Golf Tours

Unique is an experienced organizer of tours with a golf program. Golf tourism is one of our preferred activities where we can offer superior relations with golf resorts in the Czech Republic and neighboring countries.

The Czech Republic offers golf courses such as the Cihelny (Brickworks) designed by a group of architects of Gary Player, Karlštějn with spectacular views of the medieval castle from the 14th century, Karlovy Vary on the edge of the famous spa town or Mariánské Lázně, the oldest golf course in the Czech Republic, which was opened in 1905 by English King Edward VII. We have prepared a wide variety of golf packages offered both in Prague and its surroundings, but also in other parts of the Czech Republic.

We can offer you both full packages or individual services. All parts of our golf packages can be ordered separately or changed if you wish so. A golf package is a one-day or multiple-day programme with full service, in which we can take care of you to your full satisfaction. It includes transportation, accommodation, food, golf course reservation, a course with an instructor, trips, wellness and spa programmes and anything else you desire. The package can be ordered for one person, a couple, an entire flight or even larger groups. Tell us what you wish and we shall arrange it for you.

TOP 10 Czech Golf Cources

1. Ypsilon

Ypsilon bas designed by Austrian -based architect Keith Preston and it become an instant hit with local golfers when it opened for play, voted course of the year by readers of Golf Digest´s Czech edition in 2006 and 2007.

Holes have been expertly routed in two returning nines over a hilly landscape, with plenty of elevation changes to ensure a round here is no easy walk in the park. Nevertheless, bunkers are generally shallow and fairways open so a game of golf at Ypsilon is far from arduous.

The signature hole is regarded as the 220-yard three 13th, where the tee shot is played to a green perched on the other side of a small valey. The advice here is not to underclub, „otherwise you will find yourself watching the ball land on the opposite slope and wondering why it was so short.“

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2. Karlovy Vary

This historic spa town is located to the west of the Czech Republic, about 100 km from Prague. Golf here dates back to 1904 and a nine-hole course was originally laid out on the southern outskirts of the city, with the objective of expanding the range of sporting activities available for guests visiting the spas.

Golf become very popular and it soon became necessary to expand the course to a full 18 holes. In 1933, the Parisian architect C. Noskowski was commissioned to build a new Karlo Vary course. Today´s course measures 6,226metres against a par of 72 and the club now boasts the largest golf club membership in the Czech Republic, with more than 640 members. It´s traditional parkland layout, which uses the natural undulating land to great effect. Each hole is flanked by a wide variety of mature deciduous and evergreen trees. Bunkering is light and the three water hazards rarely come into play. The key to scoring well is positional play from the tee.

The Czech Republic is certainly steeped in history and the spa town of karlovy Vary is romantic and enchanting. But we think that the classic Karlovy Vary golf course is well worth a visit in its own right.

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3. Royal Marianské Lázně

Marianske Lazne is the second largest spa town in the Czech Republic. His Majesty King Edward VII conducted the opening of the original nine-hole Marianske Lazne golf course in 1905. Marianske Lazne is the second oldest club in the Czech Rebublic.

The lyout is routed across an upland plain, which is perched at more than 700 metres above sea level. The turf was once reported to have „healthful radioactive emanations and ground as soft as Persian carpets“. Pine trees surround the Marianske Lazne property and this majestic parkland course will test your driving skills and flatter your distances in this altitude. You´ll also need accurate iron play to find the sanctuary of the small and well-protected greens. 2003 heralded perhaps the proudest moment in Marianske Lazne´s long history when Her Majesty Queen Elisabeth II granted golf club royal patronage.

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4. Karlštejn

Opened in 1993, immediately after the demise of the former Czechoslovakian nation, it was one of the first European ventures undertaken by Golf Design Services, the company of architect Les Furber and Jim Eremko, who have constructed dozens of golf cources in Canada since the mid 1980s.

The 6,433-yard course lies in the ground of Karlstejn Castle (which dates back to 1348) and is routed over a hilly, wooded landscape with limestone outcrops, ravines and a couple of lakes. As the architects say, the holes were designed as „easy to bogey, but difficult to birdie“ and, as a consequence, Karlstejn presents to golfers of all abilities.

