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Prague Guided Tours

Here is a selection of hand-picked tours and excursions, bookable through tour partner Viator:

Prague in One Day Sightseeing Tour

Discover the magic of Prague on this introductory tour of the Czech capital. Perfect for first-time visitors, this 3.5-hour city tour combines coach travel and easy walking for a well-rounded exploration of Prague's famous sights. As you tour, you'll learn interesting background into the historical monuments you'll see.You'll travel by coach past the State Opera, National Museum and Wenceslas Square with its statue of St. Wenceslas. Then continue across Charles Square to the banks of the River Vltava to Charles Bridge, the Rudolfinum and across the river to Prague Castle.You'll have the opportunity to enjoy a walk around the castle courtyards, where amongst other things you will see St. Vitus Cathedral, the Royal Palace and Golden Lane.The bus will then take you across the River Vltava to the Old Town, passing through the former Jewish Quarter. In the Old Town Square you will see St. Nicholas Church, the Tyn Cathedral and the Old Town Hall with its astronomical clock and 12 apostles. The tour concludes here, not far from the modern city center. Click here to find out more about this deal!

Prague Night Tour and River Vltava Dinner Cruise

Tour the magical city of Prague at night by coach and boat, and dine in comfort while cruising along the River Vltava. It's the perfect way to see Prague at night, and a relaxing way to end a busy day of sightseeing!Your evening begins with a coach ride from the Powder Tower to the River Vltava, where an air-conditioned boat awaits you. After a welcome aperitif, choose from a buffet dinner featuring a wide selection of hot and cold dishes.Accompanied by pleasant music, your three-hour cruise along the River Vltava provides fantastic views of the river. You'll cruise past Prague's important buildings and historic monuments, including St. Agnes Monastery, the Rudolfinum, Charles Bridge, majestic Prague Castle, the National Theatre, Vysehrad and more.After your dinner cruise on the River Vltava, enjoy a short tour of 'Golden Prague' and its night-time illuminations. Click here to find out more about this deal!

Terezin Concentration Camp Day Tour from Prague

Embark on an educational and moving experience at Terezin Concentration Camp on this coach tour from Prague. Your professional guide will escort you around the entire complex of the former concentration camp, complete with narration and authentic personal memories, chilling experiences and episodes from Terezin's grim history.The key mission of the Terezin Memorial - the only institution of its kind in the Czech Republic - is to commemorate the victims of the Nazi political and racial persecution during the occupation of the Czech lands in World War II. The memorial promotes museum, research and educational activities, and looks after the memorial sites connected with the suffering and death of thousands of victims of violence.Only in the relatively recent past has Terezin once again entered the worlds public consciousness as a tragic symbol of the sufferings of innocent people who died here during the Nazi occupation of their homeland. Click here to find out more about this deal!

Cesky Krumlov Day Trip from Prague

If you love castles, you won't want to miss Cesky Krumlov's World Heritage-listed castle! Known as 'the Pearl of the Renaissance', the State Castle of Cesky Krumlov is one of the most important historic sites in Central Europe. You'll travel by coach from Prague through the beatuiful south Bohemian countryside passing picturesque villages and ponds. The whole town of Cesky Krumlov is on the Unesco heritage list, comprising 300 historic houses, the castle and chateau.The town's fairytale red-roofed castle is surrounded by landscaped gardens, and features grand courtyards, halls and furnishings. The castle's development over the 14th to 19th centuries has been well preserved, both in layout and architectural detail. The mighty castle complex stands on a rock promontory sculpted by the Vltava River, dominating the attractive medieval town below.Together with the magnificent Church of St. Vitus, the castle is a unique feature of the entire region. The town of Cesky Krumlov is situated in a valley surrounded by the Blansko Forest to the north and the undulating foothills of Sumava to the south and west. Click here to find out more about this deal!

Prague Castle Walking Tour

Discover Europe's largest medieval castle on a guided 3.5-hour walking tour of Prague Castle. With your expert guide leading the way, you'll see the highlights of this massive complex, and hear the folklore and scandal behind its history as you stroll.This informative tour takes you inside the castle walls to visit the Royal Palace, St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George's Basilica and Golden Lane. All the important historical details are highlighted, from the castle's origins in 850 A.D. to its continuing role today as the seat of government.For more than 600 years, the roofs of the castle have been dominated by the towers of the Gothic St. Vitus Cathedral, seat of the Archbishop of Prague. The coronations of the kings of Bohemia were held here until 1836, and the bodies of saints, kings, princes and emperors of Bohemia lie buried in the royal crypt.The cathedral's St. Wenceslas Chapel was built directly above the tomb of St. Wenceslas, and many relics decorated with gold, silver and precious stones were donated to the cathedral by Emperor Charles IV.After your visit to Prague Castle, the tour continues on foot through the Lesser Town to Charles Bridge, where the tour concludes. Click here to find out more about this deal!

