Czech around from Prague

21 houses along its perimeter, the most important of which is the town hall. In the middle of the square there is also one of the symbols of the city, the Baroque Samson Fountain. Not far from the fountain towards Zvon Hotel is the so-called Wandering Stone, marked by a cross. From the square, we head to the Cathedral Church of St. Nicholas, originally a Gothic building from the 13th century. Next to the church there is another dominant feature of the city, the 72 m- high Black Tower. Just below the Black Tower, in a small area in front of the cathedral, stands a monument to Bishop Jan Valerian Jirsík. Other attractions include Gothic-Renaissance Wortner House , the Aleš South Bohemian Gallery, Na Sadech Park, statue of the city’s founder, King Přemysl Otakar II. or the prominent Budejovice native, shipbuilder, builder and entrepreneur Vojtěch Adalbert Lanna, the Church of the Holy Family, South Bohemian Museum, Church of St. Anna with the Capuchin monastery. Free time for lunch (N/I). Then proceed for the tour of the destination today the city is most known for - It is where the original Budweiser beer was born. Tourists can visit the brewery on a tour and learn about the production process of this world-famous lager which ends with beer tasting. Dinner and overnight in Ceske Budejovice DAY 5: CESKE BUDEJOVICE TO SALZBURG AND SALZBURG SIGHTSEEING Breakfast at the hotel. Check out of the hotel. Meet your English speaking tour director and drive south of Czech republic, cross the border to enter Austria to proceed to Salzburg. Arrive in Salzburg and check into the hotel. Free time for lunch (N/I). Later meet your English speaking local guide for a city tour. Starting at Palace Mirabell, you will explore the sights here. The palace was built under the reign of the famous baroque prince Archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Reitenau for his mistress Salome Alt and their 15 children. At the Makartplatz, next to the Palace Mirabell, you will see the Mozart Residence. You will explore the New Town and this side of the river before crossing the bridge "Makartsteg" to arrive at the Old Town of Salzburg. While here we will get to Salzburg's most famous street, the Getreidegasse, which is especially renowned for its wrought iron trade signs and Mozart's Birthplace. Stroll through Salzburg's Old Town to admire its historical buildings, such as the medieval apartments and churches that were built from the Ceske Budejovice Cesky Krumlov Prague