- 3-hour private walking tour of Malá Strana (Lesser Town) and Prague Castle
- Visit some of Prague’s oldest and most historic sites with a private guide
- Cross the Charles Bridge over the Vltava River, and visit Kampa Park
- Admire bizarre sculptures by Czech artist David Cerný
- Soak up the beauty of the Vojan and Wallenstein gardens
- Explore some of the Prague Castle complex, including Golden Lane and St Vitus Cathedral
- Enjoy great views of Prague and learn about its ancient and medieval history
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What You Can Expect
Walk to Charles Bridge, one of Prague’s most iconic landmarks. Admire the stone bridge and its Baroque statues as you walk across it to the other side of the Vltava River. As you stroll, imagine the kings, queens, princes, city-dwellers and paupers who took the very same path during the Middle Ages.
On the facing riverbank, delve into delightful Malá Strana, known as the Lesser Castle district. Follow the cobbled lanes and pass sights such as the Church of Our Lady Under the Chain, originally founded by the Knights Templar.
Stop at Kampa Island and circle leafy Kampa Park along the banks of the Vltava. Ogle its giant baby sculptures by sculptor David Cerný and see Kampa Square, a location that featured in the movie Mission: Impossible.
See another witty Cerny sculpture outside the Franz Kafka Museum, and view the Vojan Gardens and Wallenstein Gardens at the Wallenstein Palace — a vision of ornamental hedges, fountains and topiary.
Climb the hill up to Prague Castle and absorb the panoramic views of Prague as your guide explains how the UNESCO-listed complex was founded in the 9th century and considered the world’s biggest ancient castle.
Hear about the Gothic, Baroque and Romanesque buildings tucked within its walls, and go inside through the Black Tower Gate.
Then, walk to Golden Lane, the quaint row of medieval cottages that once housed archers, goldsmiths, and in the early 20th century, Czech writer Franz Kafka.
Next, visit the Old Royal Palace, the former residence of Bohemia’s kings, before admiring the castle’s crowning glory, St Vitus Cathedral. This Gothic masterpiece is the country’s largest church and the former coronation site of Bohemia’s monarchs and Holy Roman Emperors.
Finally, leave the castle and walk to the Manes Bridge on the Vltava, where your tour ends.
The small group made this tour so much more enjoyable than large group tours. Love these private tours! Hope Viator brings more of these into their menu. Our guide was great. He picked us up right at our hotel and he had a wealth of information about the city and all the points we visited. At the end of the day,he walked us all the way back into town, giving us more info on the city and then directed us to our meeting point for our Beer and Tapas tour that evening.
Young and enthusiastic. Excellent content of information. Taught us how to use the metro and tram and listened to our preferences.
Martina was fantastic! So informative and fun!!!
Excellent guide even though our tour was in the pouring rain!
We especially enjoyed that the tour was private and that we could talk to our guide about the city and the people, but had taken the Prague in One Day Sightseeing Tour the day before and there was a bit of overlap. I wouldn't recommend travelers take both tours.
I found this a bit disappointing I would like to have seen more of the castle and cathedral