Possible Prague & Czech Republic tours organized by local travel agencies.
Informative Prague City Tour
This tour offers a general impression of the "Golden City" through walks and visits to several important sites. It starts at Prague Castle and continues to the Lesser Town, Charles Bridge and the Old Town Square where you can see Old Town Hall and its 15th century astronomical clock, as well as the Church of Our Lady of Týn and Royal Way romantic street. Enjoy this tour listening to ancient legends and tales.
Informative Old Town
Enjoy the atmosphere of the heart of Prague walking through the Royal way and romantic streets of the heart of historical Prague, listening to ancient legends and tales and at the same time observing and monitoring the pulsation of a modern middle-European metropolis.
Prague Castle in detail
The half-day sightseeing tour to Prague Castle, which is the seat of the Czech President, includes the Royal Palace, the seat of the kings of Bohemia with Vladislav´s Hall, St. Vitus´ Cathedral from 14th century, St. George's Basilica with its treasury of the old Czech art, Baroque paintings and sculptures, the Royal Garden and the Golden Lane whose famous inhabitants included the famous Czech writer Franz Kafka. You will have an opportunity to admire a variety of architectonic styles showing the progress of European architecture throughout the centuries.
Old Town and Jewish Ghetto
This half-day walking tour will take you to the historical heart of the city - Old Town, which was settled more than 1000 years ago. The tour begins by the Powder Gate which directs you to Old-Town Square with beautiful houses, palaces and churches of various architectonic styles and a famous astronomical clock. The tour continues to the Jewish Quarter, home to medieval Jewish Ghetto. The story of Prague’s Jewish community can be traced back to the middle of the 10th century. This tour will visit the evocative Old Jewish Cemetery, which dates from the 15th century, the Europe’s oldest Synagogue - the Gothic style Old-New Synagogue, the High Synagogue, the Town Hall, the Pinkas Synagogue and the Ceremonial Hall with its collection of children’s art from the Terezín (World War II concentration camp).
This tour invites you to discover the works of the great Czech artist Alfons Mucha (1860-1939). The exhibition is located in Kounic´s Palace in the very heart of Prague. Municipal House - Prague's most prominent Art Nouveau building stands on the site of the former Royal Court palace, the King's residence between 1383 and 1485. The interior of the building is decorated with works by leading Czech artists of the first decade of the century, including Alfons Mucha. There are numerous smaller halls, as well as cafés and restaurants where visitors can relax and enjoy the center’s flamboyant Art Nouveau decorations at their leisure.
Prague's architecture bears not only traces of the Gothic period, but also the heavy influence of the Baroque period, which contributed much to the present-day appearance of Prague. Baroque monuments can be found almost every step of the way in the city. This tour includes the former Strahov Monastery, which was founded in 1140 but reconstructed in the Baroque style in the 17th century. You will visit its remarkable interiors, including its Theological and Philosophical Halls. The tour also includes the Loreta Church, an entire complex that grew up around the Santa Clara shrine and is one of the purest examples of Prague Baroque. Lastly, the tour will visit the Church of St. Nicholas, a landmark of the Lesser Quarter, which was designed by two of the most famous architects of Prague Baroque - Krištof Dientzenhofer and his son Kilián Ignác.
The half-day tour takes you to Pilsner Brewery - producer of the world-known beer - Pilsner Urquell and Gambrinus. You will have opportunity to see the modern technology of the beer production. The degustation at the end of the excursion will probably show you why the Czech people are such lovers of beer.
The half-day trip to the 14 th century Karlštejn Castle takes you on a tour to a historic site, where the crown jewels and personal relics of Charles IV, the Bohemian king and the Holy Roman emperor, are stored. The castle surrounded by a beautiful romantic countryside belongs to the most visited castles in the Czech Republic.
This tour is not recommended for less than keen-walkers.
Kutná Hora - UNESCO heritage town
The full-day tour to the city, which was thanks to the quantity and quality of its historical monuments, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Because of rich silver mines, Kutná Hora became the second most important town of medieval Bohemia. The richness of the city resulted in beautiful architecture and construction of several astonishing monuments such as St. Barbara´s Cathedral or the Italian Court with the Royal Mint. ORA et LABORA - Pray and Work - is the Alchemist's creed. Our museum leads you from the basement depths of the LABORATORY, home of the work with fire, minerals and solvents, to the exaltation of the Gothic Chapel or ORATORY, where perhaps an Alchemist Prince and Poet prayed for spiritual and practical success in the Opus Magnum, the Great Work of Alchemy. On your journey you will explore fact, fiction and fantasy in the World of Alchemy, discover unusual objects, cryptic texts and visual images, possible clues in the search for the Philosopher's Stone. Defining Alchemy in a global context, the special emphasis of the display is the rich history of Alchemy in the Czech Lands and its relationship with the Mining and Metallurgy traditions of Kutná Hora.
This full-day trip out of Prague will take you to the most famous West Bohemian spa town of Karlovy Vary, which was founded by the Bohemian King and Roman Emperor Charles IV. in the 14 th century.
You can taste the water from the 12 curative thermal mineral springs, admire the beauty of both the historic and modern colonnades and purchase some of the typical souvenirs such as special wafers, Moser porcelain and glass, or the Becherovka liqueur, also known as the 13th curative spring of Karlovy Vary. The spa Karlovy Vary is known for treatment of diseases of the digestive tract and metabolic and endocrinal disorders. The tour includes city sightseeing and a visit tot the Becherovka factory, where the participants will taste this delicious liqueur.
Hluboká Chateau and Český Krumlov
Whole generations of visitors to this region agree on one thing: it is an area to which everybody loves to return. The region offers monuments and natural beauty, everything that makes for a pleasant holiday - both in summer and in winter. In South Bohemia there are more than 15 000 works of architecture, especially castles, chateaux, monasteries and towns of immense artistic and historical value.
Hluboká chateau - this beautiful neo-Gothic chateau built in the Tudor style overlooks the river Vltava, and was founded in the 13th century. It houses rich collections of tapestries, woodcarvings, china, pictures and old weapons. A large English park surrounds it.
Český Krumlov - This UNESCO listed town is considered to be the best-preserved Renaissance town in the Central Europe. The well-preserved medieval houses of its ancient town core lie on one bank of the Vltava river, while its magnificient castle, the second largest after Prague´s one, dominates the other. The history names this castle for the first time in 1253. You can admire its Baroque, Renaissance and Rokoko interiors as well as the Castle Gardens with Pavillon Bellaria and the Castle Theatre.