Sport programmes

Horseback riding at the farm Lets go to spend wonderful day or weekend at farm coming from the 15th century with beautiful surrounding around – forests, lakes, caves etc. There is a More »

Cultural programmes

Czech Song and Dance Ensemble Since its inception in 1947, Czech Song and Dance Ensemble has been the only proffesional folklore compyny in the Czech Republic. Also this season you have great More »


Pilsner Urquell Beer World Pilsen is the place, where golden lager was born in 1842. In Pilsner Urquel Beer World you will discover the secret of this original and will become acquainted More »

Guided city tours in Prague

Prague in brief  by bus This is short, but very instructive tour which will show you around the city´s historical district New Town, Old Town, Lesser Town, Jewish Quarter and other most More »


Mountains Hotels and Pensions

Hotel Horizont 4* – Snezkou


  • Address: Malá Pláň 141, Pec pod Sněžkou
  • Type of the rooms: single rooms, double rooms, apartment – double
  • Room equipment: WC, bathroom, SAT-TV, telephone
  • Provided services: non-stop reception, restaurant, night club, café bar, café, sport-centre, massages, gift shop, baby club, conference room

Hotel Snezka 4* -Spindleruv Mlyn

hotel snezka

  • Address: Okružní 155, Špindlerův Mlýn
  • Type of the rooms: single rooms, double rooms, extra beds
  • Room equipment: WC, bathroom, SAT-TV
  • Provided services: non-stop reception, restaurant, bar, café

Pension Sunski 4* – Harrachov

Pension Sunski Harrachov

  • Type of the rooms: apartment for 6 persons (4+2) apartment for 4 persons (2+2) room for 2 persons (2+1)
  • Room equipment: All apartments are modern equipped (WC, TV/SAT). In all apartments is a kitchen (microwawe oven, refrigerator, etc.). There is a room with TV and DVD player. In the walking distance (5-10 minutes) there is opened-air swimming pool, squash, fitness centre, golf training centre, bowling, tennis court and relax centre. Parking lot in front of the pension available.

City Hotels and Pensions

Alchymist Grand Hotel Spa Prague

Alchymist Grand Hotel and Spa 5*-  Prague – City centre

  • Address: Tržiště 19 – Malá Strana, Prague 1
  • Type of the rooms: deluxe room, junior suite, terrace junior suite, royal suite, royal suite deluxe, renaissance suite, alchymist suite, family suite, family suite deluxe, tower suite, imperial suite, presidential suite
  • Room equipment : CD and DVD player, plasma or LCD TV, 100 % cotton oversized bath towels, down pillows and duvets, hair drayer, in-room safe, non-allergenic bedding avalable, refrigerated private bar, thick terry bathrobes, twice-daily housekeeping service, high speed internet and e-mail acces
  • Provided services: fine international restaurant, Ecsotica Spa and Sushi Bar, italian cafeteria, fitness facilities, health club including private pool, relaxing area, steam and dry sauna, 24-hour multilingual concierge services, audiovisual equipment, computers available, secretarial services, translation/interpreting services, high-speed e-mail and internet corner, overnight laundry and dry-cleaning, umbrellas, valet parking


Grand Hotel Praha 4* – Prague – City centre

Grand Hotel Praha Prague

  • Address: Staroměstské nám. 25, Prague 1
  • Type of the rooms: single and double rooms, presidential suite
  • Room equipment: minibar, air-conditioning, safe, TV/SAT, telephone, Internet connection, hairdryer
  • Provided services: exchange, sauna, porter service, room service from 7:00 a.m. till midnight, laundry, baby sitting


Pension Alabastr 3* – Prague – City centre

Pension Alabastr Prague

  • Address: Školská 20, Prague 1
  • Type of the rooms: double rooms, triple rooms, apartments
  • Room equipment: WC, bathroom, SAT-TV, kitchenette with fridge, hair drier, fast boiling cattle, safety box
  • Provided services: Non-stop reception, exchange office, gift shop



Chateau Stekl hotel 4* – Bezrucova – Czech Republic

Chateau hotel Stekl Bezrucova

  • Address: Bezrucova 141, Hluboka nad Vltavou
  • Type of the rooms: single rooms, double rooms, suites, apartments
  • Room equipment: WC, bathroom, SAT-TV, HIFI, direct-dial telephone, minibar
  • Provided services: non-stop reception, restaurant, lounges, Relax club: fitness centre, swimming pool, sauna…

The Czech Republic

Czech Republic

Czech Republic lies in the historical territory of Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia, in a basin encircled with a wreath of border mountain ranges. In the past there were many ancient trade routes running from the east, west, north and south along the narrow river valleys to meet deep inland.

