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  • Prague: Medieval Dinner with Unlimited Drinks

    1. Prague: Medieval Dinner with Unlimited Drinks

    Welcome back to medieval times! This fun and unique 3-hour experience brings the past to life in the atmosphere of a medieval tavern. No detail has been left out, and there’s plenty to enjoy during the medieval show that accompanies the evening. See swordsmen, jugglers, and belly dancers, all performing to music. While enjoying the show, feast on a delicious 3 or 5-course meal, from your choice of 6 different menus. The 3-course meal occurs at an earlier time. Drink your fill from the unlimited beer, wine, and soft drinks available. This is a truly different and entertaining way to spend an evening in Prague, and one’s that guaranteed to take you back in time and satisfy your palate. This event is suitable for children aged 4-12 years old.

    It was a fun way to spend an evening. My husband and I had the pork dinner and it was very good and a lot of food. It’s definitely worth doing

  • Prague: 50-Minute Sightseeing Evening Cruise

    2. Prague: 50-Minute Sightseeing Evening Cruise

    Enjoy breathtaking views from the Vltava River and discover the beauty of one of the most famous cities in the world during this evening cruise. See majestic sights such as Charles Bridge, the Dancing House, Petřín Tower, and the historic fort of Vyšehrad. Admire the neo-Renaissance concert hall of the Rudolfinum and the biggest castle complex in the world, Prague Castle.  Relax on an air-conditioned boat with a roof over the sundeck. Learn about the main sights with audio commentary available in 8 languages.

    lovely cruise option to sit upstairs or in air conditioning downstairs. waiting staff lovely

  • Prague: Sightseeing Dinner Cruise on Open-Top Glass Boat

    3. Prague: Sightseeing Dinner Cruise on Open-Top Glass Boat

    Discover Prague by night on a luxurious open-top boat as you feast on a delicious selection of traditional Czech and international dishes from the onboard buffet. See Prague’s iconic structures along the Vltava River and get amazing views of the illuminated Prague Castle. Travel on a unique glass boat with a specially insulated deck that prevents noise and vibrations and a section that has retractable glass walls and ceilings. Enhance your experience by upgrading to the window seat option to be guaranteed being seated in this section. Sip a welcome drink as you board and then glide down the river to the Charles Bridge and admire the neo-Renaissance Rudolfinum.  Continue past the famous Dancing House and admire the panoramic views of Petrin Hill and Old Town Prague while being serenaded by live music on board. Enjoy a buffet dinner, which includes a wide selection of Czech and interna...

    This was a great sunset boat cruise! We had a small group of 5 adults and it was a great way to end our trip in Prague. The food was wonderful as was the service and entertainment. Would definitely do again.

  • Prague City Card: 2-Day, 3-Day or 4-Day

    4. Prague City Card: 2-Day, 3-Day or 4-Day

    Save time and money in Prague, and discover the city’s sights and attractions at your own pace with a 2-day, 3-day or 4-day Prague Card. Treat the card as your own personal passport to the city, with free entrance to more than 60 attractions and 50% discounts on tours and shows. Cruise along the Vltava River, and enjoy panoramic views on a complimentary bus tour. Learn more about the imperial city at the Prague Castle complex and world-class Jewish Museum. Prague Card Benefits: • Free entry to Prague Castle - St. Vitus Cathedral, Royal Palace, Golden Lane, and St. George's Basilica • Free entry to the Jewish Museum - synagogues and Old Jewish Cemetery (7 sites) • Free entry to the National Gallery (7 sites) • Free entry to the National Museum (9 sites) • Free entry to Prague Zoo (the 4th best zoo in the world) • Free entry to Prague City Gallery (5 sites) • Free entry ...

    Great value for lots of great sights in Prague, included a boat trip on the Moldava and a bus tour through the city

  • Prague: 1-Hour Panoramic Vltava River Cruise

    5. Prague: 1-Hour Panoramic Vltava River Cruise

    Take in stunning panoramic views of Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, and the skyline of the City of a Thousand Spires from the comfort of a boat on the Vltava River. This river cruise is perfect for families with small children or anyone who wants to enjoy an unforgettable experience in just an hour's time. Friendly bar staff serve light snacks along with coffee or cold drinks on the upper deck so you don't miss a moment of the action. The cruise begins and ends at the banks of the Vltava River. An inside deck, heated in the winter and air-conditioned in the summer, is also available.

    Nice tour. The boat we were supposed to take was cancelled but the next dock was already prepared to accept us without any glitch. The tour was in English with appropriate comments and not too much. Weather wasn't the best, slightly rainy and mostly cloudy. But enjoyed the trip.

