Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Small-Group Prague Walking Tour: Old Town, Wenceslas Square and Jewish Quarter. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Tour guide did an excellent job. We highly recommend this tour.
Our guide was very good and knowledgeable. It was a lot about the architecture, however we loved it and only 4 of us on the tour so this was a bonus and he could answer all questions. Took us around side streets alleys etc. highly recommend
Another great tour we couldn't believe our luck when we got Omar as our guide again. We saw so many other tours with large parties of 30 or 40 people and very disinterested looking tour guides. We will definately use Viator again on our next city break.
Brilliant, our guide Omar really brought the tour to life. Thoroughly enjoyable, wouldnt hesitate to recommend. Small group was just the two of us, excellent price
Great tour, our man knew everything and more. Cafe was also a good find, as we used it for ourselves later in the week!! Well worth doing.
Michael was a very engaging, friendly and interesting guide. The two of us lucked out with a "private" tour as no one else had booked on the rainy morning (we booked ahead). I am only giving this tour a 4 star instead of 5 because I was under the impression we would be taken into the Jewish cemetery and a synagog as part of the tour and we were not. It would be very helpful if the tours were described more thoroughly before booking is completed.
The tour was fantastic and very interesting. One positive suggestion would be to include more interesting stories and perhaps a few less happenings and the date they occured.
Great tour and guide. The walking was not too far, easy to do and very informative.
Only 4 people in our tour group meant this was a very small group, good when walking around this busy city. A good insight into Prague on your first visit.
The guide was not knowledgeable about many facts and tried to make up stories about sights or historical figures he did not know about. He did not know that we were two professors who knew quite a bit about Prague's architecture, literary history and political and social histories. Too bad. Again, it oriented us to places that we went back to on our own so as an introductory tour it was fine.