We offer various tours to a wide range of customers. Wine tasting weekends for the wine lovers, cycle trips for the sport lovers and shooting trips for the country people.
You can also choose from a variety of one day tours, so if you come and visit Czech Republic but only get one day to explore, we will take care of you and make sure you get to see something that interests you and get you back on time for your next program.
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South Moravia is located in the south east corner of Czech Republic and the main regional city is Brno (the second largest city in the Czech Republic).
Prague and Brno are only 2 hours apart by car and 3 hours by train. You may be surprised to find that South Moravia is actually closer to Vienna.
Brno has its own airport and there are regular flights from London Stansted and London Luton as well as many other UK and European airports.
The Czech Republic’s climate is a typical European continental influenced climate.
The summers are dry and hot (July and August being the hottest months reaching up to 38 degrees Celsius) and the winters are very cold. The winter temperatures can drop below zero and there is a fair amount of snowfall in the mountain areas.
The currency in Czech Republic is the Czech Koruna.
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Czechs are renown for their love of beer and you can be sure you will drink some of the world’s best beers there.
If you are coming with a group that will drink wine we will arrange plenty of beer for yourself. Or even better, if you fancy doing a beer tasting tour, contact us and we will put together a customised itinerary to suit your needs.