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Prague: City Tour By Bus, Boat, and on Foot

1. Prague: City Tour By Bus, Boat, and on Foot

Visit some of Prague’s most fascinating monuments and neighborhoods as your knowledgeable guide teaches you the city’s history on this 4-hour tour. The famous Old Town makes up the first part of your tour, as an air-conditioned minibus takes you on a 30-minute journey past landmarks including the Dancing House, Wenceslas Square, and the National Gallery. You’ll then be dropped at Prague Castle for a 75-minute walking tour of the largest ancient castle in the world. The grounds occupy 70,000 square meters of space and enjoy some of the best vantage points of the city — perfect for snapping photos. Next up is a relaxing river cruise along the Vltava River. Here you can simply sit back and unwind on an approximately 60-minute trip along the water, or head up to the upper deck and enjoy views of the city and the famous Charles Bridge. The final part involves a walking tour around the solemn beauty of the Jewish Quarter, the location of some of the city's finest architecture. From there you'll head to Old Town Square and the Astronomical Clock. Here your guide will explain its history and the meaning of its moving sculptures.

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Prague: Historic City Center Bus Tour

2. Prague: Historic City Center Bus Tour

See the best of Prague from an open-top bus, and enjoy panoramic views of all the most famous sights. Depart from near the Old Town Square, where you can admire the Astronomical Clock. Continue through the oldest part of the city, admiring the cobblestone streets that radiate in all directions. Highlights of the Old Town include the Municipal House on the site of the old Royal Court. Marvel at the mosaics on its façade, considered by many to be the most beautiful building in the city. See the sights of the Josefov district, the former Jewish Ghetto of Prague. Completely surrounded by the Old Town, its landmark monuments include the Old-New Synagogue and 19th-century Spanish Synagogue with its Moor-inspired exterior. Pass Prague’s oldest surviving Gothic building at the St. Agnes Monastery. See national monuments, such as the State Opera House and New Town Hall. Admire the bridges over the Vltava River, including the famous Charles Bridge. Upon arrival in the Prague Castle district, enjoy a 30 or 40-minute break for a short stroll around the famous landmarks. Go to the Loreta pilgrimage site. Marvel at the extraordinary architecture of the Dancing House. Other landmarks you will pass on the tour include the National Museum, Rudolfinum Music Hall, and Powder Tower. Along the way, you will learn the history of the city and its famous landmarks from a pre-recorded commentary in your native language, available in 26 different languages (Arabic, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, and Vietnamese).

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Best of Prague: Tour by Bus, Walking Tour, & River Cruise

3. Best of Prague: Tour by Bus, Walking Tour, & River Cruise

The tour begins at your hotel, where you’ll board an air-conditioned bus for a drive to see the most significant sites in Prague. See the National Museum and the Dancing House, and eventually reach Prague Castle, the most dominating site in the city. From the castle area, continue on foot down to the Lesser Town, Kampa Island, Charles Bridge, the quaint Old Town with the famous Astronomical Clock, and the Jewish Quarter. Afterward, take in the views of Hradcany, the National Theater, and other Prague gems during a 1-hour boat cruise along the Vltava River. Enjoy some coffee and cake as you admire the sights from the water. The tour ends at the Dvorak Riverside in the vicinity of the Czech Bridge.

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Best of Prague: Castle, Jewish Quarter, Cruise & Lunch

4. Best of Prague: Castle, Jewish Quarter, Cruise & Lunch

Discover the main monuments of Prague on a half-day tour, with lunch and a relaxing boat trip down the River Vltava, and marvel at landmark attractions by land and water. Enjoy the perfect tour for those who want to explore the heart of Europe and get a picture of Prague’s rich history. Hear fascinating stories from an experienced guide as you stop at the Charles Bridge and explore the streets of Lesser Town. Take the picturesque tram to Prague Castle to discover Europe’s largest castle complex. After a short coffee break, go to the Jewish Quarter and Old Town to wander down small alleys and cobblestone streets. Lunch will be served at a typical Czech restaurant, washed down with some of the country's legendary beer. Then, take a relaxing boat trip down the River Vltava (drink included), and see icons such as the Charles Bridge and Prague Castle from a different perspective.

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Prague: Old Town and Jewish Quarter Tour

5. Prague: Old Town and Jewish Quarter Tour

Travel through the story of Prague and the Czech Republic on a guided tour of the Old Town and Jewish Quarter, and learn chapters from the city’s timeless and sometimes turbulent history. Hear the historical tales behind the house signs and statues on Powder Tower. Go to the Municipal House, and marvel at the façade of the Church of St. Nicholas. See the legendary Astronomical Clock on Old Town Square. Venture into the heart of the Old Town, before going to the former Jewish Ghetto, where your guide will tell bizarre stories about Rabi Loew’s legendary monster Golem, talk of Jewish habits and traditions, and tell the story of the Jewish writer Kafka's life and work. See city synagogues, including the oldest in Europe. Discover the site of the Jewish Town Hall. Visit the Old Jewish Cemetery, and build a picture of life for the Jewish community throughout the history of Prague.

