Day 1 Prague
Arrive at Vaclav Havel Airport Prague.
Day 2 Prague
Sitting above the city is Prague castle; trek here for a beautiful view or to explore St. Vitus' Cathedral.
Day 3 Prague
In the Old Town, wander through the Jewish Quarter and visit the cemetery, which dates to the 15th century. Czech beer is justly famous; try a brew at an old fashioned pub.
Old Town Quarter
Day 4 Kutna Hora
Visit the ossuary, or Kostnice, where the local monks used the bones from a cemetery to decorate or create everything from doors to chandeliers.
In town, see the Cathedral of St. Barbara, a 15th-century Gothic masterpiece.
Kutna Hora was a mint for much of Europe in the Middle Ages; visit the Italian Court to see coins were made and to buy replicas.
Cathedral of St. Barbara
Day 5 Cesky Krumlov
Krumlov's centerpiece is its scenic castle, complete with a pastel tower and moat.
Have a locally brewed Eggenberg beer and a locally caught trout, one of the landlocked country's few fish specialties.
View of Cesky Krumlov
Day 6 Cesky Krumlov
The work of the town's most famous resident, Expressionist artist Egon Schiele, is displayed in a small museum, together with other works of the period.
Cesky Krumlov Castle
Day 7 Karlovy Vary
Take a bath at one of Karlovy Vary's famous natural mineral-water spas.
As you walk the colonnades, sip water from one of the healing springs or try a shot of Becherovka, the herbal liqueur made here.
Day 8 Karlovy Vary
Have an old-fashioned, white-tablecloth meal at Promenada. After lunch the lodge will transfer you to the airport for your onward flight home. Your return flight will arrive the same day.