Explore Prague – walking tours
Do you have limited time in Prague? Are you physically fit? Do you want to explore the city like a local but still see all the major sights and plenty of hidden gems? If so, our Ultimate Prague Hike – All-in-One Day Tour is designed just for you!
- Get a brief introduction to Prague’s history at Wenceslas Square
- Visit the hidden Franciscan Garden to admire the beautiful Church of Our Lady of the Snows
- Stop by the Old Town Square to see the Astronomical Clock
- Wander through the Jewish Quarter
- Enjoy priceless panoramic views of Prague from Letná Hill
- Walk through the Royal Gardens to reach Prague Castle
- Take a peek at St. Vitus Cathedral
- Refuel with delicious Czech cuisine and beer at the old Strahov Monastery
- Admire spectacular city views from the Petřín Lookout Tower and the Charles Bridge
- See the St. Nicholas Church and the John Lennon Wall in the Lesser Town
Following a brief introduction to Prague’s history at Wenceslas Square, we’ll dive into little backstreets and passages known only by the locals. You’ll get to know the history of the New Town and the Old Town, and see the area’s most amazing sights. The Old Town Square – home to the Astronomical Clock, Týn Church and the Jewish Quarter are just a few of the places we’ll visit.
We’ll then cross the Čechův Bridge and walk to Letná Hill – a great chill-out spot adored by locals. Why is it so popular? You’ll understand as soon as we get there! Make sure your camera battery is fully charged – the views from the top are priceless.
After taking a short walk through the Royal Gardens, we’ll arrive at Prague Castle to discover its 1000-year-long history and hear stories of influential emperors who governed the empire from within its walls. As a bonus, we’ll take a quick peek at St. Vitus Cathedral.
At this point we assume everyone will be hungry and thirsty, so we’ll refuel with delicious Czech cuisine and beer at the old Strahov Monastery in the city centre. When was the last time you drank blessed beer?
Just a few steps from the Monastery is the amazing Petřín Lookout Tower, offering outstanding views of the city. Zigzagging down the hill, we’ll venture into the Lesser Town to visit the St. Nicholas Church – the greatest baroque church in Prague, as well as the John Lennon Wall.
Our final stop will be the Charles Bridge. Here, our 6–8 hour adventure will come to an end with a fresh river breeze and gorgeous views.
For this tour, please make sure you have the following:
- Comfortable shoes
- Camera (trust us, you’ll want tot take a lot of pictures)
- Backpack (note that heavy messenger bags can become very uncomfortable after a few hours)
- A small snack
- Professional tour guide
- Free map of Prague
- 1.5 litre bottle of water
- Plenty of photo stops at places with panoramic views
What‘s not included:
- Petřín Tower entry ticket
- St. Nicholas Church entry ticket
See Prague’s most famous sights on a relaxed walking tour with a knowledgeable local guide. We’ll show you the best of what Prague has to offer and help you experience the real atmosphere of this historical city that dates back more than 1000 years.
Meet your guide at the Old Town Square and walk along a path well trodden by the former kings of Bohemia! Firstly we’ll head down Karlova St. to one of Prague’s most famous monuments – the Charles Bridge. We’ll then stop off at Kampa Island, often referred to as the “little Venice of Prague”, to see two love-locked bridges and the John Lennon Wall – an important memorial site that has been in existence since the early 80s.
Your next steps will lead you towards St. Nicholas Church – a pearl of baroque architecture in Prague. Its majestic dome can be seen from most places in the city centre. Passing along Nerudova St. we’ll arrive at our final destination – the stunning Prague Castle. As we slowly explore its numerous courtyards, we’ll take a dive into the Castle’s fascinating history that spans over 1000 years. The tour ends in front of a tiny picturesque street called Golden Lane.
- See Prague’s most popular sights on one comprehensive walking tour
- Step back in time at the charming Old Town Square and St. George’s Basilica
- Admire stunning views as you cross the Charles Bridge
- Discover Kampa Island – the “little Venice of Prague”
- Get up close and personal with the John Lennon Wall
- Marvel at the magnificent architecture of St. Nicholas Church and St. Vitus Cathedral
- Visit Hradčanské Square and the Old Royal Palace
- Explore the majestic grounds of Prague Castle with a knowledgeable local guide
Duration: 3 hours
- Prague Castle entry ticket
Price: 39 EUR / Departure: daily at 10:00 or 14:00
Interested in modern history of Prague during World War II and communism?
Do the names Oskar Fleischer, Jan Palach and Klement Gottwald ring a bell? Do you know what life was like in Czechoslovakia during the 50 years of a totalitarian regime? And why one of the most interesting Jewish museums is located in Prague? This tour is designed to give a full understanding and bring you closer to the events under the rule of a dictatorial regime, which had ruled our country for over 50 years.
Together we explore the most important places connected with WWII and communist regime in our country. At first we’re going to visit memorial plaque on Národní street, talking about students who were brutally stopped by communist police. After a short walk we move to a museum dedicated to brave Czech paratroopers, who successfully assassinated Reinhard Heydrich – a butcher of Prague, but finally died in a fight against 700 Germans. The next stop is a Wenceslas square, a place where a lot of demonstrations against communist totalitarian regime took a place. You’ll be moved by stories of people who stood up against oppressions and were ready to put their lives for a hope of possible change.
We also take a look on a former headquarters of Gestapo in Prague, which was a place people feared the most. Once you got in, you never returned. From there we walk directly to the Old Town Square and Jewish quarter, where several other stories of World War II will be mentioned. And you will get an answer why is it possible that we still have Jewish sights in a city, which was occupied from the very beginning of the war.
So are you ready to experience a whole different kind of a tour?
- See the memorial on Národní St. dedicated to hundreds of student protesters
- Learn what happened to the Czech paratroopers who assassinated the Nazi commander Reinhard Heydrich at the National Memorial to the Heroes of the Heydrich Terror
- Hear the stories of people who stood up against the regime at Wenceslas Square
- Visit the former Gestapo headquarters at Petschek Palace
- Listen to chilling WWII tales at the Old Town Square
- Find out why several Jewish sights survived destruction at the historic Jewish Quarter
Duration: 3 hours
- Professional guide
- Museum of Heydrich’s terror entry ticket
What’s not included:
- Public transportation ticket
Price: 35 EUR / Departure: Tue-Su starting at 10:00 or 14:00