The coast, villages and countryside of the Eastern Algarve and then explore the treasures of this most westerly corner of Europe.
The Czech Republic is a playground for outdoor enthusiasts, with expansive woodlands, rolling green hills and plenty of castles and mountains to keep you rambling for days. From its ancient roots in Bohemian Switzerland to the lively metropolis of Prague, the Czech Republic is an adventurous country which just keeps on giving.
From the sweeping lowlands to the many rivers which wind around the country, walking holidays in the Czech Republic are simply glorious. The hilly, craggy peaks make for rewarding and remarkable walks, where beautiful vistas will surround you.
On our The Painters’ Way holiday, you’ll embark on the 70-mile Malerweg (Painters’ Way) trail and experience the top spots of two enchanting cities. You will start with two nights in the Czech Republic’s capital, Prague, where a local sightseeing guide will take you around this glorious city, showing you the historic and cultural highlights, before dining in local restaurants, so you can thoroughly enjoy your trip.
While you’re in the city, you’ll see the impressive Charles Bridge, which was built in the 15th century. Originally, the bridge served as an important connection between Prague Castle and the Old Town; now it offers fantastic views in every direction, especially in the colder months, where a blanket of powdery-white snow makes this site wonderfully atmospheric. The river that runs under the Charles Bridge, the Vltava, meanders through the Czech Republic and into Germany, and as we continue our trip we eventually meet it again in Dresden.
A Czech Republic walking holiday offers the chance to soak up a rich cultural heritage and visit one of Europe’s most fascinating cities. When exploring the fairytale city of Prague, you’ll wander through narrow cobbled streets, visiting an array of charming attractions along the way, such as the Old Town Hall, which is characterised by its extraordinary 15th-century astrological clock.
Ramblers Walking Holidays give visitors the opportunity to explore multiple destinations without the hassle of organising flights, transfers and accommodation yourself. On our “The Painters’ Way” itinerary, we take you to the wonderful cities of both Prague and Dresden, with an English speaking local guide showing you all of the top sights and deepening your appreciation for the local culture.
From slow ambles to intense mountain treks, there are a variety of walking holidays available for everyone who enjoys exploring the world on foot.
Today If you would like to find out more about booking a walking holiday in the Czech Republic, please contact the team or request a brochure.