Grand City tour of Prague
Experience Prague in luxury, with this complete tour of the city. Explore the ancient Prague Castle, and its fusion of different architectural styles. Whether you are a connoisseur of fine brews, or someone who just enjoys a good drink, Staropramen brewery will not fail to get your taste buds tingling. Walk in the streets of Prague as you look at monuments that showcase the city’s rich heritage. Take a cruise on the glistening waters of the Vltava, as you indulge in the finest food and drink, to the accompaniment of live music.
- Explore the magnificent Prague Castle
- Visit the oldest brewery in Prague and enjoy some excellent beer on the house
- Enjoy a calming cruise on the Vltava river
- A buffet dinner under the walls of Vyšehrad or the Charles bridge awaits at the end of the tour
- Live music along with the dinner
Why You Shouldn’t Miss This
Prague is the largest city and the capital of the Czech Republic. It has been the hub of cultural, political and economic growth in Europe, and is a large part of its rich heritage. It was founded in the Roman era and continued to grow through several others such as the Gothic, the Renaissance, and the Baroque eras, making it a complete visual treat. It is home to the beautiful river Vltava, where you can have romantic cruises.
A World Heritage site recognised by UNESCO, the Prague Castle is the biggest medieval castle in the world. It covers a massive area nearing 70,000 square metres. Presently, it is the most enormous coherent castle complex in the world. The Prague Castle is a spectacular blend of delicate architectural styles spanning across a millennium. Ranging from 10 century Roman to modifications in the Gothic style of the 14th century, these walls contain delectable architectural flavours from several hundreds of years. Lovers of architecture and history are sure to fall in love with this world heritage site.
The second largest brewery in not only Prague but also in the Czech republic, the Staropramen Brewery is located in the district of Smíchov in Prague. Indulge in the finest beers in the world as you sip on premium brews, on the house.
The Vltava is the longest river in Prague, at 430 kilometres. It spans more than half of the Bohemian region and around a third of of the Czech Republic. The famous Charles Bridge is built over Vltava, and is one of the most popular sites to visit in all of Czech Republic. Rich in architectural heritage, it makes for a stunning sight.
The Old Town Squares showcases several styles of architecture in the Gothic Church of Our Lady. The Prague Orloj, an astronomical clock constructed in medieval times, is located on the Old Town Hall. Installed in 1410, the astronomical clock is still in operation, the oldest one at that, and is the third oldest astronomical clock in the entire world. The Baroque St. Nicholas Church, which is in the town square, displays a panoramic sight of Old Town.
There is a free pick-up at the hotel you had mentioned during the purchase of the ticket. Alternatively, you can get to Václavské námestí 27, from where the tour bus will take you to the gates of Prague Castle. The entire tour, including the bus journey, is about 8.5 hours. You will experience a comprehensive tour of the vast history and rich culture of Prague.
Inside Prague Castle you will visit some of the most prominent monuments, including the Basilica of St. George, St. Vitus Cathedral, Old Royal Palace and a stroll through the Golden Lane. The entire castle complex gives a glimpse of the architecture of the Holy Roman and Bohemian Empires. Once the tour of the castle is done, you will take a bus ride to the famous Staropramen brewery. Learn the secrets of the Czech beer production with an audiovisual show.
After this, you will go to a popular beer bar to enjoy a few Czech delicacies and a couple of premium Czech beers. Once you are refreshed, you will go past the National Theatre and Dancing House along the river, all the way to the legendary Charles Bridge. The next stop is the Old Town Square that has served as the business hub of Prague for several centuries. Here you will see the legendary astronomical clock mounted on the southern wall of the Old Town Hall. Every hour, figures flanking the clock are set in motion. The ingenuity of the 15th-century clockmakers is marvellous to observe.
Finally, a river cruise on the Vltava awaits. Picturesque views of the Prague Castle, National Theatre and other monuments abound from your vantage point. Observing the beauty of Prague from the river is an exhilarating experience. You can enjoy a scrumptious dinner accompanied by a live musical performance on the water body beneath the Charles Bridge or Vysehrad. The tour concludes with the dinner, and you will be dropped off at your hotel by the tour bus.
- Buffet-style dinner
- Live music during dinner
- A professional tour guide
- Complimentary pick-up at hotel
- Drop off at the hotel after the cruise
- Visit to the Holy Cross Chapel in the castle complex
Know Before You Go
Monday to Sunday at 11.30
Duration: 8.5 hours
Super Flexible Cancellation Policy
You may cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund.
There was so much to see, so much to do and it was all paced very well. We didn't feel very exhausted and the cruise at the end is the perfect way to close out the day.
If you're a tourist in Prague, you cannot miss you on this experience. It covers the entire city and its highlights.
Nothing short of exquisite. Had never tried Czech cusine before and its pretty good.
How to Use Your Tickets
You will receive an email with your mobile voucher shortly. There is no need to print. A bus will pick you up from the hotel you’ve mentioned at 11:30 AM or alternatively, from Václavské námestí 27, at 11:30 AM and drop you off at the castle gates. Please display the tickets on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the time of pickup.
Complimentary pick-up from the hotel is available for the tour. At the end of the river cruise, you will be dropped back to your hotel. You must mention the location of your hotel during the time of booking. Otherwise, there will be no pick-up option, and you will have to reach the meeting point yourself.
Alternate Meeting point: Václavské námestí 27 By tram: Use tram no. 5 and get off at stop called Václavské námestí.
By metro: Take the metro-line A to station Václavské námestí. You can also take a metro upto station Muzeum on the metro-line C and walk about 500m to reach the meeting point.
Václavské námestí 27, Prague