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Prague: Museum of Senses Admission Ticket

1. Prague: Museum of Senses Admission Ticket

Explore more than 50 exhibits in 17 rooms at the Museum of Senses in Prague and enjoy an interactive art experience that will awaken all of your senses at once. You’ll begin your adventure just around the corner from the renowned Wenceslas​ Square where the museum is located. After entering through a gigantic green gate, your journey will begin by traversing a dark tunnel to all kinds of bizarre experiences. You’ll pass through a jungle where water flows upwards, stand on the top of a skyscraper, and enter a desert of mind-blowing optical illusions, including a 3D Stable room and a bewildering vortex tunnel.  You can also explore the world-famous 'AMES room’ of distorted perceptions and dance to music in the infinity mirror room. The Museum of Senses is a friendly and interactive concept that encourages you to take as many pictures as you like and broadcast live videos to your family and friends.

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

2. 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. John of Nepomuk, and the Chapel of St. Wenceslas. Next, enter the Old Royal Palace. Stand under the massive vaulted ceiling of the Vladislav Hall. Enter the chamber where the Defenestration of Prague occurred. Here the Czech Protestant aristocrats threw the Catholic governors of the Habsburg emperor and their secretary out the window, starting the Thirty Years War. Visit the Basilica of St. George. The stone walls and design of the basilica offer a counterpoint to the grandiosity of the castle. See the fragments of 12th-century frescoes and then walk up the double staircase where the remains of St. Ludmila lie.  Walk along the Golden Lane. The cottages in this alley were originally built for the castle’s sharpshooters, but later housed goldsmiths. In later centuries artists like Franz Kafka lived there. Examine the reconstructed workshops and homes of the Golden alley. See how the working people of Prague lived in the shadow of the castle.

From Prague: Křivoklát Castle & Glassworks Visit with Lunch

3. From Prague: Křivoklát Castle & Glassworks Visit with Lunch

Start the tour by departing from Prague in the morning, choosing to include hotel pickup by selecting the relevant option when booking. Then, travel through the beautiful landscape of Central Bohemia for approximately 1 hour in a comfortable air-conditioned minibus with refreshments and WiFi available onboard. Arrive at Křivoklát Castle, one of the oldest Czech royal castles, established in 1230. First, visit the amazing Gothic Chapel, the infamous Dungeon and Torture Chambers full of gruesome instruments, the monumental tower, and the King's Palace. Spend about 1.5 hours discovering the most important parts of the castle. After the guided tour, have the option to visit another castle tower where the famous medieval alchemist Edward Kelly was imprisoned in the 16th century. Also, check out the beautiful shop filled with traditional Czech products. Then, continue the tour with a 1.5-hour drive to the stunning glasswork factories in Nižbor. Here, you can admire the art of traditional Czech crystal glass-blowing and discover the skills of the craftspeople which have been passed down through the generations. During the English guided tour, see some glass in production and find out about the entire process from blowing and breaking to grinding and polishing. Enjoy the opportunity to purchase amazing glass products in the shop at discounted prices.  After this, savor a tasty lunch in a cozy local restaurant. Enjoy fantastic traditional Bohemian-style food with a modern twist. Also, enjoy the chance to taste some local beer or wine. Finally, return to Prague by about 4 PM. Include hotel drop-off by selecting the relevant option when booking

Prague: Day Trip to Karlovy Vary and St. Maurus Reliquary

4. Prague: Day Trip to Karlovy Vary and St. Maurus Reliquary

Enjoy a full-day guided trip to Karlovy Vary, the most renowned and historical Czech spa town, with a visit to Moser Glassworks and the incredible reliquary of St. Maurus in Bečov Castle.  Travel from Prague for about 2 hours in a comfortable air-conditioned minibus to Karlovy Vary. This town was founded as early as 1370 by the mighty and powerful Czech emperor Charles IV and has 13 main hot springs and more than 300 smaller springs. Visit the town center’s ornamental spa buildings before visiting the most powerful spring, Vřídlo, which rises from a depth of 3000 meters and reaches a temperature of 73°C.   Then, visit the headquarters and museum of Moser Glassworks, one of the most famous glass manufacturers in Europe, founded in 1857. See breathtaking samples of contemporary and historical art glass exhibits and see how these articles are made.  After lunch in a charming local restaurant, continue on to the castle of Loket nad Ohří, a stunning medieval place that has been underestimated and forgotten. Admire the massive castle and the unique locations that became popular again through their appearance in the James Bond film “Casino Royale”. Finally, it’s time for the highlight of the tour. St. Maurus’s reliquary (a container for relics), housed inside Bečov Castle, is considered one of the most important historical items in the country and a priceless part of Czech cultural heritage. This is truly a sight to behold.  After admiring this priceless piece of history, you’ll return to Prague for about 7:00 PM.

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What people are saying about Prague

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 427 reviews

Hi guys, So we booked this tour on the train ride to Prague as we really wanted someone to narrate the experience of the Castle for us. We had 2 hours to browse through all offer and this seemed the most fitting for us. It was exactly as described in the other reviews, but BETTER! Hanna was an excellent host. As our tour was on 1st April, she even showed us the Royal Gardens (not included). We had a private tour and Hanna was lovely, answered all our questions not only about history and fun facts but also about life in Prague, current events - she was very knowledgeable, friendly and very well prepared with interesting history and cultural bits, adapted for us and our level of knowledge on European history (she gave us the option to choose from more intro-type of facts to more in-depth version, which we loved!). I would definitely recommend taking this tour if you want the experience of the castle and cathedral. Best investment we made and we really felt immersed in the experience!

I was the only person who booked the tour in English that day and so I ended up getting a one on one tour led by Ross which was awesome. The tour itself was interesting and informative and Ross knew all the places that he wanted to take me and it was also fun to just chat to a local and ask questions about Prague and Czech Republic.

Great tour. We were a group of twenty people, our guide picked us up at the hotel, and guide us to the Castle. She was very knowledgeable, Friendly and made this tour one to remember

Yanna was an amazing tour guide. I was lucky to be the only person on the tour, so I got to hear a lot of history. I recommend her!

Our guide Jana was very informative and accommodating.