Available Excursions for Prague

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Excursions may not be available for all programs and sessions.

Cesky Krumlov

A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1992, south Bohemia's Cesky Krumlov is one of Bohemia´s prettiest towns, made up of elegant Renaissance buildings housing charming cafes, pubs, restaurants, shops and galleries, all surrounded by the picturesque countryside of southern Bohemia. Its old town,... Read More

Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad) (SEMESTER/YEAR ONLY)

Karlovy Vary, the Czech Republic's most visited town, was founded in the 14th century by Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV. According to a legend, the emperor had it built soon after his hunting companions discovered the thermal springs in the area. The area became known as a spa town and enjoyed... Read More

Kutna Hora (Spring 1/Fall 1/Year 1 Only)

This UNESCO World Heritage city once competed to be the capital seat of the Czech Republic and is one of the most historically important cities in the country. The large silver mines and silver mint here made Kutna Hora one of the wealthiest towns in Europe during the 14th and 15th centuries.... Read More

Ceske Svycarsko (Czech Switzerland) National Park (Summer Only)

In the north-western extreme of the Czech Republic, nestled against the Elbe Sandstone Mountains and adjacent to a similarly named region of Saxony, Germany, lies a government-protected wilderness that has for centuries been a natural playground for the romantic imagination. The area is known... Read More


Terezín is a military fortress built in the 18th century by the Enlightenment ruler Josef II and originally named Theresienstadt (German) after his mother Maria Theresa. (Terezín is its Czech name.) It is located in the Czech Republic, a short drive from Prague. Terezín was intended as part... Read More

Moravia (Summer Only)

There are few regions in the world which can offer visitors Moravia's enviable combination of World Heritage architectural gems, unspoiled farmland and countryside, and local traditions that, despite dating from as many as six centuries ago, still imbue the daily lives of locals. While it's no... Read More

Vienna (Semester/Year only)

Vienna is rich in culture and full of museums, galleries, concert halls and top-notch shopping. Wander through this historic yet modern city and discover hidden alleys and shops as street musicians play a lovely Mozart tune in the distance. Tour the beautiful gardens of the Schonbrunn Palace,... Read More

Berlin (Semester/Year only)

This major metropolitan city boasts 100+ art galleries, countless nightclubs and architecture to amaze the eyes. Completely devastated at the end of WWII, Berlin has sprung back as a bustling Mecca of young minds, hip culture, flea markets and a diverse body of students and young professionals.... Read More