Prague sightseeing

Guided tours of Prague
Regular guided tours
See Prague by Foot, Tram & Boat!
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Don’t be fooled by imitations. This is the ultimate Ultimate Tour. Experience the best Prague has to offer on Foot, by Tram & by Boat on this Amazing 6-hour tour. Complete with a Traditional Three Course Meal, Drinks and a Great Guide, our Ultimate Tour combines the very best of all our tours.

Regular guided tours

World War II Tour in Prague

From annexation to liberation
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Worl War II in Prague is a tour entirely in English about Prague's part during the second World War and events which happened in some specific places of the capital.

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Feature tour about communism time in Czech Republic, including an exclusive visit of a real nuclear bunker. Daily tour in the morning and in the afternoon by our partner Ivan Gálik (Prague Special Tours s.r.o.). English language only.

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Visit Prague with a professional English speaking private guide, put at your service for half a day. The program of the tour can be prepared in advance or specified on the spot with your guide, in each case it will be entirely adapted to your expectations.

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Visit the site of the castle, a monument that cannot be overlooked in Prague, in the company of a private English-speaking guide. Admire the vast complex of palaces, churches, courtyards and gardens that constitutes a real town within a town, the result of an age-old history.

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On the right-bank of Prague, the district of Malá Strana (the Lesser Quarter in English), which runs alongside the Vltava and rises up towards the castle that surmounts it, is a true theater of Baroque art at the urban scale. A professional specialized guide will lead you through its streets to discover the numerous treasures ...

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The Old Town is the result of an age-old story, it is strewn with traces of its medieval past, often hidden to the eyes of tourists passing by. In the company of a professional guide, this visit invites you to a breathtaking jump in time back to the origins of the city.

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Enjoy a private tour in the Jewish Quarter of Prague, admire its old cemetery and its historical synagogues to better understand the story of the Jewish people in Bohemia, and learn about the legends linked to this mythical district.

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The precious Strahov monastery collections, the carillon of Our Lady of Loreto, the sumptuous Baroque palaces, the graceful New World, the beautiful panoramas... embark  on a discovery tour amidst the wonders of Hradčany, Prague's Castle district.

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Secession, Art nouveau, Cubism, Functionalism... an architecture-themed walk in the Wenceslas Square neighborhood, following the steps of the avant-garde movements that culminated at the turn of the 19th century, when the face of Prague changed to become a great European metropolis.

More than any other city, Prague is unique for the magnificence and the diversity of its architecture, legacy of a very long history: Romanesque rotundas and cellars, Gothic churches, great Baroque palaces, Art Nouveau façades...
This excursion focused on architecture will take you on a breathtaking journey through time.

Private guided tours
Gothic painting and sculpture gems in Bohemia
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Discover the splendor of Bohemia's medieval art through the medieval art collections of the National Gallery, which belong to the most beautiful in Europe. The 14th century was its golden era as Emperor Charles IV and the whole Luxembourg dynasty were passionate patrons. They attracted a multitude of artists to Prague - painters, sculptors, goldsmiths ...

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The tour, led by your very own English-speaking guide, enables you to spend one whole day discovering Prague's main historic districts: the Old Town, the Jewish Quarter, Malá Strana as well as the Castle Quarter. It offers an excellent overview of the city.

Private guided tours
Half a day of discovery
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Enjoy a discovery tour of Prague entirely in English with a private guide, to quickly learn how to find your way in the city while falling under de spell of its two most colorful districts, the Old Town and the Malá Strana, via the famous Charles Bridge.

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Discover Prague in a Czech old-timer car from the 20’s! This is a perfect trip to do with friends or family!

Prague city tour by minibus

Hop-on Hop-off – ticket for 1,5 hour

Sightseeing Prague’s historical sites from a minibus
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A quick and easy way around Prague! The sightseeing tour in an air-conditioned Hop-on Hop-off mini bus will give you a general idea of what you would like to visit in Prague and the location of those sites.

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Sightseeing around Prague in air-conditioned mini buses is proving to be popular and an excellent option for people who wish to explore the city in comfort while learning something about the historical sites as they pass them. A one-day or two-day ticket for the orange Hop-on Hop-off mini bus is a comfortable and educational alternative ...

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Are you up for a fun ride? Do you want to get a genuine experience of what an everyday look like in Prague? Here is your chance! With a segway you can move around smoothly and quickly and you can make distances you would never make with just your feet.

Discover Prague during a three-hour city tour in an unusual and fun way! You will find the comfort of an e-scooter while riding through Prague effortlessly. Driving an e-scooter is incredibly easy and enjoyable, and it allows you to see more in a short time.

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Discover the most famous production spots in Prague on an e-scooter! Prague has been hosting many movie productions for years since it offers a range of attractive locations for filmmakers.

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You wish to discover Prague on e-scooter, but you want to have a custom-made visit? The E-scooter Private Tour is for you! You can do this visit all alone or with friends and let your guide lead you to the places you wish to see or on an itinerary on the topic you chose.

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A fun and easy way to discover Prague and have the opportunity to go further outside the usual paths is to rent a bike. Let a guide lead you to the most wonderful spots of Prague on a bike. This is a very friendly and simple way to discover the Czech capital! You will succeed ...

