City of hundreds of spires in 4 hours with a private guide
This tour is especially designed for those people who have a limited time in Prague and who don't want to miss a single thing while they're here! This tour combines all the other introductory tours. While walking on Prague's cobble stone streets you will see and learn about all the major sights of both the right and left Vltava riverbanks such as famous Charles Bridge, the Castle Area, largest castle complex in the World, synagogues of the former Jewish Quarter, Astronomical Clock from year 1410, Charles University, the oldest one in central Europe, baroque palaces of European nobility below the Castle, local markets and narrow alleyways of medieval city. This tour can be arranged as partly walking and partly driving version, ask me for detailes.
Sights to see in 2 hours on the right river bank: Astronomical Clock, Charles University, Jewish Quarter - Josefov, former Jesuit College - Clementinum, King's Way, Charles Bridge, Municipal House, the Powder Tower, Betlehem Chapel, Wenceslas Square - the scene of Velvet Revolution.
Sights to see in 2 hours on the left river bank: Kampa Island, Lennon Wall, Little Quarter, St. Nicholas Church, Jesus Child of Prague, Prague Castle Complex, St. Vitus Cathedral
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 4 hours
The tour is walking, with using of safe and frequent public transportation. Driving version is possible to make upon our arrangment. Ask me for details in case you are interested in combination of walking and driving tour.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1000 CZK - snacks, drinks, souvenirs, optional entrance fees to interiors or fee for public transportation per person
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Even though the weather was raining for half of the time Dagmar still managed to show us a lot of the sites in good spirits. We learned a great deal about the history ancient and modern which was very interesting for us. We would recommend this friendly and helpful guide to other visitors.