The strenght of the course is its short par four holes with half of the ten two shotters on the card measuring less than 350 yards in length. The 308-yard 2nd hole is the most thrilling, played downhill to a green that kinks to the right, protected by a pond on the left, a large bunker on the right and a small ditch in front – a classic easy bogey/difficult birdie hole.

Such is the demand at Karstejn, a relief 9-hole course was built 2007 to take some pressure off the 18-hole course, allowing the 600 meembers to still play when there ara corporateand tournament days on the main course.

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5. Casa Serena

Casa Serena located 53 km from Prague and was completed in 2008 by European Golf Design. It is top quality course, which hosting professional tournaments. The course at Casa Serena is routed with returning loopsof nine holes over ground that was previously used as farmland, secluded from the modern world by dense forest. The fairways wind their way through three separate plots, each of which are significantly undulating. Designed to be both strategic and beautiful, these immaculate emerald green fairways are sharply contrasted by vast areas of fescue.

Plenty of earth was moved to create the desired contour on the course an although the shaping isn´t natural, it doesn´t look or feel out of place at all. Many regard the par four 12th hole as the best on the scorecard. It features a long, sweeping fairway that rises gradually to an offset putting surface set into the hillside with deep bunkers protecting the front of the green.

One of the few private golf cources in the Czech Republic, Casa Serena does not accept pay and play customers. But the club signed a three-year agreement with the European PGA in 2008 to host the Casa Serena Open on the European Senior Tour.

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6. Prosper (Old)

The Prosper Golf Resort Celadna is one of the most easterly golf complexes in the Czech Republic. Located in the Moravian-Silesian village of Celadna, near the Polish and Slovakia borders. Prosper is laid out within a property that extends to 350 acres in the Beskydy Mountain region. In addition to its two 18-hole golf cources, the resort extends to a 27-room, four-star hotel with swimming pool and a ranch, complete with a horse riding area, stables, indoor and outdoor arenas.

Designed by Miguel Angel Jiménez, Prosper´s Old course can be extended to a massive 7,177-yard and it opened for play in 2001. The new course is only a fewer yards shorter and was inaugurated in 2004. Both parkland courses have been shaped by earth moving equipment with several man made lakes created to assist irrigation.

The Old course, on the southwest side of the property, is configured as two loops of nine holes, with each ending near the clubhouse. Four doglegged par four holes are played in succession on the back nine before the feature hole on the card is tackled – the 169-yard, par three, 15th is played to an island green where anything other than a very good tee shot will be severely punished. The Czech Open is scheduled to remain at Prosper Golf Resort for next eight years.

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7. Kunětická Hora

The village of Dříteč lies just to the north of the regional town Pardubice and it´s where golfers will find one of the most modern course designs to open in the Czech Republic. Laid out on a plain beneath Mount Kunětická, a cone-shaped hill topped by a 15th-century castle ruin, the Kuneticka Hora fairways spread out round three large lakes on an imposing 350-acre site.

Australian architect Graham Marsh constructed this course, which was opened in 2007, is only the second European layout that he has put his stamp on. Eye catching clusters of distinctive, large clover-shaped fairway and greenside bunkers are found on most holes – the lakeside, par three, 13th has a very extravagant collection of sand traps sitting front left of the green – and many of the putting surfaces are laid out as large, multi-tiered greens that can offer a variety of pin placements.

The signature hole is the 560-yard par five 16th, one of six holes at Kuneticka Hora which bring the lakes into play. With water threatening all the way up the right hand side, the fairway doglegs sharply in that direction to a green surroundedby sand – anyonewho tries to reach the puttingsurface in two shots from the tee is either a highly accomplished golfer or a sadly delusional individual!

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8. Konopiště

Konopiste is one of the new Czech golfing complexes opened in 2002. The resort´s two 18-hole championship courses and 9-hole beginner´s course are laid out withinthe Tvoršovice Estate, together with a renovated chateau clubhouse and 50-bed hotel.

The course is the creation of John Burns from the European PGA along with head greenkeeper Frantisek Stepan. Both layouts are a mix of parkland and hilly woodland, with delightful changes in elevation throughout. Water is brought into play sparingly and only a few fairways are tight as many are divided by saplings that will take time to mature. Greens are generally well proportioned and gently contoured though many are heavily bunkered.

