Let the Grand City Tour introduce you to Golden Prague and its historic attractions and monuments. Located on the River Vltava in central Bohemia, Prague has been the political, cultural, and economic centre of the Czech state for over 1100 years. Widely considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, Prague is among the most visited cities on the continent.
The city holds much delight for any visitor with so much cultural and historic built heritage managing to survive Europe’s turbulent history throughout the centuries. During this Grand City Tour, you will be guided through both the old town and the new town areas of Prague.
Set your sights on such delightful attractions as The State Opera, the National Museum, Wenceslas Square, Charles Square, and also engage in a visit to Prague Castle, where a walk around the Castle courtyards awaits you. You can also take the opportunity to see St. Vitus Cathedral, with its grand Gothic architecture, dynamic net-vaulted ceilings, intricate sculptures and stone carvings.
The bus will then take you across the River Vltava to the Old Town Square, with its unique atmosphere and enchanting array of historical edifices displaying many architectural styles, from gothic to baroque. Visitors flock to gaze at the medieval Astronomical Clock, with its Walk of the Apostles and the figure of Death striking the hour. With such a vast number of beautiful buildings, sights and squares, the Grand City Tour of Prague ensures you see them all.
Meeting/pick-up point: Republic Square, opposite Municipal Hall.
Duration: Approximately three hours and a half.
Start/opening time: The tour is available every day twice: at 9.30am and at 2pm.
Languages: We guarantee tour in English. German, French, Russian, Spanish and Italian are available on request.
PRICE 55 EURO
Karlovy Vary tour from Prague
Be rejuvenated by a visit to the world famous spa city of Karlovy Vary. Nestled in a picturesque, forested valley, the city is famous for its thermal springs. Enjoy the chance to try out the healing properties of the springs that have attracted visitors since the 1700’s. Reflect on the beauty of glass and crystal during a stunning exhibition at the MOSER factory, and enjoy a stroll through the spa colonnades of this historical city. Finish off a day of indulgence with a taste of the delicious local wafers and the traditional herbal Becherovka liqueur during lunch.
Situated in the area of western Bohemia, Karlovy Vary has a history dating back to the Middle-Ages. With a long established reputation as a spa town, it boasts 12 main springs, 300 smaller ones and the warm-water Tepla River. Legend tells that the healing qualities of the springs were first acclaimed by the city’s founder, King Charles IV, in 1370.
Another celebrated aspect of the city is its heritage of glass and crystal manufacturing, with the MOSER Factory leading the way in this industry. Glimpse first-hand the shining examples of many historical and prizewinning glass and crystal creations, as well as learn more of the distinctive qualities of crystal and the history of the MOSER Company.
Immerse yourself in the beauty and timeless quality of the city’s colonnades and get a chance to experience one of the thermal springs for yourself. Indulge in a spot of lunch and try out the delicious local wafers and traditional herbal liqueur, Becherovka. Spoil yourself with a day spent discovering Karlovy Vary and put the spring back in your step!
Meeting/ Pick up point: Republic Square, opposite Municipal Hall.
Duration: Approximately 10 hours.
Start or opening time: Saturdays at 9am.
End or closing time: At 7pm.
Languages: English always available, with German, French, Russian, Spanish and Italian on request.
Others : The tour ends at Republica Square.
PRICE 80 EURO