Discover Prague with a comprehensive full-day tour, including lunch and a relaxing Vltava River cruise. With a guide, enjoy a panoramic city coach tour and a walking tour around the exterior of UNESCO-listed Prague Castle. Savor a 3-course lunch at a luxury restaurant and later, take a leisurely sightseeing cruise, passing the Charles Bridge as you enjoy complimentary refreshments. Lastly, stroll around the Jewish Quarter and Old Town to see the Astronomical Clock and other highlights.
Full-day guided tour of Prague combining a coach tour, a walking tour, a three-course lunch, and refreshments aboard a Vltava river cruise
See Prague Castle and many UNESCO World Heritage sites as the Old Town, the Lesser Town and Charles Bridge
See the National Theater, the Rudofinum, the Powder gate, wenceslas square, Valdstejn Garden, the Jewish Town and many others
Start your full-day tour from central Prague. Then, hop inside an air-conditioned coach for a panoramic tour of some of Prague’s major sights. Take in landmarks such as the Powder Tower, one of the city’s medieval gateways; the National Theatre; and bustling Wenceslas Square, the scene of the protests that marked the 1989 Velvet Revolution. After your drive, take a guided walking tour around the exterior of UNESCO-listed Prague Castle. View the monumental walls as your guide shares the castle’s history, and then head to a nearby restaurant. Savor a delectable 3-course meal as you absorb the sweeping views, and afterward, see the delightful Valdstejn Garden, an Italian-style garden attached to the 17th-century Valdstejn Palace. Then, explore the baroque neighborhood of Mala Strana and Kampa Island, home to the famous graffiti-covered Lennon Wall, before taking a sightseeing cruise along the Vltava River. As you sail, admire the passing sights, including the Charles Bridge and other landmarks, and enjoy the complimentary refreshments provided on board. Step ashore and walk to nearby Jan Palach Square, a grand square named after a 20th-century Czech student who gave his life here in the struggle again communist rule. Next, stroll along stylish Parizska Avenue on route to the history-steeped Jewish Quarter. Hear tales of Prague’s Jewish heritage as you view the elegant streets, and then continue to beautiful Old Town Square — Prague’s medieval heart. Take snaps of the Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock, and then walk to the Estates Theatre, where Mozart conducted the premiere of Don Giovanni in 1787. Your tour then finishes here.
Badly guided tour. We had booked German speaking tour, unfortunately mainly Italian and a little English explained. Friendly and appealing served food was of miserable quality. This tour operator is not recommended
Well organised tour picked up from the pick up point and started the a full day tour including lunch and river cruise. First time in Prague best choice see all the sights. The weather was really nice hot
Olga, the guide, was terrible. She focused on 2 Spanish speaking guests and didn't care about the rest of the group. It was more of a walking tour then anything else. The choice in restaurant was definitely an afterthought. Lots of construction around it and the food and service were not amazing. We all wanted to leave from the beginning. The only thing that kept us going was the boat ride. Terrible tour guide. We kept on listening to guides from other tour companies in order to obtain information about the sites. Prague is beautiful and we highly recommend visiting it.
Thank you for your feedback. We are sorry that the guide did not seem good to you. The guides alternate on this trip and we regret that Mrs. Olga was not a cup of your tea. Yes, this is a day trip through Prague and only an hour is provided by bus. Most interesting objects are not reachable by bus.
Team of Gray Line Czech Republic
Started with a whistle stop bus tour of the city highlights gabbled at us at great speed. At the castle we were all handed over from Victor to a woman who marched off and made no attempt to interact with her group at all. Spent most of the time on her phone. She was so inaudible on the two occasions when she did bother to stop and tell us something that we gave up trying to listen. When she let us free for 30 minutes we found another English speaking group led by ERIC (go with him. go with him) who was loud and informative. We learned 'more in 10 minutes with Eric than we did in the whole of the day with our useless guide. We watched the changing of the guard and then she led us round St Vitus basilica but only the free bits. Go on your own, pay for the full route and you will get to see the whole church. We did that the next day. Then we were led through the gardens and our to a restaurant for a good 3 course lunch. However, our useless guide had failed to tell everyone that the drinks were 'extra, left before everyone was ready and the staff came chasing after non payers. One of the group had to chase after the group and demand that our useless guide stopped. Then she took us to Charles IV bridge and to the loos because there was no toilet on the boat. She again failed to give us vital information like 'where we were going after the loos. She led the group to the boats before everyone 'was out of the toilet. My friend got left 'behind and didn't know where to go. She missed the river cruise 'and I didn't see her again until we were back at our hotel. Before the river cruse 4 of the party walked away in disgust. Several more left afterwards after our useless guide's less than caring attitude about actually losing on of the groiup. She led the remains of the group off to the Astronimical clock while I was left wondering where my friend was. I could not get my phone to work so asked 'the guide to see if she could phone 'my friend which she strongly objected to because it was her own personal phone - which she had been on for most of the day when she should have been guiding us. The river cruise was only 50 minutes because it was so slow. It basically spuddled around either side of the bridge and along the canal and back. Do not do this tour. It is rubbish. The only good bit was the lunch.
This tour was primarily a walking tour. The only time we were on the bus was from the pickup from our hotel to the drop off point. Then we walked for many miles with little breaks. We were a small group of about 12 and the tour guide had to give explanations in 3 different languages. It was had to listen to jumping from language to language. We could not tour the cathedral because the line was too long. This was a disappointment. We did not get to go into the castle.
This tour sets out to show you the sights of Prague so that you may select which ones you would like to visit in your own time Only 4 of us, 2 from Paraguay and us from Bristol. .!5 minutes late starting because of a no show, they wanted to wait longer but I pointed out it was a busy long tour and we left.
The coach tour, plonk you in a bus and go around having the various sights pointed out to us, a good plan, but the driver and guide had issues, which ended in a full blown argument. Raised voices, yelling and shouting; embarrassing and totally unprofessional.
The boat trip was good, relaxed and informative. Meal was okay
The walk! I have breathing and walking difficulties but I get around albeit a little slower than most BE AWARE this walking tour is over 4.25 miles! It is not slow and at times almost turns into a race against the clock. The tour was in 2 languages and often it was in English after we had passed the building that she was talking bout.
Alice the guide is excellent, intelligent, knowledgeable and speaks 6 languages fluently. She also appears to love her job.
Overall it was an informative tour BUT beware if you are not a marathon runner or power walker, the distance and energy levels required should be made clear before entering onto the tour. The arguing and bickering between the bus driver and guide really spoilt it for us