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Historical Prague: Walking Tour

6. Historical Prague: Walking Tour

Take a short walk through the beautiful historic center of Prague, accompanied by a guide. See Wenceslas Square, a traditional place for demonstrations, celebrations, and public gatherings Visit the Old Town Square and see its many buildings belonging to various architectural styles, including gothic and baroque churches. Marvel at the Prague Astronomical Clock, the third oldest in the world and the oldest in operation. Walk along the romantic cobbled streets of the old town with its many picturesque buildings and shops. Then continue to Charles Bridge, a medieval stone arch bridge, whose construction started in 1357, and finish the excursion at Kampa Island.

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Prague 3-Hour Tour with Astronomical Clock Admission

7. Prague 3-Hour Tour with Astronomical Clock Admission

Your 3-hour guided tour begins in front of the Astronomical Clock Tower, where your guide will provide a short historical overview of Prague's Old and New towns. Enter the Astronomical Clock Tower and head to the top, where you’ll be able to take in spectacular views of Prague as your guide tells you about the landmarks and monuments you see.  After visiting the Astronomical Clock Tower your guide will show you historic houses, palaces, churches, theaters, and much more. You’ll see where important figures such as Charles IV, Amadeus Mozart, and Albert Einstein lived and worked. Visit the New Town area as well, and see where major events in Prague’s modern history took place.

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Prague: 3-Hour Old Town and Prague Castle Tour in German

8. Prague: 3-Hour Old Town and Prague Castle Tour in German

Go on an exciting journey and discover the capital of the Czech Republic. If you are visiting Prague for the first time and want to get an overview of the city, this tour is the perfect choice. Start your guided tour at the Old Town Square, which is the main market square in the old town of Prague and the site of the Church of Mother of God before Týn. Stroll along the picturesque streets and pass Estates Theater as well as Charles University. Next, see the Old Town Hall with its astronomical clock, where you can marvel at a masterpiece of Gothic science. Walk to the birth place of Franz Kafka and discover the Jewish quarter. Visit Maisel Synagogue and Pinkas Synagogue, before you stroll along the old Jewish cemetery. Then, pass the new town hall and the Clementinum, and head to Charles Bridge. Cross Charles Bridge until you reach the tram station Malostranské Náměsti. From there you will ascend Prague Castle. Wander through the Royal Garden and walk to the presidential office and Hradčany square where you can enjoy the view to the German embassy. Visit St. Vitus Cathedral, the inner courtyards of Prague Castle and Golden Lane. At the end of Golden Lane, you will see Daliborka Tower that used to constitute a part of the rampart. The tour will end at St. Wenceslas vineyard.

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Prague: Half-Day City Tour by Foot and Coach

9. Prague: Half-Day City Tour by Foot and Coach

Take a guided sightseeing tour of Prague city center, traveling by air-conditioned coach and foot to see the city’s main sites. Ideal for first time visitors, the tour takes in the State Opera House, National Museum and Wenceslas Square, where you can admire the statue of the patron saint of Bohemia. Continue across Charles Square, driving along the banks of the Vltava River to the Charles Bridge. See the neo-renaissance Rudolfinum concert hall. Then, cross the river to the Prague Castle complex. Walk around the castle courtyards to see St. Vitus Cathedral, seat of the Archbishop of Prague. Visit the Royal Palace and Golden Lane, a legendary place of mysterious alchemists. Back on the coach, cross to the Old Town. Pass through the former Jewish Quarter of Josefov. Marvel at the monuments of Old Town Square. Admire the Church of St. Nicholas and Tyn Cathedral. See the Old Town Hall and its famous Astronomical Clock, with 12 apostles that dates back to 1410. End the tour near the modern city center.

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Prague: 2-Hour Old District & Riverside E-Scooter Tour

10. Prague: 2-Hour Old District & Riverside E-Scooter Tour

This tour takes you to the oldest streets of Prague. In 2-hours, you will ride through the most beautiful historical places of the city. At the beginning, you will climb Petřín Hill and ride around the Petřín Tower, which is the younger sister of Eiffel Tower in Paris. Later, you will enjoy the gardens of the Strahov Monastery, where you'll find a more than 700-year-old brewery. A bit later, you will reach Prague Castle and enjoy the great view to old Prague and the river Vltava.

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What people are saying about Prague Astronomical Clock

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 1,910 reviews

Very good guidance, Ladislav knows and loves his city. You can feel that very clearly. Very good knowledge of history. Amusingly presented in perfect German and English.

Staying for a short period in Prague? Care for a good quick all around overview? this trip is the way to go.

+ Well planned. + Clear speaking guide with a lot of details. - Need to be very quick when taking pictures

12/10 recommend for your first day in Prague to get orientated. Our guide was very knowledgeable and handy!

Great tour! The time flew by and learnt a lot of great facts