Explore Prague your way with this private tour that gives you the option of walking through the narrow streets or traveling by private car. With a guide, check out the city’s main attractions—from Prague Castle and St Vitus Cathedral to the Jewish Quarter, Old Town and Charles Bridge—and follow the Royal Way, a route used during coronations of Bohemian kings.
Ever since we started the first food tours in Prague back in 2011, the idea has been simple. We take you to places you would not have found by yourself. We carefully choose delicious, authentic dishes and drinks you should not miss. And in the meantime we tell you things you could not google. We could go on through all the clichés. (Off the beaten path, traditions passed from generation to generation, hidden corners, and seasonal organic produce from local farmers? Check!) But the basic fact is that we run this on empathy. We know how precious your vacation time is, so we will not waste it on second-rate food or experience. We will treat your vacation and trip to Prague as if it were our own. So if you want to spend a few hours in the company of well-traveled locals who will serve you must-try foods and drinks and will not resort to tourist clichés because simply our conscience would not let us (and our Czech friends and would eat us alive for it), we'll be happy to have you.
See two countries in one day on this small-group tour from Prague. In Germany, explore the city of Hrensko and the Pravcicka Gate, the Bastei Bridge, and sail on a gondola-style boat on the Kamenice River Gorge. Then, discover photogenic natural wonders at the Bohemian and Saxon National Parks on the Czech-German Border.
Skip the hassle of public transport on this private guided tour from Prague to Český Krumlov, exclusively for you and your party. Get picked up from your Prague hotel and head into southern Bohemia, making a stop in Česke Budejovice, home of the original Budweiser beer, before arriving in Český Krumlov. Feel free customize the tour to your preferences as you explore the hilly cobblestoned streets of the town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with your guide.
Visit one of Germany’s most beautiful cities on this day trip to Dresden from Prague. Nicknamed the ‘Florence of the Elbe,’ Dresden is brim with baroque and rococo buildings, many raised and rebuilt, phoenix-like, from the ashes of World War II. After traveling from Prague to Dresden by air-conditioned coach, visit the Zwinger Old Masters Gallery to see masterworks including the ‘Sistine Madonna’ by Raphael; admire the domed Frauenkirche (Church of the Virgin Mary); and enjoy the afternoon free to have lunch and explore this resplendent city further at leisure.
Eat your way through the historic center of Prague on a 4-hour food tour. The culinary adventure takes you to some of the city’s most famous and top secret eateries. Dishes may include goulash, dumplings, and roast pork. In addition to the country's world class beer, you also enjoy locally produced Moravian wines. After a piece of chimney cake, leave with a map with personalized restaurant recommendations.
Watch the sights of Prague glide by in the evening light on this Vltava River dinner cruise, a great way to get a fresh perspective on Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge, and more. Your evening includes a transfer from the city center, live music, a delicious buffet dinner, and a welcome shot of Becherovka, the Czech favorite spirit. You’ll finish at a pier by Old Town.
Join us on a private tour to Mauthausen Concentration camp. Located in Austria, just outside of the Czech Republic, Mauthausen was a place of the Nazi terror through which many prominent Czech people passed. On a way back we will visit Cesky Krumlov, a historical town that has not changed much since the 16th century.
Prague has a history of winemaking dating back to medieval times but many travelers don’t realise that there are still vineyards in the city. On this tour, enjoy a guided tour of the Troja Chateau vineyards and Grebovka Wine Cellar, learn about the winemaking process, and sample a selection of regional wines. Hotel pickup and private transfers are included, so you can enjoy wine tasting without having to worry about transport.
See the twinkling turrets, towers and spires of Prague from the water on a 2-hour evening buffet cruise along the Vltava River. Board a prettily illuminated sightseeing boat, sip a glass of Becher liqueur , and admire the passing procession of sights, silhouetted and showcased by floodlights. View Prague Castle, the National Theatre and more; sail under the Charles Bridge and pass through the Vltava’s oldest locks. Along the way, savor a delectable dinner buffet, buy drinks from the bar, and enjoy some traditional Czech music from the live band.
Spend an evening immersed in old Czech culture and cuisine at a folklore show with dinner. Transportation conveniently brings you from your hotel to the folk village where performers in traditional costume present hours of live music and dancing. You can feel free to join in. During the performances, enjoy a Czech meal prepared using original recipes. Drink wine and medovina (sweet liquor made from honey), along with non-alcoholic beverages.
Combine sightseeing in Prague with the fun of riding a fat-wheeled Scrooser electric scooter. These distinctive vehicles are easy for anyone who knows how to ride a bike, but you're given a full safety briefing and demo. Be accompanied by a guide who tells you about the sights you see on the way. This is a fun activity for both adults and kids.
Tour Prague in style—in a vintage car—on this private tour for a party of up to six people. With your private driver at the wheel, you can just sit back and enjoy the scenery while you ride. Listen to commentary tailored to your interests and enjoy the ability to explore the highlights of the city at your own pace.
Explore Kutná Hora's UNESCO-listed landmarks on a private tour for your group of up to seven people with hotel pickup and drop-off in Prague. Visit the 14th-century Church of St. Barabara, the Royal Mint, a medieval silver mine, and the Bone Church, whose interior is decorated with bones from thousands of human skeletons.
