Prague to Vienna
Prague to Vienna Avid 11 Days
From the Old World charm of Prague and the Czech Republic, our
journey will include the Unesco World Heritage site of Cesky-Krumlov and
idyllic countryside of southern Bohemia; in Austria, we’ll follow the
Danube River, where you can choose between gentle bike paths or venture
into the nearby moderate hills where vineyards tempt. Our trip finishes
in Vienna, one of Europe’s most important artistic centers. The 11 day
tour includes two nights in Prague, with local guided walks at the
beginning of the tour and two nights in Vienna at the end of the trip,
each with local expert guided walks.
This tour is the AVID version of our
Prague to Vienna trip, where you'll ride 'door to door'. You must be fit
and enjoy riding longer distances with hills.
*Robbin McKinney, owner of Randonnee Tours did this trip in October, 2012, so if you have any questions, please call.
Hotel Nautilus, Tabor
This 4-star boutique hotel was renovated from a former townhouse and is
located on the central plaza of Tabor, with comfortable rooms and an
exquisite restaurant. Frommers notes, "Easily the most sytlish and comfortable in town."
Hotel Konvince, Cesky-Krumlov
hotel is the highest-rated in CK, this charming family owned hotel is
in a quiet location in the historical center of town. Frommers notes,
"As you gaze at the river and the castle on the opposite bank, you'll
wonder why anyone would choose to stay elsewhere."
Hotel Schachner, Maria Taferl
4-star hotel is located in the village of Maria Taferl, with views of
the Danube. The restaurant here is excellent and there is a pool and spa
Hotel Raffelsburger, Weissenkirchen
in 1574, this property was renovated by the Anton family and now is a
treasure of antiques. With just 15 rooms, it is intimate and boasts a
location overlooking the Danube, and close to the quaint villages of
Durnstein and others.
"We had the best holiday ever- loved every minute,"
- Pam and Peter R., Vancouver, BC