Following a relatively gentle introduction to the course on the first three holes, the next hole is reached by following a path through the forestto the fourth tee. This slight right doglegged par five plays all the way from tee to green down a narrowchute of tall, dense trees with a creek running all the way down the left to add further pressure. The steep climb to the elevated tee on the fifth hole is actually a welcome respite after the near claustrofobia of the preceding hole!

The back nine begins with the shortest of the four par threes on the card, the 140-yard 10th hole. A couple of holes later, the massive (600 yard) 12th plays downhill with a right-angled dogleg to the green which may tempt big hitters – and the foolish – to fly the trees with their second shot. The 18th is another downhill hole, featuring a tree in the middle of the fairway, a pond in front of the green and two bunkers to the front and back of the putting surface.

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9. Monachus (Mnich)

Opening to great acclaim in 2001, the 27-hole Monachus Golf Resort lies close to the Austrian border in a delightful area known as Czech Canada. Here the terrain is rather hilly, covered in dense forests, rocky outcrops and unspoiled natural lakes.

The 9-hole Nova Bystrice academy course at Monachus is a very good warm up layout for those who want to get their eye in before tackling the 7, 200-yard, par 73 Monachus championchip track.

Designed with tournament golf in mind by Austrian Gerold Hauser, the 18-hole Mnich is an enormous course carved out of the wooded slopes and many of the holes are framed on either flank by large mature trees. Huge stones and boulders are also dotted around the property, but thankfully, they rarely present themselves as hazards.

The left doglegged par four 5th is the toughest hole on the front nine whilst back-to-back par fives at holes 12 and 13 are stamina sapping tests early on in the back nine. The 531-yard 13th is regarded as Mnich´ssignature hole. The second longest par five on the scorecard, it has a pond protecting the green front right with two bunkers on the left to punish over cautious or pulled approach shots.

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10. Astoria Golf Resort

The Astoria Golf Resort is one of a new wave of Czech Rebuplic golf facilities that opened for business at the start of the new millenium. In addition to its 6,149-yard, par 70, 18-hole golf course, the resort also has a golf academy, short game course, driving range and practise putting green, as well as a 64-bed hotel located a pitching wedge distance from the 1st tee.

The Gary Player Design Company were responsible for the layout at Astoria, this is one of only five courses that they have worked on in Eastern Europe. Set in western Bohemia, in the beautiful Slavkovsky forest, near Karlovy Vary, the Cihelny course is laid out on the flood plain of the river Tepla with holes 1 to 5 plus 18th located higher up the side of the valley and the remaining holes routed along the banks of the meandering river.

The pick of the front nine is the second of the three par three holes on the outward half, the downhill, 116-yard 5th hole. Three of the remaining par fours after this are good, old-fashioned short holes – each less than 315 yards in lenght – and at two of them, the doglegged 9th and 12th holes, bogiesare as likely to be made as birdies.

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MICE Tourism

The Czech Republic has excellent conditions for organizing and arranging different types of incentive, business or motivational events. Our company provides all kinds of services for Incentive and Congress Tourism. One of the priorities of our business strategy is providing services for conferences, congresses, social and sports events or the arranging of teambuilding programs. Our experienced staff will help you realize what you need and will do everything to fulfill your wishes. We guarantee a high level of provided services and professional approach in organizing even the most significant events.

We offer to our partners:

  • Planning and creation of congress and conference projects
  • Projecting public relations plans, preparation and realization of promotional and advertising campaigns
  • Suitable meeting venues with state-of-the-art equipment
  • Arranging of teambuilding and motivational programs for groups and corporate clients
  • Budgeting
  • Complete organizational services
  • Registration of participants
  • Printed materials and web site design
  • Well-located hotels of all categories
  • Experienced catering companies
  • Luxury restaurants as well as traditional pubs
  • Transfers on deluxe coaches as well as private cars
  • Professional guiding and interpreting services
  • Providing premises for conferences, presentations, firm events for businessmen and social and state institutions
  • Additional cultural-social services
  • Programmes for accompanying persons
  • Pre- and post-tours, etc.
  • Organization of sponsoring
  • Complete V.I.P service

Spa and Wellness

Wellness is a fashion trend, hobby, passion, healthy life style, culture of the body, mind and soul and the phenomenon of our time. All that and much more describe wellness.

