The Best of Prague

Czechia, Praha 1

Traditional experience hosted by Fun in Prague

10:00 UTC
Upto 99 guests
Hosted in German, English, Russian, Spanish, French, Italian

What you'll do?

Enjoy The Best of Prague tour!

Perfect tour for all who want to discover Prague’s most famous sights on a tour by foot, tram and boat! Start with a romantic stroll across the Charles Bridge, enjoy the panoramic tram ride to Prague Castle,

explore the mysterious Jewish Quarter and the medieval Old Town. Taste a traditional Czech dish and finally relax and admire the panorama of “the city of hundred spires“

on a river cruise with free refreshments. All this with a knowledgeable local guide!

Meet your guide in the very heart of the Old Town at the threshold of the Charles Bridge and set off on a magical journey through time.

On this unique tour, you will learn the most interesting stories of more than a thousand years of Prague history, admire the extraordinary richness of Prague architecture,

the variety of styles, and the art of the old masters which will accompany us at every step.

Begin with a romantic stroll across the Charles Bridge enjoying the breathtaking view of the Castle panorama after which you sink into the streets of the Lesser Town.

Here we take a tram and enjoy the beautiful view on our way up to Prague Castle.

As you stroll through the ancient seat of the Czech kings and emperors, carried away by the monumental splendor of the gothic St. Vitus Cathedral,

your guide will reveal some more from the glorious royal past of the Czech Lands.

About this tour

Continue to the Jewish Quarter, once the largest Jewish settlement in Europe! Here in the area with an unusually mysterious atmosphere,

we find a number of exceptionally preserved synagogues and the ancient Old Jewish Cemetery.

The highlight of the walk is the Prague Old Town with the beautiful Old Town Square.

This old marketplace, originally built in the 11th century, is Dominated by the splendid Church of Our Lady Before Týn and the Old Town Hall. Here, as a living witness of the history,

the Prague Astronomical Clock has been measuring time for more than six centuries.

But now is the time for well-deserved rest and refreshment. You are warmly welcome to enjoy an excellent lunch in one of the traditional Prague pubs.

Taste typical Czech food and maybe even a glass of fine Czech beer!

After lunch, you will still have an opportunity to explore some of the most picturesque narrow streets of medieval Old Town on your way to the pier.

Now, pleasantly tired, you hop aboard a fully wooden boat built in the tradition of the 19th century, and your Vltava River cruise can start!

Do not forget to have your camera ready to capture snaps of some of Prague’s legendary landmarks as you go, now from a different perspective!

In winter, the guests are kept warm by period stoves and hot wine, in summer they are served cold beer or soft drinks accompanied by a sweet treat.

After your cruise, you have a unique chance of a free visit to the Charles Bridge Museum which is located at the very same spot.
In front of the Charles Bridge, at Krizovnicke square, by the Statue Charles IV.

Bring comfortable shoes
Be at the meeting point 10 minutes before the start of your tour
Wear warm clothing in autumn/winter time and bring an umbrella in case of rain

Children must be accompanied by an adult (18+)
Not wheelchair accessible

The Best of Prague  Highlights:

Charles Bridge with a spectacular view of Prague Castle
Panoramic tram ride
Visit the Prague Castle including St. Vitus Cathedral
Prague Old Town and Jewish Quarter
Famous Prague Astronomical Clock
Delicious lunch in a traditional Czech beer house
River cruise with refreshments


+ Professional guide
+ Public transfer ticket
+ Traditional Czech lunch with drink
+ River Cruise with refreshments
+ Free entrance to the Charles Bridge Museum

Fun in Prague's commitment to safety

This host committed to Sonema COVID-19-related safety and cleaning guidelines—including adhering to social distancing guidelines, practicing good hygiene, and ensuring that all participants wear a mask.