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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.
Very nice to see the main sites on the river. Tour in several languages, includes drink and cake or ice cream. Guide helpful and knowledgeable. Tour lasts about 40-45 minutes.
There is not much to this cruise as the river has controls, ie locks and weirs in place. However, it is a pleasant way to spend an hour seeing the sights from a different perspective.
The people working on the boat made everyone feel like we were intruding.
No Tea. If you wanted anything else to drink you had to pay for it.
The tour was great but the boat was not so great , it says tea cruise but they serve only coffee ( which I don't drink and I asked for tea and the boat crew were not the best friendly people) . The your guide she was good
The title 'afternoon tea cruise' wasn't all that exciting, but the subsequent walking tour of the Jewish quarter was excellent, and really should get higher billing. The guide was great and I'd happily sign up for other tours with her, too.
Guide was very nice but there was also a recorded commentary on the boat and was quite confusing as it was late with information. Not a great deal to see from the river. Overall a bit ordinary.
Reasonable tour, but not really much to see if you have already toured around the city by yourselves.
All was fine but very disappointed that we had to arrange our own trasnprotion to the original pick up location after disbarking.
Nice to be on the river but not quite what we were sold. No tea. Only coffee. One cake. No choice. 45 minutes on river and barely went past Charles Bridge. Actually went in circles for a bit, with all the other boats. Wouldn't recommend it
The cakes were very good but it was difficult to see from the restaurant level of the boat. While the guide was very nice, the speaker system did cut in and out a bit. All in all, Prague is a very walkable city and we enjoyed exploring it more on foot.
Sporadic commentaries, tour guide only commented when sought. Coffee and cake average.
Tour guide not particularly interesting and trip would not be one we would repeat. Views great - overall experience poor.
Robert P. L
Rush Rush and go no where. Boat travels app one full circle from bridge to bridge, and tea is one sliver of strudel and a drink.
It was really a waste of time. Very limited information given during the tour and very short cruising on the river.
Chaotic ,first the bus was late leaving. Second we get dropped off at our boat, kept hanging around then to be told this is not our boat. Waited while our tour guide organised another boat by which time the top of the boat is now full so we had to sit downstairs. Now the highlight of the afternoon our free coffee and cake, blink
And you may miss the coffee.At the end of the tour we disembark to be told the tour has ended and find your own way back A tour to avoid
It is a boat ride, that is all. Would not recommend it. The guide wanted to somewhere else, lost everyone's attention early on.
This cruise was supposed to be a 2 hour cruise which did not start well. We had been instructed to meet out side the tour office at 3.15pm. When we presented at 3.15 the tour office told us it was going to be another 10 minutes. We eventually left at 3.50pm for the boat (yes we still hadn't got to the boat yet). On the bus to the boat our tour guide gave us a commentary on the buildings we were passing however he was difficult to understand and I found myself nodding just to keep him happy. Once at the pier we waited until 4.10pm before finally casting off. Our complimentary afternoon tea was waiting for us, already set out on the tables. I waited for my coffee before eating the apple strudel. By the time the coffee came and I had finished my strudel we were pulling into port. The time was 5pm. That's right this was our 2 hour afternoon tea river cruise. At least our guide was nice enough to walk us back to the main plaza and give us the history of some of the buildings on the way. This however was his gift to us and NOT part of the cruise. My wife had told me how nice a cruise she had on her last visit to Prague, cruising up the river through the locks. This was a real let down and the only blemish on our enjoyable visit to Praha.