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Prague: Sightseeing Dinner Cruise on Open-Top Glass Boat

1. 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 on this round-trip cruise. 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. Benefit from free Wi-Fi, listen to informative multi-lingual audio commentary, and follow your route by paper or online map as you go. 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 international dishes. After dinner, explore the open decks that allow you to feel the cooling river breeze and see the city from many vantage points that provide perfect photo opportunities.  Dinner buffet selections: • Mozzarella with tomatoes and fresh basil pesto • Selection of domestic cheeses, ham, and salami • Duck pâté with cranberry sauce • Gran Moravia cheese • Greek salad • Fresh coleslaw • Chopped salad • Selection of bread and butter • Gluten-free pastries • Chicken noodle soup • Whole ham with bone • Beef goulash • Chicken schnitzels • Baked potatoes with zucchini • Spaghetti with cherry tomatoes and basil (vegan) • Paella with roasted vegetables and seafood • Steamed vegetables • Dumplings • Jasmine rice • Mashed potatoes • Homemade gingerbread • Apple strudel • Fresh fruit salad

Bohemia and Saxon Switzerland Full-Day Tour from Prague

2. Bohemia and Saxon Switzerland Full-Day Tour from Prague

See the best of Bohemia and the Saxon Switzerland National Park on a full-day guided tour from Prague. Transfer to the heart of Bohemia and the Saxon Switzerland National Park, the youngest national park in the Czech Republic. Stop at Bastei Bridge, perched high above the River Elbe. Enjoy stunning views as you walk across the bridge. Then, continue to Pravcika Gate on the Czech Republic side of the park. Admire Europe’s largest natural sandstone gate. Pause for lunch (included), before transferring to Kamenice Gorge. Here, you will board a small dinghy for a scenic journey through a canyon carved deep in the sandstone cliffs. Arrive at the colorful village of Hrensko at the confluence of the Kamenice and Labe rivers. Stroll around the former 15th-century trading post, before your return transfer to Prague.

Prague: Old Town Hall & Astronomical Clock Entrance Ticket

3. Prague: Old Town Hall & Astronomical Clock Entrance Ticket

The Old Town Hall is located on the Old Town Square and was established in 1338 as the seat of the Old Town administration. The complex consists of 5 buildings. The dominant part of the building is a Gothic tower with a chapel and a unique astronomical clock, where every hour between 9:00 AM and 11:00 PM, the twelve apostles rotate. Start your tour on the first floor, where the staterooms are located. Continue to the Gothic chapel of the Virgin Mary and the ceremonial halls. Afterwards, use the staircase leading to the third floor to the viewing gallery of the 70-meter tall tower and enjoy the most amazing views of Prague. A guided visit of the Old Town Hall medieval underground is included in your entrance ticket, so make sure not to miss out!

Prague: Historic City Center Bus Tour

4. Prague: Historic City Center Bus Tour

See the best of Prague from an open-top bus, and enjoy panoramic views of all the most famous sights. Depart from near the Old Town Square, where you can admire the Astronomical Clock. Continue through the oldest part of the city, admiring the cobblestone streets that radiate in all directions. Highlights of the Old Town include the Municipal House on the site of the old Royal Court. Marvel at the mosaics on its façade, considered by many to be the most beautiful building in the city. See the sights of the Josefov district, the former Jewish Ghetto of Prague. Completely surrounded by the Old Town, its landmark monuments include the Old-New Synagogue and 19th-century Spanish Synagogue with its Moor-inspired exterior. Pass Prague’s oldest surviving Gothic building at the St. Agnes Monastery. See national monuments, such as the State Opera House and New Town Hall. Admire the bridges over the Vltava River, including the famous Charles Bridge. Upon arrival in the Prague Castle district, enjoy a 30 or 40-minute break for a short stroll around the famous landmarks. Go to the Loreta pilgrimage site. Marvel at the extraordinary architecture of the Dancing House. Other landmarks you will pass on the tour include the National Museum, Rudolfinum Music Hall, and Powder Tower. Along the way, you will learn the history of the city and its famous landmarks from a pre-recorded commentary in your native language, available in 26 different languages (Arabic, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, and Vietnamese).

