With the beautiful Vltava River running through the heart of the city, UNESCO–listed Prague is a joy to explore from the water. From city tours to dinner cruises, here are a few ways to see the best of the Czech Republic’s capital by boat.
- Visit top sites of interest such as the Convent of Saint Agnes, the ninth-century Prague Castle, the Rudolfinum, and the Vysehrad fort.
- Enjoy a relaxing cruise with live jazz on the Vltava River.
- Savor lunch or dinner, plus sweeping city views, on a dining cruise.
- Combine your cruise with a hop-on hop-off bus tour to explore Prague even further.
Hop aboard one of Prague’s sightseeing cruises for fine views over the banks of the Vltava River. Along the way, admire top city landmarks such as the Convent of Saint Agnes, Prague Castle, and the Rudolfinum from the waves. Onboard entertainment options may include live theater and jazz.
Whether you choose a relaxed lunch, light afternoon refreshments, or an evening dinner on the water, Prague’s dining cruises are a foodie’s dream. Take to the Vltava River to savor traditional Czech and international cuisine while enjoying an unrivaled look out over city sights such as the Charles Bridge, the National Theatre, St. Peter and Paul Church, and the historic fort of Vysehrad.
For visitors short on time, or those simply keen to see different sides of Prague with ease, combo tours are ideal. Explore the city by coach, boat, and on foot, taking in the famous Charles Bridge, the neo-Renaissance Rudolfinum, and bustling Wenceslas Square. Some combo tours include a stop at Prague Castle, one of the Czech capital’s most popular attractions.