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My wife and I visited Prague for a day, the boat cruise was wonderful way to see the city on a chilly winter day. We had an English speaking tour guide who took time to give additional information on the sites seen for Old Town section of the city. Transportation was provided to the boat, and our cruise came with tea and cake. My wife was able to choose hot chocolate while I had a single malt whiskey. There were other options available on the menu. We were able to see Charles bridge and plenty of geese and ducks. A very lovely way to spend an hour or so.
Doing what: Prague Vltava River Afternoon Tea Cruise
This tour was amazing!
Our guide was lovely and tour was very informative. The only downside, and this was purely the time of year beginning of April, was that it was an enclosed bus. Other than that I would highly recommend it as a way to introduce yourself to this beautiful city.
Recommend it for first time visitors, very helpful.
Highly recommend this amazing tour. We spent 6 hours with Tereza and found it highly informative and really interesting.
Tereza was very knowledgeable and worked hard to ensure that we came away from our tour with knowledge of the city and #39;s immense history.
If in Prague, do this tour. You won and #39;t re
Hannah R Australia
This was one of the best tours I have ever taken. Our guide. Sarah, was both knowledgeable and interesting. I really enjoyed her extra bits of information and insights. We covered a lot of ground but it was worth every step. Thoroughly recommend this tour
Doing what: Jewish Prague Walking Tour
great tour guide. excellent itinerary. ended up being only 2 of us, so it was like a private tour. we enjoyed it very much!
Firstly it's not clear how to find the tour guides. We wasted a morning looking for buses, only to discover we needed to find the men with the umbrellas in the Old Square. This was after we'd walked around the Jewish Quarter ourselves. Once we found someone Richard who couldn't have been more helpful he pointed us out where to go. We had the ticket for the duration of our trip so we just got on a mini bus and went all around the city arriving back in Wenceslas Square late afternoon - to do some shopping. This was really nice, but obviously not part of the tour. The next day we got to the bus stop 2 near our hotel and took the coach to the Castle. The queues were pretty big security and to be honest, although they say it's the biggest castle in the World, it really isn't a castle. It's more of a village made up of lots of different buildings, and a very impressive cathedral. I understand if you climb to the top of the tower you can see vast views of the beautiful city, but it's about 9 flights of stairs, and what with the freezing cold, we just weren't feeling it. As the coach arrives and leaves ever 45 minutes if you don't catch it you're absolutely buggered. So we ended up catching the 22 tram back in to the town centre. We had a 4pm date at the river with the boat tour, and this by far was the worst part of the trip. It sails up and down the river slower than you can roller skate, with no guide, and absolutely no information. There really is nothing to see. All in all I would say 90 for two tickets is a huge waste of money. The Jewish Quarter is something you can do yourself, and the castle is not all that special. The boat trip is not worth a penny. I reckon you can save yourself a lot of money and do one of two of these things without purchasing a 48 hour ticket. Just walked around Prague City Centre and seeing the sights is worthwhile.
William G United States of ...
I have used Viator many times in different cities and this is the first time I have been disappointed. The directions were quite clear on where to pick up the vouchers and that part went fine. The Hop ON Hop off Bus was OK but that's where it ended . The Castle Tour was good if abbreviated once we found out where and when to find our guide-not well explained. The bus had very few really interesting stops so a bit of a let down. Now, the boat cruise was terrible. The boat was old, had no guide or explanation on what we were seeing-just a ride down the river and back! We took a similar Seine River cruise in Paris and it was fantastic as well as our cruise in Amstedam-nothing like this trip. Would not do this trip. Our Jewish Quarter tour didn't even happen-couldn't find out where to go for it! Whole tour not worth the price.
We had a very knowledgeable tour guide that was very proud of her city. The best part of the small group tours is often you get a personal tour which this turned out to be. Our time went so quickly, our guide gave us lots or information and suggestions for exploring on our own. This is very helpful and something you generally don't get with large group tours.
Tereza Moravcova is the best tour guide I have ever experienced. She made Prague really sing for us. Her passion for what she was doing her love for Prague, and her compassion for her group, enhanced my experience in Prague. She helped me personally when I needed it, and she checked up on me by email to make sure I was okay.
I would recommend this tour to people who want to experience Prague and get a feel for its heart. The cruise was short but worthwhile and the goulash was delicious. When I come back to Prague, I'll try to see Tereza again.
Jules United States of ...
I have to thank Kaca for this WONDERFUL, WONDERFUL experience. Kaca's great love for and deep knowledge of her city and country really made our day with her a joy. The river cruise is a hoot. The restaurant was adorable. Great beer. Good food. The key to it all, however, was our fabulous guide. The full day simply sped by. We took this tour on the second of a six-day stay in Prague. We later followed up on nearly all the tips and straightforward information that Kaca had given us during the remaining days. This is why I have to thank her not only for a phenomenal day, but also for a wonderful stay in the beautiful and fascinating city of Prague.
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