With your 48h ticket you can arrange your stay in Prague in a very individual way. Enjoy the tour and discover the Czech capital.
Go on an individual discovery tour in Prague with your 48h bus ticket Hop on Hop Off and look forward to a boat trip on the Vltava.
Experience a detailed guided tour of the city with a lot of variety. Visit Kampa Island and look forward to the boat trip across the Moldau.
Marvel at the top sights of Prague by Segway and see places that would otherwise remain hidden from you
By Segway you will explore both popular and hidden places of the capital of the Czech Republic. Discover the Prague of the locals and the highlights of the city
Experience the city of Prague with its history, the Old Town and the famous Prague Castle comfortably and ecologically by Segway
Stroll with us through the great history of Prague! You can reach the city on foot and by boat to visit its beautiful places.
This city tour through Prague consists of a mixture of legends and historical facts. It runs through one of the most enchanting parts of Prague.
Avoid the long queues and save yourself valuable holiday time in Prague with this skip-the-line ticket for Prague Castle.
Visit the spectacular Prague Castle and explore St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George's Basilica, the Golden Lane and Charles Bridge
Explore Prague's Old Town and Prague Castle during a 3-hour guided tour and let yourself be enchanted by the charm of the "golden city"
Experience an extensive city tour of Prague. Then take a relaxed boat trip and enjoy a delicious lunch
A one-day tour that covers all the sights and gives you an impressive insight into all cultural and political aspects of Czech history
Embark on a 3-hour electric scooter tour of Prague. Explore the most famous sights of the city in a relaxed way.
You would like to get to know Prague in a comfortable way? Then this electric scooter tour through Prague is just the right choice for you.
The most beautiful view of the whole of Prague is from the south tower of the cathedral at a height of over 100 metres. You can only reach the top of the cathedral by climbing the 280 steps. Once at the top you will experience a view that will remain in your memory for a long time. A souvenir photo may not be missing at this point of course.
If you like to take your own photos, you must buy a photo license for photos inside the castle. You can obtain the license like the tickets at the ticket counters.
The best time to visit Prague Castle is during the summer months. From April to October you have the possibility to visit both the royal garden and the moat. Opening hours of Prague Castle vary according to season. The courtyards are open between 5:00 and 24:00 in summer. The interiors of the Bürg open from 9:00 to 17:00. The tour of the inner courtyards is free of charge for you. However, admission to the castle is subject to a fee. The visit at 12:00 o'clock is popular to experience the festive changing of the guard in the first courtyard of the castle.
Depending on which part of the castle complex you wish to visit, the ticket price for Prague Castle varies. Tickets for the grand tour (Tour A) cost 350 CZK (approx. 13.00€) per full-paying person. For the small tour (tour B) you pay 250 CZK (about 9,50€). Families and children get a reduced rate. There are also other tickets available for various special exhibitions or individual visits, e.g. to the Powder Tower. Tickets for Prague Castle are valid for two days. Tickets are also available including guided tours and as a "skip-the-line" option.
If you want to visit Prague Castle on your own, you can rent an audio guide on site. It contains about three hours of material and is available for 450 CZK (about 17,00€) per day. It is of course more pleasant to visit the castle complex with an experienced guide, who can tell you everything worth knowing about the long history of Prague Castle and its sights. Guided tours in German can be booked in advance at the castle information centre and cost CZK 100 (approx. € 4) per person and hour. It is easier to book your admission ticket including the guided tour online.
It is best to take a whole day, because there is a lot to see in Prague Castle and you certainly don't want to miss any of the sights. If you have decided to go to the castle, you can visit the most important areas within three hours.
Prague Castle is enthroned at a height of about 70 metres on the Hradcany Hill, directly above the Vltava River. During a sightseeing tour through the capital of the Czech Republic, the castle is best reached on foot. On foot, the footpath up the Hradschin to Prague Castle is incredibly beautiful, but arduous. Those who are not good on foot can use public transport. Take tram 22 or 23 and get off at the Pohorelec or Pražský stop. By metro you can get to Prague Castle via the Malostranská station over the Hradcany River.
Prague Castle is not only one of the unrestricted highlights of the city of Prague, but also the largest self-contained castle complex in the world. Although the castle was already built in the 9th century AD, its appearance has changed considerably since then. Today the castle is characterized by several architectural styles. Discover the four top highlights of the Prague Castle complex.
St. Vitus Cathedral is the largest church building in the Czech Republic and one of the absolute highlights on a tour of Prague Castle. The imposing cathedral was built under Charles IV in 1344, and as a named coronation church, St. Vitus Cathedral houses the coronation insignia, which are kept in the crown chamber. From the south tower at a height of 100 metres you have a wonderful view over the whole of Prague.
The royal palace was built in the Romanesque style as early as 1135 and served as the residence of the Czech kings. Unfortunately, only a small part of its original construction is still visible, especially in the vaulted cellar. Most areas of the palace consist of a colourful mixture of different architectural styles. Among them, especially the Gothic style and influences of the Renaissance. The Gothic areas were commissioned by Emperor Charles IV in the course of a major reconstruction in the 14th century. Some areas of the palace remind one of a set from the hit series Game of Thrones.
St. George's Basilica is another highlight on a tour of the grounds of Prague Castle. Although there are two more churches on the castle grounds, the basilica is the most interesting of them, besides St. Vitus Cathedral. It is the only one that has retained its original and romantic character. Today, the church also houses an exhibition of 19th century works of art. It's worth a visit!
The Golden Lane, also known as the Alchemists' Lane, is a small street within Prague Castle. On your sightseeing tour of Prague, you should not miss this place, because it is said that alchemists have tried to produce artificial gold and the philosopher's stone here. Who knows, maybe you did it Why else would this small alleyway attract millions of people every year? You figure it out.