Prague sightseeing

Prague is not by chance included in UNESCO list. Prague is a truly unique place to visit. There is no other city in the world, such as Prague! You'll love Prague, even if you spend only one day there.

Prague is a magic city of bridges, cathedrals, gold-pleated towers and domes of churches, as well as a modern European metropolis, which has been mirrored in the surfaces of the Vltava River for more than ten centuries. Prague is also the city of unique symbiosis of various building styles. It is full of romantic isles as well as architectural treasures in the historic centre. The development of European architecture left splendid representatives of various style periods. We can admire Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque as well as Classicist buildings, various pseudo-style elements, Cubism or Art Nouveau. Prague is also a green city. The hills under the Prague Castle, for example, present the aims of Baroque architecture to combine palaces with gardens full of pavilions and arbors.

Half-day city tour

A sightseeing tour around Prague’s most outstanding historical monuments and other sights, combined with a walking tour of the Prague Castle incl Golden Lane, St. Vitus Cathedral and the Royal Palace, short walking tour through the Old Town.

Duration: 4 hrs

Full-day city tour

A sightseeing tour around Prague’s most outstanding historical monuments and other sights, combined with a walking tour of the Prague Castle incl. Golden Lane, St. Vitus Cathedral and the Royal Palace, short walking tour through the Old Town. Visit of Jewish Quarter, incl. Old Jewish Cemetery, Old-New Synagogue, Jewish Museum.

Changes according to individual requirements are available.

Duration: 8 hrs

Jewish Town

The former Jewish Ghetto in Prague has a long history, going back to the 12th century. It includes the oldest functioning synagogue in Europe – the Old–New Synagogue and the Old Jewish Cemetery from the 15th century. Several other historical buildings are preserved in this quarter, which is called Josefov today. There are various legends connected with it, which contribute a lot to the reputation of Prague as a mystical city. The Jewish Quarter is definitely one of the main places to visit, if you are in Prague.

River Cruise

A panoramic boat trip through the historic centre of Prague offers unique views of the Prague’s best-known sights, ranging from the Charles Bridge and the Lesser Town to the Prague Castle and Vyšehrad. Choose a river cruise and enjoy an unforgettable experience. All of boats offer a comfortable atmosphere, refreshments and particularly exquisite views. Part of your navigation can also be lunch, dinner or another program.

Duration: 1-4 hrs

Other special tours

City tour in historic Czech cars

This is an original trip in period cars from 1928–1935 driven by trained drivers speaking various languages. All cars have a high technical standard and have undergone complete renovation. They combine the highest comfort with the style and flair of the 1930s. You can hire the cars for a romantic trip through Old Prague or a trip with transfer to some of the above restaurants.

City bike tour

Our Classic City Tour takes you through the highlights of Prague without having to go uphill. You'll receive numerous facts and legends about Prague's magnificent history from our expert guides. Learn all about why Prague is one of the most fascinating cities in the world while enjoying a relaxing, easy-paced bike ride. Travel all through the lower part of the city while absorbing the varying historical sights and architecture. Within a few hours the city can be thoroughly revealed at a level otherwise not possible without a bicycle.

Segway tour

The Prague Segway Tour is a fun and exhilarating way to explore the city. Experience the Prague attractions as never before, as you nip around town on a Segway. As well as visiting all the main sights, our tour takes us through hidden streets, along river banks and seeks out the finest views.

Out of Prague

Half-day tours

Kutná Hora – UNESCO sight

Picturesque historic town, famous for silver-mining in the Middle Ages

The quaint town of Kutná Hora, part of UNESCO’s World Cultural and Natural Heritage list, has preserved its medieval character up to the present day. During the excursion you will see interesting and most-impressive sights such as the Italian Court (Vlašský dvůr) – the original Royal Mint, a place for processing silver ore and coining the famous Prague groshen. The town is dominated by the unique Gothic Cathedral of St. Barbara, the patron saint of miners. Thanks to its unique architecture, Kutná Hora is one of the most important parts of the Czech national heritage.

Duration: 5 hrs

Karlštejn Castle – UNESCO sight

Visit a famous Czech castle built by the most significant ruler of the Bohemian Kingdom

During this tour we will take you to a majestic gothic castle built 650 years ago by Charles IV, Roman Emperor and Bohemian King, on a wonderful site in the middle of dense forests. The castle served him for rest and meditations. It has well preserved beauty including a most precious series of paintings by Master Theodorik, Gothic painter, in the Golden Chapel. These remarkable sights will certainly leave a strong impression on you. Your trip can be completed by lunch in a stylish restaurant.

Duration: 5 hrs

Konopiště Château

Do you fancy history as well as Czech beer? If so, then this is the right tour for you!

