Join this 6-hour city tour of Prague including a river cruise and a traditional Czech meal for lunch and see what the city has to offer before exploring Prague on your own. Your knowledgeable and friendly guide will take you to the major sights and will make sure you don’t miss any of the main attractions in the city.
Beginning in the UNESCO protected Old Town Square, you’ll explore the Old Town with its cobbled lanes, beautiful architecture and fascinating history. Explore the historic synagogues and the famous Jewish Cemetery, the largest of its kind in Europe. Then you can try traditional Czech food and drink (included in the price of your tour) at a restaurant.
Visit the nearby Clementinum, a former Jesuit college and the largest complex of buildings after Prague Castle full of baroque churches and libraries. You’ll join „Prague Venice“ tours for a cruise with complimentary drinks and snacks and commentary, where you can relax and enjoy the views of the city from the river.
After your cruise, your guide will take you to Charles Bridge and explain its fascinating story, before taking you to the Mala Strana (Lesser Town) with its beautiful terracotta roofs and Baroque architecture, and Kampa Island, one of Prague’s hidden gems, where you can visit the famous Lennon Wall.
From the Mala Strana, take one of Prague’s trams to the top of the hill where Prague Castle keeps watch on the city.
You’ll see the palaces and churches that make up this vast, historic complex, including the amazing St Vitus Cathedral. You’ll finish your tour at the castle, at the oldest vineyard in the city, where you’ll find stunning views across Prague.
Starting point of the tour is at Prague Trips & Tickets, Tynska 7, Praha 1
A brief introduction into the Czech history.
One of the most important Gothic buildings in Prague - exterior view. Presumably, Charles IV. - the biggest Czech ruler - was born here.
One of the most famous Czech monuments and brief history of Jan Hus - Czech Martin Luther - who was reforming the Catholic Church which led to his execution in the end.
Hear the history of the famous Astronomical Clock - a medieval miracle, and a fascinating game of three-time measurement systems being shown at once. Moreover showing the position of stars, Moon and Sun.
Admire the exterior of the historical building of the 1st university in Central Europe.
See the beautiful theater and hear something about its history - Mozart´s Don Giovanni was premiered here.
The only pure cubistic building in Prague. The flagship of cubism - architectural style found only in the Czech lands.
Founded in the Gothic style, burnt out and rebuilt in the baroque style. Amazing interiors and a hand hung up from the ceiling on the right side of the main entrance reflecting the famous Prague legend.
Enjoy exterior view of the neo-gothic synagogue. Learn the most important facts from fascinating Jewish history in the Czech lands.
The Pinkas Synagogue is the second oldest preserved synagogue in Prague which was turned into a memorial to the nearly 80,000 Jewish victims of the Shoah from the Czech lands.
The history and exterior view of the most recent synagogue in the Prague Jewish Town with its impressive Moorish interior design, influenced by the famous Alhambra.
The monument built in a memory of the worldwide famous writer Franz Kafka. Do you want to suffer from a depression? Read his books.
You will pass through the 2nd largest Prague complex with the National Library and the Astronomical Tower where weather measurements were taken on from 1770´s.
You will take a 45 min. river cruise around the Charles Bridge. You will see the romantic Devil´s channel and enjoy the view of the Prague Castle from the river.
When crossing the Charles Bridge, you can admire the statue of Charles IV., the Bridge Towers and baroque statues. You will have time to make a wish at St. John of Nepomuk statue - one of the country´s patron.
You will walk through fascinating streets of Kampa Island, Mala Strana and its aristocratic palaces.
Take a photo at the famous Lennon Wall - symbol of liberty and freedom.
Enjoy the view of barouque buildings and churches while waiting for a tram up to the Prague Castle.
It is the biggest Castle complex in the world and one of the most important sites in Bohemia. It has taken 1000 years to build.
The Castle was a seat for kings of Bohemia, Holy Roman Emperors and presidents of Czechoslovakia.
The Bohemian Crown Jewels are kept within a hidden room inside the St. Vitus Cathedral. Learn the history of the Prague Castle. Pass by the Chapel of Holy Cross in the 2nd Courtyard. Visit the romanesque Golden Lane.
Famous Prague tower where the gun powder was stored.
You will see the monumental St. Vitus Cathedral which is also the burial place of Charles IV.
Supposedly the oldest vineyard in Prague. Fantastic panoramatic views.
Traditional Czech lunch in a typical Czech restaurant
River cruise with refreshments and on-board commentary
Hotel pickup and drop-off on request (city center)
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