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Prague: Petřín Lookout Tower & Mirror Maze Entry Ticket

1. Prague: Petřín Lookout Tower & Mirror Maze Entry Ticket

Explore at your own pace with this combined entrance ticket to the Petřín Lookout Tower and the Mirror Maze. Enjoy the views of Prague from one of the best vantage points in the city and travel to the greenery of Petrin Park to enjoy the fascinating Mirror Maze in a miniature castle. The Petřín Hill, on which the lookout tower is located, is 1063 feet above sea level, which provides for a naturally perfect lookout sight for the 190 foot Tower. Climb 299 steps to see from the top. Learn about the history of the Tower from our exhibition at the base of the Tower, where the connections between Paris and Prague are explained. Discover how ironwork changed the world in the 19th century. On a clear day, you will be able to see a panoramic view of the city, including the Vltava river, the Prague Castle, and the magical Old Town. Then, enter the small castle and find your way though a mysterious labyrinth of mirrors. Make your way through the maze until you find the intriguing diorama of the battle of the Prague against the Swedes at the Charles Bridge in 1648. Wonder through the "hall of laughter" where warped and twisted mirrors in ways that will make you laugh at your reflection.

Prague: 2, 3, or 5-Day Visitor Pass with Public Transport

2. Prague: 2, 3, or 5-Day Visitor Pass with Public Transport

Enjoy unlimited travel on public transport throughout Prague, including the journey from the airport and back. Take advantage of free admission or discounts on over 60 included experiences. Visit unique historical monuments, museums, and galleries. Take part in guided tours of the city and go on a Vltava River cruise. Present your activated pass at each experience and receive a ticket to the venue. Don't forget to keep your ticket. Each site can be visited only once. Here is a small selection of the attractions that your Pass covers: • Old Town Hall with Astronomical Clock • Petřín Lookout Tower and Mirror Maze • Prague Castle • Jewish Town (Jewish Quarter Synagogues entry, Jewish Museums, and Old Jewish Cemetery) • Old Town Bridge Tower (one of the Charles Bridge Towers) • Powder Gate Tower • St. Nicholas Bell Tower • Airport Express (round-trip airport journey) • Prague Zoo • Lesser Town Bridge Towers • Vyšehrad Area • Lobkowicz Palace • Prague TV tower - Žižkov Television Tower • River cruise • 24-hour hop-on hop-off historical tram

Prague: Segway Tour with Taxi Transfer and Monasteries Visit

3. Prague: Segway Tour with Taxi Transfer and Monasteries Visit

Choose from a 1.5-hour, 3-hour, or private tour and see some of Prague's most famous landmarks, historical sites, and favorite local hangouts along the way on a small-group guide segway tour. Meet your guide at the local office just steps from the Charles Bridge and get a free taxi ride to where your adventure begins. Get a short orientation session on your self-balancing Segway to ensure you feel comfortable and confident before gliding down the city sidewalks. See the massive Strahov Stadion overlooking the Vltava River, built in the 1920s for extraordinary displays of synchronized gymnastics. Discover some of the hidden jewels of Prague and learn where the best entertainment spots are.  Admire one of the largest athletic stadiums in the world and the famous “Bellavista” panorama viewpoint with a breath-taking view of Prague’s Old Town church towers, Castle cathedral, and iconic red rooftops. Choose to upgrade to a private tour option and enjoy a more personalized adventure and see the sights that interest you most as your guide tells fascinating stories about the city.

Prague: 2-Hour E-Scooter HUGO Bike Small Group Tour

4. Prague: 2-Hour E-Scooter HUGO Bike Small Group Tour

Meet your guide in Prague city center and get a short training session to ensure you feel comfortable and confident on the easy-to-drive electric scooter HUGO Bike. See the Prague Metronome, a functional giant metronome in Letná Park. Go past Expo 58, regarded as one of the city's most beautiful buildings and now the home of a popular restaurant. Marvel at the monuments of the Prague Castle complex, and follow in the footsteps of pilgrims to Loreta. See the Strahov Monastery, Petrin Tower and Kampa Island. Scoot past Wenceslas Square and the Estates Theatre. Get a look at the monuments of Old Town Square, such as the Astronomical Clock and Church of St. Nicholas. You will also enjoy a view of Charles Bridge, the National Theater and Estate Theatre. Enjoy approximately 5-minutes at each site you visit so that you can take some memorable photographs and get interesting information from your guide. 

Mozart's Prague: Old Town, Lesser Town & Czech Museum Tour

5. Mozart's Prague: Old Town, Lesser Town & Czech Museum Tour

Discover the places in Prague where the genius composer Mozart stayed. This is your chance to learn why the people of Prague welcomed Mozart so warmly, why they loved him so much, and why his music has won the hearts of everyone in this nation up to the present day. Beginning on foot, you’ll walk through the Old Town stopping at the Golden Angel House and the Estates Theatre. Next you’ll get on a tram and transfer to Lesser Town to visit the exhibition of music at the Czech Museum. Then travel by funicular to Petrins for a view of the tower. Walking to the Strahov Monastery, you’ll see where Mozart improvised on the organ on the day of Don Giovanni´s premier. At Hradèany Square and Lesser Town you’ll stop at the houses and palaces where Mozart held concerts or where he lived. Your journey ends at the St. Nicholas Church where a requiem was held on December 14, 1791 as a tribute to W.A. Mozart.

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What people are saying about Petrin Lookout Tower

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 145 reviews

Highly recommend getting this pass. The public transportation system in Prague is extensive and easy to use. The price is worth that alone. But we also got included access to so many things in the city. We would just hand over our pass and ask and we would get in. I wish I would have gotten it for one day longer, but that's on me. Of note, the pass is not good for 2 days, but 48 hours. IMO that's the better deal if your flight lands at say, 1500. Get the pass!

The nice thing about the pass is the use of public transport. You don't have to worry about tariffs or tickets. Some of the admission staff in the facilities were overwhelmed and could not handle the digital pass. But was then simply waved through everywhere. A list of the objects of the passport is unfortunately missing!!!

Many services included or with a large discount. Although it is very sporty to use as much as possible. Since if asked ran, we didn't use public transport at all.

well worth the money but need to know that you need to get actual tickets at some of the venues and not just use the card.

Except for some other confusion due to poor explanation, it is very interesting