All bookings made to travel between May 15 and September 28 include a complimentary entrance ticket to the Charles Anniversary program and exhibitions at Prague Castle!
- Sightsee with the Prague City Pass and enjoy skip-the-line entry to selected Prague attractions, savings and more
- Enjoy free entry to selected sites at Prague Jewish Museum and Prague Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site
- Ride around town on a sightseeing tour by coach, seeing top Prague attractions like Rudolfinum and Frank Gehry's Fred and Ginger House
- Cruise underneath Charles Bridge on a Vltava River sightseeing boat
- Use your Prague City Pass to save money on car rental and private airport transfers
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
This is a must-have city pass for first-time visitors! Not only will you see some of Prague’s most important sights for free, but you’ll also save money on things like airport transfers, too.
What You Can Expect
Enjoy a 45-minute panoramic coach tour, 1-hour Vltava River cruise, priority admission to sites at Prague Castle and the Prague Jewish Museum; and an array of other valuable discounts and deals on city activities, including dining out. Plus, save up to 25% on airport transfers and car rental services, and receive a complimentary city booklet and map to make your planning and sightseeing easy.
Your card gives you these key benefits and more:
45-minute Panoramic Coach Tour:
Enjoy a panoramic coach tour of Prague’s top sights. Step aboard an air-conditioned coach and take in a string of must-see sites as you learn about the city’s past from the onboard audio commentary. Pass the Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, Rudolfinum and Powder Tower; see the charming Malá Strana neighborhood and view lesser-known landmarks such as the Fred and Ginger House designed by Frank Gehry, the Hlavni Nadrazi Station and St Agnes’ Convent, all from the comfort of your seat.
Skip-the-Line Admission to Selected Sites at Prague Castle:
Enjoy fast-track admission to five must-sees at UNESCO-listed Prague Castle. Queues for the castle can be long, and skip-the-line admission lets you breeze past the main lines into each site. Your pass is valid inside the following buildings for two days after first use.
• St Wenceslas Chapel
• St Vitus Cathedral
• Old Royal Palace and Vladislav Hall
• Golden Lane and Daliborka Tower
• Basilica of St George
Skip-the-Line Admission to Six Prague Jewish Museum Sites:
Enjoy fast-track complimentary entry to six of the sites of the Prague Jewish Museum, each one charting a different era or facet of the city’s Jewish history. Visit some of area’s preserved synagogues, the Old Jewish Cemetery, and the Ceremonial Hall to chronicle the Jewish customs associated with death and burial. Your pass is valid for the following sites for seven days after first use.
• Spanish Synagogue
• Pinkas Synagogue
• Old Jewish Cemetery
• Ceremonial Hall
• Maisel Synagogue
• Klausen Synagogue
1-hour Vltava River Sightseeing Cruise:
Hop on a sightseeing boat and admire Prague’s waterfront sights on a relaxing 1-hour cruise on the Vltava River. Settle in the saloon or on the outdoor deck; soak up landmarks such as Prague Castle, the National Theatre and other monuments, and sail beneath the 14th-century Charles Bridge. Enjoy drinks and snacks from the bar at your expense.
- The main event of this extensive project taking place at Prague Castle will focus on the almost one-thousand-year history of the coronation of Czech kings, for which Charles IV imprinted binding rules in the middle of the 14th century. The most important insignia of Czech royal power was undoubtedly the Crown of Saint Wenceslas which at the time it was created (before 1346)
- The significance of this anniversary will be highlighted by the special exhibiting of the Czech Crown Jewels in the Vladislav Hall from 15 to 29 May 2016
- Other exhibition projects at Prague Castle will be open from 15 May until 28 September:
- The principal exhibition will be The Sceptre and the Crown in the Imperial Stables.
- The second most significant event will be symbolic access to the inner and outer triforia of St Vitus Cathedral, in the form of a simplified three-dimensional reconstruction in the Prague Castle Riding School.
Incredible. The City Pass is the way to go. Prague is a beautiful and easily walkable city filled with wonderful history, and architecture! The pass included so many attractions and the skip the line feature is awesome! Love Viator!
This was a good value for the money
The Prague city pass was really good value and the staff were just fantastic. They were so accommodating and made our visit memorable. The courier was very professional and spoke in two languages without having to think, she was exceptional. Visits to the castle and Jewish quarter were really good value for money. Having visited other cities with their passes, the Prague pass comes top for quality, mainly due to the professionalism of their wonderful staff who were so knowledgeable and hospitable.
We had a great time and the Prague City Pass helped facilitate the best things to do.
Scot B United States of ...
Our tour guide, Tatiana, was very impressive. Extremely knowledgeable, multilingual, and colorful in her descriptions.
Crystal W USA
Initially when we presented the Viator voucher at the kiosk, the person at the counter was unsure of what to do. After a quick phone call, they accepted the voucher and provided the city pass. I think the City Pass is a new thing in Prague because several of the places we presented, they as well were unsure of how to handle the pass. These were even places listed on the pass for entrance and tours. It was worth the money and saved us a hassle of trying to figure out what to buy when visiting the major sights in Prague. The pass provides admittance into the main attractions and includes a short bus tour of the city and an 1 long river cruise.
Disappointing start with the card considering we booked ahead. Walked all way to the ticketing booth to be told she had none left but we could walk to the main office down the street, only to find that they were closed and the main office was further than we were lead to believe. Day 1 of the card lost. Better results the next day once we contacted the office, not happy!! This could be a great thing for this company with a bit better organisation.
It was ok.
Quite disappointed. Did not cover half of what the Salzburg card did. When I arrived at the Palace found I could only visit 4 of the places out of 8-9. Then they also wanted me to pay extra for audits. Was quite frustrated.
If you love museums, have limited time or intend using public/tour transport extensively - especially in peak season - City Passes are great value.
However if, like us, you prefer to wander the city centre at will and only catch the main sights, you may or may not get any great $$ saving.
Winter in Prague is magical. There are few crowds, especially early in the morning. So queues are also not an issue at this time.
Finding the kiosk was a bit of a challenge ... much smaller than we anticipated and away from the main city squares.
Some staff at one of the entries (Main Church) within The Palace did not recognise the pass and we wasted time going back to the main ticket office to have our passes confirmed.
The staff at the Gun Powder Tower didn't know about City Pass at all but rather than make a fuss, they just ushered us in. When we checked later, this site didn't appear to be part of the City Pass.
Overall, the maps and guides were excellent and we used the card for some discount entries. We walked everywhere whilst the weather was good (freezing, but good!), so we didn't use the transport component.