The tour takes about 3 hours. If you want, we can make it thirty minutes longer/shorter.
At your hotel. We’ll arrange the details by e-mail or on the phone.
All the stops on the tour are well within walking distance. So, we will go on foot. In case you want to go somewhere further off, we can use public transport.
All services of our guide.
Additional fees (entrance fees, lunch, public transport) are not included in the price, since they can vary depending on your preferences.
Our tours are free of charge for children under 6 years.
|Number of people||1-2||3-5||6 & more|
|Price||125 EUR||140 EUR||27 EUR/person|
If you open the Guinness Book of World Records and look for the largest castle complex, you will soon discover it is Prague Castle. One of the city’s must-see monuments was built in the 9th century. Since then, it has been the home to Czech rulers and kings and today it serves as the official seat of the President. Walking on the medieval cobbled streets, we will explore Prague Castle surrounded by a number of magnificent palaces and churches, including the St. Nicholas Church in the Lesser Square, Wallestein Palace, pilgrimage site Loreta and the Strahov Monastery with its renowned library.
We should also highlight the Gothic St. Vitus Cathedral that dominates the city’s skyline. This gloomy-looking cathedral neighbouring the castle guards the priceless 14th-century Bohemian Crown Jewels shrouded in ghostly legends. If you are into mysteries, prick up your ears on this tour. The old courtyards conceal many secrets! The Royal Garden and Lobkowicz Palace are only some of the sites you should not miss, just like the Golden Lane and the picturesque tiny street hiding house No. 22, where Franz Kafka wrote his books.
Once you climb up the Prague Castle hill, you will be rewarded by a magnificent view of Prague’s red rooftops. You will no longer wonder why Prague is called the city of a hundred spires. Of course, our historical Prague adventure wouldn’t be complete without walking across the world-renowned Charles Bridge.
Since our current president is raising a lot of controversy nowadays, you will often come across pictures of his home – the castle – not only on postcards but also in tabloids and magazines. Once we share with you our local (hi)story, feel free to ask us about anything you are wondering about or interested in.