The best activities and experiences in Prague and the Czech Republic
Take a specialised tour and discover the places that shaped the mind of one of the greatest writers of the 20th century. You’ll visit the places inextricably linked to the writer’s life: his childhood, his studies and his professional career, as well as the places where he wrote his major works such as The Trial and The Castle.
Every year, the Dvořák Hall of the Rudolfinum holds a special gala concert performed by the Symphony Orchestra of Prague Symphonists.
Around the huge Wenceslas Square, Na Příkopě Street and Republic Square and its famous Municipal House, you will discover a unique urban ensemble in Europe, and perceive all the architectural dynamism of this period, on the way to modernity.
On foot and by boat, we will reveal the richness of Prague, one of the most beautiful European capitals with a very long history, a crossroads of cultures and civilizations.
The streets of Prague are ideal for this two-wheel scooter. It’s an exceptionally practical mode of transport in a city. The electric scooter enables you to discover Prague’s most beautiful historic monuments at your own pace, and without a lot of effort.
Get on your bike and discover Prague’s historic treasures such as the Municipal House, the imposing National Theatre, and the Dancing House, with its original architecture. You’ll also see the Rudolfinum, Old Town Square and, of course, many more places of interest.
Legend has it that the mythical Princess Libuše had a vision of the glorious future of Prague, "a city whose splendor will reach the stars...". Apart from a prehistoric settlement attested by archaeological remains, the origins of the fortified site of Vyšehrad go back to the 10th century.
Far from the touristy places, the district of Vinohrady with its colorful Art Deco buildings contrasting with the omnipresent cosmic television tower, hides many places with a trendy and friendly atmosphere.
The trendy district of Holešovice has become a must-see place in the Czech capital for a taste of local Prague life, local bars and restaurants, and two large parks, Letná and Stromovka.
During the tour, the guide will tell you about the history of the country from 1948 to the Velvet Revolution in 1989, with all the hardships of the totalitarian regime. You’ll learn about the politics of intimidation and terror, and the fate of political prisoners, dissidents, refugees and those who considered leaving the country…
The cohabitation is often unprecedented, and these contrasts in the urban space – one of the particularities of Prague – reinforce the beauty of the buildings that are part of it. We go from the labyrinth of small medieval streets to the immense perspective of Wenceslas Square ...
Come and discover the splendor of medieval art in Bohemia, of which the 14th century was the brilliant golden age. Emperor Charles IV and the entire Luxembourg dynasty were passionate patrons of the arts, who attracted a host of artists to Prague ...
Prague is a city full of legends and it is around these that you will walk with a passionate local guide. This walk begins with a visit to the Alchemists’ Museum, located in one of the oldest buildings in Prague. You will enter a historical house hiding many mysteries: a secret passage as well as an alchemical laboratory ...
The Prague Card is a tourist pass enabling you to visit several historic attractions and museums in Prague. The card makes an excellent ...
Travel back in time to a bygone age and go on a short ride in a classic 1930s vehicle. Take a vintage tour for an original, relaxing and stylish way to get around the Czech capital.
Enjoy complete privacy on the terrace on the top storey of a luxury Prague hotel, as you unwind in a heated jacuzzi. Take in breathtaking views of Prague Castle, Petřín Hill and the red roofs of historic Prague.