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Grand City Tour: The Best of Prague (Bus, Boat & Walk)

Grand City Tour: The Best of Prague (Bus, Boat & Walk)

Prague, Czech Republic

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  • Explore the Best of Prague from both land and water
  • Walk across the Prague Castle complex on a guided small-group tour
  • Sit inside an air-conditioned bus to explore this beautiful old city
  • Have fun visiting the Charles Bridge on a 1-hour river cruise
  • Guided trip to the historic Jewish Quarter
  • Smartphone Voucher Accepted. (No need to Print!)


Love the charm of historical monuments? This amazing city has endless opportunities. The half-day tour of Prague which is a guided tour with illuminating commentary can be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The tour takes you through some of the UNESCO-listed monuments while sitting inside a cozy air-conditioned coach. 
You are promised to get amazing views of the majestic Prague Castle on the guided tour. What's more, the included cruise on the Vltava River is just icing on the cake. You can enjoy the amazing city views from the boat’s top deck and see the fascinating town of Prague’s Old Town which is home to the famous Astronomical Clock. 
Be seduced by the historical monuments and medieval charm of Prague on a half-day tour of the Czech capital. Listen to illuminating commentary from a guide as you gaze at UNESCO-listed monuments from an air-conditioned coach.


The cheapest & easiest way to explore Prague is on a tour like this. Your local guide will take you to some of the city’s most famous landmarks and neighborhoods. You’ll also learn more about the history of Prague and its iconic buildings as your journey progresses! Some of the famous places and monuments you check out during this trip are: 
Prague’s Charming Old Town: The district is a maze of narrow cobbled lanes and winding medieval streets. Visitors can find here some of the country's most famous landmarks and historical monuments, such as the Astronomical Clock, St. Nicholas Church and Loreto Church which was built on a site where two sisters were said to have seen an apparition from Mary (the Lady from the House).
It has about fifty shops for various goods and services for tourists, many internationally-renowned restaurants and pubs with traditional Czech cuisine, street vendors selling souvenirs, and live animals such as rats or frogs ready to be turned into dinner by local chef masterpieces.
The area hosts several festivals throughout the year such as at Christmas or Easter when musicians dressed in traditional costumes
Dancing House: The Dancing House is a piece of modern architecture designed by Vlado Milunic. The site is located on the bank of the river Vltava in Prague’s Smichov district which has been an industrial district since the early 20th century.
This building was created as a tribute to Czech architect Jan Kotěra, who had envisioned Prague’s National Theatre as a ‘dancing house.’ It is also meant to be an analogy of the Czech people who have had to dance and move rhythmically despite outside pressure or occupation.
Wenceslas Square: Wenceslas Square is one of the busiest, most popular and historically significant squares in the Czech Republic. The centrepiece is the National Museum, which towers over the square with its Neo-Renaissance architecture.
Visitors who are unfamiliar with Prague will find themselves drawn to this iconic part of the city that has been featured in countless films, TV shows and advertisements. The square offers a variety of attractions and activities for all types of visitors, including locals and tourists alike.
National Gallery: The National Gallery (Národní Galerie) in Prague is the most popular in the Czech Republic. It houses a world-renowned collection of paintings and sculptures that, among other things, include works by Rubens, Renoir, van Gogh, Monet and Picasso.
The museum was founded in 1890 when it became the first art museum to open its doors to the general public. The Gallery’s collection originates from donations of individuals as well as purchases and state commissions which have been going on for more than 100 years.
Prague Castle: Prague Castle is a very popular tourist attraction in Prague. Situated at an elevation of 130 meters, this UNESCO World Heritage site offers expansive views of the city. The first historical records show that this site was built in 870, based on the remains of an ancient Celtic hillfort dating to 150 B.C., and has since witnessed many important events including coronations, sieges, public speeches and even performances by Handel's "Messiah".
Jewish Quarter: While visiting Jewish Quarter, it is important to note that there are still many remnants of the time when Jews were forbidden to live anywhere else in Prague. Some are more popular than others, like The Old-New Synagogue, The Pinkas Synagogue or The Spanish Synagogue. 
One of the best ways to explore the quarter is by taking a guided tour and hearing about its history from an expert on the subject.
A River Cruise along the Vltava River
The tour comes with an included ticket for a river cruise along the Vltava River that spreads over 60 minutes. The cruise gives you the option to go on its upper deck and enjoy the fascinating views of the popular Charles Bridge.
So, are you still thinking? This ticket buys you almost the ultimate pass that lets you explore the wonderful city of Prague. Book Your Tickets Now!


Start Time: 10:15am & 14:15pm (Please reach 15 min pior to the start time)
Duration: 3.5 Hours
Meeting Point: Premiant Point - Malostranské náměstí 36/22
End Point: Dvorakovo embankment, pier no. 17 (next to Stefanikuv bridge).
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  • The tour is a combination of a bus tour, walking tour, and an hour-long cruise on the Vltava River.
  • Expert Live Guide (English, German & Spanish)


  • Hotel Pick-up and Drop-off
  • Any entrance

Redemption Info

You can show your voucher ath the meeting location : Malostranské náměstí 36/22.
In loss of voucher/ticket, company is not liable for any refund.
Ticket/ Voucher is valid to the travel date you choose.

Know Before You Go

Voucher Information : Mobile or Paper Vouchers, both are accepted
The tour can be conducted in 4 languages - English, German, Spanish & Italian
Must wear comfortable shoes.
Disclaimer : Due to traffic issues, public holidays, weather conditions and unforeseen circumstances, there might be sudden changes in the route or in the schedule. Traffic congestion and road closures - may cause delays and changes to the route. We’ll do all we can to provide a smooth and frequent service! No refund will be offered for any changes or  cancelations due to any unforeseen circumstances .

Cancellation Policy

No Cancellation Charges up to 24 hours before the chosen travel date. 100% cancellation fee will apply if cancelled within 24 hours of travel date.
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