Experience Prague differently and try out this unique method of transportation around the streets of Prague. Three different routes provide you with a comfortable way of getting around the city, getting on and off as many times as you want over the whole 24 hours or 48 hours! The price of the ticket includes an hour-long trip on a sight-seeing boat on the Vltava.
GREEN Down Town LineThe route marked in green is our main route and also the most comprehensive, with something to satisfy everyone. It will take you in comfort to the most important Prague sights, for example the Prague Castle, the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square. Stop Nr.14 on this route is also a transfer stop for the boat trip included in the price of the ticket. In no event should you let this unique experience pass you by, as from the deck of the boat you will experience Prague from a whole new perspective. In the vicinity of all 15 stops you will find the most beautiful spots in our capital, also known as Prague of the Hundred Spires in the heart of Europe.RED Vyšehrad LineThe red C line is, at first glance, a relatively uninteresting tour, but looks are deceiving! Get off at stop Nr. 2 and discover Vyšehrad Castle hidden behind the ramparts and intertwined with many national legends. The dark silhouette of the tower poking up from the cliff over the river inherently belongs to the Prague landscape. Also make a stop under Vítkov and don't be afraid of the hill before you. At the top you are awaited not only by a proud statue of the Hussite leader Jan Žižka of Trocnov, which is among the largest equestrian statues in the world, but also a national memorial built to honour the memory of the Czech legionnaires and the Czech resistance during World War I, and last but not least a marvellous view of all of Prague. If that wasn't enough, you can also take a look at the Žižkov TV tower and enjoy the view from nearly a hundred metres in the air. Incidentally, according to Virtualtourist.com, the TV tower, which measures 216 m, is one of the ugliest buildings in the world, and the giant babies by David Černý crawling all over it changed it into something that people no longer just shake their heads in disbelief over. Come and judge for yourself.