Routes Through Prague

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P1 Guided tour by requestNahoru

Procházka na přání

Choose your own tour as you wish, select the sites you want to see and we will take care of everything else! The price of the tour is calculated by each new started hour.



P2 First time in PragueNahoru

Poprvé v Praze

During this guided tour, we will provide you with some basic information regarding Prague. We will view Prague Castle and from there we will walk through Nerudova Street and the Little Quarter Square (Malostranské náměstí) to the Charles Bridge and further on to the streets of the Old Town. We will then continue to walk from the Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí) to Wenceslas Square (Václavské náměstí) where we will say goodbye.


P3 Beauty of Prague CastleNahoru

Krásy Pražského hradu

The entire guided tour is dedicated to Prague Castle, the largest enclosed castle areas in the world. In addition to the most significantly dominant feature, St. Vitus Cathedral (Svatovítská katedrála), we will admire together many others the Old Royal Palace, St. Georges Basilica (bazilika sv.  Jiří) and Golden Lane (Zlatá ulička) with its little houses. The guided tour will continue through to Hradčanské and Loretánké squares (Hradčanské a Loretánské náměstí).

Zlatá ulička

P4 Prague Castle and the Little QuarterNahoru

Pražský hrad a Malá Strana

The guided tour will allow you to see many interesting hidden places on the left bank of the River Vltava. We will view the Prague Castle, walk through Neruda street and the Lesser Town Square (Malostranské náměstí) and from there, further on to Karmelitská street then to Kampa. We shall end our tour on the other bank of the river after crossing the Charles Bridge.


The history of the Prague Castle has been written for more than a millennium. The first manor in the area of the Prague Castle was a citadel owned by the Czech ruling Přemysled dynasty. During the following centuries, the appearance of the Castle underwent changes with each significant monarch that ruled the Czech lands - Charles IV, Vladislav Jageellonský, Rudolph II or the Austrian Empress Marie Theresa.


One of the oldest parts of Prague is the legendary Little Quarter. This town quarter was built under the rule of one of the most powerful kings – Přemysl Otakar II. There is not much left from the original Gothic resemblance as this town has been destroyed several times throughout history. Some things however, have survived up to today – the legends...


Pražský hrad

P5 Accross the PragueNahoru

Napříč Prahou

The first half of the tour will take you to the New Town - Karlovo Square, Národní street, Wenceslas Square and the second half of the walk will take us through the zigzagging narrow streets of the Old Town. Our tour will partially cover the Kings Road – Powder Tower (Prašná brána), Celetná street, Ungelt, Old Town Square, Karlova street, Charles bridge and many more.



The New Town itself is a unique show of Gothic urbanism. You will visit with our guide Karlovo and Wenceslas Squares and on the way, you will have the chance to view many architecturally interesting and important buildings – The New Town Hall, Adria Palace or the classicist Platýz Palace – the location of Jazyková škola Jipka.


After seeing the New Town, we will continue our tour in the oldest part of Prague – the Old Town. Building of the first stone houses began in this part of town part in the 12th century and by the end of the thirteenth century, the town was framed with a gothic wall. Even today, the remains of the original gothic buildings can still be found. In addition to these, you will have the chance to admire some newer architectural jewels – in between the Municipal House (Obecní dům) or the House of the Black Madonna (Dům u Černé matky boží).

Napříč Prahou

P6 Jewish PragueNahoru

Židovská Praha

If you wish to learn something about Prague Jewish culture, then take our guided tour to the former ghetto, the district of Josefov.  The guided tour of Jewish Prague will start in Pařížská street, where we will view the Old-new synagogue, the Klausen Synagogue, Pinkas, Maisel and Spanish Synagogues, you can see the Jewish town hall and lastly we will visit one of the most significant sights in the world, the Old Jewish Cemetery. Admission to all sites is to be paid.


P7 Franz Kafka and PragueNahoru

Franz Kafka

The walk will trace the footsteps of Franz Kafka (surroundings of the Old Town Square, Josefov, Mánes Bridge, Golden Lane in Prague Castle, Hradčany Square, picturesque corners of Little Quarter and possibly the New Jewish Cemetery). You will learn many interesting facts about the life and work of Kafka.


His work is a reflection of his life - grim, hard and sad with a dreary ending. An interesting fact was that Franz Kafka wanted all his work burnt after his death - we have managed to retain his work until now, mainly thanks to Max Brod who refused to fulfil the last wish of his best friend.


P8 Prague baroqueNahoru

Pražské baroko

If you love the Baroque style then most certainly there is no better place for you than Prague. Baroque is one of the dominant styles in Prague – most of the buildings in the city centre and in some of the outskirts were built purely in this style. To illustrate, we shall mention just some of the baroque jewels of Prague.


A guided tour of the most beautiful and famous Baroque buildings in Prague ( Strahov Monastery, Loreta, Tuscany and Sternberg Palaces, St. Nicolas Church, Valdstein Palace and others).



