Prague, Czech Republic

Medieval Prague!

4 jours / 3 nuits
1h30

Medieval Prague!

  Prague, Czech Republic
  1h30
  Luxury seminar in Prague:
  Toute l'année
  4 jours / 3 nuits
Programme du Séminaire

Prague awaits you with a medieval welcome worthy of the greatest lords ! Prague Castle, the medieval city of Kutna Hora and other monuments whispering the cries of the past will serve as clues in your quest for the Golem shem.

Program

Day 1

  • Arrival at Prague airport.
  • Transfer to your 5* hotel Spa.
  • Welcome drink at the hotel to start your seminar in Czech Republic.
  • Go on a funicular to the Petrin Hill to reach the castle area with your guide: the possibility of entering into exclusive spaces normally inaccessible!
  • Lunch.
  • Leisure time.
  • Dinner in a luxury restaurant located on a roof with a view on the Castle of Prague.

Day 2

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Meeting interrupted by a coffee break
  • Lunch at the hotel.
  • Team building: in search of the shem of Golem!
  • With a road book, participants will find the “shem” through the famous people met along the way.
  • Dinner with medieval show: troubadours, musicians, dancers, dwarves, service, decor and medieval food like in the Middle Ages!
  • Overnight at the hotel.

Day 3

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Trip to Kutna Hora: a charming medieval and Renaissance city whose historic center is listed at the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Visit the Cathedral of St. Barbe and the famous museum alchemy.
  • Lunch in a renowned alchemist restaurant.
  • Leisure time.
  • Gala dinner in the heart of the old town of Prague, in a special room fully privatized: marble columns, imposing chandeliers, parquet floors, gold boxes,etc.
  • A singer will perform for your group the most beautiful opera arias.
  • Overnight at the hotel.

Day 4

  • Breakfast at the hotel in Prague.
  • Leisure time.
  • Transfer to the airport to return to Paris.

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