Lobkowicz Palace and Prague Castle Entrance Tickets

5. Lobkowicz Palace and Prague Castle Entrance Tickets

Explore the majestic Lobkowicz Palace at Prague Castle on an informative and entertaining tour. The audio guide is narrated by members of the Lobkowicz family. Wander around the 22 art-laden rooms at your own leisure gawking at the world-famous art and historical artifacts. Marvel at paintings by Canaletto and Velázquez, see musical scores written by Mozart and Beethoven, and take delight in centuries-old decorative arts.  Discover the highlights at Prague Castle. Visit St. Vitus Cathedral, the biggest church in Prague. See the Old Royal Palace, the original seat of the Czech kingdom. Explore St. George´s Basilica and Golden Lane, the picture-perfect alleyway of cottages that once housed the Castle´s servants, goldsmiths, and soldiers.

From Prague: Bohemian and Saxon Switzerland Day Trip

6. From Prague: Bohemian and Saxon Switzerland Day Trip

Your local guide will pick you up from your Prague accommodation early in the morning. Enjoy the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle while learning about Czech culture, history and the main highlights on your way towards the national park. Taste snacks and enjoy beverages throughout the entire day.  Enjoy an abundance of time to admire the filming sites of the 'Chronicles of Narnia' movie in a group of a maximum of 10 persons. Spend an unforgettable day in the Bohemian and Saxon Switzerland National Park, one of the unique natural reserves in Europe, by choosing one of the following Tour options:  Hiking Tour is the right choice if you want to see the main highlights of both National Parks. Visit two countries in one day. The first destination is the magnificent Bastei Bridge. Feast on the breathtaking views of the Elbe river canyon, surrounded by unique sandstone rock formations. Then enjoy the rolling landscape full of tiny German villages and famous table mountains. The following hike brings you near the main symbol of Bohemian Switzerland - the Pravcicka Gate - the largest sandstone arch in Europe. After tasting the rich local cuisine (lunch included), sail on gondola-style boats through the soothing Kamenice river gorge (12-hour 10-kilometer active hike). Fantasy Highlights Tour brings together the two main fantasy filming sites of the region. Visit the Saxon Switzerland and walk across the magnificent Bastei bridge and visit Neurathen Castle ruins. Cross to Bohemian Switzerland and adore the amazing views from Sneznik lookout tower. Enjoy a tasty lunch (included) in a local restaurant and continue to experience Narnia while hiking through the sandstone labyrinth of Tyssa Walls (10-hour 9-kilometer moderate hike).  Winter Tour is an ideal choice for an active winter visit to the region. Marvel at the beauty of snow-covered sandstone towers. Stroll across the Bastei Bridge to reach the medieval ruins of Neurathen Castle. Enjoy the Pravcicka Gate during the season pictured in Narnia. Hot beverages and a lunch in a local restaurant (included) will help you regain all your energy (10-hour 7-kilometer moderate hike).

Prague: Evening Vltava River Eco Cruise with Prosecco

7. Prague: Evening Vltava River Eco Cruise with Prosecco

Take a relaxing cruise through Prague and watch the cityscape pass you by. Enjoy the panoramic views, along with a glass of fine prosecco and some snacks. Interactive guides are available to use on board, as well as printed guides in 16 languages.   See the pillars of Charles Bridge up close, and admire the view of Prague Castle from the river. Cruise past the Straka Academy, the seat of the Czech government. See the Civic Swimming Pool, Prague Metronome, the Rudolfinum concert hall, and the Old Town.