P9 Prague secessionNahoru

Pražská secese

The Prague Secession most certainly makes a statement. It represents unique syntheses of two leading European secession schools – the French and Austrian. The French secession appeared in our country due to the close relations between Czechoslovakia and France during the period of the first republic, the Austrian influence has its roots in the history of the belonging of the Czech Crown to the Austrian Emperor.


An interesting excursion through the New Town (the option to see the Municipal House (Obecní Dům), the secession houses of Na Příkopě, on Wenceslas Square and Národní třída) with the option to visit the Mucha Museum.


P10 Ten centuries of Prague architectureNahoru

Deset století pražské architektury

Prague is without doubt one of the most interesting world cities from an architectural point of view. In the streets nearly every building composition and style that you can think of is on display.


However, as Prague is mainly a baroque city, you will also find unique gothic, renaissance, secession and other similar styles of architecture. Our walk will certainly please those fans of romantic compositions and lovers of rare constructions – in between other styles; it is worth mentioning the cubistic houses or the modern Dancing Building (Tančící dům).


This is a very intensive walk through the Old and New Towns, where the architecture is a result of the influence of the many artistic styles and directions of the 19th and 20th century.



P11 Famous musicians in PragueNahoru

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Prague has always been an important metropolis in terms of culture - it was a retreat, permanent or temporary, for many famous musicians. One of the most famous composers of all time, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart favoured Prague very often and stayed here for long periods. The villa, where he stayed during his Prague visits, called Bertramka, has been kept in the same condition as the famous composer knew it. Inside of this Prague villa, you can find an exhibition which focuses on the life and work of this famous Austrian.


Another two buildings that can be seen during our guided tour are connected with two famous Czech composers – Antonín Dvořák and Bedřich Smetana. The exhibition dedicated to Antonin Dvořák can be viewed in the villa "Amerika" and Novotného lávka is dedicated to the life of Smetana.


Slavní hudebníci v Praze

P12 Scary PragueNahoru

 Strašidelná Praha

We will follow in the footsteps of the spooks and ghosts of Prague. We will visit places wrapped in the legends and stories and soak up the mysterious atmosphere of the evening and night time Prague. The tour will focus mainly on the areas of the Little Quarter and the Old Town.


You will be able to visit during our guided tour several locations that are worth your attention. Besides others, you will have the chance to hear from our guide many stories and legends connected to Prague.


P13 Evening walk on the Charles BridgeNahoru

Večerní procházka po Karlově mostě

This guided tour will takes us to the Charles Bridge, the second oldest bridge in the Czech Republic. The bridge offers a beautiful view of the illuminated Hradčany, National Theatre and the whole river bank. The tour is followed by a viewing of the Old town bridge tower (Staroměstská mostecká věž) (admission to be paid). The tour is shorter. The price is calculated by each new hour started.


The oldest Prague bridge – one of the oldest bridges in the world – was built during the rule of the Emperor, Charles IV. Its foundation stone was laid by the Roman Emperor and the Czech King himself in 1357. The bridge was built in the place of the Judita´s Bridge (Juditin most) which was destroyed by flood waters.


There are thirty figures and groups of statues of saints on the bridge balustrades that were added between 1683-1714 and which are the works of art of famous baroque artists (M.B.Braun, father and sons Brokoffov and others). You can however only see copies of the sculptures as the original statues are held in the National museum stone collection.


P14 Prague gardensNahoru

Pražské zahrady

The guided tour will take you to the garden areas situated under Prague Castle. We will visit the newly reconstructed and terraced Ledeburska and Pallfyovska gardens, Wallenstein (Valdštejn) gardens with its artificial stalactite wall and Vojanovy sady (orchard) found in the place of the original monastery garden. The golden cherry on the cake waiting for your visit is the baroque Prague garden – Vrtbovska. This offer is limited to the season that runs from April till October for some of the gardens and an admission fee is charged.


The gardens under Prague Castle got their names after their last aristocratic owners from the neighbouring Little Quarter palaces (malostranské palace); however their history goes even further back.


Some were founded in the 16th century when the town administration started to sell the lands to the Little Quarter (Malá Strana) inhabitants.


Originally moderate renaissance gardens were generally century restored in the Baroque style in the 17th century. They were fitted with baroque sculptures, fountains, waterworks, halls, grounds and small pavilions. The steep terraces were connected with steps and passages with pergolas. Today, beautiful views open up from the viewing terraces of the Prague panorama and each of the thirty terraces has a different plot shape or look.


Pražská zahrada

P15 Prague museumsNahoru

Pražská muzea

On a guided tour you will visit the famous Prague Museum. You can choose from a multitude of museums, which not only offer insight into the history, but also the technical marvels and exotic exposures.


