Ghosts and Legends of Old Town
Discover the thrilling secrets hidden in the depths of Old Town. Prague is considered a place filled with a rich history and culture complemented by amazing architecture and friendly people. The city has grown into one of the most frequented tourist destinations in Europe. While roaming the city and witnessing its popular sites like the Charles Bridge and Prague Castle is certainly an amazing experience, taking a stroll through some of the narrower and not-so-famous streets of Old Town is bound to send chills down your spine with every step.
- Visit the house of death and listen to its tragic stories told by a local guide and storyteller.
- Explore the mystical Alchemist’s Lair.
- Visit streets that host a procession of ghosts.
Why You Shouldn’t Miss This
If you are a fan of horror flicks, mysteries, or supernatural beings that inhabit ancient cities, you have come to the perfect place. As you walk away from the Old Town Square after sunset, the cacophony of the bustling streets of Prague fades into the night.
You will be led through localities that were once the impoverished core of the city. Poverty, plague, and talk of strange conjurers were common. Stories abound of ghosts and spirits that roam these streets under the blanket of darkness. Murderers and shady alchemists once roamed free in these winding, cobbled lanes. Some say these demonic beings still wander about in certain areas. Are these just baseless myths or is there some truth to the legends? Find out for yourself by venturing into the heart of Prague’s most chilling streets.
Couple the beautiful architecture of Old Town and the eerie stories that your guide will tell you on the tour; what you get is a simply irresistible opportunity that is sure to terrify and thrill you in the best of ways.
Walk through the dark parts of Prague. You will tread through narrow, gloomy, cobbled streets and winding lanes that twist and turn; lanes that the locals claim to be haunted. You will be taken far away from the thoroughfares of life and into the world of the guide’s dark tales.
While it may seem like the whole tour will scare the living daylights out of you, that is not quite true. Nobody is going to jump out from a corner unexpectedly and make you scream. There are no jump scares during this tour. The guide will rely on the eerie atmosphere of the place and some informative, entertaining, and terrifying storytelling to create the sort of fear that slowly envelopes you instead of abruptly scaring you. The alchemist’s lair is a fascinating place that once housed people who claimed they could fuse chemistry and magic to make miracles happen. The procession of ghosts is no less intriguing. This is a tour like no other; one that you cannot afford to miss.
- A guide, who will also serve as your storyteller on the tour
Know Before You Go
The tour will be available on a daily basis. It will commence from 7 PM all year long, and from 9 PM from April 1st to October 31st. The tour will last for a period of 75 minutes, and is not available on 24th, 25th, and 31st December.
Trips & Tickets, Tynska 7, Prague 1.
Super Flexible Cancellation Policy
You may cancel up to 48 hours in advance for a full refund.
How to Use Your Tickets
You will receive an email with your mobile voucher instantly after your purchase. There is no need to print. Please display the tickets on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the meeting point at Trips & Tickets, Tynska 7, Prague 1.
By metro: Nearest metro station: Starometska Walk around 500m, onto Tynska. The destination will be on the left.
Directions from the Astronomical Clock: First, cross the Old Town Square towards Tyn Cathedral. Facing the Tyn Cathedral take the narrow lane (Tynska) between the Cathedral and the pink baroque building – Kinsky palace. Once you get behind Tyn Cathedral turn to left and you will come across the Prague Trips & Tickets sign.
Only valid for the same day and time selected at the time of booking.
This tour does not enter any interior, it will take you around the lanes and alleys of Prague’s Old Town.