This combination eight hour tour by private car and on foot will give you a general impression of the "Golden City".     

Visit the Strahov Monastery Premonstratensian Order founded in 1140 and the Loretto, a very well known pilgrimage which dates from 1626 including a Baroque compound of structures with the Church of the Nativity. As well, view the Diamond Monstrance decorated with 6,222 diamonds and the famous carillon which dates from the late 17th century. 
    Enjoy Prague Castle, a national cultural monument and the symbol of more than millennial development of the Czech lands. This includes the beautiful St. Vitus Cathedral founded in 1344, vaulted by the first net vaulting in Europe, and the Old Royal Palace, a seat of Bohemian princes and kings from 9th up to the 16th century including Vladislav Hall, the largest hall of the medieval Prague. Stroll through the wonderful surrounding Baroque gardens. 
    Tour through the Lesser Town with many preserved Renaissance and Baroque palaces as well as stroll across the world famous Gothic Charles Bridge, founded in 1357 and decorated with thirty Baroque statues.







Walking tour through the Prague Castle area, which includes world-reknown sights such as the beautiful St. Vitus Cathedral founded in 1344, the famous Golden Lane where Franz Kafka lived and St. George Basilica built in Romanesque architectural style. From highatop the Castle area one gets a bird's eye view of many areas of the city. Stroll down to the Lesser Town through the wonderful surrounding Baroque gardens and then across the world famous Gothic Charles Bridge to the Old Town, the oldest part of Prague settled in the 10th century. See the Old Town Square, the most interesting historical square in Prague with its unique Gothic Astronomical Clock. 

    During this tour, in accordance with your wish, there are also possibilities to visit some interiors, use the public transport and combine this tour with a one and a half hour sightseeing tour by a private car. 
    Arrangement upon request.



Enjoy a guided tour through the Old Town, the oldest part of Prague settled in the 10th century. See the Old Town square, the most interesting historical square in Prague with the unique Gothic Astronomical Clock situated in the centre of the Town Hall dating from 1410. Each hour the Clock puts on its famous show. 
    Walk through the New Town, founded in the 14th century by Charles IV, the King of Bohemia and Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. This area represents a unique work of urban architectural style both to Prague and the entirety of Europe. 
    Visit the unique Jewish Quarter and Museum which includes one of the most extensive collections of Judaic art in the world; unique in terms of the number of exhibits coming from a single territory of Bohemia and Moravia. See the Old New Synagogue built in the late 13th century, the oldest preserved synagogue in Central Europe. The Old Jewish Cemetery established in the 15th century is also available for viewing. Many artistically precious and preserved tombstones are located in this cemetery, especially the best-known Renaissance tomb of Rabbi Low, the alleged creator of Golem. 
    This tour gives you an opportunity to get an overview of many different areas of historic City of Prague.



Ancient legends mention Vysehrad as the original seat of the Czech princes. See the most ancient buildings in Vysehrad: The St. Martin rotunda from the 11th century, and the wonderful Gothic St. Peter and Paul Church. The underground casemates house the originals of several Baroque statues from the Charles Bridge. Stroll through park and cemetery with the tombs of famous representatives of Czech cultural history.






Visit the beautiful Troja Castle, built in the Baroque architectural style of the 17th century.

  See the core of the complex, the main three-wing building with a great hall and gushing fresco covering every inch of the walls and ceiling of the interior, depicting the victories of the Habsburg Emperor Leopold I over the Turks. 






Beer Halls:

U Fleku, U Vejvodu, U dvou sluncu, Novomestsky pivovar, etc.

    Czech beer has been made for centuries in 200 breweries throughout the country. Czech beer is said to be the best beer in the world in the opinion of many experts. Enjoy some of the famous beer halls in Prague and take a taste of Czech beer. 
    Beer Hall U Fleku: The malt-house and brewery were founded in 1499. Enjoy the most famous of Prague's beer halls with a brewery, garden and cabaret program. Taste a local famous strong dark beer. 
    The Strahov Monastic Brewery, founded in 1140 by King Vladislav II, is 


located close to the Prague Castle. Its history dates back to the 13th century. In 1907 the brewery was closed and the buildings were used as farm houses. The brewery was renewed only a few years ago during an extensive and difficult reconstruction. The current Strahov Monastic Brewery has about 400 seats spread in three special rooms: The brewery, St. Norbert Restaurant and Brewery Courtyard. 

    Beer Hall U dvou sluncu: A lovely typical Czech Beer Hall in the Lesser Town. 
    Beer Hall U Vejvodu: This Old Town beer hall is situated into two houses built in the beginning of 15th century. Many owners have occupied and renovated these houses during the centuries. The beer hall is named after J. V. Vejvoda, the most prominent owner who lived here in 18th century. Enjoy the famous Pilsner Urquell beer. 
    Novomestsky pivovar: The beer hall is located underground. Enjoy this very interesting beer hall situated close to the Wenceslas Square. Taste a local famous light beer. 

All of these beer halls offer a wide range of Czech cuisine.
This tour is suitable for beer lovers only.

Visit the Bohemian Folklore Show with traditional instruments, including dulcimer and Czech bagpipes. See folk dances, gypsy dance, polka and czardas. Hear folk songs while you enjoy a delicious dinner of Bohemian, Moravian and Slovak specialties with unlimited Mikulov wine and Pilsner beer.

    Private transportation is provided door-to-door.




Black Light Theatre - Laterna Magica

    Experience a very special theatre world renown since 1958 when Czechs introduced it during EXPO '58 held in Brussels, Belgium. 
    The Black Light Theatre performance is based on a combination of pantomime, tricks, light show and music. Black-clad actors move objects against a dark stage without being seen.


River Cruise - Prague by Night

    This will be a beautiful evening river cruise through illuminated Prague on a comfortable air-conditioned boat. During the dinner cruise enjoy classic Czech music and a gorgeous view of the most important sights of the "Golden City". The cruise passes the Prague Castle, Lesser Town, Old Town, Charles Bridge, National Theatre and legendary Vysehrad.


Marionette Theatre or Classical Music Concert

    Enjoy a wonderful performance at the Marionette Theatre and a memorable classical music concert in a historic palace or one of Prague's famous churches. 
    Subject to availability. 



Offer for handicapped tourists. This tour requires a deep knowledge of accessible places in the historical center full of stairs, slopes and medieval surfaces. I'm very experienced with Prague obstacles.




Enjoy this new adventure and discover old Prague on the Segway.