Trip from Prague
to Zakopane

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Departure from Prague
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Estimated arrival to Zakopane
15:24h

Trip duration: 384min

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Quality photo of Zbrasov - Czech Republic

Zbrasov
Czech Republic

75 min

Zbrasov caves are a remarkable cave system that was created by activities of atmospheric water and deep spring of warm mineral water. When visiting this... caves there’s no need to dress warmly as there is a permanent comfortable all-year-round temperature of 14°C. The caves are filled with magnificent ornamentation – aragonite, raft stalagmites and sinter spherical coating. Visitors can also marvel the spectacular gas “lakes” of carbon dioxide that are located in the bottom levels of the caves. A guided tour is required to see the caves and it lasts approximately an hour, covering 375 meters of the caves.

Quality photo of Konopiste Castle - Czech Republic

Konopiste Castle
Czech Republic

75 min

The castle was founded in the 13th century but its most prominent owner, and the one who made it the splendid structure it is today,... is the Archduke Franz Ferdinand d'Este. He is responsible for remodeling the massive Gothic and Renaissance building and installing electricity, central heating, flush toilets and showers making it his ideal country residence. The castle can be discovered via four different guided tours, available in English as well, which reveal Franz Ferdinand's private apartments, his collections of antique furniture; Italian paintings; Gothic sculptures; hunting trophies and armory. Take a walk in the Rose Garden with beautiful Italian Renaissance statutes and enjoy the calming atmosphere where you might encounter free-roaming pheasants, peacocks and quails freely inhabiting the area.

Quality photo of Cesky Sternberk Castle - Czech Republic

Cesky Sternberk Castle
Czech Republic

75 min

The history of the astounding Cesky Sternberk Castle begins in 1241 when the noble family Sternbergs constructed it on a cliff top above the river... Sazava. On a nice summer day, the striking reflection of the castle in the river seems almost dreamlike. This amazing location is just one of the many things it has to offer. The castle belonged to the same family for almost 8 centuries to this day and the owners now still live on the ground floor. Visitors are welcomed to visit with the guided tour the second floor with 15 rooms full of furniture, details and decor. There is also a rare collection of 545 copper engravings depicting the Thirty Years' War.

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Stramberk
Czech Republic

60 min

The charming Moravian town of Stramberk is the perfect place to be discovered while walking among its quaint wooden houses and narrow lanes from the... 18th and 19th centuries. It is nestled among green hillsides and offers many touristic attractions among which the most notable ones are the ruins of the Stramberk castle of unknown origin with the imposing cylindrical tower called Truba. The town also boasts of interesting museum, so on the main square one can find the puppet museum, the museum of famous painter of prehistory Z. Burian, and the museum of toys. But be sure not to leave Stramberk without trying its famous delicacy called “Štramberk Ears”, you may find it on every corner of this wonderful town.

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Brno
Czech Republic

105 min

Almost just as wonderful as the Check capital Prague, Brno has one important advantage - it’s not overrun with tourists! That certainly doesn’t mean that... it lacks creativity, joie de vivre or extremely charming zest. Brno is a compact city so it’s not hard to experience its treasures on foot. Most of Brno’s major sights are located in the center like the Gothic Town Hall, the Capuchin Monastery or the Labyrinth under the Cabbage Market. Its lively streets are full of cafes, outdoor restaurants, galleries, museums and street performers and the mix of cultures is simply enchanting.

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Olomouc
Czech Republic

75 min

With the largest preserved historic zone outside of Prague, Olomouc is a delight to explore. The most famous feature of this historic city is the... Holy Trinity Column that is rising to a height of 35 m and thus considered the biggest Baroque sculpture in the Czech Republic. The monument was built entirely by local craftsmen in 1754 and today it is the pride of all Czech people. The most acclaimed church in Olomouc is the Cathedral Saint Wenceslas that displays different architectural styles. Olomouc is also a city of rich cultural scene with its famous Moravian Theatre and Moravian Philharmonic and its university is the second oldest in the Czech Republic.