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Tours in Prague

Explore city with history dating back to the medieval ages when Charles IV or Rudolf II, Holy Roman Emperors, ruled Europe. Let us offer you tours that takes place in the city. You can discover the city better with one of our skilled and experience guide. We can arrange these tours in all European languages.


Bus needed
Grand City Walk4 hoursNo
Gardens of Prague4 hoursNo
Grévin MuseumNo
Wine Tasting2 hoursNo
In The Footsteps of Vaclav Havel3 hoursNo
Christmas & Advent in Prague3.5 hoursNo

First touch of Prague with the most important places of interest.

Bus needed: no
Duration: max. 4 hours
Note: we recommend to book 2 guides for groups over 30 people

Grand city walk with castle

While being in Prague, you cannot miss the guided tour of the city. Our guide will take you through the Old Town up to the Prague Castle with a short break in between. In the Old Town you will see the famous Astronomical clock and the Town Hall. After that you will be strolling through the Jewish Quarter, Josefov, which can be proud of its 6 synagogues and the cemetery. You will be passing by the Charles Bridge, the oldest bridge in Prague built by one of the most famous Czech emperors, Charles IV, in 14th century. At the Prague Castle area you will see the Unique St. Vitus Cathedral, the Royal Palace and many more. We wish you a nice Prague experience.

Visit five of the most beautiful gardens in Prague

Bus needed: no
Duration: 2.5 hours
Included: entrance fee to the gardens


Welcome to the Garden Tour – a tour around the most beautiful and wonderful gardens. The tour starts with the visit of the Royal Gardens, Royal Summer Palace and former presidential residence. You will enjoy a spectacular view from the Prague Castle over the gardens full of blossoming colours as well as the city itself. The tour continues to the Wallenstein Gardens surrounding the seat of today’s Senate. Among others you can see artificial stalactites imitating a limestone cave, statues, fountains or life peacocks. Our next steps will be the Vrtbovska Garden – one of the most beautiful Baroque Gardens in central Europe. Bring one tram ticket per person.

See celebrities with your own eyes.

Bus needed: no


The Grévin Museum is not just a museum. It is an interactive walk through the history where you pass by people you haven’t had chance to meet (famous politicians, sportsmen, singers, etc.). It is also a very educative tour as part of the museum presents some famous characters from Czech history that you will hear about during your walks in the city. You will meet Franz Kafka, Alfons Mucha painting his art nouveau motives, Vaclav Havel and others. You will hear Ema Destinova singing with John Lennon in the auditorium. And of course at the end of the tour there is the “Hall of Fame” with Angelina and Brad, Michael Jackson, David Bowie and many others. Enjoy the walk through the history and the present.
We recommend combining visit of this museum with City Walk Tour.

Wine tasting in a 13th century wine cellar, close to Charles Bridge

Bus needed: no
Duration: 2 hours


One sun shines to all the vineyards, however they give varied wines outstanding in their original fruity tones and spiciness. We will experience a real wine stating to another interesting wine cellar from 13th century, very close to the Charles Bridge.
The wine tasting consists of 8 different wines. The expert from the wine cellar (called “The National Bank of Wines”) will tell you more about Czech and Moravian wines and explain the history of the Czech National Bank of Wines.
Bread and cheese included.

Vaclav Havel – an important person of our recent history

Bus needed: no
Duration: 3 hours
Included: glass of wine or beer, coffee


Vaclav Havel – an important person for the Czech Republic but also for Europe and the rest of the world! On this tour you will hear about history behind him. We begin the tour at Wenceslas Square to visit the famous balcony where Vaclav Havel during Velvet Revolution spoke every day to more than 100,000 demonstrators, then walk to Narodni street, where 17th of November started the revolution. Next will be Café Slavia and then theater Na Zabradli where Havel began writing his first plays. Either in the theater or at the Café Slavia we enjoy a cup of coffee. Since Vaclav Havel was a frequent guest at many of Prague’s pubs we finish our tour at the old restaurant U Medvidku with a good Czech beer.

Experience Christmas atmosphere among advent fairs

Bus needed: no
Duration: 3.5 hours
Included: glass of hot red wine, Christmas cookies


During our Christmas walk we will show you the beauty of Prague illuminated with Christmas lights, famous Christmas market and one of the most beautiful nativity scenes in the city. Very popular is the Christmas tree on the Old Town Square which is decorated and lighted up during the first advent weekend. You must not miss hot red wine “Svařák” which is for Czech people an essential part of their stroll through the city, and typical Czech cookies. If you think that Prague is amazing in spring time, come here in December. You will definitely enjoy this relaxed and friendly city.


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