Central European Experience from
Prague to Paris
This itinerary charts a wonderful journey experiencing art, culture, food...
Day 1

Vltava
Hrazany

The small mountain village Kvilda is a famous winter holiday centre in the Šumava mountains. It lie...
Day 2

Astronomical Clock
Prague

The Prague Astronomical Clock, or Prague Orloj, is a medieval astronomical clock located...
Day 2

Castle of Hradčany
Prague

Hradčany, the Castle District, is the district of the city of Prague, Czech Republic, su...
Day 2

Charles Bridge
Prague

Charles Bridge is a stone Gothic bridge that connects the Old Town and Malá Strana. It was a...
Day 2

Wenceslas Square
Prague

Some 500,000 students and citizens gathered here in the heady days of November 1989 to pro...
Day 4

The Old Town Hall
Bamberg

Crowds congregate in front of Old Town Hall's Astronomical Clock to watch the glockenspi...
Day 4

River Regnitz
Bamberg

The Regnitz is a river in Bavaria, Germany. It is a left tributary of the Main and is 58 km ...
Day 5

Bishop's Residenz
Würzburg

The Würzburg Residence is a palace in Würzburg, southern Germany. Johann Lukas von Hild...
Day 6

Merchant Hall
Miltenberg

In Freiburg, you encounter historic sights at every corner. The Münsterplatz is surrounde...
Day 7

Siegfried's Mechanisches
Rüdesheim am Rhein
Musikkabinett

The first German museum for data-storage musical instrum...
Day 7

Drosselgasse
Rüdesheim am Rhein

Since the beginning of the last century, Ruedesheim has been an attraction for Eng...
Day 7

Lorelei
Bornich

The Loreley is a rock on the eastern bank of the Rhine near St. Goarshausen, Germany, which soars ...
Day 7

Deutsches Eck
Koblenz

This pointed bit of land jutting into the river like the prow of an early ironclad warship i...
Day 8

Reichsburg Castle
Cochem

Reichsburg castle which is a landmark of Cochem and of the region is over a thousand year...
Day 9

Porta Nigra
Trier

Top billing among Trier's Roman monuments goes to the Porta Nigra, a brooding 2nd-century city g...
Day 11

Notre Dame cathedral
Paris

Cathédrale de Notre Dame de Paris is the true heart of Paris; in fact, distances from ...
Day 11

MusA(c)e du Louvre
Paris

This 19th-century building at the entrance to the Jardin des Tuileries, on the Rue de Ri...
Day 11

Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel
Paris

Erected by Napoleon to celebrate his battlefield successes of 1805, this trium...
Day 11

MarchA(c) Bastille
Paris

Rub shoulders with the Parisians at Marché Bastille. also known as Marché Richard Lenoir...
Day 11

Champs-Elysees
Paris

Marcel Proust lovingly described the genteel elegance of this storied avenue, the Champs-Ély...
Day 11

Palais-Royal
Paris

This most romantic and quiet of Paris gardens, enclosed within the former home of Cardinal Ric...
Day 11

