One Day in Bohemia
Discover the best Wines in Bohemia and find out about its Heritage, Culture and People.
Only an hour drive North of Prague you will visit one of the most northern wine regions in Europe. Although the smallest wine region of the Czech Republic, Bohemia boasts an interesting history. The first vines were planted during the reign of the famous Emperor Charles IV in the 14th century, when Prague was the royal residence of the region. Moreover, it offers sumptuous castles with exquisitely furnished apartments. Vineyards are usually spread over protected southern slopes near main rivers – the Vltava, the Elbe, the Ohře and the Berounka. Some of the wine cellars were built by the Cistercian Order, which founded the vineyards in Žernoseky in 1251.
The wine regions in North Bohemia are located only 1-hour drive from Prague, on the raod to Dresden in Germany.
Vineyards are usually spread over protected southern slopes near main rivers – the Vltava, the Elbe, the Ohře and the Berounka
DepartureMain City Square, Old Town
Departure TimePlease arrive by 9:15 AM for a prompt departure at 9:30 AM.
Return TimeApproximately 7:00 pm
Dress CodeCasual. Comfortable clothing.
Included2-course LunchEntry FeesHotel pick upPersonal Wine & Heritage ExpertVisit of a castleVisit of wineryWine tastings
Not IncludedBiking tourPersonal GuidePersonal Wine GuideVisit of Unesco Churches
One of the most modern winery with a very old history
Meet the winegrower in a traditional cellar
Visit of a Renaissance style caslle ovelooking vineyard and wine tasting with the noble family !
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