Looking for an exciting way to do some sightseeing in Prague? Join our Walking Tour to discover the city's hidden gems and indulge in a traditional Czech lunch.
Led by our experienced and knowledgeable guide, you'll start the tour in the heart of Prague's Old Town, where you'll marvel at the stunning Gothic architecture and learn about the rich history of the city. Then, we'll take you off the beaten path to explore the charming narrow streets and alleys that make Prague so unique.
During the tour, you'll visit some of the most important historical landmarks, including the famous Charles Bridge, the beautiful Prague Castle, and the Astronomical Clock. You'll also have the opportunity to see some of the most romantic places in Prague, such as hidden courtyards, beautiful gardens, and picturesque viewpoints.
But the tour is not just about sightseeing - it's also about experiencing Prague's culture and traditions. That's why we include a traditional Czech lunch in the tour, where you'll get to taste some of the best local dishes and drinks. It's the perfect way to recharge and refuel after a morning of exploring.
Our Prague Walking Tour is designed for all ages and fitness levels, and we keep our groups small to ensure a more personalized experience. Our guide will share fascinating stories and insights about Prague's history, culture, and traditions, giving you a deeper understanding of what makes this city so special.
Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to discover Prague's hidden gems and enjoy a traditional Czech lunch. Book your walking tour today and create unforgettable memories in this magical city!
The Municipal House facade is eyecatching not only due to its monumental architectural composition but also because of the unique profile created by its collection of the sculptural art of the time. Monumental allegorical figures, displayed all over the facade of the building, which were created by some of the greatest artists represent particular historical and classical cultural symbols
This monumental entrance by which the coronation processions of Czech kings entered the Old Town is one of the most significant monuments of Late Gothic Prague. Completed in 1475, the Powder Gate Tower, which formerly served as a gunpowder store, is still the starting point for the Coronation or Royal Route to Prague Castle. The viewing gallery is located at a height of 44 m.
The clock was first installed in 1410, making it the third-oldest astronomical clock in the world and the oldest clock still in operation
Prague’s oldest bridge was built to replace the Judith Bridge that had been badly damaged by floods in 1342. Construction of the new bridge, originally called Stone Bridge or Prague Bridge, began in 1357 under the auspices of Charles IV and was finished in 1402. Since 1870 the bridge has been called Charles Bridge. It is built of sandstone blocks, flanked at each end by fortified towers (Lesser Town Bridge Towers, Old Town Bridge Tower). From 1683 to 1928, 30 statues of saints were carved to decorate the bridge, the most famous of which is the statue of St John of Nepomuk.
The Waldstein Palace is full of many beautiful architectural elements in its both interior and exterior parts. It is one of the most expressive buildings of the early Bohemian Baroque period.
Prague Castle is a castle complex in Prague, Czech Republic, built in the 9th century. It is the official office of the President of the Czech Republic. The castle was a seat of power for kings of Bohemia, Holy Roman emperors, and presidents of Czechoslovakia. The Bohemian Crown Jewels are kept within a hidden room inside it.
The largest and the most important temple in Prague. Apart from religious services, coronations of Czech kings and queens also took place here. The cathedral is a place of burial of several patron saints, sovereigns, noblemen and archbishops.
A relaxing guided tour to unspoiled nature with wonderful views
8 h - 5 km (3 mi)
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From €149 per person