26 Apr Prague
A WONDERFUL WEEKEND IN PRAGUE
Are you ready to meet the Old Town, Prague Castle, the famous Charles Bridge, where you will feel like you are in the Middle Ages?
We will listen to the story of the giant coat of arms in the Sadlec Chapel by visiting Kutna Hora, St.Barbara Cathedral, Virgin Mary Church, Bony Church and Italian Court, which is on the Unesco World Heritage list and is a medieval town where the baroque architectural style can be observed concretely. .
Day 1 / 9 June 2023 / Friday ISTANBUL – PRAGUE
Meeting at Istanbul Airport International Terminal at 04:30 in the morning. After baggage, passport and ticket procedures, departure to Prague at 06:55 with Turkish Airlines flight numbered TK 1767 and arrival at 08:30 local time. With our private bus, we first take our breakfast at Ginger & Fred restaurant and start our city tour. The Old Town, where you will feel like you are in the Middle Ages, Prague castle, the famous Charles Bridge and much more are among the places to see. After lunch in the city center, we will settle in Augustine, a Luxury Collection Hotel, one of the most enjoyable hotels in Prague. Free time in the afternoon. Dinner and overnight at our hotel.
Day 2 / 10 June 2023 / Saturday PRAGUE – CZECHIA
After breakfast at our hotel, we will first visit Kutna Hora, a medieval town where the baroque architectural style can be observed concretely. Kutna Hora city center, which is 1 hour away from Prague, is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. We will visit St. Barbara Cathedral, Virgin Mary Church, Bony Church and Italian Court in the city, and listen to the story of the giant coat of arms in the Sadlec Chapel.
Return to Prague at noon and lunch. Then free time for shopping. We will have our evening gala dinner in a special restaurant that offers a unique experience. Overnight at our hotel.
Day 3 / 11 June 2023 / Sunday PRAGUE – ISTANBUL
After breakfast, we leave our hotel and today our journey to Terezin. Terezin Concentration Camp, built by the Nazis in 1941 during the Second World War, is just one of the camps where Jews were taken prisoner and brought in with the promise of work. As in the phrase “Arbeit Macht Frei” written at the entrance of the camp, the Jews brought here with the promise of “Work Makes Free” were forced to work under harsh conditions. The most striking part of the camp is the wards. Many don’t even have windows. We will learn that nearly 500 people live in the wards where 15-20 people can live, and we will also see the tunnels connecting the camps.
After lunch, transfer to the airport. After baggage, ticket and passport procedures, departure to Istanbul at 19:10 with Turkish Airlines flight numbered TK 1770 and arrival at 22:50 local time. WELCOME.