Why I love Prague
“How can you not love a city that has a pub with vinyl cushions on the wall above the gents' urinal, so you can rest your head while you 'go'? Where you can order a beer without speaking, simply by placing a beer mat on the table? And where that beer is probably the best in the world? But it's not just exquisite ale and a wonderfully relaxed drinking culture that keep bringing me back to Prague. There's also wit and...” Read More
Top experiences in Prague
Terezin Concentration Camp Day Tour from Prague
This special tour will transport you back to the 1940s and give you a detailed overview of life in the Terezin Concentration Camp. Terezin, initially founded in 1780 to protect Prague from attacks, was converted into a Jewish ghetto during Nazi occupation in World War II. Walk the grounds with your expert guide and hear chilling stories and facts about the day-to-day lives of prisoners there. Visit the Terezin Memorial, the only institution of its kind in the Czech Republic. This memorial commemorates the thousands of victims of the tyrannical Nazi rule, and promotes research and educational activities. Experience the tragic symbol of suffering during the Holocaust during this unique, educational and eye-opening tour.
Prague Airport Private Arrival Transfer
When making a booking, you will need to advise your flight details and your Prague Hotel details. Your transfer will be confirmed instantaneously and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver. It's that easy!Price is per person, based on 7 adults per car/vehicle.
Cesky Krumlov Day Trip from Prague
The town's fairytale red-roofed castle is surrounded by landscaped gardens, and features grand courtyards, halls and furnishings. The castle's development over the 14th to 19th centuries has been well preserved, both in layout and architectural detail. The mighty castle complex stands on a rock promontory sculpted by the Vltava River, dominating the attractive medieval town below.Together with the magnificent Church of St. Vitus, the castle is a unique feature of the entire region. The town of Cesky Krumlov is situated in a valley surrounded by the Blansko Forest to the north and the undulating foothills of Sumava to the south and west.
Prague Beer and Czech Tapas Evening Walking Tour
Start in Wenceslas Square in the evening, and set out to discover Prague’s bustling beer scene on a leisurely walk through the city. Take the tram and metro where necessary (tickets are included), and visit beloved beer sanctuaries, buzzing local hotspots, popular beer halls and a microbrewery. As you explore, hear about the city’s history, culture and heritage, and learn how Wenceslas Square is tied with Communism and the Velvet Revolution of 1989. Hop on the tram and head to a favorite local beer hall in Žižkov, a former industrial suburb that has become the center of Prague's rough-and-tumble nightlife. Choose from 10 kinds of beer, from the most famous Czech brands to lesser-known brews from small Czech microbreweries. Pair your beer with hearty pork chili, served with horseradish and mustard. Surrounded by walls adorned with pictures of the Communist Czech presidents, you'll hear stories about life under Communism as you enjoy your beer. Board the metro and head to a pub in the Vinohrady area that has 27 beers on tap. Let your guide help you choose, and sample some pickled sausage; it’s a classic Czech beer snack. From Vinohrady, head to a surprise pub that’s chosen by your guide on the day. Perhaps it has a band due to play there, or a speciality beer on sale. Next up is a pub in Prague Old Town. Here, sample Pilsner Urquell, the most famous Czech beer, from a tank rather than a keg. You will also learn about the birth of Pilsner, one of the most famous beers in the world. Enjoy the fresh air as you walk to a cozy brewery pub near the Old Town square where you tour ends. As there are so many more beer venues to enjoy in Prague, your guide will leave you with a map of the city’s best beer halls. Enjoy!
Full-Day Prague Tour with Vltava River Cruise, Prague Castle and Lunch
Your full-day tour of Prague begins with a coach ride around Prague’s new town and old town . Enjoy panoramic views of major attractions such as the National Theatre, one of Czech’s most important cultural institutions. See Powder Gate, a 15th-century Gothic-style tower, and pass Wenceslas Square. Then, begin your guided walking tour during which you'll see the exterior of the impressive 10th-century Prague Castle, one of Europe’s largest medieval castles. Stop for lunch at a restaurant in an exceptional 3-course meal.After lunch, continue to another wonderland of Prague: the beautiful Valdstejn Garden, an Italian-style, terraced baroque garden. Explore the city´s Lesser Town, one of Prague UNESCO World Heritage Sites. See Kampa Island with its picturesque houses and admire the Lennon Wall, filled with John Lennon-inspired graffiti.Then, enjoy a boat cruise along the Vltava River! Pass the historic Charles Bridge, learn about the incredible history and culture of Prague and enjoy complimentary refreshments.After your river cruise, walk by Jan Palach Square , a commemoration of soldiers killed during Prague’s liberation in 1945. Stroll down Parizska Avenue, a famous shopping area full of luxury designer retailers, and visit Prague’s Jewish Town, where your guide will share knowledge of the area. Continue walking to the Old Town Square to see the Old Town Hall and the world-famous astronomical clock dating back to the 15th century. End your day trip in front of the Estates Theatre, which hosted the premiere of Mozart’s Don Giovanni opera! As this tour involves a good amount of walking, comfortable shoes are recommended.
Prague City Walk Including Vltava River Cruise
Meet your guide in central Prague, and then set off on a stroll to Wenceslas Square – one of the most famous historical squares in Europe. Hear of pivotal moments in Czech history that took place here, as your guide explains key events like the Prague Spring of 1968 and the following Velvet Revolution.Wander to Havelska Market to browse the stalls selling colorful knick-knacks, and then take an amble around the alleyways of the Old Town, admiring the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture that abounds. Stop at Old Town Square and pose for photos under the Astronomical Clock – the oldest one of its kind in the world.As you stroll from the Old Town to the Jewish quarter, learn about the city’s fascinating Jewish history. The city was one of the few European cities to keep its synagogues during World War II, and several of its most beautiful examples are seen as you stroll through the neighborhood.Stop at a traditional restaurant in the Old Town for a typical Czech meal (perhaps a warming beef goulash with bread dumplings or fried cheese), and after relaxing over lunch head to the riverside and hop aboard a replica of a 19th-century sailboat for your cruise down the Vltava River. As you glide underneath Charles Bridge, have your camera ready to capture sights of the Old Town and the streets of the Little Quarter – an area full of pretty canals. Relax with a refreshing Czech beer, lemonade or hot drink on board, and then hop off your boat to continue your tour by foot.Then, jump aboard a local tram and ride up the hill to Prague Castle – the city’s Gothic showpiece. To explore the UNESCO-listed castle complex would take at least an entire day – if not longer – so head inside and visit one of its highlights, the magnificent St Vitus Cathedral. Your tour finishes here, but you can stay inside the cathedral for longer if you wish.