Prague All in One

Pax:

This tour will take you to :

  • St. Vitus Cathedral
  • Prague castle
  • Czernin Palace
  • Strahov Monastery
  • Church of St. Nicolas
  • Astronomical Clock

About this activity

Free pick-up at hotel
Expert live guide
Meeting Point Na Příkopě 23, Praha 1
Duration: 6.5 hours
Available languagesČesky, English, Deutsch, Español, Pусский, Italiano, Français

Select date and traveleres

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07/12/2019
10:00
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Adults
1250.00 CZK1125.00
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Studentsup to 26
1150.00 CZK1035.00
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Children 3-10 years
990.00 CZK891.00
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Departure and return

  • Meeting Point is:
    Na Příkopě 23, Praha 1
    Please arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes in advance. Latecomers will not be reimbursed.
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  • If you chose to be picked up from your hotel, our staff will pick you up at the hotel's reception desk.
  • End of tour: :
    Charles Bridge
    The tour does not include transfer to the hotel.
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Full description

Do you want to see the entire historical heart of Prague in one day and have time to relax on a boat with lunch, where you can take a picture of Prague Castle from another perspective? Walk through the winding streets of the Old Town and the former Jewish ghetto, discover the diversity of the Lesser Town and enjoy the views of the Petřín Park and just be enchanted by the grandeur of our kings' residence.

The guide will tell you about the history of Prague and the Czech Republic. Our walk begins at the boundary of the Old and New Town, from where it continues to Prague's main square - Wenceslas Square. Then head to the Old Town Square with the famous Prague Astronomical Clock and from there through the Jewish Town to the original synagogue with the old Jewish cemetery to the Vltava embankment. Classic River boat will be waiting for you at the pier No. 17, where you will enjoy views of the sights from the Vltava River during an hour-long lunch cruise.

Furthermore, the bus will take you to the Lesser Town to the Church of Our Lady Victorious, famous for the Infant Jesus, and then continue by the Prague funicular, which will take you to the top of the Petřín Park. From here you will walk around the lookout tower and walk through the park to the Strahov Monastery. From Pohořelec you will walk to Hradčanské Square and then through the entire Prague Castle complex. The St. Wenceslas Vineyard will lead you down to the river and you will walk down the embankment to the Charles Bridge, built in the 14th century, where this excursion ends.

Prague All in One
The Ceremonial hall in the Jewish Quarter - Prague

The Ceremonial hall in the Jewish Quarter - Prague

The Astronomical Clock at the Old Town Square in Prague

The Astronomical Clock at the Old Town Square in Prague

The Prague Castle

The Prague Castle

Basic tour information

  • The tour is a combination of a sightseeing bus tour, walking tour, an hour-long cruise on the Vltava River, and a funicular ride to Petřín Hill.
  • Lunch is included as a part of the tour during the hour-long cruise.
  • The tour can be conducted in 6 languages - English, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian or French. It is always guaranteed to be in one language.

Highlights

  • Did you know that Petrin Tower is only two years younger than its inspiration, the Eiffel Tower?
  • Did you know that the funicular to the top of Petrin Hill has operated for more than 100 years?
  • Did you know that the Church of Our Lady Victorious serves mass in 4 languages?

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