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- Private Segway tour of Prague with an expert local guide
- Enjoy personalized attention from your guide while exploring neighborhoods like Mala Strana and Prague Old Town
- See top Prague attractions such as Prague Castle and St Nicholas Church (2-hour morning, afternoon and evening tours)
- Visit Prague’s Jewish Quarter to pose for pictures by its Old New Synagogue (3-Hour Afternoon Tour only)
- Select either a 2-hour or 3-hour tour in the morning or afternoon
What You Can Expect
2-Hour Morning or Afternoon Tour:
Glide along the atmospheric back alleys of Prague’s medieval streets in the Old Town, and pass Charles Bridge – the romantic-looking bridge that links the Old Town to the neighborhood of Mala Strana. After stopping to take photos and listening to tales about this historical area, set off for your next stop.
See the Rudolfinum, one of the Czech Republic’s most famous concert halls, and hear how it was used as a state parliament building during the two world wars. Cross over Vltava River to Mala Strana and stop outside St Nicholas Church to admire its beautiful Baroque façade. Then, continue to Prague Castle – a magnificent building that’s said to be the largest ancient castle in the world. Dating back to the 9th century, the castle is rich with history, and your guide will regale you with tales of the Bohemian kings who once called the place home.
Swing past Loreta Palace and the Strahov Monastery before entering the parkland of Kinsky Garden, passing the Petrin Lookout Tower. Glide along the leafy paths that lead to the riverside, and then work your way back to the start point, where your tour ends.
3-Hour Morning or Afternoon Tour:
Follow the same route as the 2-hour morning and afternoon tours, and then after a short break at the start point, follow your guide back out onto the streets of Prague. Glide to Wenceslas Square, and ride around the spot where modern-day Czechoslovak heroes fought to overturn the fascist and communist regimes that blighted Prague throughout the 20th century.
Then, head to Old Town Square, seeing the Powder Tower, Estates Theatre and Karolinum – the oldest dormitory at Charles University. Explore the pretty streets, admiring its Romanesque and Gothic buildings and seeing Prague Astronomical Clock. Finish with a ride through the Jewish Quarter (Josefov), seeing sites like Old New Synagogue and Old Jewish Cemetery, and then return to the start point.