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Prague: 2-Hour Electric Trike City Tour with Guide

1. Prague: 2-Hour Electric Trike City Tour with Guide

Prague is known around the world for its breathtaking medieval views and wild vacations. Explore the historical highlights, such as the Prague Castle, the Lesser Town neighborhood, Charles Bridge, and the Old Town on a private or small group electric trike city tour. Start your tour of the city by signing your name on the John Lennon Wall and taking a picture of the original Bridge of Love. After a visit to the Charles Bridge, continue your excursion to the peeing boys statue at the Franz Kafka Museum. Ride by the riverbank to Letna Hill, visit the Hanavský Pavilion, and the city's 75-foot tall working metronome. Stop in front of Prague Castle for a brief introduction to Bohemia’s history.  Head to a brewery in one of Prague's oldest monasteries, the Strahov Monastery, and take photos from the Petrin Tower viewpoint before seeing the Lesser Town neighborhood.

From Prague: Bohemian and Saxon Switzerland Scenic Tour

2. From Prague: Bohemian and Saxon Switzerland Scenic Tour

Escape the busy city of Prague and immerse yourself in the wonders of nature on this highlights tour of the Bohemian and Saxon National park. Visit sites that have been declared a ‘European Destination of Excellence’ for their exceptional beauty, enjoy the most photogenic natural creations of the National Park, and enjoy walks and moderate hikes in the most preserved parts of the park. Visit the most popular natural attraction in Bohemian Switzerland National Park, Pravcicka Gate, famous for being Europe’s largest sandstone arch. The site was used as a filming location for the movie Narnia, and there’s no escaping the Gate’s magical qualities. Mysterious and inspiring, the gate is hidden deep in the woods and this impressive symbol of the National park stands 21 meters tall, leaving all the spectators in admiration. Next stop is lunch which caters for vegetarians, vegans, and meat lovers alike. Enjoy a traditional Czech meal at a stunning stone house that was built on the stream in 1905 by German workers. This newly renovated restaurant will surprise you with an amazing steampunk style interior, which is decorated with gears, rivets and a huge clock with visible gears and  the sound of mechanics. The last stop on the tour is Bastei n the Saxon part of the National Park. The Bastei rock formation has plenty of viewpoints over the Elbe canyon on the right bank of the river Elbe. Walk across the famous sandstone bridge that connects Bastei and explore ruins of old Neurathen rock castle.

From Prague: Kutna Hora and Bone Chapel Tour

3. From Prague: Kutna Hora and Bone Chapel Tour

Take a day trip from Prague to the gruesome bone chapel of Kutná Hora and explore the historic buildings of the medieval town center. During the 6-hour excursion, you will visit all the main sights, including the ghoulish Sedlec Ossuary, and the Gothic masterpiece of St. Barbara's Church. Thanks to the prosperous silver mines, Kutná Hora became the second most important town of the Bohemian Kingdom in the Middle Ages after Prague. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995, the town is full of remarkable late Gothic and Baroque architecture. Visit the miraculous Church of St. Barbara, the Italian Court (Royal Mint), and the unique Ossuary in Sedlec, where you will also see Bohemia’s oldest Cistercian Monastery. Learn about the Hussite Wars, and explore the boom days when Kutná Hora competed with Prague economically and culturally to become the favorite residence of Bohemian kings.

From Prague: Full-Day Tour to Karlovy Vary with Admission

4. From Prague: Full-Day Tour to Karlovy Vary with Admission

Depart Prague and journey to the legendary spa town of Karlovy Vary in the west Bohemia region of the Czech Republic. The history of the city dates back to the 14th century and the time of Charles IV, and the curative effects of the local mineral springs were used as treatments for figures such as Peter the Great and Goethe. One of the most famous attractions is the hot spring that spews out hot thermal waters to a height of 12 meters. Visit a wide range of the historical and modern colonnades the town is known for, and taste the water from 12 different natural mineral springs. Visit the Christmas house with the Museum of Teddy bears.

Bohemian Paradise UNESCO Geopark: Walking Tour From Prague

5. Bohemian Paradise UNESCO Geopark: Walking Tour From Prague

It's time to discover why this part of the world attracts painters, writers, artists, and dreamers of all kinds. Get ready to enter a real bohemian paradise, one of the most visited places in the Czech Republic. Stroll past romantic ponds, admire extensive rock city, and take in panoramic views of the countryside. Upon arrival, you'll hike to the rock city of Prachov Rocks (approximately 8 KM). On hot summer days, you can take a refreshing dip in the lake. You’ll be walking through thin cracks in the rocks, climbing up and down and enjoying the views from the top. After a 3-hour hiking tour of Prachov Rocks, you'll drive to the nearby Kost Castle, where you can enjoy a delicious lunch in the castle’s restaurant. On the way back to Prague you'll visit the small village of Vesec u Sobotky where you can admire some traditional folk architecture.

Pilsen: Old Town Gastronomy Tour

6. Pilsen: Old Town Gastronomy Tour

The Czech Republic is not just Prague. Did you know that Pilsen has always been the country's regional center of industry, religion, education, sport, gastronomy and culture? This all culminated in 2015, when Pilsen received the prestigious European Capital of Culture Award. Your tour will begin with a tour to walk around and explore the Old Town, which will allow you to see all of the hidden spots and gems. As you tour, your guide will tell you about the city itself, including its history, culture, and people. The tour will then continue by entering the St. Bartholomeus Cathedral, which has the highest spire in the Czech Republic. Following this, you will get to see 3rd-biggest Synagogue in the world, allowing you to walk through a place where Czech history was written.  Following the historic portion of your tour, your guide will take you to a local Czech pub where you will get to taste traditional Czech snacks and beer. Your guide will also tell you about Czech eating habits and culture, as you learn about the country's rich gastronomic history.