Prague: Guided Electric Trike City Highlights Tour

8. Prague: Guided Electric Trike City Highlights Tour

Journey through Prague on a Harley trike — ideal for travelers with limited time. Cover all the must-sees on this panoramic sightseeing tour with a local guide. Meet your guide in Prague and set off through Letna Park, the castle area, Lesser Town, the Jewish Quarter, and Old and New Town. Ride along the riverbank of the Vltava and see the best parks. Pass by the city's iconic monuments, like Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral, and Strahov Monastery. On your trikes, you'll effortlessly climb up to the highest points of the city, Letna and Petrin Hills, and observe Prague from the best viewpoints.  Then, see the famous Dancing House and National Theatre, and leave your signature on John Lennon Wall. Finally, ride under Charles Bridge, an ancient icon of the city.

Prague: 1.5-Hour Beer Bike Tour

9. Prague: 1.5-Hour Beer Bike Tour

Enjoy unlimited Czech tap beer or prosecco wine on the largest beer bike in the city. If you are interested in the open bar with unlimited beer, prosecco wine and cider for your tour, you can have it for only 50 EUR extra. The tour will take about 1.5-hours. One bike has a capacity from 5 up to 16 persons. There will be two bikes available for this season.  An experienced sober driver and charming hostess will always be at your hand to serve you the drinks. Play your own music and sing all the way along. The beer bike has its own electric pedal assistance, adjustable seats, party lights and umbrellas in case of rain. You will be shown an area beloved the most by locals with a stunning view of the whole city. Ride the 4 kilometer route past Stromovka Park and you will pass the Sparta Prague Premier League football stadium and continue onto the magnificent Letna Park with breathtaking views of the city and its many bridges spanning the Vltava River. There will be several surprises waiting for you on your tour through one of the most beautiful parks in Prague.

Prague: Hop-on Hop-Off Historical Tram Ticket for Line 42

10. Prague: Hop-on Hop-Off Historical Tram Ticket for Line 42

Travel back in time as you ride past Prague's most iconic sites aboard the historic 'Line 42' trams. The trams running on this route date back to the era of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and up to the 1960s. See some of the city's most beautiful attractions, including the Vltava river, Prague Castle, Náměstí Republiky, Powder Gate, and Wenceslas Square along your route. Enjoy the freedom to hop off whenever a site catches your eye and explore the city to its fullest. Line 42 tram route: Dlabačov – Pohořelec – Brusnice – Pražský hrad – Královský letohrádek – Malostranská – Právnická fakulta – Čechův most – Dlouhá třída – Náměstí Republiky – Masarykovo nádraží – hlavní nádraží (please be aware that not all trams go via hlavní nádraží station) – Jindřišská – Václavské náměstí – Vodičkova – Lazarská – Národní třída – Národní divadlo – Újezd – Hellichova – Malostranské náměstí – Malostranská – Královský letohrádek – Pražský hrad – Brusnice – Pohořelec – Dlabačov

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What people are saying about Prague

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It was totally worth it! The tickets includes the visit to the tower and medieval dungeon guided tour! All you have to do, reach the tower at around 9:00! At the 3rd floor, you can show the booking voucher and they will give a ticket for the same! Visit the tower and get back to 1st floor, from where the medieval tour starts! The tour has fixed timings! The english tour starts at 10. So reach there by 10 and show the ticket and tour starts! Very convenient option! Totally worth it!

We only stayed in Prague for a short time, but we really wanted to see this place. It was worth it!! From the driver who presented us all the important aspects from Prague to Terezin, until the guided tour inside the concentration camp. The whole experience was fascinating! However, it is a sad memory of our history, but everyone should be aware of it…

This was an amazing and thorough tour. We were lucky enough to have no one else sign up for the tour so my husband and I had the wonderful tour guide, Dana, to ourselves. It was really cool that she had pictures of how things used to look and how they have changed over the years to supplement the different sights.

This was unexpected and a lot of fun. We thought it would be a history tour, but it is more of a game that we really enjoyed. My husband enjoyed it so much that he went back the next day to do another VR experience.

This was unexpected and a lot of fun. We thought it would be a history tour, but it is more of a game that we really enjoyed. I enjoyed it so much that I went back the next day to do another VR experience.