Strategically positioned at the heart of Europe, the Czech Republic is a gem of a country. The capital Prague is, of course, the main highlight with its Old Town, magnificent castle and the historically significant Wenceslas Square. Look further afield, however, and you will find the picturesque town of Cesky Krumlov, the spa towns of Marianske Lazne and Karlovy Vary, as well as the regional capitals of Brno and Ostrava, all of which are easily reachable by train. Benefitting from a well-developed network of rail lines, travelling around the Czech Republic by train is a very easy and rewarding way to see the country.
Travel to Prague via the beautiful city of Erfurt and spend two full days taking in the Czech capital with its UNESCO World Heritage listed Old Town, countless museums and hilltop castle, before returning to the UK via Bohemia and Bavaria.
Combine the imperial cities of Prague, Vienna and Budapest on this central European adventure by rail. Stop along the way in historic Munich and return home via the wooded hills of Bavaria, with a night in Regensburg.
Travel east of the former Iron Curtain on this epic holiday from Gdansk in the Baltic to Belgrade in Serbia, taking in some spectacular destinations along the way, including Dresden, Prague and Budapest.