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An Introduction to Prague

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Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?

    Daily

  • Duration

    2 hours

  • Start time

    11:00, 14:00

  • Meeting Point
    Republic Square 3 (The yellow kiosk of Prague Sightseeing Tours & Cityrama)
  • Ending Point

    The tour ends at Old Town Square

Key Highlights

  • This two hour tour provides the perfect introduction to Prague and will help you decide what to go back and explore in more detail
  • The tour is led by a local expert guide

Overview

Prague’s fascinating history and modern character come alive in this two-hour coach tour.

Feel the cosmopolitan electricity when you drive through Wenceslas Square and admire the classical grandeur of the National Theatre, where Prague’s stars of the stage shine.

See the resplendent Prague Castle reflected in the Vlatava River and cross the statue-lined Charles Bridge.

Learn about the history of the city’s old Jewish ghetto and view the oldest existing synagogue in Europe.

Drive through the Old Town Square, where ancient churches rise in Gothic splendor and apostles count the hours on the astronomical clock of the Old Town Hall.

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Itinerary

To join the tour please proceed your way to Republic Square 3 (The yellow kiosk of Prague Sightseeing Tours & Cityrama) from there board an air-conditioned coach for this Prague grand city tour.

You will see the following sites of Prague from the window of your coach in this compelling two-hour tour:

Wenceslas Square: Anchored by the main neo-Renaissance

Prague Castle: Originally built from timber with soil ramparts in 870 AD, Prague’s most defining landmark has fallen into ruin and been rebuilt numerous times in its 1100 year history.

National Theatre: Situated on the banks of the Vlatava River and looking out over the Prague Castle, the National Theatre is a prominent cultural landmark, playing host to performances of opera, ballet, and drama.

Lesser Town: Government buildings and restaurants are interspersed with historical churches and palaces.

Charles Bridge: Completed in 1400, this stone bridge spans the Vltava River and is decorated by an alley of 30 statues and statuaries.

Former Jewish Quarter: The history of Prague’s former Jewish ghetto stretches back to the 12th century and is the site of the oldest extant synagogue in Europe, the Old-New Synagogue.

Old Town Square: This square housed the city’s central marketplace in the late 12th century and still boasts magnificently preserved buildings and churches from that era.

Your tour ends in the Old Town Square.

Inclusions

  • Transportation in an air-conditioned coach
  • Multi-lingual Guide (English and German speaking)
  • Audio guide in 26 languages (Czech, German, English, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Greek, French, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Magyar, Turkish, Portuguese, Romanian, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Dutch, Polish, Hebrew, Slovene, Croatian, Arabic, Vietnamese)

Exclusions

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Meals and drinks

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Please note

Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details

This tour is guided MULTILINGUALLY, that means this tour accompanied in English and German language, maybe 3rd language possible.

Additional info

The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have

Customer Reviews

  • Ayhan Gedik

    Wonderfull Tour of the City Very Comprehensive

    Turkey 06/23/2015
  • SUNIL NARULA
    Good Trip with a very nice Guide

    Though it was a cold Day - a nice trip with a recorded English commentary...

    India 12/10/2013
  • Gary S Pickering
    Quaint and friendly

    Very clean and staff extremely helpful and obliging. Warm in winter. Comfortable bed. Staff had very good English. Cetrally located very close to old square and the not to be...

    Australia 01/28/2012

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