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Grand City Tour Of Prague

Tour code: 245-960
  • Available: Daily
  • Depart from: Prague, Czech Republic
  • Duration: 3 Hours
  • Language: English
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To see the main historic places and monuments in Prague in only 3 hours. Visit Wenceslas Square, National Theatre, Charles Bridge, Belvedere, Lesser Town...

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Day 1 Prague

After guests have been picked up from the specified departure location, we will begin this tour of Prague. Over the course of a few hours, we will see the most famous historic places and monuments in the city.

We will begin at the vicinity of the Estates Theatre, in the Old Town. We will see these attractions on a minibus for the first part of the tour: We will pass by the National Theatre where we will see a marvellous view of the panorama of Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge, Rudolfinum, the Powder Gate, the Wenceslas Square, the centre of the New Town, the Charles Square, and the renowned Dancing House (Fred and Ginger). Afterwards we will cross the Jirasek Bridge to be enchanted by the Lesser Quarter, dominated by the Saint Nicholas Church.We will go across the Jewish Town, along the oldest synagogue in Europe to the Old Town Square.

Then we will start our walk along the Prague Castle. We will be welcomed by the Soldiers of elite Prague Castle Guard at the gates. The ceremonial Changing of the Guard including a fanfare and the flag ceremony. We will also see the Saint Vitus Cathedral, where the Czech Crown Jewels are kept and King Charles IV, father of the country, is buried. The tour will come to an end in Prague Castle. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

Prague has been an important city for 1,100 years. It is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic, features more than ten museums, and its historic city center is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  • Wenceslas Square is one of the largest open public spaces in Prague, a cultural and business center for one of Europe's most beautiful cities. The notable landmarks are the statue of St. Wenceslas and the exquisite National Museum of Prague.
  • This national monument to Czech art, culture, and music was opened in 1881. Since then, it has held performances by some of the country's most influential and significant musicians and orchestras.
  • The Charles Bridge links Prague's Old Town district with the Prague Castle areas, and was once the only way to cross the Vltava River in the city center. During the day, the bridge is lined with street artists and performers.
  • This historic district of Prague, known locally as the Mala Strana, was in the past the center of the city's ethnic German population. It was home to a large number of noble palaces.
  • This lovely Baroque Roman Catholic church was built between 1704 and 1755. It was completed under the leadership of Killian Ignaz Dientzenhofer, who took over the project from his father, Christoph Dientzenhofer.
  • This public square in the heart of Prague's historic Old Town displays some excellent examples of Gothic and baroque architecture; for example, the square's two major churches, Tyn Church and St. Nihcolas Church, each showcase one of these styles.
  • This massive palatial complex in Prague serves as the official residence of the President of the Czech Republic. It is the largest ancient castle in the world with a total area of 70,000 square-meters.

*Return time is an estimate and varies based on traffic and weather conditions.





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