Price from $80.00 per person
Known as the city of a hundred spires, Prague is a fantastic place for the sightseer. On every corner there is some beautiful building or famous monument to see and as we tour around on our comfortable bus you will get a great overview of the main sites. Relax as you are driven around and take in the lively atmosphere as people go about their daily business and tourists amble around.
Duration of tour: 2 hours
As we drive past Wenceslas Square contemplate the vibrant shops, restaurants and hotels that now stand in the place that was once the scene of a famous uprising in 1989. Admire the elegant National Theatre standing pride of place along the banks of the Vltava River and then catch a glimpse of possibly one of the most romantic spots in the city, the magnificent 14th century Charles IV Bridge, alive with the sounds of musicians, and street artists. Take in the Mala Strana, also known as the lesser or small town, one of Prague’s most picturesque districts with its quaint cobbled streets and baroque architecture. See the Old Town Square where the superb gothic Church of Our Lady before Tyn with its iconic spires is located and where you can gaze in wonder at the famous astronomical clock on the Town Hall. Then learn all about the Jewish quarter, scene of many sad events before going up to Prague Castle to enjoy the beautiful views.
- Transportation with live guide
Vltava River Cruise with Lunch
Price from $75.00 per person
Embark on a pleasure cruise that will open your eyes to the wonders of historic Prague from the vantage point of the Vltava River. Enjoy a wonderful buffet lunch, delightfully accompanied by music, as you drink in the sights of this stunning and culturally rich city. This will definitely whet your appetite to see more of this stunning location.
Duration of tour: 2 hours 30 mins
A bus will take you to the Vltava River where an air-conditioned pleasure boat awaits you. During the 2-hour cruise along the Vltava, with lunch served in the form of a buffet, accompanied by pleasant music, you will be offered a fantastic view of the river, lined with important buildings and historic monuments. You will see the Rudolfinum, home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, with its neo-Renaissance style architecture, as it stands on the banks of the river in the Jan Palach Square. Cast your eyes on the stunning Charles Bridge, a mighty causeway of almost 10 metres wide across the River creating a crossing from the old town to the Lesser Town of the city. The bridge, with its many statues and carvings, sits on a series of grand arches and is truly a sight to behold, with the majestic Prague Castle rising up behind. Let the gentle flow of water and the rhythm of the music relax you as you delight in the sights of this rich and diverse city.
- Buffet Lunch
- Boat Ride
Grand City Tour
Price from $60.00 per person
Get to know the most famous sights of Prague through this three-hour long excursion.
Duration of tour: 3 hours
From a comfort of our bus you will see the famous buildings like the National Museum and the National Theatre, the idyllic Lesser Town, and the Prague Castle. Followed by one-hour walking tour through the castle complex with Cathedral of St. Vitus. After a descent down the castle steps you will continue by bus around the Charles Bridge to Old Town Square with the famous Astronomical Clock and to the Wenceslas Square, where the excursion ends.
- Transportation by coach
- Service of a local guide
Price from $95.00 per person
Duration of tour: 4 hours 30 minutes
Karlštejn Castle is one of the most visited castles in the Czech Republic. Built by Charles IV between 1348 and 1355 it originally served to safeguard the imperial and royal treasure and the Crown jewels and served also as the archive of state documents. This gothic castle, enchanting you with its monumental architecture is situated about 38 km southwest of Prague. After climbing the hill, an hour lasting tour of the interiors awaits you. Your guide will acquaint you with not only the history of the castle, but also with the life of Charles IV and fine arts during his reign.
- Transportation by bus
- Local guide
- Entrance to Karlstejn Castle
Konopiště and Karlštejn Castle
Price from $185.00 per person
Visit two gems among Czech castles and chateaux in one day.
Duration of tour: 8 hours 30 minutes
Visit two gems among Czech castles and chateaux in one day. Konopiště Castle was founded in the 13th century and is well known for its fascinating collection of weapons and antique furniture. Karlštejn castle is from the 14th century and was founded by Charles IV, Czech king and Roman emperor. It served as a depository for the crown jewels and relics of saints. During this trip you will take a tour of the interiors of both castles with a local guide and enjoy free time in the castle town where you can have lunch.
- Free admission
Price from $100.00 per person
Explore a city of silver and a church of bones with this fascinating trip to the historical town of Kutná Hora. Founded in the 13th century, Kutná Hora was once the richest and most powerful city in Bohemia, famous for its silver mines. After suffering through war, fire and the exhaustion of the silver seams, Kutná Hora is once again celebrated as a Unesco World Heritage site for its beautiful architecture and historic importance, you will realize while walking through the historical centre of the town.
Duration of tour: 6 hours
Marvel at the incredible St. Barbara Cathedral and the Bone Chapel, once a mint and royal residence, one of the most famous Gothic buildings in the world, built in honour of the patron saint of miners. Inside, gaze up at the vaulted ceiling and beautiful frescoes depicting medieval life in the town. Then visit the former royal mint which once coined Prague groschen, the hard currency of Central Europe at the time. Learn about the role Kutná Hora played in the economic life of the country, so much so that King Wenceslas IV had his royal residence here. Then visit the Sedlec Ossuary - the Bone Chapel, where the entire interior is decorated with the bones of up to 70,000 people. Candelabras, chalices and coats of arms are just some of the eerie relics on display in this unique ossuary, which was constructed by a half-blind monk charged with exhuming the overflowing graveyard in the 14th century. There’s even a chandelier containing every bone in the human body. Make no bones about it, Kutná Hora’s magical old town atmosphere, stunning architecture and macabre history are a winning combination.