Kutna Hora Day Trip from Prague

Visit Kutna Hora, an old mining town founded in the 13th century and famous for its silver mines, on this guided coach trip from Prague.During the Middle Ages, profits from the Kutna Hora silver mines brought fame to the lands of the Czech Crown, and Kutna Hora became the richest and most powerful town.Admire the Gothic St. Barbora's Cathedral with its valuable murals and the former royal mint which once produced so-called Prague groschen and gold ducats. To date Kutna Hora has retained the character of a medieval city and rightly belongs to the most important UNESCO heritage sites in the Czech Republic. Click here to find out more about this deal!

Prague Folklore Party Dinner and Entertainment

Enjoy a night out on the town Czech-style at a Prague folklore party. You'll enjoy a three-course dinner, unlimited beer and wine, and live music and dancing. It's the perfect way to spend an evening in Prague.Your coach will transport you to a typical Czech restaurant, where you will be served a delicious three-course dinner, an aperitif, glass of champagne, coffee and unlimited beer, wine or non-alcoholic beverages.During dinner you will be entertained by a folklore program with live music and dancing. Active participation is welcomed or you can just sit back and enjoy the music.After three hours of evening entertainment and feasting, a guide will take you back to centrally located Republic Square. Click here to find out more about this deal!

Konopiste Chateau and Karlstejn Castle Trip from Prague

Combine two of the most impressive Czech castles on this guided coach tour from Prague. You will begin with a journey to Konopiste Chateau, built in the 13th century and later converted. After lunch, continue to the Karlstejn Castle which was built in the 14th century by Charles IV, the Czech King and Roman Emperor.The original Konopiste castle was built in the Early Gothic on the model of a French castellum near Prague. Renaissance and Baroque reconstruction changed the castle into a grand stately home. At the end of the 19th century it was refurbished in the Romantic style for Franz Ferdinand d'Este, successor to the Habsburg throne, and famous for his death in 1914 which started WWI.The chateau offers a fine display of furniture, drape tapestries, sculptures, paintings and a cornucopia of hunting trophies. You will have a chance to see the representative areas of the chateau interiors documenting historic life as well as valuable works of art.Karlstejn Castle, which you will visit in the afternoon, held the treasure of the Holy Roman Empire including the imperial coronation jewels. The foundation stone of Karlstejn was laid in 1348 and the main building works lasted to 1356, the year of Charles' coronation as emperor. Charles IV devoted care to the rich interior decoration of the castle until the time of his death on 1378. The castle was modified in the Renaissance style and re-built in the purism style between the 19th and 20th century. Click here to find out more about this deal!

Prague by Night

The highlight of this two-hour tour of Prague by night is the performance by Krizik's Fountain. The spectacular combination of water jets, music and colored laser lights is simply amazing!A massive system of waterworks spouts delicate streams of colorfully lit water in a spectacular light show, choreographed to a soundtrack of classical and popular music.Children and adults alike love the fantastic performance of water and light, accompanied by the music of Smetana, Dvorak, Mercury, Vangelis and Lloyd Webber.Please note: from November to March the Krizik's Fountain is closed, so this will be an evening tour of Prague only. Admission to the Krizik's Fountain is included in the tour price. Click here to find out more about this deal!

Jewish Prague Walking Tour

Take in a fascinating walking tour through Prague's Jewish history, as you experience the only Central European Jewish town-quarter to survive the holocaust.With over a thousand years of history, the Prague Jewish Community is filled with many sites that still testify to its rich past as one of the major European centers of Jewish life. You're walking tour will take you through the Old Jewish Cemetery. You'll also visit some of the six surviving synagogues and Kafka's house before walking through Maiselova Street to the Old Tour Square, where your journey to the past ends.Your Jewish Prague Walking Tour includes admission to the Jewish Museum, one of the best of it's kind in Europe and the Old Jewish Cemetery, in which 12,000 tombstones remain. Click here to find out more about this deal!