Day 1: Arrival - Brno
Following the arrival via Prague or České Budějovice and a splendid dinner at the hotel, there will be leisure time for the rest of the evening. Enjoy the city´s atmosphere during an evening stroll. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 2: Brno - Slavkov (Austerlitz) - Brno
A city tour is planned for the time after breakfast, including the Spielberg Fortress and the famous catacombs, the impressive Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul, a very rare thing – the Capuchin Church and its crypt where you can see mummified monks and soldiers, and the town hall. In the afternoon, you leave for Austerlitz. Here, you will visit the famous battlefield and the Peace Memorial of the Battle of the Three Emperors, where Napoleon Bonaparte defeated the Austrian and Russian Armies. The Austerlitz Baroque Chateau where Napoleon spent the night before the battle is located nearby and houses the Napoleonic Wars Museum today. Afterwards, you return to your hotel.
Day 3: Brno - Kroměříž - Rožnov pod Radhoštěm - Olomouc
This day starts with a visit to Kroměříž, a UNESCO town with a historical city centre and wonderful parks. Afterwards, you move on to the ‘Walachian Open Air Museum’, a large-scale natural museum. Here, you can see original-refurbished houses and buildings, folk architecture and culture. In the late afternoon, you will go to Olomouc, the centre of the Haná-Region where you can, among other things, admire the remnants of the walls that were a part of the count´s palace pertaining to the oldest Bohemian royal family, then there is the St. Wenceslas cathedral, the town hall and its astronomical clock, the Archbishops’ Palace and many wonderful historical fountains. The historical city centre is heritage-protected and has become part of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. Accommodation and dinner in a hotel in Olomouc.
Day 4: Olomouc - Bouzov - Museum of Olomouc Cheese in Loštice - Jeseníky Mountains - Olomouc
On this day, you will go on a trip to the Bouzov medieval castle, which is a castle from 1300 pertaining to the German order. In the 1895-1912 period, this castle was refurbished by the Munich town hall architect George Hauberrisser into the late romantic Neogothic style and partially, also into the Neo-renaissance style. Vast parts of the interior were ornamented according to the Vienna secession. A short drive takes you to an unusual museum informing you about the history and past of cheese-making. Here, the especially spicy and aromatic speciality - the ‘Olmützer Quargel’ are made. In the afternoon, you will proceed to the romantic Jeseníky Mountains with its highest peak ‘Praděd’ (Grandfather) at 1,492m above sea level. There is the opportunity to enjoy the wonderful view of the valley. This day ends after your return to Olomouc.
Day 5: Olomouc - Return journey
After breakfast, you will travel back to your home towns.