Czech Republic is the nation of beer and it would be a great honor to show you how it is manufactured! During the private excursion you will have an opportunity to taste the beer during different phases of its production. Afterwards our private tour guide will guide you through the beautiful city centre of Pilsen with the Church of St.Bartholomew and the High Synagogue, the third largest Jewish temple in the world.
This private excursion is perfect for you, who likes to visit a calm city of local wine and enjoy the czech landcape. Within the trip you will have the chance to visit together with our guide the Mělník castle where lives the Prince George of Lobkowicz with his family, the historical wine cellars and one of the biggest ossuaries in the country. The view to the confluence of the two biggest czech rivers and to the most famous mountain called Říp are just stunning. A glass of delcious czech wine will top your excursion.
Immerse yourself in Bohemian culture on a private 10-hour tour to Cesky Krumlov. Round-trip transportation from your Prague hotel allows you to relax and enjoy the stunning scenery. Itinerary highlights include Hluboka Castle and the historic city center. Visit each location independently and at your own pace or enjoy in-depth commentary with a professional guide (at additional cost). Regardless of your choice, pay a convenient single fee for up to six passengers.
Enjoy Prague with a focus on Jewish history, culture, tradition, and faith during this half-day, guided tour with special access to the city’s Jewish quarter. Walk the streets of Josefov (the Jewish neighborhood) and see artifacts in Europe’s oldest Jewish museum. Tour the interior of synagogues, cemeteries, and the town hall and learn about history and the traditional of Czech Jews.
Accept an invitation to an unconventional small group walk through Kutna Hora, away from the hustle and bustle of the main tourist roads. Visit places full of history, discover the picturesque places of this part of historical Kutna Hora while listening to the all important facts about Czech history. All fees, snacks, lunch and beverages included.
IMPORTANT: WE CANNOT ACCOMMODATE SOLO TRAVELERS FOR THIS TRIP! MINIMUM BOOKING ARE TWO PERSONS. After a journey of about an hour in a air-conditioned minibus we will arrive at the most exciting Czech castle, Karlštejn, founded in 1348 by Charles IV, the most powerful Czech king. We will spend about one and a half hours visiting the most important parts of the castle together. Later we will visit an amazing natural wonder – the Czech Grand Canyon, located nearby the castle. The unique atmosphere of this partly flooded abandoned limestone quarry will surely surprise you. There is one more excursion, to the famous glassworks in Nižbor, where you can admire the art of traditional Czech crystal glass and the skills of the glassmakers.After this excursion the amazing 3-course lunch in nice location will be fine?Important : On Sundays is the glasswork closed. This day the excursion in the glassworks is replaced by a visit to the iconic historical brewery with tasting local beers.
IMPORTANT: WE CANNOT ACCOMMODATE SOLO TRAVELERS FOR THIS TRIP! MINIMUM BOOKING ARE TWO PERSONS.Český Krumlov, a uniquely preserved Renaissance town with over 300 listed UNESCO protected buildings, is stunning in every season. But visiting the city at Christmastime is an unforgettable experience.The aroma of punch and mulled wine drift from restaurants and stands and you can taste many local delicacies, Biscuits and sausages at Christmas markets against the backdrop of the festively decorated city.As the sun sets, the city is illuminated by thousands of lights and the Christmas tree on the main square. Advent Český Krumlov will be in your memory and you will look forward to returning over and over again.After arriving in Český Krumlov, visit the castle museum and the tower. Later, a 3-course lunch in a cozy famous local restaurant.In the afternoon, visit the famous centre of Egon Schiele, walk through the city centre and visit the Christmas market. And maybe some shopping?
The city of Pilsen has lots to offer. First of all it is a beer-brewing Mecca of the world - the first pilsner lager was born there. On the trip you will enjoy a guided tour through Pilsner Urquell brewery finished by a tasting session of unfiltered beer, tapped from oak barrels. Secondly it is a historically valuable city with the 3rd biggest synagogue in the world and the Cathedral of St. Bartholomew with the highest church tower in Czechia, and finally it is an industrial centre of Bohemia with the Skoda engineering company. The day’s program in Pilsen could be also adjusted to kids (Techmania science centre, the only 3D observatory in Czechia, the dinopark, muzeum of ghosts and fairy tales or zoo).
Take a guided walk around Prague at night while learning photography tips from a professional photographer. Stroll the streets of Prague learning about where the best angles are in the city for taking pictures and find out about new techniques for taking photos at night.
IMPORTANT: WE CANNOT ACCOMMODATE SOLO TRAVELERS FOR THIS TRIP! MINIMUM BOOKING ARE TWO PERSONS.Enjoy a unique opportunity to admire the remarkable dexterity and skill of Czech glassmakers refined virtually to perfection over the centuries, and also visit the 1842 birthplace of the most famous Czech beer – Pilsner Urquell.Our first destination – the famous Czech glassworks established 1846. You will see the glass production from start to finish and in the end, you will have the opportunity to buy products from the glassworks at very attractive factory prices.After visiting the glassworks We will visit the capital of Czech Beer - the city of Pilsen. First, we will have a three-course degustation lunch in the renowned local restaurant.After lunch, we will visit the world-famous Pilsner Brewery, where masters have brewed the most famous Czech beer - Pilsner Urquell – since 1842. You’ll learn about the ingredients from which Pilsner Urquell is brewed and lot about beer history