Guided Tours

Grand tour of Prague

The insightful historical tour lets you enjoy the city´s most famous sights. The tour starts at Prague Castle (Hradčany), registered as the biggest castle complex in the world. It established itself as the spiritual centre of the Bohemian sovereigns from 9th century and since 1918 (foundation of Czechoslovakia) it has served as the residence of presidents. A visit to St. Vitus Cathedral is included. The tour then follows the “Royal Route”, the former promenade of kings and part of the official coronation by foot. Winding down to Lesser Town where you will cross the famous Charles Bridge and continue to discover remarkable monuments in the Old Town area. This remarkable journey ends in front of the Old Town City Hall with its extraordinary astronomical clock.

Please kindly note THIS IS A WALKING TOUR!

Duration: 4 hours (9:00 - 13:00)
Date: Tuesday - September 12, 2017 (Accompanying person guided tour)
Cost:
1050 CZK (39 EUR) per person (visit of St. Vitus cathedral only partly)

Including A/C coach transfer to the Prague Castle and then from the city centre to the Prague Congress Centre, English speaking guide.

    

Cruise on the River Vltava with Dinner

This tour offers the opportunity to explore enchanted Prague from the deck of a boat. The river cruise allows you to discover some of the city´s major monuments and sights, while relaxing over dinner or a drink and listening to music or dancing. During the dinner on the boat which is served buffet-style you can admire the illuminated sights of Prague passing the Charles Bridge, the Castle district (Hradčany), the National Theatre, the Vyšehrad Castle etc.

Duration: 3 hours (19:00 - 22:00)
Date: Monday - September 11, 2017
Cost: 1500 CZK (56 EUR) per person

Price includes entrance fee, dinner incl. welcome drink, all other drinks must be purchased separately, music (transportation from/to boat is NOT included).

    

Karlštejn & Glass Factory

During your visit to Prague you should not miss the large Gothic castle founded in the 14th century by Charles IV., King of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor. Karlštejn served as a place for safekeeping the Empire coronation jewels, holy relics and other royal treasures. Located about 35 km southwest of Prague in the Karlštejn village, it is one of the most famous and heavily visited castles in the Czech Republic.
The visit of the castle is also connected with visit of the Glass factory in Nizbor, where thaditional Czech glass is produced.

Duration: 8,5 hours (8:30 - 17:00)
Date: Tuesday - September 12, 2017 (Accompanying person guided tour)
Cost: 2160 CZK (80 EUR) per person

Including A/C coach transportation, English speaking guide and entrance fees to Karlštejn castle and Glass Factory and 3 course lunch incl. 1 drink.

  

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