The treatment provided by Czech spas is based exclusively on the use of high-quality natural curative resources, which this country has always abounded in thanks to the diverse geological composition of its territory. The application of state-of-the-art medical and rehabilitation methods, combined with the traditional use of natural mineral water, peloid, curative gases and climate, make this country a spa superpower.

Our spa packages are Karlovy Vary, Mariánské Lázně, Františkovy Lázně, Poděbrady, and many other places. They are a few days’ experience-focused programmes that will enable you to relax and foster your body and mind. Accommodation is arranged in the best spa hotels. You will experience a few days full of time-proved treatments, wandering through the historic parts of the cities, tours with guides, music and exquisite meals, in short: relaxation at its finest.

We can arrange a programme that fits your wishes at your demand. Tell us where you want to go and how long you want to stay and we shall arrange all the rest. Just relax and let us take care of you.

Karlovy Vary

Karlovy Vary is the most-important Czech spa with a 600-year-long tradition. It has 12 springs used for balneological purposes. The best-known among them is called Vřídlo (Geyser) with a temperature of 72.2°Celsius. This fashionable health resort is also attractive due to its historic architecture, beautiful colonnades and sanatoria. Most of its houses were built in the Empire style in the 19th century. The spa has hosted many famous visitors throughout the centuries, including Tsar Peter I, writers Kafka, Schiller and Goethe, as well as composers Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Dvořák and others. The town saw the first European performance of Antonín Dvořák's Symphony from the New World in 1894. Famous visitors are commemorated by numerous statues and plaques. Traffic is excluded from the spa quarter. The town's theatre, galleries and casinos offer a busy cultural and social life, including music and film festivals. There is an 18-hole golf course, tennis courts and 120 km of hiking trails. Karlovy Vary is also well-known for its glass and china production. Moreover, for almost two centuries, the town has enjoyed fame as the producer of the Karlovarská Becherovka liqueur, the popular Mattoni mineral water and the original Karlovy Vary wafers.

Mariánské Lázně

Mariánské Lázně is a world-known spa town, the second biggest in the Czech Republic. The town has 40 mineral springs; the best-known of which is called Rudolf's Spring. The town is situated in a wooded valley at an average altitude of 630m and it overflows with natural healing sources.

Some 40 mineral water springs rise within a relatively small area and more than 100 of them in the vicinity of the town. The first was discovered in the 16th century. The local climate is fresh situated in the foothills of mountains with a number of parks and forests. A genuine treasure and the dominant feature of the town’s chiefly neoclassical buildings is the magnificent Spa colonnade dating from 1889. A visit to ”the Singing Fountain”, where interesting music programs coupled with light shows are staged, is likely to provide an unique experience. Near the town one of the most beautiful 18-hole golf courses in Central Europe can be found. The course was founded by Edward VII, the King of England.

Františkovy Lázně

Františkovy Lázně was founded in 1793, is located in the western-most corner of the Czech Republic. The small, intimate spa town, which has preserved its turn-of-the-century atmosphere, is one of the most picturesque Czech spas, also thanks to the Neoclassical architecture of its spa buildings and pavilions. The spa enjoys a mild climate characteristic of foothills, extraordinarily pure air and an environment unaffected by the hustle and bustle of urban life. A wealth of well-maintained parks entice visitors to the sound of promenade music. All these enhance the curative effect of the famous local acidulous water, providing additional pleasure to the spa’s guests and numerous visitors.


Poděbrady is a picturesque spa town in Central Bohemia, only about 50 kilometres east of Prague. It has many parks and a beautiful Renaissance château. For more information on the town, please see the chapter "Excursions from Prague". The town's spa tradition began in the 17th century and it was considerably developed after 1905. Poděbrady offers numerous cultural events as well as sports facilities for tennis, golf, horseback riding, swimming and cycling. It is a popular resort for people suffering from all kinds of ailments as well as for those who prefer preventive care and wish to improve their fitness through relaxation.


