The beauty of Saxony and Bavaria

  • Dresden

The fifth largest German city lies close to Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad) behind the East border with Germany. Originally, it was a fishing and trading settlement. Throughout the centuries, it became an important royal settlement. Today, it is the capital city of the Federal State of Saxony. Dresden lies on the Elbe River, in the foothills of the Krušné Mountains. But the breathtaking nature seduces to visit Dresden. For its mainly baroque, historical part of the city, Dresden is called the Elbe Florence.

  • Nuremberg

Nuremberg is a lively metropolis with the refi ned spirit of the Middle Ages. Every step you make, you will discover monuments to the city’s history of more than 950 years. We will show you round Nuremburg’s historical center where a large number of historical sights await you behind the city’s well-preserved walls with spires and ramparts - the church of the Virgin Mary with an astronomical clock, the churches of St. Lawrence and St. Sebald, central square with a Gothic fountain (Schöner Brunnen), etc. Shopping is another experience not to be missed. You will hardly find another city with so closely intertwined historical sights and shopping districts.

  • Regensburg

„This beautiful city has two faces: one of stone and one of water. Yet, when you look the Danube in the eye, both faces become one.“ Regensburg, a city of historical buildings, towers and monastic structures, will open in front of you in its full glory. You can admire its unique Stone Bridge - the oldest bridge in Germany built in the years 1135-1146. It became a model for many more bridges constructed all over Europe (London or Avignon) and most likely also for the Judith Bridge in Prague. Another interesting building is the Old City Hall with a tower from the 13th century and the hall of the German Reich where Bundestag used to hold its sessions. Undoubtedly, the city’s dominant is St. Paul Cathedral that represents one of the leading works of the Bavarian Gothic. If you look at the points of its spires, you will see kings riding on horses, foolish maidens or gargoyles with animal or human faces. Regensburg is an ideal place for curious minds, pleasure seekers, culture lovers and dreamers.

  • Munich

We will visit the metropolis of Southern Germany, the City of Munich, situated at the foot of the Alps on the crystal clear mountain river Isar. Munich. The third largest city in Germany is connected with many attributes - the beating heart of Bavarian economy or the capital of beer. The enjoyment of cultural and artistic activities can be sought in a broad variety of art galleries, museums, historical monuments and theaters. Since the very beginnings of Munich, the center of all events has been in Marienplatz Square that is dominated by the Gothic building of the Old City Hall and the New Gothic building of the New City Hall whose façade is decorated with the statues of kings, princes, dukes, allegoric fi gures and outstanding personal of Munich’s history. The unmistakable symbol of Munich is its Gothic church of the Virgin Mary with onion-shaped domes cupolas from, the 15th century. The building will electrify your sight with two high towers and provide a unique view of Munich and the nearby Alps. Munich’s shopping avenues are scattered with innumerable shopping options. You can hardly miss Maximilanstraße Street that combines the luxury and charm of Munich. The well-known, splendid boulevard is line with classy designer shops such as Gucci, Armani or Yves St. Laurent. The exclusive shopping street is worth visiting even if your budget is modest - simply take a walk and enjoy some window shopping.