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Only 290Kč with Discovery Pass!
This relaxed sightseeing day trip will take you to the lovely historical town of Litomerice and on a river cruise through the picturesque landscape of Porta Bohemica.
MEETING TIME & LOCATION: 9:00 AM, Prague Main Station
Back in Prague at 19:15
Dogs and Children-friendly event
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We will meet at 9:00 AM at Prague Main Train Station, in front of the main ticket office.
Train journey to Litomerice takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes. After arrival, you will first have a guided tour of this pretty historical town, including the former Jesuit church (admission is included). After lunch in a nice local restaurant, you will take a short walk to the riverside. Along the way, you’ll have an opportunity to climb the tower of the Cathedral of Litomerice. The view is really worth it! However, if you don’t feel like tackling the stairs, you can have a cup of coffee instead.
The 2-hour river cruise on the Elbe River will take you to Usti nad Labem. You will enjoy the scenery of the river canyon, vineyards and the peaks of the Bohemian Uplands.
In Usti you will have about an hour for a walk around the town center.
You will be back in Prague’s main station just after 7:00 pm.
Super easy (moderate amount of walking)
Good walking shoes, clothes appropriate to the expected weather, and, of course, good mood!
If you bring a dog, you have to carry a muzzle with you and buy for it a separate train ticket.
490 CZK or 290 CZK with Discovery Pass
Includes all train fare, guided tour of Litomerice, admission to the former Jesuit church, river cruise from Litomerice to Usti nad Labem, planning and organization.
50 CZK entry fee to the tower of St. Stephan’s Cathedral in Litomerice is not included (visit is optional).
Children < 12 accompanied by adult pay 290 CZK! (in cash on the day)
This trip is planned, organized and guided by Michal Hartl, local enthusiast, cyclist & private guide
Find more about Michal on his website www.borninprague.com