Discover the magic of Prague, a modern and vibrant city full of energy, on this introductory tour of the Czech capital. Perfect for first-time visitors, this 3.5-hour city tour combines luxury coach travel and walking for a well-rounded exploration of Prague's famous sites, such as Prague Castle (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), the State Opera, the National Museum, Wenceslas Square and more. Learn about the interesting history of each location you see from your experienced guide.
• 3.5 hours
Bohemian glassware and pilsner beer - it's what the Czech Republic is famous for! This day trip from Prague has something for everyone, visiting the Nizbor Bohemia glass factory and the Pilsner Urquell Brewery. The tour offers a fabulous opportunity to learn about the Czech people and their culture.
• 8 hours
Discover Kutná Hora, one of the Czech Republic’s most significant medieval towns, on this day trip from Prague. Travel by bus through central Bohemia and explore this ‘City of Silver,’ a rival to Prague in the Middle Ages. Visit the spine-chilling Sedlec Ossuary, a chapel decorated entirely with human skulls and bones; and explore Kutná’s UNESCO World Heritage–listed Old Town. Visit the majestic Church of St Barbara, see the Italian Court and other sights, and break for lunch (own expense) before returning to Prague.
• 7 hours
While in Prague, don't miss this special opportunity to visit Vienna on this full-day guided trip. Discover the capital of Austria, whose historic center, rich in medieval and Baroque architecture, was once the imperial and cultural center of Europe and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In your comfortable coach with your professional guide, travel through the picturesque landscapes of Bohemia and Moravia to Vienna. See the city's best highlights, including the famous Ringstrasse, Schönbrunn Castle, Hofburg, St Stephen's Cathedral and more!
• 13 hours
Delve into Prague’s rich Bohemian history and culture on this enlightening 4-hour walking tour. With a knowledgeable guide, learn how the distinct heritage of Bohemia has shaped Prague and the Czech nation, from its food to its political fortunes, art and architecture. See quirky Prague sights such as David Cerny’s controversial sculptures; explore the up-and-coming district of Vrsovice; stroll past Prague’s oldest pub and an absinthe café; and sample some typical Czech beers and classic Bohemian snacks such as sweet pastries and ‘oblozene chlebicky’ open sandwiches.
• 4 hours
Enjoy two of Prague's top cultural experiences on one ticket and save money on your visit, too, with this Prague Super Saver. Enjoy a classical music recital in Lobkowicz Palace's baroque concert hall, and listen to orchestral performances of pieces by composers such as Bach and Dvořák. Then, visit the Lobkowicz Palace Museum. Plug into an audio guide and marvel at paintings of Czech royalty by artists including Canaletto and Velázquez. Admire displays of 16th-century ceramics, decorative arts from the Bohemian era and original music scores including Beethoven's 'Symphony No. 4.'
• 2 hours
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.
• 3 hours
Visit the one of the most well-known burial grounds in the world, the magical bone church in Sedlec, ossuary of Kutná Hora. During this 5.5-hour guided trip you'll also see the Gothic St. Barbara's Cathedral in Kutna Hora, the second richest city in the Kingdom of Bohemia.
• 5.5 hours
Winding streets, romantic corners, and an impressive castle above a meandering river are a few of the charms of Česky Krumlov, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in southern Bohemia. Explore the town's historic center and visit its castle on a guided tour.
• 11 hours
The tour leads along the Old Town's most important buildings, with the best view on the Castle next to the formal Jesuit buildings,the St. Vitus Church, the Main square, the brewery and renaissance buildings. On the Latran side the formal baroque church of St Josh, the hospital, the Monastery and the Castle complex finishing at the Baroque Theater or the castle gardens. During the visit you will learn about the history, legend and the famous people of this magic town.
• 1.5 hours