PRAGUE CITY TOURS
- GRAND CITY TOUR
The Grand City tour will show you the entirety of the beautiful, historical city of Prague. The tour begins at the Strahov Monastery, giving us a beautiful view of the city. We make our way to the grand Prague castle and I leave the choice up to you whether or not to tour throughout the castle or just take a look around. From the castle, I will take you all throughout Prague, where we can discover and dive deep into the unique architecture and the historical stories that surround the magical, fairytale city. This grand tour will last up to eight hours, and it can be split into two days if that is preferred. While I have must-see attractions in mind, I also welcome ideas from tourists who have done their research and would like to spend more time in any particular area or at any particular attraction. My tours remain extremely personalized and usually lasts seven to eight hours.
- WALKING TOUR 1 - PRAGUE CASTLE, LESSER TOWN, OLD TOWN
Enjoy a tour of the grounds of the famous and beautiful Prague Castle. We explore the area and see some of the most breathtaking sights of Prague at a bird’s eye view of the city. After the castle, we will take a stroll through Lesser Town, taking in the incredible baroque architecture, while learning about the incredible history of this magical area of the city. We will then make our way across the Charles Bridge into historic Old Town, one of the most interesting areas of Prague. Depending on your preference, there is an option to add the viewing of some interiors along the way. This tour typically lasts around four hours and will be extended if you choose to see the interiors of the castle.
- WALKING TOUR 2 - OLD TOWN, NEW TOWN, JEWISH QUARTER
Old Town Square is a must-see while visitng the fairytale city of Prague. Settled in the th century, Old Town is the oldest district of the city. We will visit the famous square, watch as the Gothic Astronomical Clock puts on a show for us, and then continue our exploration into New Town. After New Town, I will take you through the rough but interesting history of the Jewish Quarter. There are many artistically precious and preserved tombstones located in the Jewish cemetery, espeically the best-known Renaissance tomb of Rabbi Low, the alleged creator of Golem. Throughout this tour, you will have the opportunity to get an overview of the uniqueness of different corners of the city. This tour typically lasts around four hours.
- WALKING TOUR 3 - VYSEHRAD
Ancient legendsmention 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 the beautiful park and cemetery with the tombs of famous representatives of the Czech Republic's cultural history such as famous Czech composers Antonín Dvořák and Bedřich Smetana, and Czech writer Karel Čapek. Čapek coined the English word robot in 1921 in his science fiction play Rossom's Universal Roots. The play quickly became famous and was influential early in the history of its publication. By 1923, it had been translated into thirty languages. Let me take you around Vysehrad. This tour normally lasts between three and four hours.
- WALKING TOUR 4 - TROJA CASTLE AND BEAUTIFUL BOTANICAL GARDEN
Visit the beautiful Troja Castle, built in the Baroquearchitectural style of the 17th century. See the core of the complex, the main three-wing building with the Great Hall, and the absolutely dizzying artwork that covers every inch of the walls and ceiling of the interior, as it tells a beautiful story of Czech history. Afterwards we will walk into the colorful, magnificent botanical garden. This tour normally lasts around four hours.
- WALKING TOUR 5 - BEER HALL TOUR
Journey with me through the famous Czech beer halls. Czech beer is said to be some of the best in the world, but I encourage you try it for yourself, don't take my word for it! Together we can journey the old beer halls, where beer has been made for centuries. Each brewery has a unique history, and I would be happy to talk to each client through the different options. This tour is perfect for any beer lover who also enjoys history. The beer hall tour normally lasts around four hours.
- EVENING FOLKLORE SHOW
Visit the Bohemian Folklore Show with traditional instruments, including dulcimer and Czech bagpipes. See folk dances, gypsy dances, 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. The price for the show is 1,450 CZK per person and includes the show, dinner, and unlimited Mikulov wine, beer, and transportation door-to-door. The reservation for this show must be made in advance.
- TICKETED RESERVATION
Black Light Theatre
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, a light show, and delightful music. Black-clad actors move objects against a dark stage without being seen.
River Cruise - Prague by Night
Relax on 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, the 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.
- WHEEL CHAIR TOUR - A SPECIAL OFFER FOR HANDICAPPED PEOPLE
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.