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Glide past nighttime Prague’s illuminated castles and cathedrals on a dinner cruise along the Vltava River. Pick your favorites from a hearty buffet lineup, and dine under a glass dome roof that allows panoramic views of Prague Castle, the National Theater, and the underside of Charles Bridge as the boat passes beneath it. A welcome glass of sparkling prosecco and live music set the scene for an elegant evening on the water.
Savor a memorable meal in Prague on a Vltava River dinner cruise
Choose from among a wide selection of Czech appetizers and entrees at a buffet
Soak up the glowing evening ambience through a retractable glass roof
Romantic restaurant alternative for couples and groups of friends
For some reason I thought this would be more sight seeing and less going in circles in the river. No worries. The food was perfectly fine, with plenty of it. We enjoyed the cheese way too much. Be warned: wine is sold by the bottle! We accidentally ordered two.
Also, this is a simple catered meal onboard. It is nothing more, nothing less. But for prague, this is a very expensive dinner that was not worth the cost.
We had rain so that put a damper on things. The windows were spotty and steamed up. We thought the hostess was not nice, the food although plentiful was not hot enough. They had a trio of banjo, trumpet and bass and its not the music we were expecting. All in all a big disappointment and it was our anniversary.
The trip was fine, but nothing special. Spent about 45-50 minutes going through the locks. After sunset it was too dark to see much of anything. The staff were excellent, and the music was lively and entertaining. The food was alright, but nothing special. I would recommend a daylight boat trip if anyone was interested in seeing Prague from the river. It is an awesome city.
This tour was just ok. The food was good but we didn't get a seat under the glass dome so we didn't have 180 degree views. No brochures were given out regarding the buildings we were passing so we had no idea what things were.