Dinner on the River Cruise

Enjoy a very nice 3hr river cruise

Boat departs 7pm. Pickup from your hotel from 6.10 to 6.25pm.

Including a buffet dinner, aperitif and live music on board.


Prague River Cruise

Although Prague is a beautiful city no matter what time of day, it’s especially enchanting by night. When the sun goes down, twinkling lights illuminate the city’s ancient buildings, which are best seen from the Vltava River running through the city’s centre. On our Prague river cruise, you’ll travel down the Vltava, passing famous sights like the Charles Bridge, the Lesser Town, the Church of St Nicholas, Prague Castle and the National Theatre – all while enjoying dinner and live music on board. Dinner is a buffet of both hot and cold dishes, and you’ll also get a welcome drink included in the cruise price.

Upon entering the boat you will be welcomed by our hostess who will care for you during the cruise. The hostess does not substitute for a tourist guide; nevertheless, she will provide you with at least basic information on the cruise programme and assist you if you have any inquiries and problems. There will also be professional barkeepers and catering staff looking after you. Dinner cruises are very much in demand and very pleasant, and they could be compared to service at a 3-star hotel, as well as having a similar price. If you are very demanding and want to take such a cruise, for example, to celebrate an important anniversary, birthday etc., please bear in mind that these are not luxury cruises such as you may know, for instance, from Paris. In spite of this, we believe that you will enjoy a cruise on a Prague evening, and that this will be a unique experience during your visit.

Prague Boat Dinner Menu

Do I need to pre-book any of those tours? Yes, please book online or call us toll-free on: 800 870 888 (or +420 222 554 211). You can also email us at: info@prague-airport-transfers.co.uk (at least 3hrs in advance). BOOK ONLINE

Prague by Night

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