Lorraine from Australia wrote about us: Mr Frankisek Smutney was extremely helpful in arranging our transfers and sight seeing. We had been in touch by email for several months before our holiday organising the itinerary. The guides he had arranged to show us around spoke English and were engaging in their enthusiasm for their town. The drivers also were excellent. We could not speak more highly of this service. It certainly added to our holiday enjoyment having our transfers so well organised. ...>>
The origin of Slany is ascribed to the discovery of a salt spring ("slany" means salty). The old chronicles state that already in the year 750 a settlement existed in the area under the Slany Hill. Since end of the 14th century it was in important royal town with a lot of privileges.
Due to its location near Prague (and only 19 km from Prague's Ruzyne International Airport), Slany is an ideal location for the tourists who want to visit Prague and the sights of the Central Bohemia.