Discover a city with unrivalled cultural richness
You can enjoy your visit without a guide. However, the details and history of each of Prague's corners truly come to life with tours from a guide who will be able to show you the beauty of this city properly.
From this web page you can access acredited guides who will not only show you this city and its charms but who will help you with the language (czech is not that easy) and introduce you to its people, stalls, markets and restaurants.
This is the perfect tour of Prague for those with limited time. Prague is a magic city of bridges, cathedrals, gold-plated towers and domes of churches, as well as a modern European metropolis. Its streets are a living architectural museum of Gothic, Renaissance, Romanesque and Baroque buildings. Spend 2-hours aboard a coach to acquire an overall view of the historic sites.
A unique opportunity to get acquainted with the places in Prague where the genius composer, Mozart, lived and loved. Mozart finished Don Giovanni whilst living in the great city of Prague and this 3 hour tour will guide you through his time spent there.
Prague City Bike Tour takes you on a spectacular route that allows riders to experience the diversity and beauty of Prague. Beginner and expert riders alike will enjoy this 2 hour cycling tour through Prague.
Immerse yourself with the rich, opulent beauty of Prague on this 3.5 hour, morning or afternoon tour. See the State Opera, the National Museum and Wenceslas Square. Wander around Prague Castle courtyards and cross the River Vltava to wonder at the Old Town Square, with its baroque buildings and cobblestone streets.
The spellbinding city of Prague is best explored on foot. This walking tour offers the opportunity of an in-depth look at Prague Castle. See where the old Bohemian nobility lived. The site encompasses the stark Gothic and Baroque St. Vitus Cathedral. Also take a walk through the Lesser Town to Charles Bridge.
A fascinating walking tour through Jewish history. The Jewish presence in Prague dates back to the city's founding over 1,000 years ago and Prague is still filled with many Jewish historical sites that testify to its rich past as one of the major European centers of Jewish life.
Join the Walking Tour of Prague's Royal Route to follow in the footsteps of Czech kings as they paraded on their way to being crowned at St Vitus Cathedral. Along the way you will see sights such as Wenceslas Square, Municipal House, Old Town Square, Charles Bridge and Lesser Town.
Riding aboard a Segway is the closest you will feel to floating on air! This ingenious transportation device will allow you to see the best of Prague, including Prague castle, Small Town Square, Charles Bridge, Old Town Square and much more.
Indulge in a truly cultural experience for a 4-hour evening in Prague. The Folklore Party includes dining and tasting the many specialties of Czech cuisine with a 3-course meal, whilst being entertained by an enjoyable program featuring folk-music, singing and dancing.
View the fairy-tale silhouette of Prague „city of a thousand spires“ from the comfort of an air-conditioned boat. Cruise along the River Vltava while taking in the beauty of Prague Castle, the Vysehrad Fortress and many other opulent monuments. The 2-hour cruise offers a buffet lunch, accompanied by music.
Enjoy Prague on this 1-hour afternoon cruise along the River Vltava. Take in the beauty of many exquisite historic monuments including the Rudolfinum, Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, the National Theatre and more. Enjoy coffee or tea and a cake whilst meandering along the River Vltava.
Spend an enchanting evening in Prague! During summer, see the Krizik Music Fountain, which was built in 1891, is a well admired monument in the heart of Prague. To the visitor it offers an unrepeatable artistic experience from beautiful music accompanied by an aquatic dance with color light effects. Children and adults alike love this breathtaking attraction!
Repulic Square, Powder Tower, Prague Townhall, Celetná Street, Old Town Square, Old City Townhall, Astronomical Clock (Orloj), París Street, Jewish Quarter, Mariánské Square, Klementinum, Charles's Bridge, Lesser Town, Mostecká Street, Karmelitská Street, Prague Church of Our Lady of Victory – Prague Bambino, Infant Jesus of Prague, Lesser Town Square, St. Nicholas Church, Nerudova Street, Prague Castle – three yards and a part of the St. Vitus Cathedral
Last update: 2016-10-17