Please browse through our trip
descriptions. While they do not describe
specific itineraries, they will highlight
for you the variety of sights and activities
we offer to our clients.
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of people in the group and the length of your trip.
Bohemia refers to the western half of the Czech Republic. The famous city of
Prague is located here. But, Bohemia has much
more to offer the curious traveller. Besides being famous for its world class
beer, Bohemia has many well preserved
towns and castles from the era of kings, queens, emperors, and other nobility.
There is no shortage of natural beauty, particularly in the forests of South
Bohemia and along the Vltava River. (see
Moravia refers to the little known eastern half of the Czech Republic. More
rural and traditional in character than its western counterpart, Bohemia (where
famous city of Prague lies), Moravia is rich with cultural and natural history.
Don't be surprised if you bump into local towns-people dressed up in their
traditional regalia for some singing, dancing and parading. If you do miss
a folk festival,
you can still enjoy other Moravian specialties. In addition to its local wine
industry which produces excellent wine, those seeking the stronger taste of
spirits might wish to imbibe in some local plum brandy (slivovice). Nazdravi!
(Cheers!) (see image gallery)