European chauffeur driven tours...
MUNICH, BERLIN POTSDAM, DRESDEN, PRAGUE,
BUDAPEST, VIENNA, SALZBURG, KRAKOW
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ING. PETR KRONÁT
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HERITAGE TRAVEL PLANNING YOUR TRIP
When a company not only meets - but consistently exceeds the clients expectations for an
outstanding vacations, you know it offers years of experience and uncompromising dedication to
the Europe‘s highest standarts. From my own long experience, beeing born in Prague, traveling
in different European countries and having for several years worked full - time for the
limousine service chauffeured company as a chauffeur - guide, me and my bussiness colleagues
and partners have decided to carry on our activities in my company HERITAGE TRAVEL. We have
translated those qualities and experiencis into unique concept of travel themes and itineraries,
enabling you to acquire an indepth perspective reachig far beyond the superficial.
OUR OFFER included a number of suggestions for individual itineraries for an extensive trip
through Eastern or Western Europe, or can be added, combined with your programme for Europe.
Arriving for Europe in Berlin, Prague, or Vienna - departing for USA from Budapest or Warszawa,
our staff will design an itinerary that reflect your own special interest and timetable.
HERE A SIMPLE OF ITINERARY AS A COMBINATION OF CAPITALS OF EASTERN AND WESTERN EUROPE:
DAY 1 UNITED STATES - BERLIN, GERMANY
DAY 2 BERLIN
DAY 3 BERLIN - POTSDAM
DAY 4 BERLIN - PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
DAY 5 PRAGUE
DAY 6 PRAGUE
DAY 7 PRAGUE - VIENNA, AUSTRIA
DAY 8 VIENNA
DAY 9 VIENNA
DAY 10 VIENNA - BUDAPEST, HUNGARY
DAY 11 BUDAPEST
DAY 12 BUDAPEST - UNITED STATES
DAY 1 UNITED STATES - PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
DAY 2 PRAGUE
DAY 3 PRAGUE
DAY 4 PRAGUE - DÜRNSTEIN, AUSTRIA
DAY 5 DÜRNSTEIN - BUDAPEST, HUNGARY
DAY 6 BUDAPEST
DAY 7 BUDAPEST - KRAKOW, POLAND
DAY 8 KRAKOW
DAY 9 KRAKOW
DAY 10 KRAKOW - WARSZAWA
DAY 11 WARSZAWA
DAY 12 WARSZAWA - UNITED STATES
Because we know that the quality of your guide/driver can make or break holiday, especially
in a part of world as unfamiliar as Eastern Europe, our requirements ar strict. Our guides
determined for these trips are English speakers fluent in at least one other local language
and familiar with the history and customs of the regions through which you travel.
All the labels attached to Munich, in most cases coined by people coming from outside of
Bavaria, "Athens on the Isa river", "secret capital of Germany" are true attributes, but none
of them is comprehensive, Munich has such a wealth of attractions, offering magic in the
white - and - blue colours of the country to everybody: Art, culture joy of life. Surrounded
by forest it is a city of wide open spaces with Beer Gardens, parks, wide tree lined roads and
beautiful flower decked or shaded squares, Tree lined walks and parks border the River Isar
which flows through the town southwest to northeast. The old city centre is pedestrianised
and contains many medieval buildings from the days of Bavarians kings.
Lakes, mountains, rivers, woods, meadows, gorges, torrents, moor - land, idyllic scenery,
secluded spots, magic. For artists Bavaria has been, over many centuries, the foreland of
Olympus. For guests it is an enchanted garden of inspiration: Collections of history, exhibitions,
art galleries, libraries, convents, churches, and Munich, of course. Romantic Road climbs to
its final crescendo in the Eastern Allgäu where Schwangau, the castle and the town of Füssen
lie set against the backdrop of the steeply rising Alps. To the east are perched the two most
famous Bavarian "Königschlösser" from the 19th century: Hohenschwangau with its romanesque
- like forms on the former site of the early Gothic Schwanstein Castle, and Neuschwanstein,
King Ludwig II‘s fairy - tale castle.
Berlin is a popular attraction for tourists from within and without the national boundaries.
This city on the banks of the River Spree receives millions of visitors every year and, with
its delightfull surroundings, can be considered as one of the most beautifull metropoles in
Europe. An eventful past stretching over three quarters of a millenium has left its indelible
mark on the city buildings of historical interest have been preserved and new developments have
been skilfully introduced with special care taken not to upset the architectural harmony.
