June 21st: Meet in prague and we head to Cesky Krumlov for a dinner together and settle into our rooms.
June 22nd: We breakfast together and then get our garb on for the opening ceremonies of the festival! Wander through the entire city and see the buildings or see a show. You’re on your own to adventure, people watch, or just relax.
June 23rd: Festival day, you’ll be given a ticket to climb the tower to see the spectacular view of the historic city of Cesky Krumlov in it’s full renaissance glory. Watch the night-time spectacular as 300 costumed, torch-bearing people parade through the city center. Before the clock strikes midnight we’ll find a spot by the river to view fireworks!
June 24th: Sunday closing festival, gather together as Wolgemut and Paolo do a last show for their friends in Krumlov.
June 25th: We don our summer clothes for a rafting RenAdventure. Paddle pleasantly down the Vltava river and take a leisurely day making stops at riverside beer stands and picnic areas.
June 26: Private tour of Castle and baroque theatre of Cesky Krumlov.
June 27: Wednesday morning we say good-bye to the wonderful city of Krumlov, I’m sure you’ll be back. We head out early get to Prague in time to settle into our new abode and step out for a walking tour of Prague. That night we’ll wander the streets to discover the Absinthe bars that were made so famous with international travelers over 100 years ago.
June 28: We board our tour bus for a day trip to Kutna Hora and the Bone Chapel. Heading back to Prague for more city adventures.
June 29: We tour the major buildings of Prague; the castle, the cathedral, the Orloj, where we learn that Italian time is an actual thing! After seeing all these amazing structures (and hopefully getting some good pictures), we will spend our last evening together dining in true medieval style with live entertainment and amazing food in barrel-vaulted chambers deep under the city streets!
June 30: After a good breakfast will say our good-byes to our friends and deliver you to your bus or train station, or airport in Prague.
Note: Events might change due to weather or other circumstances, but we’re going to have a great time.