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Prague: Boat Ride to the Zoo and Admission Ticket

Product ID: 52887
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Head to the Prague Zoo by boat with your guide and admire the city’s iconic monuments and landmarks from the water as you enjoy refreshment on board. Explore the Prague Zoo and admire the many varieties of wild and rare animals.
About this activity
Duration 7 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
English, German, Russian
Easy cancellation
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

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Experience

Highlights
  • Enjoy the views of Prague Castle and Charles Bridge on a Vltava River boat ride
  • Learn about the history of the Prague Zoo
  • See a variety of wild and rare animal inhabitants at the Zoo
Full description
Your 5-hour tour begins with a cruise on the Vltava River and panoramic views of the entire city. You’ll see the Dancing House, Žofín, Prague Castle, the National Theatre, Charles Bridge, and more, and hear many stories about the city from your guide. Enjoy a refreshing drink and biscuit along the way.

At the entrance to the zoo your guide will provide you with your admission ticket, a map that will help you plan your visit, and a bus ticket for your return transfer.

See your favorite animals and a large number of wild and rare animals as well. Spend as much time at the Zoo as you like.

The bus for the return trip to the center departs from the Zoo entrance.
Includes
  • Boat ride
  • Zoo ticket and map
  • Guide
  • Drink and biscuit
  • Ticket for public transport back to the city

Prepare for the activity

Meeting point

Meet at the statue of King Charles IV near Charles Bridge. It is the only statue in Krizovnicke namesti, a small square in front of the Old Town bridge tower. The guide will be holding an orange umbrella. Underground A (green line): Staroměstská station Underground B (yellow line): Národní třída station Underground C (red line): Museum station (change to the green line)

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