A walk through the gas-lit narrow streets, a kiss under a tree in blossom in a Baroque garden, a cruise on a historical steamship, nighttime at a castle or chateau, a wedding in a chateau park – all of these are ingredients in the cocktail that is Prague. And it’s up to every visitor which ingredients to add.
City Tours by Premiant
The operator Premiant provides twenty different tours, such as the one to Konopiště and Karlštejn castles and a cruise on the river. These tours offer live guides and leave from close to Na Příkopě 23 at Wenceslas Square. Acquire tickets through your hotel, at a Prague Airport Transfers agency, at Na Příkopě 23, or on a bus.
Panoramic City Tour
Be fascinated by Prague History. Accept our invitation for a two hours tour of Prague. From our luxurious open panoramic bus, you will admire the most famous sights of the Old and the New Town, the Prague Castle and the Jewish Quarter Josefov. The tour ends in the city centre at Old Town Square. (2 hrs, by bus, book online)
Prague by Night Tour
Enjoy the night in Prague by bus and boat. Would you like to be fascinated by Prague’s history and atmosphere much more than up to now? Choose this night tour to spend an enjoyable evening. First of all, we will take you by bus through the Old and the New Town to the boat pier. Then our tour will continue by boat along the Vltava River. During the three-hour cruise, you will admire the most remarkable sights of the Old Town, the Lesser Town and the Prague Castle, passing the Charles Bridge and Vyšehrad. This river cruise also includes musical entertainment and a buffet dinner that will be served on the board. The tour ends at 22:00 at the pier located about 5 minutes from the city centre. (4 hrs, boat + bus, book online)
Prague Walking Tours
Operate over ten different city walking tours and river cruises (like lunch or dinner on the river cruise) – a popular meeting point with guides is at the Astronomical Clock. Prague Walking Tours are a great introduction to the city, and all of them are good value for money. If you are going to attend a tour in a large group, ask for a special discount.
- Free Prague Walking Tour – a great introduction to Prague.
Superior Tour of Prague
The best of the Prague extended tour plus a riverboat and a traditional Czech lunch! For those whose time is limited or prefer an all-in-one experience, this comprehensive 6-hour tour is perfect! Of course, we will not leave out the jewels of Prague; we´ll take the “classical” route through the Old Town, the Jewish Quarter, Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral. After enjoying enchanting views from the Castle area, we´ll explore Nerudova Street – famous for its house signs and the home of poets. We´ll admire the Church of St. Nicolas. An important part of any culture is the cuisine; we relax around the table for lunch – a suitable siesta during which we can answer your questions. From the little squares of the Lesser Town, where you can still sense the noble atmosphere of the city, we´ll proceed to the Charles Bridge and finally board a stylish 19th-century boat with friendly staff. We’ll hear about the legends and curious events which are associated with the construction of the bridge. book online
If you plan to visit or make an excursion to another city or town outside Prague we can arrange a transport for you with or without a guide. Many tourist stay only in Prague and miss out on seeing other beautiful places in the Czech Republic, such as for example Karlstejn Castle, Karlovy Vary Spa or the region of Kutna Hora. See day trips offers.
Excursions / Day Trips
A former military town originally built by Emperor Joseph II as a part of the fortification system protection of the kingdom at the end of the 18th century. During the Second War, the Nazis used Terezín as a concentration camp consisting of a Jewish ghetto and a prison for political opponents. Terezín is situated about 60 kilometres north of Prague.
The royal castle Křivoklát is mentioned for the first time around the year 1100. The preserved construction was built in the late 13th century. It was expanded and fortified at the end of the 14th century. It was rebuilt in the Gothic style at the end of the 15th century. Thanks to all the renovations and alterations, all phases of Gothic style can be found there.
The most important medieval castle built from 1348 – 1355 under Charles IV. It was to serve as a treasury for coronation jewels and state documents. It was altered in the Renaissance style in the 16th century and the Neo-gothic style at the end of the 19th century. In the Holy Cross Chapel, there is a unique collection of 129 gothic desk paintings by MasterTheodoricus from 1360. The castle is situated about 40 kilometres southwest of Prague.
A medieval town situated in the beautiful countryside in southern Bohemia. The town, which is called the pearl of Bohemia, has preserved its medieval environment. The historical centre of the town was listed in the World Culture Heritage of UNESCO in 1992. There are two dominant features in the town – the Castle and the Gothic church consecrated to St. Vitus. The Renaissance castle, a former seat of the powerful Rožmberk and Schwarzenberg families, is the second biggest castle in Bohemia, after the Prague Castle. It houses rich collections of antique
furniture, Flemish tapestries and historical weapons. Český Krumlov is situated about 170 km south of Prague.
During the Middle Ages, Kutná Hora became the second most important town of Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia after Prague, thanks to its prosperous silver mines. There are many unique Gothic monuments – namely the Church of St. Barbara (built between 1388 – 1565) – one of the most beautiful examples of Czech Gothic, Vlašský dvůr (The Italian Court) with the royal mint, where the Prague groschen used to be coined, Kamenný dům (The Stone House), the Church of St. James, etc. In nearby Sedlec, it is also possible to visit the bone—church. Kutná Hora is listed in the World Culture Heritage list of UNESCO. The town is situated 70 kilometres east of Prague.