Walking Tour of Prague's Royal Route
Walking Tour of Prague's Royal Route information and booking
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Follow in the steps of Czech kings on a guided walking tour through Prague. The tower marks the beginning of the Royal Route, a silver plate path which was originally used by medieval Bohemian monarchs during coronation ceremonies, which took place in Prague Castle's St Vitus Cathedral.
During your walking tour you will encounter one of the most largest and important gothic inspired churchs in the Czech Republic, St. Vitus Cathedral, is home to the Archbishop of Prague. As you continue to walk along the Royal Route you will pass through the beautiful Wenceslas Square which is home to many historical events and is named after Saint Wencelas, the patron saint of Bohemia. Through the Old Town Square you will uncover several historical buildings and monuments such as the Tyn Church, St. Nicholas Church and the Astronomical clock which are shrouded in Beroque and gothic inspired architecture.
Further down the Royal Route you will discover the Charles Bridge, Lesser Town and the majestic Municipal House, one of Prague's most prestigious Art Nouveau buildings. Municipal Houses, built in 1911 was formerly used as the Royal court palace, but today houses an array of attractions.
- Walking tour
- Local guide
What isn't included
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Hotel pickup and drop off