PRAGUE'S OLD TOWN

Get the best of Prague with a one-day sightseeing tour

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ONE OF THE MOST LOVED PRAGUE CITY TOURS

How long does it take?

This Prague walking tour takes about 3 hours. If you want, we can make it thirty minutes longer/shorter.

Where and when do we meet?

At your hotel. We’ll arrange the details by e-mail or on the phone.

What kind of transportation do we use?

All the stops on the Prague walking tour are well within walking distance. So, we will go on foot. In case you want to go somewhere further off, we can use public transport.

What is in the package?

All services of our guide.
Additional fees (entrance fees, lunch, public transport) are not included in the price, since they can vary depending on your preferences.
Our tours are free of charge for children under 6 years.

Prices
Number of people 1-2 3-5 6 & more
Price 120 EUR 130 EUR 25 EUR/person
Prague Dancing House
Prague astronomical clock
Prague Vltava river bridge
Prague statue
Prague building architecture
Prague Old Town bridge tower

The narrow streets in the heart of Prague will take us to the city’s architectural gems, which have formed the city’s unique atmosphere for centuries. The Old Town and New Town have always been the cradle of culture, economy, politics and social life in our country. Monuments built to demonstrate power, such as the Powder Tower or the Estates Theatre take us back to the time of emperors. Others, like Kafka’s House or the glorious National Theatre tell the story of the Czech nation and our political struggles.
Many houses in Prague were built during the communist rule, which changed the face of the country significantly. The highly unconventional Dancing House, standing tall next to the mighty Vltava River, was erected in the 1990s. We will show you the many architectural contrasts between the old and modern-day Prague.

The popular Astronomical Clock in the Old Town Square is a must-see on your visit to Prague. Every hour, thousands of heads look up at the top of the tower to see this unique ornate clock at work. You also should not miss the Klementinum Complex with its beautiful library and the centre of the New Town with the famous Wenceslas Square and the National Museum. This tour is the perfect choice for those who want to make the most of Prague in only one day. If you’re hoping for dry facts and figures, you’d better stay home. We want to show you the real Prague, our traditions, culture, fascinating history and especially the people who make this city so great.

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