Embrace the rolling hills, jagged rock formations and omnipresent history in this land of kings.
Bursting with flavour, natural essence and picturesque places, Czechia will feed your city-dweller’s wanderlust. We’ll be chasing sunrises and sunsets in wild gorges, canyons, long rolling fields and vineyards of Moravian Tuscany, only to end up walking about Prague’s cobbled streets dotted with vintage lamps.
Bohemia has heaps in store for you. So pack up your gear and get ready to be treated to a true photographer’s delight. All in one go, and ready to be captured.
Czechia from a ringside seat
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Explore the Bohemian lands with the real adventures
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up to 10 attendees
moderate hiking involved
Included in the price
- Professional photography tutor
who will guide you through the area, show you the best photo locations of the Czech Republic photo tour and lead you throughout the whole workflow of landscape photography (choosing the right gear, scene selection, composition, post production).
- 7 nights of accommodation
including Prague airport pick-up / drop-off
Breakfast, lunch, dinner
Excluded from the price
- Flight tickets
or any other form of transportation to and from the Czech Republic
- Travel insurance
please note that travel insurance is compulsory
- Alcoholic beverages
- Additional snacks & meals
- Any visa fees
We want you to get a kick out of the tour, so we suggest that you bring the following:
- Digital camera
i.e. DSLR or mirrorless camera
- Wide angle lenses
highly recommended for landscape photos
- Telephoto lens
You will need at least a 200mm focal length, anything “longer” than that will give your more options and flexibility on the visited locations
- Good tripod
sturdy and stable is a MUST
- Circular polarizing filter
- Cable release
not necessary, but recommended
- Waterproof hiking boots and waterproof clothing
Make sure to pack up some warm clothing. It can get real freezing cold, especially in the mornings
- Comfy city wear shoes
Walking about the city’s cobbled streets is always better with worn-in shoes on.
We will be staying at Hotel Bukovanský Mlýn. Located in the rolling hills of the South Moravian region, this rustic place with a 19th century wind-mill offers charming accommodation swarming with oak furnishings and exposed beams. With wide range of amenities, the place is known for cozy rooms and delicious, hearty Czech cuisine. Being in Moravia, an in-house wine cellar is a must and the quality-wine tastings are in order.
When in Bohemian Switzerland, we will put you up at Penzion Lípa, about a 2-hour drive from Prague. The guesthouse is a listed building featuring a wide range of amenities (sauna, gym, wellness, restaurant etc.) and finely preserved original architectural elements - an atmosphere worthy tucking yourself in after a rich full day of landscape photography.
The Czech capital will treat us to a five star Luxury Family Hotel Royal Palace occupying a Neo-Renaissance building only a 5-minute walk from the Prague Castle and Charles Bridge - a true experience for history and architecture buffs in the very heart of Lesser Town. The place offers great amenities, not to mention the fine Czech and international cuisine and a wide range of drinks to be enjoyed in its restaurant and bar. All in all, a well-deserved wrap to our tour...
Les Gibbons, IT Manager, United Kingdom
“The trip with Martin and Vojta was very successful photographically and a great fun! They worked hard to ensure we saw a variety of locations in the best light, and anyone wanting help to make the best of the location received it. I would wholeheartedly recommend them, I will definitely travel with them again.”