Experience the full, floodlit magic of Prague by night on this leisurely 3-hour evening tour and dinner cruise. Sip a welcome aperitif and enjoy a delicious buffet dinner and accompanying music as you waft by twinkling Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge and other sights. This Prague cruise and tour promises a wonderful, relaxing end to a busy day of sightseeing.
Dinner cruise on the River Vlata and night tour
Buffet dinner including hot and cold dishes
Cruise past historic highlights including Charles Bridge and Prague Castle
Make your way to the meeting point in central Prague. Meet your guide and hop inside your comfortable, air-conditioned coach. Sit back, relax and enjoy the views as you drive past a string of top Prague attractions just as they come alive in a blaze of illuminations. and see other landmarks as you make your way to the Vltava River, where your sightseeing boat awaits. Step aboard the air-conditioned boat and sip on a complimentary aperitif as you set sail on your cruise. Watch the passing sights from the outdoor deck or through the panoramic windows of the cabin. Glide by St Agnes Monastery, the National Theatre and Vyšehrad, distinctive for the towering spires of St Peter and Paul Church, and after a taster of the sights, sit down to a delectable buffet dinner. Take your pick from the selection of Czech and international hot and cold dishes, and enjoy the convivial atmosphere and accompanying music as it lilts through the cabin and decks. Following your meal, head back to the open-air deck or drink in more of the landmarks from the cabin, including the Rudolfinum, the Charles Bridge and magnificent Prague Castle — its walls and spires all aglitter against the inky black sky. When the time comes, return to the original start point of your tour, where your experience ends.
Cruise started after sunset, so it was hard to see landmarks. Nothing was pointed out. When the buffet was finally ready, all tables were allowed to go, resulting in chaos and disorder. The food was mediocre. Music was beautiful, but the cruise was too long.
A nice evening on the water seeing Prague at night. Not as many lights as I expected but a nice evening none the less. Going under Charles bridge was a highlight. Plenty to eat in a buffet style meal and dessert.
Value for money. I would really recommend it. If you are only after the food buffet, then this may not be for you. The food is good, don't get me wrong, but this is more about appreciating the beauty of Prague by night with her lights that reflect on the Vltava river. If you are not one to love a cold breeze on your face, take this on a dry summer's night. The sights are best appreciated on the top deck.
Maybe I had looked at too many photos of the lights along the Vitava River at night and sadly this experience didn't match my expectations. The cruise was pleasant, the food good for this type of activity and wine was well priced. The most exciting thing was going in and out of the lock in the dark.
This tour was wonderful, had a very beautiful view of the city at night and the food was delicious. The only negative thing I have to say is that it is too long. 2 hours would have been long enough, 3 hours was too much.
This tour was fantastic, and worth every cent! The food was good, with the ham being excellent. What really made this trip phenomenal was the sights of the city all lit up. I couldn't believe how many pictures I was took of the same places, with each one slightly different than the next. My only advice is to bring a jacket!
The cruise was nice. The views were beautiful and the music was enjoyable. As people noted, the food was fine. I recommend if the weather is nice to get a seat on top and just stay there. It is stuffy and crowded in the cabin where the buffet is located. If I were to do it again, I would just book the cruise and skip the bus tour. It was very short, we couldn't hear the tour guide and the tour guide provided no commentary on the boat. It was definitely not worth any additional cost for that portion.