Walking Tours

The Malá Strana Walk

The Malá Strana Walk

It may be translated as the 'Lesser Town' in English, but don't be fooled – Malá Strana is one Prague's foremost attractions. Formally established as…
Prague Castle Walk

Prague Castle Walk

For all the UNESCO World Heritage sites peppering Prague, the city’s one defining image is the Castle. Sitting on its lofty perch high above Malá…
Walk Around Petřín

Walk Around Petřín

As a vantage point looking out over Prague, Petřín is hard to beat, especially if you climb to the top of its 60 metre-high Lookout…
Along the Vltava to Vyšehrad

Along the Vltava to Vyšehrad

This walk begins outside the beautiful National Theatre, which was christened in 1881 to honour the visiting Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria. Not long after…
Vyšehrad Walk

Vyšehrad Walk

Standing tall and daunting on a steep rock overhanging Prague’s right bank, Vyšehrad’s Basilica of St Peter and St Paul is an imposing sight; one…
The Royal Route Walk

The Royal Route Walk

Between the 15th and 19th centuries, Czech monarchs on their way to coronation would process along what is known at the Royal Route. Over the…
Ghosts and Legends in Prague

Ghosts and Legends in Prague

Again we can claim a world record – the greatest number of ghosts per square kilometre. Every respectable palace or medieval castle in Europe has…
Charles Bridge to Old Town Square Walk

Charles Bridge to Old Town Square Walk

Where many European cities were damaged, sometimes razed to the ground through disaster and conflict – not least by World War Two – Prague has…
Old Town Square to Municipal House Walk

Old Town Square to Municipal House Walk

Whereas the modern heart of Prague beats in Wenceslas Square, the city’s past is kept very much alive in the Old Town Square. Although it…
Jewish Quarter Walk

Jewish Quarter Walk

Tour starts at the Rudolfinum and ends at the Old Town square. From as early as the 10th century, Jews began to settle in Prague…
Introductory Walk of Prague

Introductory Walk of Prague

Because of its relatively small scale, many of Prague’s most important historical sites can be explored within a single walking tour. That’s exactly what this…
Vyšehrad Tour

Vyšehrad Tour

Vyšehrad offers visitors to Prague a pleasant, relaxed walk lasting about two to three hours. Even though it is situated close to the city centre,…
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