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it gives an introduction to the sights that are by the river in multi-languages commentary. wish it could last for a longer time.
A pleasnat way to end the day. Another perspective of a wonderful city.
Boat trip was great and saw lots of Prague but afternoon tea was not what I would call afternoon tea, very disappointing, a pastry and soft drink!?!
Very interesting trip - well informed tour guide and well worth it. Dissapointed that 20% discount available when you were there and really would have been cheaper to have waited to book till we got there.
A peaceful hour on the river with an interesting and informative guide(Vera). After the cruise a pleasant walk through the Jewish quarter.
Was lucky as the weather was beautiful. Our guide was wonderful. I was travelling alone and he made sure to make me feel included with the group. It was lovely and relaxing after all the walking and lovely to see the beautiful Charles Bridge and various buildings from a different angle.
A very relaxing boat ride complete with tea and cake! The sightseeing from the river is fantastic too.
We really enjoyed this trip. We did it on our second day so it gave us a real feel of our whereabouts in Prague. The short walk also was interesting. But more information about where to start the trip was needed. We had to ask around a little.
This was a great way to begin our trip to Prague! The kiosk was easy to find near our hotel, so it made it very convenient having two small children. It was a VERY hot day, and although the price did not include drinks for the children, they were so kind to provide them free of charge. The boat was very spacious and had an inside/outside area you could enjoy. The river allowed you to see the city at a different angle. The Charles Bridge was phenomenal! I would definitely recommend this as a way to get familiar with Prague.