Unique has prepared a very original program for you, which introduces its participants to all sights in the Czech Republic that are on UNESCO’s World Cultural and Natural Heritage list. In the Czech Rebublic there are 12 UNESCO sights. This is makes for a splendid collection of architectural treasures and amazing natural wonders. Based on your requirements we can exclusively arrange a visit to all of these places, or only a selection of them.

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The most important item on the UNESCO list in the Czech Republic is Prague. Prague is an important urban monument reservation. The historic core, 866 hectares in size, encompasses the unique city ensemble of the Prague Castle and Hradčany with the Cathedral of St. Vitus, Malá Strana (Lesser Side) including Karlův most (Charles Bridge), Staré Město (Old Town) with Josefov (the preserved section of the former Jewish Town), Nové Město (New Town), Vyšehrad and each of the monuments within these areas. Each part of the historical downtown was developed from the 10th century onwards. Many churches and palaces were also constructed which together form a magnificent architectural, artistic and spiritual ensemble.

It was inscribed in the UNESCO List in 1992.

Kutná Hora

Kutna Hora is a picturesque town in Central Bohemia. Since the end of the 13th century the history of Kutná Hora has been inseparably linked to the mining of silver ore. The historical centre is an architectural jewel of European importance, and the late gothic Church of St. Barbora and the Cathedral of Our Lady in Sedlec, rebuilt in the baroque gothic style, create a gateway to the royal mining city. For its overall beauty the city is called the "Treasury" or the "Jewel of the earth." Since 1995, it belongs to the UNESCO World Heritage list.

Český Krumlov

Český Krumlov is a lively, cosmopolitan town with a unique atmosphere surrounded by unspoiled countryside. Dominated by a Castle stretching over the meandering Vltava River, Český Krumlov's narrow cobblestone streets wind along romantic nooks between patrician houses where you'll find attractive exhibits of world-renowned artists, music festivals, concerts, and theatre performances. It was a seat of the powerful Rožmberk and Schwarzenberg families, who greatly influenced Czech history, and now houses rich historical collections. In the castle gardens you cannot miss the unique castle theatre with it rotating auditorium and the château garden. Český Krumlov has been rightly protected by UNESCO since 1992.


Kroměříž is beautiful city with a rich history, which is located about 32 km southeast of Olomouc in the Zlín region. Kroměříž was established as a market town at the crossroads of trading routes. At the time of the church colonisation in the first half of the 12th century it became the property of the Bishops of Olomouc. The village was elevated to town status in the second half of the 13th century, but the religious wars of the 14th century inflicted terrible wounds on it. The year 1848 was a milestone in the town’s history, when the Constituent Assembly of the Austrian Monarchy was transferred here, and a period of progress began, which elevated the town to the highest levels of spiritual culture and art. It is not only interesting for its history and architecture, but also for the surrounding nature, which offers visitors a large number of options for spending their free-time. Each year the city plays host to a numerous music festivals, exhibitions, conferences and congresses, and the gardens and château were inscribed in the UNESCO World Cultural and Heritage List in 1998. The castle was built on earlier foundations in the 17th century and represents a uniquely preserved Central European baroque princely residence. Its neighbouring gardens include the Podzamecká garden under the castle in a natural English-style landscape and the early=baroque Flower Gardens.


Telč is a picturesque historic town in the Highlands, at the south-west of Moravia, half-way between Prague and Vienna.The city has many beautiful cultural and historical monuments, which create an urban conservation area. The city was built on the original foundations following a devastating fire at the end of the 14th century. A number of the renaissance and baroque townhouses remain to this day strengthened by a protective system of ponds. The gothic castle was rebuilt in the renaissance style at the end of the 16th century. Along with Telč Castle, the center of the city was added to UNESCO’s list in 1992.


Litomyšl was established around the trade route that connected Bohemia and Moravia at the end of the 10th and beginning of the 11th centuries. The dominant feature of the city is the Italianate Renaissance castle with its more than 8,000 examples of sgrafitto, which has been on the UNESCO World Cultural and Heritage List since 1999. Litomyšl is the birthplace of the world famous composer Bedřich Smetana, whose name is commemorated by an annual opera festival. On the 500-metre-long square a Gothic town hall and a number of Renaissance and Baroque houses can be found. A walk through the historical streets ending in the monastery gardens is an unforgettable experience.


