Leaving Vienna on an airconditioned bus/van through the Austria Wine Quarter you reach the border to the Czech Republic after a 45 min drive. On the streets to Prague you cross the picturesque Moravia, former part of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire as well as Bohemia, once part of the Habsburg Monarchy. Arriving in Prague, the best way to explore all, that has to be seen, is a walking tour. Your personal guide, who gives you advice and support for the whole day, let you learn about former times to present days and is highly endeavored to make this day memorable. Check out with him the grace and charme of the city, that represents all the times, Prague has gone through. At the end of the day you'll have an impression of most of the main sights such as Wenceslas Square, National Museum, Powder Tower, the Municipal House (Art Noveau), House of the Black Madonna - the Cubist House with it's Grand Café Orient, the Estates Theatre, Charles University, Old Town Square, Tyn Church, National Gallery or the Jan-Hus Monument. Gathering around 4pm at the meeting point Square the visit ends with an relaxing drive back to your drop-off-point in Vienna.