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Young Bohemia Music Festival (Prague & Vienna) March

Group Tour Overview

Music Festival for choirs, bands and orchetras.

Perform on Young Bohemia Music Festivasl in Prague, visit UNESCO town Cesky Krumlow and end your tour with visit to Vienna, the worlds capital of classic music.
What a better way to end the tour then to attend baroque music concert in Grand Hall, site of the famous Vienna New year's concert.


Experience Time

9 Days

No. of Cities

4 Cities

Departure Date

You Choose

Day-1. DEPARTURE CITY - PRAGUE: Overnight flight to Prague. 

Day-2. PRAGUE: Arrival Prague early afternoon and transfer to your centrally located hotel next to the main square. After a short refreshment break join your tour director on walking tour along Vltava River and Charles Bridge. Then registration for the festival and welcome reception for group leader.

Day-3. PRAGUE-CONCERT DAY:  Morning concert in Music Academy. Early afternoon your second concert.  Afrer lunch, time for rehearsal and your second concerts. In the evening get-together for all music groups.

 Day-4. PRAGUE-CONCERT DAY: Morning tour of Charles Bridge, to visit to the Jewish Quarter, one of the largest Jewish settlements in Europe, St. Nikolas Church, Spanish Synagogue and Old Jewish Cemetery. Afternoon and evening concert with official parade in Old Town.

Day-5. PRAGUE: Guided tour of Czech capital. See / visit: Prague Castle, Hradcani Pedestrian Zone, and Lesser Town full of winding, narrow streets. Free afternoon.

Day-6. BOHEMIA: Journey through Bohemia. Visit Hluboka Castle, the most beautiful baroque castle in Europe with amazing woodwork. Then to Cesky Kumlov, world renown UNESCO Heritage City with great Castle, well preserved medieval streets, and houses restored in the old fashioned way. Overnight in Cesky Kumlov with possible concert.

Day-7. CESKY KUMLOV-VIENNA: Morning departure for ride through Czech and Austrian countryside. Arrival Vienna early afternoon and take a panoramic tour along the Ring. See: Museum of Fine Art, State Opera House, the City Hall, Parliament, Imperial Palace, Votava Kirche, Haas Hause, Danube Canal and Uranium. Then join the local guide for a walking tour of the former capital of the Habsburg Monarchy. See / visit: the Hofburg, Spanish Riding School, St. Stephen's Cathedral, Graben, Fleisch Markt and Koerntner Strasse, the shopping artery of the city. Then to your hotel located next to pedestrian zone and St. Stephens Cathedral.

Day-8. VIENNA: Visit Schoenbrunn, the most beautiful of all royal palaces in Europe with its huge parks, fountains and gardens. The castle was also known as the place where a young Mozart gave his first music concert at the age of six. Free afternoon for individual activities. How about to visit Prater, the oldest amusement park in the Europe, or walk along Danube River or find Bacchus the best pancake shop in Europe or just relax along Maria Hilfe Strasse. Evening Baroque concert in Grand Hall, the most famous music venue in Vienna.

Day-9. DEPARTURE

Our Tour hotels are never far from where you need to go. We choose only the best hotels in centralized locations so you can get on with your tour.


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With every group tour we provide you will see all the best attractions and some you might not even know. These attractions are just steps away from your hotel:

Hradcani Castle - St. Vit Cathedral - Jewish Quarter - Old Town - Powder Tower - Karl's Bridge - Lesser Town - Hofburg - St. Stephen's Cathedral - Votava Church 

Your tour is important to us and we provide the most inclusive tour possible. This student group tour includes the following:

  • round trip airfare
  • airport taxes
  • 7 nights in centrally located hotel
  • 7 European buffet breakfasts
  • 7 dinners
  • 3 concerts
  • guided tours of: Prague, Krumlov, and Vienna
  • visit: Prague Castle, Hluboka Castle, Kumlow Castle, St. Stepehens
  • Schoenbrun Castle tour
  • Grand Hall concert
  • Mariden tour director

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