First time in Prague? Find out all the major landmarks with your local private guide
There are so many things and buildings to see in Prague. And if you are coming for the first time or you do not have many days to spent but you want to see it all! What to do and what to see? In this four hour tour you will not miss anything important: Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, Jewish quarter, Wenceslas Square, Republic Square, and the Old Town Square with the Astronomical clock.
Be guided in the one hundred spire city by a Prague born guide who tells you about the development of Prague, about the beautiful buildings built in the span of 1000 years, and also about the Czech culture and present life.
This is a walking tour, but we can use public transportation as well.
This is "getting to know Prague" tour. We cover the whole city center with the most important landmarks.
I pick you up at your hotel and then we stay in the city center. We find Old Town Square, Republic Square, Prague Castle, Jewish quarter, Wenceslas Square, Charles Bridge.
The tour ends in the city center.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: your hotel or city center
End location: The tour ends in the city center at the Old Town Square
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 not included)
local guide - Prague born and raised, lives here with her family, knows the culture and history
Estimated Local Cash Needed
250 CZK - 32 CZK - tram ticket if wanted, the rest for drink and snack if needed
tram up to the caste (optional)
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This is our first visit to Prague. We knew nothing of its history and have learned so much today. Lenka is warm, friendly and clearly passionate about her country. She would give us a chunk of history, let us mull it over, than answer our many questions. We would recommend Lenka's private tour to our friends and family, and we can't say better than that. Many thanks for a most informative and interesting few hours. Best wishes Sarah and Andy.