Travel on foot, by boat and by tram to get the most from this wonderful city and explore where the bus and coach trips just can’t go.
Ideal for those on a short break or those who want to see what the city has to offer before exploring independently, the Prague Explorer Tour takes you to the major sites, accompanied by one of our knowledgeable, friendly guides and makes sure you don’t miss any of the main attractions in the city.
Beginning in the UNESCO protected Old Town Square, you’ll explore the Old Town with its cobbled lanes, beautiful architecture and fascinating history. Then you can try traditional Czech food and drink (included in the price of your tour) at a restaurant right in one of the city’s most picturesque streets, before heading off to visit the Jewish Quarter.
Explore the historic synagogues and the famous Jewish Cemetery (the largest of its kind in Europe) and then visit the nearby Clementinum, a former Jesuit college and the largest complex of buildings after Prague Castle, and full of baroque churches and libraries.
Then you’ll join „Prague Venice“ tours for a cruise with complimentary drinks and snacks and commentary, where you can relax and enjoy the views of the city from the river.
After your cruise, your guide will take you to Charles Bridge and explain its fascinating story, before taking you to the Mala Strana (Lesser Town) with its beautiful terracotta roofs and Baroque architecture, and Kampa Island, one of Prague’s hidden gems, where you can visit the famous Lennon Wall.
Finally you’ll head to Prague Castle by tram to see the palaces and churches that make up this vast, historic complex, including the amazing St Vitus Cathedral. You’ll finish your tour at the castle, at the oldest vineyard in the city, where you’ll find stunning views across Prague.
Some important sights of the tour:
Old Town Square and Astronomical Clock
Church of Our Lady Before Tyn
Old New and Spanish Synagogues
St Vitus’ Cathedral