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Prague Lunch Cruise - With Transportation

Tour code: 345-960
  • Available: Daily (Mar 21 - Nov 3); Fri, Sat, Sun (Nov 4 - Mar 20)
  • Depart from: Prague, Czech Republic
  • Duration: 2 Hours
From USD$44.24

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See the Beautiful Landmarks of Prague as You Wind Down the Vlatva River Including Charles Bridge, Vysehrad Castle, the National Theatre and More! Deluxe Buffet Style Lunch; Musical Entertainment...

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  • In winter season all regular cruises in Prague will be operated with minimum of 6 people per departure. Customers may receive an alternative departure if the total customer number could not meet this requirement.

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Day 1 Prague

After guests have met at the specified departure location, we will embark on this tour. Today, we will enjoy lunch against a backdrop of Prague's most famous landmarks as an experienced guide points out various attractions. Over the course of this 2 hour cruise, we will be treated to a buffet-style lunch aboard a cruise ship that departs near the Cech Bridge and continues down the river, providing exquisite views of the city's most notable landmarks, including Prague Castle, the Rudolfinum, St. Nicholas Church, the Charles Bridge, the National Theater, Emauzy Church, and Vysehrad. Afterwards, when we return to land, this tour will come to an end. 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.

  • This arch bridge in Prague crosses over the Vltava River. It was opened in 1908 and designed in an Art Nouveau style. The pillars were built with stone while the arches with iron.
  • 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.
  • This auditorium in Prague was designed in a Neo-Renaissance style in 1885. It has served as the home of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra since 1946. It also contains a gallery of contemporary art.
  • 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.
  • 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 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.
  • One of Prague's lesser known attractions, this monastery features some of the city's most interesting architecture, including the sharp spires that rise from the hillside, which were added to the centuries-old church in the 1960s.
  • The name of this building complex is the Czech for "upper castle" because the structure sits on a hill overlooking the Vltava River. The cemetery onsite houses the remains of some of the city's most famous residents.

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





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