Prague’s history isn’t just on show above ground: it's hidden beneath the cobbled Old Town, too. With this tour, explore the Czech capital’s underground chambers and cellars, some dating from Roman times. Descend below the cobblestones and delve into the city’s medieval history as you explore secret rooms and corners; learn about alchemy, murders, and executions; and discover the dark past of the Astronomical Clock and Old Town Hall.
Prague’s history lies not just in its Old Town streets but in below-ground corridors and cellars most visitors never see. This tour lets you on this secret world—not accessible independently—with a guide to share its stories. See subterranean rooms from the 1300s and 1400s, hear about dungeons and executions, and uncover stories about landmarks such as the Astronomical Clock. A choice of departures gives you added flexibility.
Prague’s past is as dark as they come, but a standard sightseeing tour will only touch on some of its spooky secrets. This walking tour dives head-first into Czech capital’s sinister side, covering mysterious locations and telling tales of executions, murders, curses, and ghosts through the centuries. Discover an underground medieval dungeon with torture instruments, hear grisly legends and facts, and absorb the city’s eerie after-dark atmosphere. Entrance fees included.
The caves are situated in Central Bohemia and are developed in 400 million years old Devonian limestones, consist of three levels to be found 70 m under the ground-level and over 2 km long. The accessible part is 620 m long and sightseeing tour lasts one hour.What’s included?* 1-hour walking tour in caves* Guide for the way* Mobile audio guide in caves* Water* TransportPrice: 40 euro/ p.p.