Bring a day in Prague to a memorable close with this 3-hour evening walking tour and Vltava River cruise. Meet your expert guide at dusk, and discover some of the Old Town’s highlights and tucked-away treasures, all sparkling with lights. See where Mozart once lived; explore the sights of medieval Old Town Square; and more. Finally, enjoy a 1-hour Vltava cruise, passing Prague’s floodlit landmarks and the Charles Bridge as you savor a complimentary drink. Numbers are limited to 20 on this small-group tour for a more personalized experience.
3-hour evening combo in Prague with walking tour and river cruise
Walk through Old Town with a knowledgeable guide and admire the lit-up attractions
See top sights like the Church of Our Lady Before Tyn, the Astronomical Clock and Charles Bridge
Hear many stories about Prague’s romantic and mystical legends
Visit the Jewish quarter, home to the Old New Synagogue
Take a 1-hour cruise on the Vltava River, with an included drink
Small-group tour with a maximum of 20 people ensures a more personalized experience
Start your evening experience in central Prague when you meet your expert guide. Get an introduction to Prague’s 1,000-year-old history and set off on your small-group walking tour. Stroll the medieval streets to see a house where Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lived in the late 18th century. Hear how the famous composer adored Prague, and how this affection lay behind its nickname of ‘Mozart’s Mistress.’ Continue walking and hear about another of Prague’s legendary residents — the Italian lothario, Giacomo Casanova. Learn how the notorious womanizer visited Prague in the 1750s, and penned his memoirs at a Czech castle — the Chateau Duchcov. Head into the maze-like Old Town and visit Tyn Court, an enclosed courtyard set beneath the Church of Our Lady Before Tyn. Look around the small square as your guide explains how in medieval days, foreign merchants paid a fee to trade and store their goods here. See the ornate Astronomical Clock in the Old Town Square and then walk into the Jewish Quarter to view the Old New Synagogue, the oldest working synagogue in all of Europe. Continue to the Vltava River and take in views of the statue-lined Charles Bridge. Then, round off your evening with a relaxing sightseeing cruise. Board a comfortable boat and enjoy magical evening views of Prague Castle and the city’s towers and spires, all illuminated against the night sky. Enjoy a complimentary drink as you sail and after around an hour, end your tour when your boat docks back at the jetty.
Reviews by Viator travelers
Wonderful tour.. Prague by Night.
, Jul 2019
Prague by Night
We can’t express enough enthusiasm for our guided tour and boat ride with Martina. First, this was a group tour but we were the only two signed up. We are so grateful that the tour was not canceled! Martina is a knowledgeable, enthusiastic, kind, educated and artistic woman and her tour reflects her many strengths as a person. Additionally, because there were only the two of us, she was able to gear the walk to our needs. Because we had already seen the major tourist sites, she was able to immediately switch gears to give us a Prague “off the beaten track” artistic and political” 1 ½ hour walking tour—just what we wanted. Then for the last hour she took care of all the details for us to have a graceful and quiet boat ride with others on the Vlatva River. As we continued to ask about Czech culture, she pointed out the sights along the shoreline. We left the tour with a deeper understanding of Czech arts and history, and through Martina, we felt we had a personal connection to it. A beautiful way to lift the veil of being a tourist.
Jon was an entertaining and knowledge tour guide. We had only our family for this tour. We enjoyed his stories, his energy and his humor. The River Cruise was a bit boring but the walking tour was nice.
We were fortunate enough to be the only two persons on the tour and to have Honza as our guide. He was very knowledgeable, had impeccable English and really tried to make the tour personal and special. My girlfriend and I both loved it and we can highly recommend it to everyone who is not fond of big groups and standard talk.
My husband and I were the only ones on the tour that evening so we really got to ask the questions that we wanted answered. Our tour guide had degrees in hospitality and philosophy so could really talk about the economy, the arts, the culture - and anything else we thought to ask. My husband rates this as one of the best tours we got on our 3 week trip.
Ondrej was amazing, he's a local from Prague so he knows all the history, where to eat, and must do while in Prague. I will definitely recommend this tour. And hoping to come back in Prague. Thank you ondrej
We took a number of tours during our European vacation and this was the only tour that was relatively worthless. First, we needed to confirm three days ahead of the tour and when I called, they didn't have our reservation although she later found it. The meeting place was VERY difficult to find and so we almost missed the tour. It was a relatively large group. There was very little information presented during the walking tour and the guide provided no information during the boat tour and we couldn't hear the loud speaker during the boat tour either. The views from the boat were very nice and the beer cold. Other than that, the tour was a real disappointment.