The package price includes the following services:
- 4 overnight stays at a hotel, all rooms with a WC/bathroom
- 4 x breakfast buffet
- Welcome drink at the hotel
- 4 dinners at the hotel, enjoy both cold and warm traditional and delicious meals at the buffet
- Music evening at the hotel
- Guided tour on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th day
- Entry to the glassworks at Harrachov including a beer
- Guided tour through the Kuks Baroque hospital including entry fee
- Every 21st participant free of charge, the first one in a single room, every other person in a double room
This tour can be booked only in the period 31.3.-31.10.!
Other dates including ski trips upon request!
Day 1: Arrival - Giant Mountains area
A welcome drink including a delicious dinner will be waiting for you upon your arrival at the hotel. Afterwards, you can go for a short stroll through the romantic town, which still emanates the original flair of a small mountain town.
Day 2: Giant Mountains area - Harrachov - Vrchlabí - Špindlerův Mlýn - Giant Mountains area
After breakfast, you will first drive and go around the town of Harrachov. This small town is situated in the Mumlava River valley, amid nice woodland in the western part of the Giant Mountains. It´s famous for its glass manufacturing tradition. After a short hike to the Mumlava waterfall, you will visit the glassworks and the glass museum, then you proceed to Vrchlabí, where you have the opportunity to stroll around the city for a while. The town hall from 1581 (baroquized in 1735), the neo gothic Municipal Church from 1888 as well as several old arcade houses are worth mentioning. Vrchlabí is the starting point of the Elbe street to Špindlerův Mlýn, the frequently visited tourist centre in the Bohemian part of the Giant Mountains from where you can take several marked paths leading to the mountains. After visiting the town, you will return to the hotel where dinner will be served.
Day 3: Giant Mountains area - Trutnov - Jánské Lázně - Pec pod Sněžkou - Giant Mountains area
Following breakfast, this day´s round trip starts with a visit to the most famous picturesque towns of Trutnov, Jánské Lázně and Pec pod Sněžkou. In Trutnov, you will see the marketplace surrounded by historical arcade houses. There is an 11 m tall Holy Trinity Column (from 1704) in the marketplace and a Ruebezahl Fountain (from 1892). Visiting the spa town of Jánské Lázně with its very special location at the foot of Černá Hora (Black Mountain) and the colonnade is recommended at any time of the year. Your last stop will be in Pec pod Sněžkou with the highest summit in the Czech Republic, Sněžka, at a level of 1,602 m above sea level. Your day ends with a dinner at your hotel, accompanied by music.
Day 4: Giant Mountains area - Kuks - Hradec Kralové - Giant Mountains area
The departure to the renovated Kuks Baroque Hospital is planned for the time right after lunch and here, one can admire the 24 most expressive Baroque statues made by the sculptor Matthias B. Braun and the hospital, the pharmacy, the retirement home and a church. Afterwards, you continue to the city of Hradec Králové which was an independent royal city in medieval times and its historical centre houses virtually all architectural styles. Here, you will see St. Mary´s Column, the Holy Ghost Church, the old Town Hall, the bishop´s residence and many more. Return back to the hotel and dinner.
Day 5: Giant Mountains area - Return journey
After breakfast, you will travel back to your home towns.
4-star hotel in the Giant Mountains area
|Agreed price per person in a double room:
||from € 199,--
|Single room surcharge:
||from € 80,--
|Peak season surcharge I. (27.6.–30.8.):
|Lunch at a restaurant/brewery etc., 3-course menu:
||from € 13,--
|Short brewery excursion in Vrchlabí incl. beer tasting:
Side trip for military fans – The old Josefov Fortress near Jaroměř
Josefov is situated 20 km to the north of Hradec Králové´s city centre. This fortress was built in 1780 by Emperor Joseph II. and figures among the 18th century European fortress architecture highlights. The suburban defense facility of this fortress (a labyrinth of 45 km) is a unique technical monument (and is accessible).