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Our local partner, Premiant City Tour, is happy to offer a wide range of guided tours around Prague as well as to other famous Czech cities and UNESCO heritage sites. For booking your desired tour, please use a direct link next to the selected tour leading to the booking system and follow the instructions given by the system.
Please note that all tours are organised solely by Premiant City Tour.
T1 - Grand City Tour
Departures: 10:00, 14:00 daily
During this detailed sightseeing tour, we will introduce Prague (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) as the historical and architectural jewel of Central Europe. Our guide, who will be available the whole time, will acquaint you with the history of Prague and its quarters (Old Town, New Town, and Lesser Quarter) from the comfort of an air-conditioned bus. The second part of the tour will take you to the grounds of Prague Castle and the inside of Prague’s most dominant feature – Saint Vitus’ Cathedral. After a 75-minute walk (approx.) with our guide, you will return by bus to the banks of the Vltava River, where you will board a tour boat. Here you will have the chance to relax or enjoy refreshments while admiring the beauty and panorama of Prague from a different perspective. From the deck, you will also see the world-renowned Charles Bridge. Refreshed, you will continue your pleasant walk through the Jewish Quarter to Old Town Square (Astronomical Clock, Týn Church), where our tour ends.
T2 - Walking Prague
Departures: 11:30 daily
T3 - Grand City Tour + Prague Castle + Charles Bridge
Departures: 11:15 daily
If you decide to take this tour, our professional guide will acquaint you thoroughly with Prague, one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, and with its thousand years old history and architecture. From the comfort of our air-conditioned bus we will show you first the New Town with Wenceslas Square, the National Museum, the National Theatre and the panorama of Prague Castle and then the Lesser Town as well as the Charles Bridge.
Next you will continue walking in the courtyards of Prague Castle, become acquainted with its history and visit the inside of its biggest monument, Saint Vitus’ Cathedral. After visiting the grounds of Prague Castle, you will descend to the Lesser Town and the Kampa Island. The Charles Bridge, the architectural gem of Central Europe, will lead you to the opposite bank of the Vltava River, from where you will continue on foot to the Old Town and the Jewish Quarter. The tour ends in the Old Town Square at the Astronomical Clock situated on the frontage of the Old Town Hall near the Týn Church.
Although this is a combined bus and walking tour, it is more physically demanding than TOUR 1. We therefore recommend that you wear comfortable shoes and that you should be in good physical condition.
T5 - Prague Castle incl. Interiors
Departures: 11:15 daily
This is a sightseeing tour of Prague castle including the Old Royal Palace, St. Georges Cathedral, St. Vitus Cathedral and a visit to Golden Lane. As you walk through the Prague castle area, you will learn a lot of interesting things about the history, architecture and present life here.
Including entrance fee to: Old Royal Palace, st. Georges Cathedral, st. Vitus Cathedral, Golden Lane.
T8 - Evening Cruise with Dinner and Sightseeing Tour
Departures: 18:00 daily
You don't have any plan for tonight yet? We would be pleased to take you by bus to our restaurant tour boat. During a three-hour-cruise you can enjoy a tasty dinner and live music. Our guide will be available the whole time to provide information about the beautifully illuminated monuments on both banks of the Vltava River as you pass them. Of course, there is a bar with a wide assortment of alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages and pleasant serving staff for you on call. The tour includes a short drive through Prague by an air-conditioned bus to show you the most beautiful places of the Old Town, the Jewish Quarter and the New Town. After the cruise you will be brought back to your hotel.
T9 - Český Krumlov - UNESCO
Departures: 8:45 daily
Český Krumlov, a medieval town in South Bohemia, has retained its almost fairytale-like atmosphere to the present day and is, understandably, on the UNESCO list of heritage sites. The historical centre comprises narrow, winding streets full of gothic, renaissance, and baroque buildings from the times of the Rožmberk, Schwarzenberg and Lobkowitz noble families. You will enjoy a walk through the town with our guide and lunch in a medieval tavern. You can also visit the local castle: this second biggest Czech castle is full of historical furniture, artwork, tapestries and exquisitely adorned weapons. Český Krumlov also prides itself with the oldest preserved baroque theatre in the world.
T10 - Karlovy Vary and Moser Factory
Departures: 8:45 daily
This day trip takes you to the most famous spa town in the West of Bohemia - Karlovy Vary. Karlovy Vary was founded in 14th century by King Charles IV. These spa treatments are well known for a lot of health problems. You can try water from twelve medicinal thermal springs and visit the distillery Jan Becher, where you can taste the excellent product "Becherovka" - known as the 13th spring of Karlovy Vary. You can admire the beauty of historical and modern colonnades and buy typical souvenirs such as wafers, glass, porcelain, and Moser glass.
T13 - Karlštejn Castle
Departures: 9:00 Thursday, Saturday
This half-day trip takes you to the Karlštejn Castle, built in the 14th century on top of a inaccessible cliff above the river Berounka. You can explore the Crown jewels and relics of the most popular Czech king Charles IV. The castle is surrounded by a beautiful and romantic countryside and it is the most visited castle in the Czech Republic.
T18 - Kutná Hora - UNESCO
Departures: 13:00 daily
Kutná Hora, a medieval centre of silver-mining, was the second richest town of Bohemian Kingdom. The variety of Kutná Hora architectural monuments and its well-preserved town centre reflects its ancient fame and wealth. During your walk in Kutná Hora you will visit the Gothic St. Barbara Cathedral and Italian Court - originally a Royal Mint. You will no less admire the other beautiful Gothic, renaissance and baroque burgher houses or the unique stone well from the 15th century. You also will visit one of the most interesting burial places in the world called Kostnice (Ossuary) in a small nearby village, Sedlec. This chapel is decorated by more than 40,000 human bones, including for example a chandelier or the coat-of-arms of the noble family Schwarzenberg. Kutná Hora town has been registered on the UNESCO heritage list since 1995.