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Czech Republic Bike Tours 2017/2018

2 Bike Tours with 136 Reviews

Highlights
  • New Town (Nove Mesto)
  • Old Town (Stare Mesto)
  • Lesser Town (Mala Strana)
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Prague Bikes & City Tours
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Classic City Tour

Start your tour with our professional guide who will give you comprehensive information about history... ... Read More
  • Starts/Ends Prague/Prague
  • Operator Prague Bikes & City Tours
  • Tour Type Private Tour
From US$ 21 90 minutes View Tour
Next Departures
Tomorrow
Oct 22
Highlights
  • Vyshehrad Fortress
  • Dancing House
  • Riversides
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Prague Bikes & City Tours
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Vyshehrad Castle & Prague Riversides

Our professional guide will take you around the town where you can learn about the... ... Read More
  • Starts/Ends Prague/Prague
  • Operator Prague Bikes & City Tours
  • Tour Type Private Tour
From US$ 27 120 minutes View Tour
Next Departures
Tomorrow
Oct 22
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Czech Republic Tour Reviews

4.8 - Excellent Based on 136 customer reviews
HIGHLIGHTS OF CENTRAL EUROPE Reviewed Tour: Highlights of Central Europe
5 - Excellent
“This was our first trip with a group of people on a bus trip, and also the first with Exodus, and my husband and I had a really great holiday.The trip had a perfect mix of city sightseeing, picturesque UNESCO world heritage sites and a trip into the Tatra mountain range, with a hike down.  ”
Fast-Tracking Central Europe Reviewed Tour: Highlights of Central Europe
5 - Excellent
“We all met up in Prague, a lovely city, and very soon (too soon!) found ourselves in Bratislava. Supposed to be the smallest of the capital cities that we saw, Bratislava was never-the-less surprisingly nice. We then moved on to the Fairy-Tale town of Cesky-Krumlov....Ahhhhh! Then we got to Vienna and first sailed down the Danube before listening to "Sailing Down The Beautiful Danube" by Strauss as the finale at an evening concert (optional extra). Then there was the spectacular Schonbrunn Palace (optional extra) Rapidly moving on to Buda-Pest we found the Danube again. Our time in this lovely city seemed to be too short! We then moved into Slovakia again but this time to the striking Tatra Mountains with mountain railways, funicular railways, treks and even a waterfall. Our final city was Krakow, Poland. What a nice city! I was glad that I had booked an extra two nights in this lovely city.”
Fabulous trip Reviewed Tour: Prague to Budapest Ride
5 - Excellent
“This has turned out to be one of my favourite Exodus trips. Packed with beautiful scenery, fascinating history and varied riding to suit everyone, it's a real treat. Jan, our guide - supported by the ever-smiling Hynek and Lubos - made everything run brilliantly and created a really fun trip for us.”
A Great Ride! Reviewed Tour: Prague to Budapest Ride
4 - Very Good
“The best way to see the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria and Hungary is by bike and taking this fabulously guided tour. These countries are well versed in cycling and have bike paths that go for miles and miles and are in good condition. There is some cycling that happens on main roads but cars are very accommodating of cyclists. The most difficult terrain is in the first couple of days with a lot of undulating hills. For this it is best if you have some cycling experience. Strangely enough the terrain turns flat about half way through the trip which is good for a while but believe it or not as scenic as the countryside is, you'll find yourself wishing for the odd hill or two just for variety and believe me that's not something I thought I ever would have said. Transfers on the bus are minimal compared to other trips which is good because the bus is small and we had an excellent driver so safety was never an issue. The accommodation included a mix of hotels and pensions. You can expect twin beds which is noteworthy if travelling as a couple. This is the European way and in most cases the beds could be pushed together if you wanted. On only one occasion did we have beds with the springs being not far below the surface and in another there was no hot water which was disappointing after a long days cycle but on the whole they were very satisfactory and everything was well organised upon our arrival. They were also centrally located which was a bonus in the bigger cities. The spread at breakfast was excellent at every stop. However, I should mention that if you're gluten free like myself, it is more of a challenge. I picked up some supplies in Prague and carried them with me. Also, the restaurants and cafes we stopped at also don't cater to gluten free and throw in vegetarian and it can get tricky. Our guide was really helpful in trying to ensure I at least got something at lunch and dinner. There are regular stops near shops to pick up supplies. You will find the bikes themselves to be heavier than what you're used to but you soon adapt. They were safely locked away each night and spares are carried in case there are any problems along the way. Our starts in the morning were at reasonable times which is great if like myself you're not a morning person. At the end of each day, the following days information would be shared. There are plenty of breaks throughout the day starting with morning coffee, followed by lunch and an afternoon break on longer ride days. There were a few occasions were it would have been better to push on especially when it was pouring rain and you were soaked as stopping for a lengthy time only allowed you to get cold. My suggestion would be to poll the group and possibly do shorter stops especially when the weather is bad. Our group spent almost the entire trip together including at night and free time. Dinners were often followed by nightcaps in the hotel bar. A great way to end the day! It was extremely helpful in the bigger cities that our guide gave us an overview as it really helped us get our bearings for our free time. Our morning tours of some of the smaller towns were a great start to the day and the scenery was spectacular.”
Stunning, fantastic holiday Reviewed Tour: Prague to Budapest Ride
5 - Excellent
“Gorgeous architecture, scenic and peaceful cycling route and (mostly) fabulous weather.”
Prague to Budapest bicycle Reviewed Tour: Prague to Budapest Ride
4 - Very Good
“It was a good trip. We rode about 30 miles/day, sometimes with hills (northern Czech Republic), but later fairly flat. The riders were in good shape. There were opportunities to rest throughout the day, having beverage/snack/lunch breaks. The lodgings were fine and clean. The breakfasts provided at the lodgings were very good & varied to suit most traveler's desires. There was good information provided as we traveled about the culture & history of the area. The other travelers were very friendly throughout the trip. It is a very good value for the dollar (or pound or Euro).”
Four Countries in 10 days ! Reviewed Tour: Prague to Budapest Ride
5 - Excellent
“This was my 12th holiday with Exodus (my 9th cycle tour) and one of the best, so it is not often I feel that I wish to write a review, so here goes ! This tour is a great way to see four countries and four capital cities of central Europe, all in just 10 days. Our group comprised a friendly bunch - a mix of English, Australian & Americans and with me, the token Scot of the group !We were lead by a very professional team of Dana along with Hynek and driver Lubos.”
Well managed bike tour Reviewed Tour: Prague to Budapest Ride
5 - Excellent
“A well planned tour, very enjoyable and educational.”
Cycling from Prague to Budapest Reviewed Tour: Prague to Budapest Ride
5 - Excellent
“Thoroughly enjoyable trip. A great way to meet new people, have great laughs and the best way to see the fantastic countryside. Bikes were well serviced. The first four days were the toughest, but the most scenic. The latter days were mostly flat and a breeze.”
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