From Prague: Bike Trip to Karlstejn

7. From Prague: Bike Trip to Karlstejn

You'll be picked up from your central Prague hotel in the morning and then head to the starting point to meet your guide for an overview of the day ahead. Your guide will also assist you in adjusting your bike if necessary.  Start on the route (32 km) to Karlstejn, taking a special cycle path after the first two kilometers, which will lead you along the riverbanks of the beautiful Vltava and Berounka rivers. Cycling through the Czech countryside with its picturesque villages, there will be plenty of stops for refreshments and photo opportunities. A must-see is Dobrichovice Castle, with its richly decorated restaurant on the first floor. Here, the tour will stop for a short break. Then it's only 9 km to Karlstejn Village. Once the tour arrives in the village of Karlstejn, park your bikes close to the train station where the group will stop at the restaurant. The bike tour ends here and for the rest of the tour, you will have free time to explore the splendid village of Karlstejn with its many shops and entertainment possibilities. You may wish to visit the famous Karlstejn Castle (on your own). Karlstejn is surrounded by many hiking tracks, which also make for a great afternoon activity after your bike ride. Spend as much time as you like in Karlstejn Village and then return to Prague by train when you're ready. The train to Prague departs every 30 minutes. You will receive a train ticket from your guide. The train ticket is open and you can take any train from the schedule that you like. Enjoy the flexibility of this tour to Karlstejn and spend as much time in this picturesque village as you like before returning to Prague.

From Prague: Karlovy Vary Full-Day Tour

8. From Prague: Karlovy Vary Full-Day Tour

Depart Prague and journey to the beautiful spa town of Karlovy Vary about 100 kilometers to the west of the Czech Republic capital. Upon arrival, benefit from the chance to take a walk along its enchanting promenade. Founded by King Charles IV in 1358, Karlovy Vary is notable for its mineral springs that have healed many celebrities, including the German poet Goethe and the Russian Tsar Peter the Great. Stroll along the colonnades of the spa and get a taste of the hot springs for yourself. The town is well-known as the location of the Moser glass factory, founded by Ludwig Moser in 1893. Renowned around the world for its high quality glassware, Moser's former clients include the court of the British King Edward VII, the Shah of Persia and Emperor Franz Josef I of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, among others. Take a guided walking tour of the historical town center. Benefit from some free time to shop and enjoy a stroll on your own before the return journey to Prague.

From Prague: Saxony and Bohemian Switzerland Walking Tour

9. From Prague: Saxony and Bohemian Switzerland Walking Tour

Make the most of your trip and admire some of the most spectacular wonders that mother nature has created. On this full-day tour, which should be on the bucket list of every nature lover, visit Bohemian Switzerland National Park, a place that has been certified as a ‘European Destination of Excellence’ thanks to its exceptional beauty. Throughout the day, visit the region’s most idyllic locations, enjoy walks and moderate hikes, dine on local cuisine, and capture incredible photos. The day begins with pickup from your accommodation in Prague and heads to Bohemian Switzerland National Park. Upon arrival visit the most popular natural attraction in the park, Pravcicka Gate, which is Europe’s largest sandstone arch, hidden deep in the mysterious woodland. Take some time to admire the beauty of the arch, which stands at an impressive 21 meters tall and was used as a filming location for the movie Narnia. Once you’ve worked up a bit of an appetite it’s time for lunch, served in a historical stone house. The restaurant, which was originally built in 1905 by German workers to supply coal gas to local homes, now boasts a newly renovated interior with a trendy steam punk inspired style. Enjoy a delicious traditional Czech meal and learn a little about local cuisine while you eat.  The last stop of the day is the Bastei rock formation, which sits in the German Saxony side of the park. The Bastei offers an array of breathtaking view points over the Elbe Canyon on the banks of the River Elbe. From here, walk across the fascinating sandstone bridge that connects Bastei and explore the ruins of an old Neurathen rock castle. At the end of an unforgettable day of adventures, sit back and enjoy a well-deserved rest on the return journey to Prague.

Prague to Karlstejn Castle Full-Day Bike Tour

10. Prague to Karlstejn Castle Full-Day Bike Tour

Escape the hustle and bustle of Prague on a full-day bike tour to Karlstejn Castle, and marvel at the Czech countryside as you bike out of the city’s southwestern suburbs. Cycle to one of the Czech Republic’s most popular castles in approximately 3.5-4 hours. Enjoy the flat terrain as you bike along the banks of 2 rivers. Depart Prague at 09:30, and pass through several scenic villages along the way. Stop at panoramic view points and to enjoy refreshments. Upon arrival at Karlstejn village (population 800), stop for lunch in a traditional Czech restaurant. Then, take a short 15-minute stroll to the castle grounds. Your guide will tell you the history of the castle as well as the life of Karel IV, and will show you around the exterior. Take an optional 55-minute guided tour of the castle interior (own expense) to see relics from King Karel’s life. Return to Prague by train, and relax on the 40-minute journey back to the city center.

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What people are saying about Bohemia

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 19 reviews

Wonderful ride around the main sites of Prague. Rasho was a great guide - very knowledgeable and friendly. We were given a list of recommended local restaurants to try. I have tried 2 and they were amazing. I would highly recommend this tour as an introduction to Prague. Brilliant fun.

Super fun way to get a tour of the city. Sebastian and the girl co-guided were both very friendly, as we're the other people who joined the tour.

Despite extreme rain conditions, we had a fantastic time with an excellent tour guide Sebastian. Highly recommended.

We had a wonderful tour. Our guide was very knowledgeable and funny. Take this tour / you will love it!

Really enjoyable experience, our guide Sebastian was excellent and really knowledgable on the city