Step into the pages of a fairy tale in the enchanting city of Prague! Wander past pastel buildings in Old Town Square, along the winding river, and up to the hilltop castle. Stroll through bustling Wenceslas Square, leave your name on the colorfully graffitied John Lennon Wall, and dance the night away in Prague’s legendary nightlife. You’ll also visit the wonderful German city of Munich, have a traditional Bavarian beer in the middle of the park, or admire the architecture.
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This trip meets in Prague at the accommodation anytime after 16:00 on Thursday. The reception desk will direct you to your room and will provide you with suggestions if you wish to grab a bite to eat or start exploring. The rest of the group will be departing from Italy on Thursday night, so they will be travelling through the night and they will join you at the accommodation on Friday morning. Plan transportation accordingly. There are frequent shuttles from the airport to the Hlavni Nadrazi main station in Prague. From Hlavni Nadrazi it is a short connection to our accommodation.
Friday morning, after breakfast and after time to freshen up, we hook you up with the best private walking tour in the city. The 3 hour tour will cover the highlights of Prague’s fascinating history while we explore Old Town, New Town and the Jewish Quarter.
After immersing yourself in Czech culture on the walking tour, Your guides will provide recommendations on how to spend the remainder of your day in Prague. Stumble upon Prague’s iconic gothic architecture, sip on ice-cold Pilsner Urquell or a glass of local wine, climb the bell tower in old town square or shop down Wenceslas Square.
Friday night, after the included group dinner, we take you out to Lucerna for an 80’s & 90’s pop video dance party. A great atmosphere and cheap drinks, Lucerna is the place to be every Friday night. The venue is packed with Czechs of all ages dancing on the huge dance floor and up on stage.
Saturday morning, your guides take you on the best Bus2alps-Prague unknown walking tour of the city. The 2 hour tour will cover the highlights of Prague hotspots you might not see on your own. Take in the best Prague has to offer while browsing through street vendors on The Charles Bridge, making your mark on the Lennon Wall and taking in the spectacular views from Prague Castle.
From there, you will have an included traditional Czech Lunch at U Fleku Brewery & Restaurant. Eat your fill of fluffy potato pancakes and hearty beef goulash washed down with a cold beer and a traditional flaky, apple pastry.
After Lunch take in some of the most amazing views of Prague from atop the Prague Castle or a stroll through Kralovska Zahrada park. The afternoon is free to explore the remainder of prague.
Saturday night, join our group on the optional pub crawl to experience the best nightlife that Prague has to offer. If you choose not to attend the crawl you will have the night free to explore even more of the city.
Sunday morning we will board the bus and head to Munich. You’ll have free time to explore some of Munich’s museums and attractions like the Dachau Memorial, Olympic Park and BMW World (situated next to each other), or you can check out Munich’s famous beer halls
You can also chose the optional bike tour of Munich.* You must pre-book to reserve a spot as there is limited space. Meet your trip leader at the meeting point they will designate during the weekend for the bike tour.* The Munich Bike tour is the best way to see all of Munich and the international guides leading the tour are some of the best in Europe. This easy, flat bike tour takes in all the historical and cultural landmarks in central Munich while providing a fantastic Bavarian history lesson. The bike tour lasts approximately 3 hours. Since the bike tour will end near the city center it is also a great time to purchase lederhosen or dirndls. *Limited spots available. Your Trip Leader will inform you in advance of the exact days, times and meeting location.
After an afternoon of exploring we will hop back onto the bus and head to Florence. We will make a 45-minute rest stop for dinner.
Private Walking Tour: Our private, locally guided walking tour provides an excellent account of the progression of Czech and Bohemian history in an entertaining style.
Bus2alps Walking Tour: Our guides bring you to some of the hot spots that Prague has to offer. Get your cameras ready as they take you to the Charles Bridge, John Lennon Wall, Prague Castle and more!
Clock Tower Pub Crawl: The top Pub Crawl in Prague, and one of the best in Europe, all Bus2alps group members get a Free T-Shirt, VIP and priority entrance for each bar. The Pub crawl starts in a venue strait out of Vin Deisel’s XXX.
Kutna Hora Tour: Take a guided tour out to the famous bone church of Kutna Hora. This church is believed to be constructed of 50,000 skeletons from old priests and residents of the town of Kutna Hora.
Prague Castle Tour: A three hour guided tour of the world’s largest medieval castle, and the districts that surround it.
Beer Challenge: Learn about the great history of Czech beer on a tasting tour of some of the most authentic Prague bars and restaurants – save room for dinner!
Munich Bike Tour: Hailed by travelers as the best bike tour in Europe, Munich’s Bike Tour is the ideal way to cover all of the major city sights be entertained and learn about the city. Stops on the bike tour include, Marienplatz, Hofbrauhaus, English Gardens, Chinese Tower, Surfer’s Bridge, and Bavarian Parliament.
Dachau Concentration Camp: Located a 20 minute ride on the train from downtown Munich, this humbling experience brings into perspective the atrocities that occured during Nazi rule in World War II. Open 9:00 – 17:00.
Deutsches Museum: This interactive museum is the largest technological museum of its kind and is known for its historic artifacts that mark important steps in the field of science and technology. Open 9:00 – 17:00.
BMW Museum: The museum’s exhibitions, remodeled every few years, takes visitors into the motoring world of yesterday. Open 10:00 – 18:00.