vienna

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