Explore Old & New Prague: rich architecture, Wallenstein Garden and the 1989 Velvet Revolution
Are you in Prague for a short time? If so, this is the right tour for you. Let's get acquainted with my beautiful city.
Visit Prague Castle, the residence of our presidents and kings before them, and its St. Vitus Cathedral. In the Lesser Town, admire the rich baroque architecture and Wallenstein Garden (only in the summer). Walk toward Lennon Wall, our symbol of resistance against the communist regime. Once we cross Charles Bridge, the oldest bridge in Prague, we will make our way through the Old Town of Prague. The Astronomical Clock, the most admired site in Old Town Square is something I can't let you miss. From there, we can see the Jewish Quarter.
But this tour wouldn't be complete without a visit to Wenceslas Square, in the New Town of Prague, where many historical and political events happened, such as demonstrations against the communist regime and the 1989 Velvet Revolution.
This tour does not include visits to any interiors, so no entrance fees are required.
Prague Castle, Lesser Town, Wallenstein Garden (only in the summer), Lennon Wall, Charles Bridge, the Old Town of Prague, the Astronomical Clock, Old Town Square, Jewish Quarter, Wenceslas Square, New Town of Prague.
If you would like to see anything else in Prague, do not hesitate to contact me :-).
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At your Hotel, or Malostranská metro station in Prague
End location: Wenceslas Square in Prague
Duration: 4 hours
metro, tram and walking
Estimated Local Cash Needed
300 Czech Crown - The price of one ticket for public transportation, that is valid 30 minutes, cost 24 CZK.
During our walking tour you can also buy "trdelník", traditional eastern and central European pastry. Its cost varies from 50 to 70 CZK. Snacks like baguettes or sandwiches cost around 60CZK, and beverages cost from 60 to 100 CZK (depends on the place).
You do not need to pay any extra money for visiting courtyards of Prague Castle.
I am not a driver guide in Prague but I can arrange transportation upon request. I am able to accomodate my Prague tours for disabled people on wheel chairs, slower walking people with walkers or mobility scooters.
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Vojtěch led us on a superb walking tour of Prague. When the wait at the castle lasted longer than anticipated, he volunteered to add time on the end of the tour. We appreciated it greatly. Vojtěch is very knowledgeable about his city and communicated well in English. This young man will be going places.