Explore the Czech Capital with your own Local Guide
This tour is an ideal introduction to the Czech capital. During your half-day walking tour, you'll be taken around the centre of the city described by 19th century philosopher Bernard Bolzano as "a city of a hundred towers".
Prepare to travel back in time as you will discover the Old Town Square, one of the oldest marketplaces in the city, and admire the historic Town Hall with the world-famous Astronomical Clock dating back to 1410.
You will then move forwards through the centuries as you visit the house of the famous Jewish writer Franz Kafka and continue into the Jewish Quarter, past the Old Cemetery and numerous synagogues. Prague is also a city of music and no visit would be complete without stopping by the Neo-Renaissance Rudolfinum auditorium, which is the home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra.
Additional highlights include Charles Bridge, the Lesser Quarter, dominated by Saint Nicholas Church, and Prague Castle. You'll also admire St. Vitus Cathedral, where the Czech Crown Jewels are kept.
Areas we will cover (starting on the top of the hill and walking downhill :-)
- Castle Town (Hradcany) and the Prague Castle complex and St. Vitus Cathdral
- Lesser Town (Mala Strana) - baroque palaces and gardens
- Medieval Charles Bridge (Karluv most)
- Old Town (Stare Mesto) - the Old Town Hall with its famous Astronomical Clock
- Jewish Town (Josefov)
- New Town (Nove Město) - Wenceslas Square area
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At your hotel or address in Prague.
End location: At your hotel, or up to you.
Duration: 4 hours
This is a walking tour.
To go up the hill to the Prague Castle we can use the tram from the city center (ticket included).
Estimated Local Cash Needed
400 CZK - Admissions for Prague Castle, food and drinks.
As a licensed guide, I have no restrictions.
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The best of the best! Thanks to Lukas we had an unforgettable visit of Prague and Karlovy Vary! 5 out of 5 for this wonderful guide! Thank you again, Ana