On this small area in the heart of Europe you will find all architectural styles, as reflected in their historical towns and cities, castles and palaces, valuable relics of sacred and rural architecture, remarkable museum and gallery collections and unique examples of technical construction.

Beautiful and famous places as historical core of Prague, towns as Kutná Hora, Český Krumlov, Telč, Kroměříž, the pilgrim church of St. John of Nepomuk at Zelená Hora, the chateau in Litomyšl, the Lednice-Valtice chateau complex, the chateau in Kroměříž, the Holy Trinity Column in Olomouc, and folk Baroque architecture in the village of Holašovice – have rightly been listed in the UNESCO List of World Cultural Heritage. Famous celebrities as Mozart, Kafka, Goethe, Beethoven, Einstain, Tycho Brahe and many others were influenced or in some way connected to the Czech lands.

Spa resorts Czech RepublicCzech Republic is beautiful country and has perfect conditions for active holidays. It has border mountain regions where you can enjoy skiing in the winter or hiking in the summer time, Southern Bohemia is full of romantic lakes and rivers, so you can enjoy fishing, rafting, etc.

Czechia has great terrains for cycling and hiking. There are beautiful spa resorts as well, where you can relax and enjoy cultural life and beautiful nature.

Very interesting is the « Beer tradition » and « Viniculture tradition » and you have great chance to visit famous breweries – to see the process of brewing and taste fresh beer or visit wine cellars – eat delicious meals and taste wide range of wines. For those, who like hunting is Czech Republic a paradise.

Czech beer traditionThere are hunting areas with all the necessary comfort and services. Folklor tradition is a treasure of the czech nation, which is very friendly, hospitable and endowed with a special sense of humour.

Whether you need a place to relax, for sport or entertainment, if you want to become acquainted with history, art and the beauties of nature or need suitable venue for congresses, then the Czech Republic is the right destination for you.

Prague – the City of Hundred Spires

« Prague is a most majestic town and my mind frequently wandered back to Rome – the city which resembles Prague more than any other. For completeness´ sake, I would like to mention the splendour of a celebration, at which the aristocratic beauty of the Prague women, their magnificent gait and robes, so charming and elegant in the blooming spring gardens of the palace, reminded me of Dante´s Paradise. » Augustin Rodin, 1902

In recent days Prague has become one of the most frequently visited places in central Europe. Prague is usually called the Mother of Cities, the City of a Hundred Spires, the Golden City, the Magic City – these are just a few of the many attributes that Prague has merited. While the Czech Republic is the heart of Europe, Prague is its soul. Situated in the fertile basin of the Vltava river, Prague has from time immermorial junction of European trade routes, attracting businessmen as well as artists. It is almost impossible to say which of the architectual styles is the most typical of the city. Romanesque monasteries, a Gothic cathedral, Renaisssance palaces and gardens, Baroque churches, Classicist manors, Art Nouveau and Cubist structures, as well as contemporary architecture which has recently won the prestigious award of Time magazine, Prague has all of it. The historical core of Prague was declared a Prague Monument Reserve in 1971 and is listed in the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage register.

historical core of PraguePrague is very romantic city with its labyrinth of twisting little streets. Untill the 18th century Prague has been devided into 4 smaller towns – Hradčany with Prague Castle, Lesser Town, Old Town and New Town. In the 2nd half of the 18th century Prague became 1 big city.

During your stay you shouldn´t miss Old Town Square with the Old Town Hall with famous Astrological clock, Church of Our Lady Before Týn and House at the Bell. From Old Town Square you can easily reach Charles Bridge, one of the oldest in the central Europe and from there get to the Lesser Town with its famous historical houses and palaces.

When you climb up the hill, you will reach Prague Castle, the millennium-old residence of the kings of Bohemia and the seat of the president of the Czech Republic. It´s not far away from there to Petřín hill with its cable car and magnificent view from a reduced-size copy of the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

Prague national theatreIf you are interested in Jewish culture, we reccomend you to visit Prague Jewish Quarter with the oldest synagogue in central Europe – Gothic Old-New Synagogue. Nearby lies Old Jewish Cemetery with more than 12,000 tombstones, the oldest of which date from the 15th century.

Or you can visit New Town and see the largest square of Prague – Charles Square, or Wenceslas Square – the main thoroughfare of Prague, National Theatre or National Museum. But there is much more to see, of course…

However Prague is also modern metropolis and a centre of culture, education and trade and is able to satisfy all its visitors.