Unlike cities as Paris or London, the pass: Prague card is a private initiative which is therefore not coming from public institutions. Therefore and consequently it doesn't have any subventions neither the same advantages as her "colleagues". For example, it doesn't allow you to cut the line to the museum.
What's in the Prague Card?
Prague Castle: Free entrance to Saint Vitus Cathedral, Old Royal Palace, Saint George basilica, the Golden Lane, Daliborka Tower. Discount for Castle Picture Gallery and Rosenberg Palace.
With the Prague Card you can enjoy a private guided tour of the castle in the English organized by Avantgarde Prague with a deduction of the entrance tickets which are included in the tourist card.
Jewish Museum: free admission to the Spanish Synagogue, the Klausen Synagogue, the Pinkas Synagogue, the Ceremonial Hall and the Old Jewish Cemetery. The Old-New Synagogue doesn't to the Jewish Museum and Synagogue Maisel is closed until further notice from April, 1st 2014, so these two synagogues are not listed as free admission.
Just as at the Castle you can attend a specialized English speaking tour of the Jewish Quarter organized by Avantagarde Prague. Ticket's price of admission to the Museum will be deducted When submitting Prague Card.
Others Museums - free entrance: Museum of Czech Music, Smetana and Dvořák museums ( including Dvořák's birthplace at Nelahozeves), aerospace museum, National Museum and its outbuildings (unfortunately the building of the main exhibition is closed at the moment), Prague city Gallery, Museum of Decorative Arts, Náprstek Museum, ...
Prague Card also includes an integrated ticket for Prague public transport applicable throughout the duration of the card. The card allows you unlimited travel on all Prague public transport (metro, tram, bus, funicular, ferries), including the Airport Express line linking the main railway station to the airport.
To be profitable, you have to visit the Castle, museums of the National Gallery and, at least, two others monuments, which needs at least 2 or 3 days.
How to book the Prague Card?
Prague Card can be ordered with a two-day, three-day or four-day validity (which is always on a consecutive day basis).
You will choose the validity start date of the Prague Card and you write it at the card before you first use it together with the name of the card holder. In the photo gallery you can find a manual with instructions how to fill in the card. Please make sure the card is filled in according to the instructions and only with a special felt pen you will receive together with the Prague Card. In case the card is not filled in correctly, you will NOT receive a new one.
The card is valid for a certain amount of days, not hours (as opposed to public transport tickets).
The date you set when ordering the card is the date you receive or pick up the card, NOT validity start date.
If you decide to pick the card up at our office, our employee can help you with filling in the card.
Rental procedure and term of booking:
Payment in advance, by secure one with credit card on our web site).
Where can you get your card?
- At Prague Airport, at the Tourist Information Centre (VISITOR CENTRE) at Terminal 1 (open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.), or Terminal 2 (open daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.) – we recommend this option.
- In our office (in the historical centre, 3 Jachymova street, on the first floor. Open from Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 6:00pm, during the weekend from 2:30pm to 5:30pm).
- The card can be also delivered to a specific address with additional delivery fees. This option can be ordered at the moment you make the reservation.