  • Prague: City Tour By Bus, Boat, and on Foot

    6. Prague: City Tour By Bus, Boat, and on Foot

    Visit some of Prague’s most fascinating monuments and neighborhoods as your knowledgeable guide teaches you the city’s history on this 4-hour tour. The famous Old Town makes up the first part of your tour, as an air-conditioned minibus takes you on a 30-minute journey past landmarks including the Dancing House, Wenceslas Square, and the National Gallery. You’ll then be dropped at Prague Castle for a 75-minute walking tour of the largest ancient castle in the world. The grounds occupy 70,000 square meters of space and enjoy some of the best vantage points of the city — perfect for snapping photos. Next up is a relaxing river cruise along the Vltava River. Here you can simply sit back and unwind on an approximately 60-minute trip along the water, or head up to the upper deck and enjoy views of the city and the famous Charles Bridge. The final part involves a walking tour around the ...

    It was a nice trip with a nice guide but I don't like that the trip end in different place I wish they returned us to the first place

  • Prague Castle: Small-Group Tour with Local Guide & Admission

    7. Prague Castle: Small-Group Tour with Local Guide & Admission

    Visiting Prague Castle is like walking into a fairy tale. See the highlights of the castle complex including St. Vitus Cathedral, the Old Royal Palace, St. George’s Basilica, and the Golden Lane. The Castle contains an overwhelming amount of history and art, but thanks to your local expert guide, you'll navigate the castle grounds with ease. Meet your guide in front of the Malostranská metro station near the Mánes Bridge. From there, take the tram up to Prague Castle. Once inside, your guide will give you headphones so that you can easily hear their commentary throughout the tour. Marvel at St. Vitus’ Gothic architecture. Spot the gargoyles that adorn the exterior of the church. Be dazzled by the Art-Nouveau stained glass window made by Czech artist Alfons Mucha. Admire the 14th-century mosaic of the last judgment. See the tombs of St. Wenceslas and Charles IV, the baroque tomb of St. J...

    Communication during the tour needs to be improved. We did not have earphones and the tour guide didn't have good English. The tour was as expected.

  • Prague: 2-Hour Lunch Cruise on the Vltava River

    8. Prague: 2-Hour Lunch Cruise on the Vltava River

    This 2-hour cruise through the heart of Prague combines a sightseeing tour with a buffet lunch. You’ll be welcomed on board with a traditional Czech aperitif to help you relax for the journey ahead. The boat will sail along the Vltava River through the city’s historic center, passing landmarks such as Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, the Rudolfinum, the National Theater, the Dancing House, the Emmaus Monastery, Vyšehrad, the Podolí Waterworks and the historic Štvanice Power Station. Charles Bridge is the most iconic of the landmarks. Built in the 14th century by Charles IV, it connects the city’s Lesser Quarter to the Old Town. Along the edge of the bridge on both sides you’ll see carved statues of saints important to the Czech lands. The lunch buffet is open throughout the cruise and a live band on the boat plays for the duration of the cruise as well.

    Was a wonderful tour. Loved the big cruising boat and the food was delicious. I would highly recommend.

  • Prague: Black Light Theater Show Experience

    9. Prague: Black Light Theater Show Experience

    Enjoy a fascinating spectacle which will absorb you from the very beginning, wake up your inner child, and let you look into the depths of your soul. This performance is the tale of a man who is searching for his own self, and manages to defeat his fear with the help of magical beings. When watching the story, each viewer will start dreaming and looking into the corners of their own heart. The visually rich presentation will open a magical dream world before you. You can be witness to a spectacle during which the hero saves a child imprisoned in a spiderweb of fear. He overcomes the traps thanks to the power of the gifts he receives during his journey. But don't worry, not even your children will be afraid, they will be enthused and amazed. The visually attractive theater show is designed for the entire family, children will particularly enjoy the magical effect of the black light the...

    it was an amazing show. I never imagined a show with a UV lights. Well done to the participants. It was a pity that because of covid, the theatre was not full but they still carried on with the show with great perfomance

  • From Prague: Terezin Concentration Camp Guided Tour

    10. From Prague: Terezin Concentration Camp Guided Tour

    Terezin is located approximately ninety miles north of Prague and just south of Litomerice. The town was built in 1780 by Emperor Joseph II of Austria and named after his mother, Empress Maria Theresa. Terezin consisted of two fortresses. The Big Fortress was surrounded by ramparts and contained a barracks. However, Terezin had not been used as a fortress since 1882 and had become a garrison town, which was almost entirely separated from the rest of the countryside. Terezin changed dramatically when the Nazis renamed it Theresienstadt and sent the first Jewish transports there in November 1941. These workers made up the Aufbaukommando (construction detail), later known in the camp as AK1 and AK2. These men were sent to transform the garrison town into a camp. These workers transformed the town, that in 1940 held approximately 7,000 residents, into a concentration camp which held about 3...

    Very efficiently and comfortably arranged. Interesting tour with knowledgeable guide. His English wasn’t perfect but was still understandable.

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What people are saying about Prague

The pick-up at the airport went very well. The driver has already been waiting for us in the lobby with a sign with my name on it. So we were able to leave the airport quickly and drive to the hotel.

It was really great! Our driver was waiting for us, the van was just parked 5 min walk and during the ride hé Rolf ús all about Prague!

The Guide told us everything, which relevant for these tour about Castle and other information

Beautiful spa, lovely straff and good beer what more can you wish for!!

Everything perfect, driver on time and very helpful, thank you