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Découvrez certaines des meilleures attractions de Prague lors de ce tour de la ville d'une journée complète ! Explorez la place Wenceslas et la vieille ville à pied, puis profitez d'un déjeuner traditionnel tchèque. Puis, montez à bord d'une réplique d'un voilier du 19e siècle pour descendre le fleuve Vltava, passant sous pont Charles, et se terminant à la cathédrale de St Vitus, une partie du château classé au patrimoine mondial de l'Unesco.
Le nombre de participants est limité à 12 personnes pour garantir une visite personnalisée en compagnie de votre guide.
The walking tour in Prague was perfect. Time from start to finish was great. Astrid Slootweg was the best. Insightful, easy going, cares about the pace and flow of the tour. The boat cruse was relaxing but it was ok. The Lunch spot was very good. ,
We love foodie tours, and Urban Adventures is our favorite. We look for them in the different European cities that we visit! Our tour guide was Sasha, and he did not disappoint. Very witty, funny and professional, we toured old town and the castle as advertised. The lunch at his favorite restaurant was HUGE! We were also able to sample pastries from two different shops! The cruise under the Charles Bridge was also quite memorable. It was an outstanding tour and left us with a very favorable opinion of Prague's charm!
The meeting point was only a 15 mins walk from our hotel which was great but I would suggest finding this out and printing a map. It was very cold as it had been snowing during the night but with all the breaks we had it didn't ruin the tour at all. Our tour guide was Sasa and he was brilliant, very friendly and informative with a good sense of humour. There were only 6 of us on the tour, 8 including Sasa and another member but I can't remember her name (sorry) so it was a lovely small group, it was like hanging out with your mates as we all got along. There is a lot of walking involved but with all the stops and breaks it didn't feel like you was walking for miles on end even though we did walk approx 11km. We had the chance for a hot drink and pastry, then another break on the boat trip, then another break for lunch so we could warm up in between which was lovely. Me and my partner had the beef goulash at lunch and it was beautiful so would highly recommend this dish and the restaurant we went to was a traditional Czech place with great beer! The tour covered all the places we wanted to visit, including Old Town/Xmas market, Jewish Quarter, Charles Bridge, John Lennon wall and Prague Castle. It also helped us with our bearings on getting around Prague too as it is such a large city. We had a brilliant day out and we would highly recommend anyone doing this tour as we learnt a lot about the history of Prague and some of the old legends too!
Brilliant tour with a brilliant guide named Tom who was very easy going and spoke great English. Would have no hesitation in booking another tour with Viator.So, Thank you Tom for a great day albeit it was freezing cold!!
This was a great tour. So glad I booked it. My tour guide was George and he was awesome. We had a nice size group and saw everything we were supposed to. The tour included a stop for coffee (your expense) and lunch and then on up to the castle. A few of us hung out after the tour and walked up and down the bridge to look at all the neat things for sale. I highly recommend this tour.
This tour was the highlight of our time in Prague. Jiri was absolutely excellent and has an amazing passion for his homeland that comes out in his explanations. We highly recommend the tour and please ask for Jiri and Prague will come alive for you
My issue with this tour was that it was so slow that we ended up giving the tour away. While I understand that you have to walk to the lowest common denominator it is unreasonable to be constantly held to ransom by people who wander off to shops and take photos at a snails pace. It is the guides responsibility to at the very least keep the tour going at a reasonable pace otherwise you miss out on seeing what has been advertised.