Prague by bike

Real Prague – electric bike tour

Sightseeing, gentle exercise and fun
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A sightseeing tour of the capital with an electric bike trip is the perfect combination. You can see much more – without any of the exertion of a standard bike tour – while having lots of fun. What’s more, with Real Prague you’ll discover places that tourists don’t see on an ordinary tour.  So ...

Prague by bike

Team Bike Tour

The bike with 7 seats!
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Visit Prague by bike with your friends all on the same bike, it is possible!! This is an experience that one can’t explain: you have to try it!

Explore the Czech Republic countryside on a day trip to Karlštejn Castle! Built in the 14th century by the King Charles 4, this castle is now a treasure of the gothic architecture.

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Whether you like it high on hops or malt, foamy, creamy, flavoured with cherry, light or dark – simply put: Not all beers are created equal, you will taste the very best from across Bohemia. They are served up to you together with typical savory beer delicacies, beer cheese, salamis and sausages.

The title says it all! This Prague pub tour is a great success every night: You can be sure that you will have a good time on the Pub Crawl.

Prague river cruises
Boat Vodouch from the company Prague Venice
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The Prague Venice company offers regular departures from Charles Bridge in its small boats “Vodouch”, everyday and all year long. Experience this particularly pleasant way of discovering the city from the river, while enjoying the peaceful pace of a cruise (approximately 45 minutes). Buy your tickets on our website and get 15% off the price!

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Discover Prague at the pace of jazz with a music cruise on the Vltava River...

Prague river cruises

Romantic boat cruise Sweet Prague

Luxury dinner on river Vltava in Prague
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Surprise your spouse with a romantic dinner on the charming boat "Lužnice". The melodious tunes of piano on board will set you off for this amazing cruise "Sweet Prague" during which you will savour exquisite meals, breathtaking views of the illuminated sights of Prague Castle, Charles Bridge or Vyšehrad.

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Lunch cruises give the opportunity to discover Prague while enjoying a peaceful ride on the Vltava River and savoring a convivial lunch. You can choose as you wish among the various cold and warm dishes that the buffet has to offer, while admiring the beauty of Prague’s sights lining the River.

Visit this magnificent Gothic Castle, one of the most beautiful historical sights of the Czech Republic. The castle was founded in the 14th century by the Emperor Charles IV to become the treasury of the most precious crown jewels and holy relics.

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Only one hour away east of Prague, you can find this medieval mining town with beautifully preserved sites. The historical town centre of Kutna Hora is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list.

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Take a day trip in a small group to Karlovy Vary, the most beautiful and largest spa city in West Bohemia, which owes its fame to its hot springs.

Discover just in one day two significant periods of the Czech countries. Set out for a day with a small group and experience the beauty of two impressive Czech historic sights: the Konopiště Castle and the Karlštejn Castle.

The notorious Terezín fortress, built by Joseph II, was turned into a Jewish ghetto by the Nazi during Second World War. The visit of Terezín (Teresienstadt) is a must if one is to understand the tragic fate of Czech Jews.

Český Krumlov, a world famous and picturesque town situated on the banks of the Vltava river in Southern Bohemia. The historical centre and its striking colourful tower were inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list.

This outing will take you to one of the main attractions of the Czech heritage: it is a symbol of the power enjoyed by the Bohemian kingdom in the 14th century. The fortified castle Karlštejn was built by the Emperor Charles IV for safekeeping of the most precious relics of the country and the crown ...

Kutná Hora was the second largest city in Bohemia by the end of the Middle Ages. It had become very wealthy thanks to its silver mines, which filled the coffers of the realm for decades. Its historic center was amazingly well preserved and is now on the world heritage list of the UNESCO. Kutná Hora ...

Karlovy Vary, Carlsbad in English, Bohemia’s most prestigious spa city, is particularly renowned for its healing hot springs. Embanked in the small valley formed by the river Teplá, the city center displays a luxurious architecture: among the hotels, palaces, thermal baths and colonnades, you will experience the atmosphere of the Belle Epoque.

The multicolor dungeon of the Český Krumlov castle overlooks this stupendous medieval town with its town center a listed UNESCO world heritage site. It is an emblematic destination in the Czech Republic and thanks to its leveled situation on a hilly area, visitors can admire numerous enchanting panoramas...

Bohemian crystal is renowned all over the world, its fame comes from a long tradition of excellence and of constantly renewed creativity pursued by the glassblowing artists. This half-day outing will allow you to discover one of its traditional manufacturing locations: the crystal glassworks of the Rückl family, which has been manufacturing crystal products for ...

The infamous stronghold of Terezín was built by Emperor Joseph II, then converted into a Jewish ghetto by the Nazis… A must-see for who wants to understand the magnitude of the tragedy experienced by the Jewish people in Bohemia during the Second World War.

Located a few kilometers outside of Prague, the castle of Nelahozeves is one of Bohemia’s most striking and monumental Renaissance castles. It is splendidly decorated in Italian style with sgraffiti, stucco and frescos: particularly well-liked techniques by the high aristocracy at the time.

Overlooking the Sazava river from its stone promontory, the fortified castle of Český Šternberk enjoys the benefit of a particularly spectacular location, very much appreciated by romantically inclined visitors. It is also one of Bohemia’s most beautiful fortifications. Located less than 50 kilometers from Prague, it makes for a perfect half-day trip.

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