Holašovice is a village located in South Bohemia in České Budějovice district. The village is part of a larger community called Jankov. A unique set of buildings built in the style of “Folk Baroque” adorn Holašovice. Stemming from the 1870’s, they form a unique whole, which has been a village conservation area since 1995 and was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998.


Třebíč made it onto the UNESCO list in 2003 due to its Jewish Quarter and the Basilica of St. Procopius. The paradox is that these monuments have been preserved thanks to the decision of the previous regime to demolish the Jewish ghetto, making remained preserved and no unskilled construction impacts. These were the latest Czech monuments to be registered on UNESCO’s World Heritage List so far.


Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic. It is situated in South Moravia on the highway between Prague and Vienna. The Villa Tugendhat, a functionalist architectural masterpiece by Mies van der Rohe designed in 1928, is located in Brno-North and has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2001.


Olomouc lies at the heart of the Haná region, and is and always has been one of the most important cities in Moravia, where history has gone hand-in-hand with its people, science and progress. Plague columns were common in Central Europe of the 18th century, but Olomouc’s famous Plague Column differs from all similar monuments in its creative concept, wealth of decoration and finally its dimensions and height . The consecration of the 35 metre-high column on 9th September 1754 was attended in person by the then first couple of the Monarchy, Empress Maria Teresa and her husband Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor, Duke of Lorraine. The Holy Trinity Column was inscribed in the UNESCO list in 2000.

Lednice – Valtice Area

The Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape is spread over the site of a mighty 12th century border castle. Today it is the home of a romantic château, a picturesque village and in particular a jewel of landscape architecture of unprecedented proportions. The noteworthy milestone at the beginning of the long period of development of this whole area is the end of the 14th century, when the Liechtenstein family obtained a share of the land. The current area, measuring almost 300 km2, is the result of landscaping based on English parks, and thanks to this baroque architecture meets the neo-gothic château and small follies in the romantic style. The Ledice-Valtice Cultural Landscape, as one of the treasures of UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage, was inscribed in its list in 1996.

Žďár nad Sázavou

Žďár nad Sázavou was originally a market town, established on an ancient regional route, and at its inception it was closely linked with the establishment of a Cistercian monastery in 1252. The town was elevated to city status at the beginning of the 17th century. Today the city plays host to several cultural and social events, and for tourists it offers a whole range of active recreation options thanks to its advantageous position. The Pilgrimage Church of St. John of Nepomuk at Zelená Hora was inscribed in the UNESCO List in 1994. The building, which dates from the beginning of the 18th century, is one of the finest projects by the architect Jan Blažej Santini-Aichl (1677-1723), and is also an example of ‘baroque gothic’. The church, which is not large in size, defies all description, and this is sufficient reason to make a visit to see it with your own eyes.

Wedding Arrangements

A wedding is a magical event that brings the love and passion of two people together, and combines two separate lives into one beautiful union. We consider weddings to be one of the most important roles we play in event organizing because this is a day which you will carry in your memories forever. We organize, and coordinate, your special day with the utmost of respect and passion towards making your wedding specific to how you’ve always dreamed it would be.

You should remember your wedding as a celebration of love, not as an endless to do list filled with frustrations, nervous tension, and tears. Our brides are pampered from the very first consultation and our main aspiration is to allow you to reflect on your feelings for one another, while we coordinate the details.

We will work closely with you, and are at your side every step of the way, providing expert advice on wedding etiquette and tradition, overall event design and venue selection, as well as every facet in between. We orchestrate an ideal team of vendors and service providers, who work together with a common goal and vision.

The Czech Republic is one of the most beautiful wedding destinations in the world, and offers an endless number of romantic castles, ancient Baroque Palaces, and secluded châteaux. Sometimes fairy tales do come true. Allow us to help you make it happen.

Unique is prepared to arrange for your really unforgettable event. Do not hesitate to contact us with any requirements.

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