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We arrange guides for groups and individuals at any time of year and any time of day.
Tailor-made tours can last all day long (8 hours) or half a day (4 hours). Or you can simply take a walking tour of the town.
We can tailor any trip to your requirements. In addition to the destinations below, we can also arrange tours to other towns and cities.
type of trip
Group from 1 to 25 people
Group from 26 to 50 people
MARIÁNSKÉ LÁZNĚ (by walk)
1.750,- CZK / 70,- EUR / group
75,- CZK / 3,- EUR / person
HALF DAY TRIP
2.400,- CZK / 95,- EUR / group
100,- CZK / 4,- EUR / person
4800,- CZK / 190,- EUR / group
200,- CZK / 8,- EUR / person
6500,- CZK / 260,- EUR / group
300,- CZK / 12,- EUR / person
Mariánské Lázně (Marienbad)
A walking tour of the town centre takes you to the best-known locations where you will learn all about the town’s history. It’s also an opportunity to sample the town’s famous mineral springs, take a stroll along the colonnade and watch a performance by the famous Singing Fountain. In addition to classic walking tours you can also choose from a range of themed walks.
The lake and hunting lodge at Kladská can be found in the most picturesque part of the Slavkovský Forest protected area.
This chateau houses one of the most precious libraries in the Czech Lands. Another reason to come here is to admire the collections gathered together by Chancellor Metternich.
The Premonstratensian Monastery at Teplá was founded in 1193 by Hroznata, a Czech nobleman. It was monks from the Teplá Monastery who first established the spa at Mariánské Lázně and the complex is one of the most significant religious sites far and wide.
This popular spa town bears the name of the man who founded it - Emperor Charles IV. According to legend, the curative springs were accidently discovered by the emperor while hunting deer in the forest. The water from the twelve hot springs is recognised as highly effective in the treatment of digestive complaints and diabetes.
This town with a majestic medieval castle rises out of the valley of the River Ohře between Karlovy Vary and Sokolov. Loket Castle was established by a 13th-century Czech king in a strategic position near the border. It’s widely known as the place where King John of Luxembourg had his three-year-old son imprisoned, a boy who would go on to become Emperor Charles IV.
Bečov nad Teplou
The castle at Bečov nad Teplou first appeared in the l3th century and was built by the Lords of Osek, who owned it along with the surrounding estate for almost two centuries . The complex underwent the biggest changes in the late 15th century and the early part of the 16th century, a time when the castle was in the ownership of the Pluh of Rabštejn family.
The smallest spa in the West Bohemian Spa Triangle, Františkovy Lázně can be found just a short distance from the border with Germany. Its unique neo-Classical architecture, spa buildings and pavilions lend Františkovy Lázně the atmosphere of a spa town from the turn of the 20th century.
One of the westernmost towns in the country can be found on the banks of the River Ohře (Eger).
Located in the valley of the Úhlavka river, the greatest attraction at Kladruby is the former Benedictine Monastery.
The biggest city in West Bohemia lies at the confluence of the Úhlava, Úslava, Mže and Radbuza rivers which join to form one river - the Berounka. Pilsen was first established 1295 by King Václav II and the people of Pilsen have remained faithful to the Czech crown ever since.
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