Price from $110.00 per person
Journey to the former military citadel of Theresienstadt, and see the scars war has left on the Czech soul. Travel by bus from your hotel in Prague and explore this small, picturesque town with a dark past. Today known as Terezin, it was the site of the notorious Theresienstadt Concentration Camp run by the Nazis during the World War II.
Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes
Be guided through the horrors of recent history and walked around the medieval fortress that was built by the Habsburg monarchy in the late 18th century at the banks of the Ohre River. Visit the barracks, patios and other rooms of the camp that were transformed by the Nazis. Learn about the daily life and the hardship of the unfortunate prisoners that were held here. Find out about the life of Gavrilo Princip, probably the most famous prisoner of the fortress. Get to know about the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and how it led to World War I. Visit his cell and hear the harsh conditions under which he was held from the official local guide. Explore the rest of the small town and wander through the moving Ghetto Museum and the intriguing Magdeburg Museum. Find here daily objects that prisoners have used during their imprisonment. Stroll over to the Jewish cemetery and come face to face with one of the saddest chapters of the last century, then finish the visit with a walk around the crematorium, where thousands of prisoners were incinerated. Learn about the horrors of the war by one of the most striking parts of the tour.
Prague by Night - Dinner Cruise
Price from $73.00 per person
Let yourself be enchanted by the beauty of Prague from the deck of the boat and enjoy a welcome drink at sunset while the Prague Castle panorama turns a deep orange colour.
Duration of tour: 3 hours
During the 3-hour cruise you can enjoy a choice of Czech and international dishes in the form of a buffet and listen to live music on board. You can also choose from a wide range of beverages (not included in the price). While cruising along the river, you will see the most famous sights of Prague – the Rudolfinum, Straka Academy, Dancing House and Vyšehrad – as they are gradually lit up. A little bit of excitement awaits you in the historic Smíchov locks.
- Buffet dinner
- Welcome drinks on the ship
Folklore Evening with Music and Dinner
Price from $81.00 per person
Allow yourself a taste of real Czech hospitality during this fun folklore party excursion. An evening of dinner, drinks and entertainment are in store for you, in a relaxed and informal atmosphere, where you can sit back and observe, or you can join in for some traditional dancing.
Duration of tour: 3 hours 30 minutes
Your every need is taken care of for this night of fun and folklore, so you can really appreciate the strong social element of Czech culture. A bus will take you to a typical Czech restaurant where you will be offered an aperitif before partaking of a traditional dinner with unlimited beer, wine or non-alcoholic drinks, and coffee to finish. Throughout the course of your meal, you will be able to enjoy a folklore programme of live music and dancing, with the chance to try out some dancing of our own! Creating a casual atmosphere, you will almost feel like you are at a local friends’ house for a night of conversation and laughter. At the end of a delightful evening, you will come away feeling as if you have had a night out in the style of a true local. You can relax into your evening knowing that your return journey back to Republic Square is taken care of, so no need to worry about making your own way back. All you have to do is eat, drink and be merry!
- Transportation by bus
Karlovy Vary day trip
Price from $155.00 per person
Discover the hidden charms of Karlovy Vary and find out for yourself why this historical city reaps in the crowds!
Duration of tour: 10 hours
Enjoy the chance to try out the healing properties of the springs that have attracted visitors since the 1700’s. Situated in the area of western Bohemia, Karlovy Vary has a history dating back to the Middle-Ages. With a long-established reputation as a spa town, it boasts 12 main springs, 300 smaller ones and the warm-water Tepla River. Legend tells that the healing qualities of the springs were first acclaimed by the city’s founder, King Charles IV, in 1370. Another celebrated aspect of the city is its heritage of glass and crystal manufacturing, with the Moser Factory leading the way in this industry. Reflect on the beauty and see first-hand the shining examples of many historical and prizewinning glass and crystal creations, as well as learn more of the distinctive qualities of crystal and the history of the Moser Company. Stroll through the streets and immerse yourself in the beauty and timeless quality of the city’s colonnades and experience one of the thermal springs for yourself. Spoil yourself with a day spent discovering Karlovy Vary and put the well-deserved spring back in your step!
Full Day Excursion to Cesky Krumlov with Medieval Tavern Lunch
Price from $195.00 per person
Duration of tour: 10 hours
Making your own day trip to Cesky Krumlov from Prague means arranging train tickets, and transport and sightseeing while you’re there. This full-day tour takes away the burden, with return coach transport, lunch, entrance fees, and a guide included. Explore the cobbled lanes as you learn about their history and after lunch, visit Cesky Krumlov Castle, the centerpiece of the UNESCO-listed town, to see its palaces, gardens, and revolving theater.
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- Travelling by modern bus
- Professional guide
- Bottled water
- Wi-Fi & USB charger
- Tickets for Historic Centre of Cesky Krumlov and Cesky Krumlov Castle