Whatever the time of year, a stay in Berlin is always a worthwhile experience.
Dresden had been considered to be one of the most of beautiful baroquestyle cities in Europe.
Fridrich August I known as August the Strong - and his son had endowed the absolutist residence
with a splendour in the 18th century, which by far surpassed everything known and customary
up to that time. The Zwinger - the "Open Air Banqueting Hall" - the Catholic Court Church
(now Cathedral), the Japanese Palaic and other splendid buildings date from that period.
Numerous palais were built for the nobility in the old and the new cities, and together with
entire streets of richly ornamented patrician mansions, a unique city panorama was created.
Later on the Semper Opera was added, and finally the picture was rounded off with with the
Brühlsche Terasse - the "Balcony of Europe" - known from the urban landscapes by Canaletto.
Potsdam lies immediatelly to the southwest of Berlin, surrounded by a string of Marchland
"Prussia was built up from Potsdam and illuminated from Sanssouci. The Havel river can assume
its place among German cultural waterways" wrote Theodor Fontane in his Wandering Through
the March of Branderburg. Thanks to its palaces and historical buildings, the city has indeed
become one of Europe’s most important cultural sites. About 25,000 buildings and parks in
Potsdam have been declared national monuments. Some of the greatest minds of Europe created in
Potsdam: Voltaire lived here between 1750 and 1753, and Lessing completed his Miss Sara Sampson
in 1755 in Potsdam. Heinrich Heine, Ludwig Tieck and Theodor Fontane found a favourable climate
for their work in this city as well. In the midlle 18th century Friedrich II (Frederick the
Great) built many marvellous palaces in Potsdam’s Sanssouci Park. Sanssouci has one particular
feature which sets it apart from other princely gardens laid out in the 18th century. Covering
an area of 290 hectares (approx. 730 acres), the extensive parks of Sanssouci reveal the
influence of French, Dutch, English and Italien models.
The Allies chose Schloss Cecilienhof for the Potsdam Conference of August 1945, which set
the stage for division of Berlin and Germany into occupation zones.
The capital of Czech Republic belongs among the best preserved historical cities of Europe
with unique collections of architectonic and cultural monuments. Lovers of history and
arthistorical monuments focus their attention, first of all, on the Hradèany complex with the
Prague Castle and St. Vitus’s Cathedral and then they continue to the Little Quarter with its
picturesque lanes and monumental palaces dokumenting the tumultuous events of past ages. One of
the attractive features of the Old Town is the complex of the former Jewish Ghetto. Owing to
its mild summer and winter weather, Prague is ready to welcome visitors at any time of the
Vienna sparkles like a precious stone. Certain facets will stand out and hold your attention
a different times to each beholder, a different facet may appear to be the most brilliant
highlight. Vienna is Europe’s capital of music. Much of what we call "clasical music" today was
created in and around the city in a tremendous burst of creativity. And Vienna continues to
hold the banner high by giving music of every age and every type the ultimate in perfonmance,
in the opera houses, in the concert halls, in public squares and gardens, in restaurants,
nightclubs and taverns.
The city of Budapest divided into 2 parts by the Danube, "BUDA and PEST". On side is Pest
the newer city situated on the banks of Danube. On the other bank, lying on the hill, is the old
city of Buda. The fisherman’s Bastion a Romanesque lookout, situated on the top of Buda
provides a magnificent view of the Danube and city. Given its long history, you would expect
Budapest to look old, and at first glance it does. It isn’t. To be sure, there’s a lot of
classical, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture, but virtually all of it is
"neo" and "revival" built in the latter 19th and early 20th centuries.
Warsaw, the capital of Poland, is a marvel by European standarts. This city, which by order
of Hitler, was setenced to extinction during World War II, has newer submitted. Thanks to the
united efforts of all Poles, it rose from ruin and destruction it lives on and flourishes. We
did not celebrate the rubble. Today, only monuments and plaques bear witness to the nightmare
of ware. Those 84 % of the city which were devasted during the war have dissappeared without
a trace. The people of Warsaw are warm - hearted and hospitable. They are happy to give
information and, if necessary, aid and assistance. Warsaw offers visitors numerous tourist and
cultural attractions, many historical monuments, theatres, museums, galleries, and parks.
WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO WELCOME YOU IN EUROPE
Ing. PETR KRONAT