Eiffel Tower
Paris

Once the tallest structure in the world, the Eiffel Tower is probably Europe's best known land...
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  1. 1. Central European Experience from Prague to Paris This itinerary charts a wonderful journey experiencing art, culture, food and nature in the Czech Republic, Germany, Luxembourg and Paris.Explore various places in Prague and Paris including its old bridges, Castles, Cathedrals and last but not the least , the highlight of the trip that is Eiffel tower. Source: Mygola.com
  2. 2. Day 1 Vltava Hrazany The small mountain village Kvilda is a famous winter holiday centre in the Šumava mountains. It lies 15 km south-west of the town Vimperk on the main headstream of the Vltava river called Teplá Vltava. It is the highest located village in the Czech Republic - 1058 m a.s.l. The ...
  3. 3. Day 2 Astronomical Clock Prague The Prague Astronomical Clock, or Prague Orloj, is a medieval astronomical clock located in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. The clock was first installed in 1410, making it the third-oldest astronomical clock in the world and the oldest one still working
  4. 4. Day 2 Castle of Hradčany Prague Hradčany, the Castle District, is the district of the city of Prague, Czech Republic, surrounding the Prague Castle. The castle is said to be the biggest castle in the world at about 570 meters in length and an average of about 130 meters wide. Its history stretches back to the ...
  5. 5. Day 2 Charles Bridge Prague Charles Bridge is a stone Gothic bridge that connects the Old Town and Malá Strana. It was actually called the Stone Bridge during the first several centuries. Its construction was commissioned by Czech king and Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV and began in 1357. In charge of the c ...
  6. 6. Day 2 Wenceslas Square Prague Some 500,000 students and citizens gathered here in the heady days of November 1989 to protest the policies of the former communist regime. After a week of demonstrations, the government capitulated without a shot fired or the loss of a single life. After that the first democrati ...
  7. 7. Day 4 The Old Town Hall Bamberg Crowds congregate in front of Old Town Hall's Astronomical Clock to watch the glockenspiel spectacle that occurs hourly from 8am to 8pm. Built in 1410, the clock has long been an important symbol of Prague. According to legend, after the timepiece was remodeled at the end of the ...
  8. 8. Day 4 River Regnitz Bamberg The Regnitz is a river in Bavaria, Germany. It is a left tributary of the Main and is 58 km in length. The river is formed by the confluence of the rivers Rednitz and Pegnitz, which meet in the city of Fürth. From there the Regnitz runs northwards through the cities of Erlangen ...
  9. 9. Day 5 Bishop's Residenz Würzburg The Würzburg Residence is a palace in Würzburg, southern Germany. Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt and Maximilian von Welsch, representants of the Austrian/South German Baroque were involved in the construction, as well as Robert de Cotte and Germain Boffrand, who were followers of ...
  10. 10. Day 6 Merchant Hall Miltenberg In Freiburg, you encounter historic sights at every corner. The Münsterplatz is surrounded by impressive buildings, the tallest of which is the steep-roofed Historisches Kaufhaus with its colorfully adorned bartizans. Sights worth visiting include the Altes und Neues Rathaus. th ...
  11. 11. Day 7 Siegfried's Mechanisches Rüdesheim am Rhein Musikkabinett The first German museum for data-storage musical instruments. On an exhibition area of over 400 m², the visitor is introduced in an amusing way to the history of self-playing music and its instruments. From the gentle musical clock to the orchestrion, which weighs tons, the visi ...
  12. 12. Day 7 Drosselgasse Rüdesheim am Rhein Since the beginning of the last century, Ruedesheim has been an attraction for English and German romantic writers, and considering the modest number of its residents, is today one of the most visited towns in Germany. Historical buildings, such as the Klunkhardshof, the fortifie ...
  13. 13. Day 7 Lorelei Bornich The Loreley is a rock on the eastern bank of the Rhine near St. Goarshausen, Germany, which soars some 120 metres above the waterline. It marks the narrowest part of the river between Switzerland and the North Sea, and is the most famous feature of the Rhine Gorge, a 65 km sectio ...
  14. 14. Day 7 Deutsches Eck Koblenz This pointed bit of land jutting into the river like the prow of an early ironclad warship is found at the sharp intersection of the Rhine and Mosel rivers. One of the more effusive manifestations of German nationalism—an 1897 equestrian statue of Kaiser Wilhelm I, first empero ...
  15. 15. Day 8 Reichsburg Castle Cochem Reichsburg castle which is a landmark of Cochem and of the region is over a thousand years old. Well, the original building was built around a year of 1000, but it was destroyed during the French siege in 1689. From 1868 to 1877 it was completely reconstructed and since then it i ...
  16. 16. Day 9 Porta Nigra Trier Top billing among Trier's Roman monuments goes to the Porta Nigra, a brooding 2nd-century city gate that's been blackened by time. A marvel of engineering and ingenuity, it's held together by nothing but gravity and iron rods. In the 11th century, Archbishop Poppo converted the s ...
  17. 17. Day 11 Notre Dame cathedral Paris Cathédrale de Notre Dame de Paris is the true heart of Paris; in fact, distances from Paris to all parts of metropolitan France are measured from place du Parvis Notre Dame, the square in front of Notre Dame. A bronze star, set in the pavement across from the main entrance, mar ...
  18. 18. Day 11 MusA(c)e du Louvre Paris This 19th-century building at the entrance to the Jardin des Tuileries, on the Rue de Rivoli side, was once used for jeu de paume. It later served as a transfer point for art looted by the Germans in World War II. Today it's been given another lease on life as an ultramodern, whi ...
  19. 19. Day 11 Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel Paris Erected by Napoleon to celebrate his battlefield successes of 1805, this triumphal arch, which is set in the Jardin du Carrousel at the eastern end of the Jardin des Tuileries, was once crowned by the ancient Greek sculpture called The Horses of St Mark’s, ‘borrowed’ from t ...
  20. 20. Day 11 MarchA(c) Bastille Paris Rub shoulders with the Parisians at Marché Bastille. also known as Marché Richard Lenoir. This market popular with the locals, offers variety of mouth-watering French gourmet products, ethnic food, wines, fruits, vegetables, vintage and many more. You can find almost every ...
  21. 21. Day 11 Champs-Elysees Paris Marcel Proust lovingly described the genteel elegance of this storied avenue, the Champs-Élysées. during its Belle Époque heyday, when its cobblestones resounded with the clatter of horses and carriages. Today, despite unrelenting traffic and the intrusion of chain stores and ...
  22. 22. Day 11 Palais-Royal Paris This most romantic and quiet of Paris gardens, enclosed within the former home of Cardinal Richelieu. is an ideal spot to while away an afternoon, cuddling with your sweetheart on a bench under the trees, soaking up the sunshine beside the fountain, or browsing the 400-year-old a ...
  23. 23. Day 11 Eiffel Tower Paris Once the tallest structure in the world, the Eiffel Tower is probably Europe's best known landmark and Paris's most famous symbol. You couldn't possibly visit Paris without seeing the Eiffel Tower. Even if you do not want to visit this world famous structure, you will see its top ...
  24. 24. Thank You! Check out this itinerary here. http://www.mygola.com/central-european-experience-from-prague-to-paris/i925 Mygola.com Largest collection of real travelers' itineraries. Create custom trip in 15 minutes.

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