Prague Castle! St. Vitus Cathedral! Charles Bridge! The question is not if you see these sights. The question is if you see them and understand their purpose and past. Hear the stories these old walls can tell. Let us, therefore, tell you the story of the hearth of Europe on a relaxed walking tour.
Entry Tickets Included
- See Prague’s most popular sights on one comprehensive walking tour
- Step back in time at charming St. George’s Basilica
- Admire stunning views as you cross the Charles Bridge
- Get up close and personal with the John Lennon Wall
- Marvel at the magnificent architecture of St. Nicholas Church and St. Vitus Cathedral
- Explore the majestic grounds of Prague Castle with a knowledgeable local guide
Following up our morning walk, join your guide for the afternoon walk in the footsteps of Czech kings all the way to the Prague Castle. After a short tram ride we arrive to the Prague Castle. But we won’t see it just from the outside. Let your guide take you in. See its history better. Up close. Personal. We’ll go through all the most important buildings in the Castle – St. Vitus Cathedral, Old Royal Palace, St. George’s Basilica and a Golden Lane.
Walking down from the Castle, we’ll visit the Lesser Town. We’ll stop on the riverside, admiring great view of majestic Charles Bridge as well as checking out some contemporary art. Slowly moving towards the famous John Lennon’s Wall, you’ll see one of the most magnificent baroque churches in Prague – the church of St. Nicolas. Its majestic dome can be seen from most places in the city center.
Crossing over Kampa Island we’ll finally get to the majestic Charles Bridge, which was the only way across the river throughout the medieval ages. Your guide will walk you through its 650 year long history.
So don’t just aimlessly wander around. Let our professional guide share the amazing stories of the City of a Hundred Spires.
- Professional guide
- Prague Castle entry tickets
- Public transport tickets
- Gratuities (optional)
The meeting point for this tour is at the top of the Wenceslas Square in front of the statue of St. Wenceslas. Your guide is going to hold a lime green umbrella.