Prague is full of amazing sights and our tours will help you to discover the best of them. Visit the charming Old Town Square with it outstanding historical architecture and marvel at the famous Astronomical Clock and the Gothic Tyn Church with its distinctive twin spires. Walk across the Charles Bridge, the beautiful Gothic stone bridge from 1357 which is one of the most visited places in Prague.Explore more
Immerse yourself in history at the Prague Castle complex dating from the 9th century which was a seat of power for kings of Bohemia and emperors of Holy Roman Empire. Or admire the Charles University, founded in 1348 by Bohemian King and Roman Emperor Charles IV. and the Estate Theatre where W. A. Mozart himself conducted the world premiere of his Don Giovanni in 1787. The history of Prague awaits you!
In this tour we will show you the biggest historical highlights of the Prague Old Town. You will visit Strahov Monastery founded in 12th century, the Prague Castle (the residence of Czech kings and presidents) with St. Vitus Cathedral and the Royal Palace, the picturesque colorful street called the Golden Lane, charming quarter of Lesser Town, famous Charles Bridge and Old Town Square with its famous Astronomical Clock.
During this tour you will pass through the whole castle complex. You will visit the Gothic interior of St. Vitus Cathedral built in the 14th century and see the St. Wenceslas Chapel where the Czech crown jewels are kept. You can climb up the stairs to the top of the cathedral tower and admire Prague from the bird´s perspective. The tour continues to the former Royal Palace and to the oldest place of Prague Castle, the Romanesque St. George´s Basilica from the 10th century, and finishes in the famous Golden Lane.
All around the Old Town Square you can admire buidlings from the Middle Ages and the Baroque period. On the Old Town Hall you will see the Prague Orloj - a medieval astronomical clock from 1410, the oldest working tower clock in the world. The tour will also lead you to the building of Charles University (founded in 1348), the Estate Treatre, the Republic square with the Powder Tower and the Municipal House and the famous Wenceslas Square.
If you are interested in art and architecture, Prague is just the place to be. Discover the development of architecture throughout the more than 1000 years of Prague history, from the Middle Ages to the unique modern buildings such as the Žižkov Tower or the Dancing House.Explore more
During this tour you will visit the Prague National Jewish Museum, one of the largest museums in the world. The part of the museum tour is the Old Jewish Cemetery and Maisel, Spanish, Klaus and Pinkas synagogues which each hold a different exhibit about the history of Jews in Bohemia. You can also see the Old-New Synagogue from the 13th century, the Europe's oldest active synagogue.
The Art Nouveau style influenced the architecture and art in Prague in the beginning of the 20th century. Alfons Mucha is one of the most famous Czech representatives of this movement. Our tour will show you the most outstanding buildings influenced by this style, for example the Municipal House or the beautifully decorated houses in the Paris Street. The tour ends in the Mucha Museum where you can see the sketches of his famous cycle Slav Epic and many other works.
This tour will show you the development of Prague architecture over more than 1000 years of its history, from the Romanesque rotundas, Gothic cathedrals, Renaissance palaces and Baroque buildings, to the neo-historicism, cubism, art Nouveau and finally new marvels of the modern architecture. Each architectural epoch left its prints on the Prague´s face and we can find examples of all styles in a small area.
If you are interested in visiting other beautiful places beside Prague you can try one of our day trips. Taste the healing mineral water, visit the Bone Church in Kutná hora or if you don’t want to travel far from Prague, take a short trip will take you to the Karlštejn Castle built in the 14th century which is surrounded by the forests of the Karlštejn National Nature Reserve.Explore more
This beautiful spa town in west Bohemia is one of the most famous spa centers in the Czech Republic. The city of Karlovy Vary was founded by King Charles IV in the 14th century and it’s known mostly for its twelve hot mineral springs. Admire the splendid colonnades or take a swim in the outdoor pool of the hotel Thermal with naturally warm water with healing effects. In June and July you can also visit the famous International Film Festival.
This Gothic fortress that was build by the French architect Matthew of Arras for the king Charles IV in 1348. It served as a place for the safekeeping of the Coronation Jewels and relics of saints. You can admire the majestic exterior and fortification of the castle. From its position on the top of the hill you can take in the magnificient view of the forests and meadows of the Karlštejn National Nature Reserve.
In this beautiful medieval town about 60 km eastward from Prague you can find an absolutely unique sight - the Bone Church (or the Ossuary), a chapel with decoration made from human bones. During the trip you can also visit the St. Barbara´s Cathedral with interesting wall paintings depicting the daily life of miners and workers in the royal mint, the Italian Court which formerly served as the Royal palace, and the Royal Mint from the end of the 13th century.
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