The most famous museums in Prague:


  • National Museum with its surroundings;
  • Lobkovic Palace where the National Museum exposition is located;
  • Naprstek Museum with its’ exposition of African, American and Asian cultures or the Historical Pharmacy in Neruda street.;
  • National Technical Museum;
  • Jewish museum;
  • and much more.




Planetarium Troja

P16 Choose a piece of Czech historyNahoru

 Vyberte si kus české historie

Come with us and follow the footsteps of Přemysled dynasty, the Luxembourg’s, the Hussites, Maria Theresa, the 30 year war warriors, Rudolph II, Prague renaissance representatives or historical sites from the era of the first republic. Within this guided tour, your can choose which part of Prague and Czech national history you are most interested in. After this you will be able to visit with our tour guide, some of the sites of Prague that reflect your chosen topic.


P17 The Zoo and Botanical gardenNahoru

Zoologická a botanická zahrada

Visit our newly refurbished pavilions in Prague Zoo. Particularly worth viewing is the pavilion of the Indonesian jungle, the African pavilion and many others. The visit to the zoo will be followed by a visit to the botanical garden and the Fata Morgana greenhouse.


You can also visit the Troja small castle with its’ grand gardens and natural labyrinth. Admission to all these buildings is to be paid for. We can provide upon request, sailing on the steamboat from the centre all the way to the zoo.



P18 Night cruise on the River VltavaNahoru

Noční Praha

You will “visit” all the important sites of Prague during this guided tour – Prague Castle, St. Nicola’s Cathedral, the National Theatre, the Dancing Building and Vyšehrad where you can enjoy a superb dinner on board the luxurious steamboat. The cruise lasts for 2 hours and the tour guide service is not included in the price (the price is calculated by each new hour started).


The longest river in the Czech Republic runs through Prague – The River Vltava originates in the region of the Bohemian Forest (Šumava). With us, you can enjoy cruising on the River Vltava onboard the luxurious steamboat while enjoying a superb dinner and a fairly untraditional way of viewing many important historical sites of Prague.


You will be able to view from the boat, among other sites, Prague castle, one of the biggest castle complexes in Europe whose origins reach right back to the Middle Ages. You will be able to see that illuminated baroque pearl of Prague architecture, St. Nicolas’ Cathedral and architectural admirers will certainly appreciate the Dancing Building wrapped into the shawl of night.



P19 The Velvet RevolutionNahoru

Sametová revoluce v Praze

The three hour long walk will take you to all the important places from the year 1989. You will trace the journey of the Czech students through the Prague streets and learn more about life under the communist regime in ex-Czechoslovakia and about the Velvet Revolution. The price of the tour is calculated by each new started hour.

The Velvet Revolution is one of the most important events in the modern history of both the Czech and Slovak Republics. Both of countries experienced for almost half of century the totalitarianism of one party - The Communist Party of Czechoslovakia. For the revolution, later referred to as the Velvet Revolution, the appropriate domestic and international political conditions occurred at the end of the nineteen eighties.

On 17th November 1989, the date of the 50th anniversary of Nazi repression against Czech students (during the Second World War, the Czech lands were part of the Third Reich), many Czech students took to the streets. The state police brutally intervened into this demonstration. This intervention against unarmed students launched dramatic events which led to fall of the totalitarian government. At the end of the Velvet Revolution a new European democracy arose – The Czech and Slovak federative republic.

If it will be your wish, we can arrange lunch in the Melantrich building in Wenceslas square (Václavské náměstí) – where Vaclav Havel made his legendary speech from the balcony of this building to the mass gathering held in the square. In the case of your interest, we can arrange to visit this balcony where you can view the square just as Vaclav Havel saw it during the revolution.

Vlajka České republiky
Hymna České republiky

P20 KlementinumNahoru


The former Jesuit College Clementinum, built on an area of ​​two hectares, is one of the largest building complexes in Europe. The most attractive parts of the sightseeing tour in Clementinum arethe Astronomical Tower, Mirror Chapel and Baroque Library Hall.

Astronomical Tower

The Tower is 52 meters high,with 172 steep steps leading to the top.  But the hike up is really worth the effort, there is a magnificent view of the historic cityfrom the Tower gallery. The tower was completed in 1722 and at the top you will see a statue of Atlas holding the globe on his shoulders.

Mirror Chapel

The Mirror Chapel was built after 1720 and is dedicated to the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary. The Chapel is one of the most beautiful chapels thanks to gilded stuccodecorations, marble walls and floor tiles, ceiling frescoes and the use of mirrors in the ceiling strips that isworld unique.

Baroque Library Hall

The Baroque Hall is the oldest part of Clementinum. The Hall is decorated with Baroque frescoes, which symbolise the ancient education as a basis for further learning, Christian teaching, anda number of geographic and astronomical globes. Examples of Greek papyri from the first century AD andthe most valuablesurvivingbook in the Czech Republic, the Vyšehrad Codex, are keptin the Hall.


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