Konopiště Château is located about 45 km south of Prague. It was founded in the 14th century, and in 1887, it was renovated by the successor to the Habsburg throne, Frantisek Ferdinand d’Este, who was assassinated in Sarajevo in 1914. This château is famous for its fascinating collection of weapons and hunting trophies, confirming Frantisek's love for hunting wild beasts, which you can see in the château’s interiors. Your trip can be completed by lunch in a stylish restaurant.

Duration: 5 hrs

Český Šternberk

Charming example of Czech history.

A unique example of a building which was almost continuously the property of its founder, the Šternberk family (from the middle of the 13th century until 1949). It was returned to the Šternberks in 1991. A gothic castle, whose fortification system has survived to date. It was rebuilt into a Baroque structure in the 18th century. Your trip can be completed by lunch in a stylish restaurant.

Duration: 5 hrs


Tour to the town where a Nazi concentration camp was located.

Accept our invitation and come with us on an excursion to Theresienstadt concentration camp (referred to in Czech as Terezín) which was a Nazi concentration camp during World War II. In 1940 the Gestapo took control of Terezín and set up a prison there by reconstructing a baroque military fortress. The town itsel was turned into a ghetto for Jews from the Czech Lands and other countries prior to their deportation to extermination camps. In 1947 the Terezín Monument was opened there in order to commemorate the fate of many thousands of innocent victims.

Duration: 5 hrs

Full-day trips

Český Krumlov – UNESCO sight

The town and the castle of Český Krumlov are the pearl of Southern Bohemia.

Český Krumlov, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a lively, cosmopolitan town with a unique atmosphere surrounded by unspoiled countryside. Dominated by a castle stretching over the meandering Vltava River, Český Krumlov's narrow cobblestone streets wind along romantic nooks between patrician houses where you'll find attractive exhibits of world-renowned artists, such as Egon Schiele, music festivals, concerts, and theatre performances. It was a seat of the powerful Rožmberk and Schwarzenberg families, who greatly influenced Czech history, and now houses rich historical collections. In the castle gardens you cannot miss the unique castle theatre with its rotating auditorium and the château garden. You will also have time to have lunch and relax in one of the stylish local pubs.

Duration: 10 hrs

Karlovy Vary and Mariánské Lázně

The most charming Czech spa-towns attract attention with their beauty and thermal springs.

This is an invitation to Bohemia’s classic spa towns. Both Karlovy Vary and Mariánské Lázně belong among the most-famous spa towns in the world with a rich selection of historical palaces, sanatoria and colonnades. Sam¬pling the curative mineral waters. Shopping (porcelain, ceramics, glass, spa wafers, Becherovka liqueur). Karlovy Vary, the world-famous spa, founded in 1358 by Charles IV. The tour can include a visit to the Moser glass factory. After lunch (included in the price of the tour) you can enjoy walking, admiring the beautiful spa architecture and spa promenade and drinking from the curative spa springs.

Duration: 10 hrs

Central Europe Area

Central Europe

No other place in Europe has as well preserved a history as Central Europe. Central Europe is a captivating region, a constellation of neighboring nations linked not only by easy travel across common borders, but a shared treasury of spectacular scenery. Central Europe tours offer a choice of one country, or several combined, making it easy to dip into all of the riches this region has to offer. You will be enchanted by a treasure trove of art and architecture, world-class shopping and cuisine that is both hardy and sophisticated.

Central Europe is made from this countries: Germany, Austria, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia.

Luckily, Central Europe is one of the most accessible places on the planets. Frankfurt Airport in Germany is likely the easiest place to fly in and offers flights all over the rest of Central Europe. There is so much to see all over Central Europe that you will be traveling move than you might think.

Central Europe is home to the most well preserved historic sites in all of Europe. You’ll want to visit all of the countries capitols if you can possible fit it into your schedule. The most recommended cities to visit in Central Europe are: Prague, Berlin, Budapest, Geneva, Krakow, Munich, Vienna and Warsaw. Each of these sites are home to historic wonders such as Medieval castles and old villages. It is not only the historic cities that lure people to Central Europe though. Thousands of miles of mountain ranges and forest help to make Central Europe the best place on Earth to visit. You’ll want to visit the Alps if you are there, at least to see their majestic peaks.

Now you can see why Central Europe is truly a breathtaking region. Whether you are interested in seeing some of the world’s most well-preserved historic cities or the natural wonders that dot the countryside, you are sure to be amazed with what Central Europe has to offer. Be sure to plan ahead and know what you want to see before you go, otherwise you will simply be overwhelmed. However, remember not to think too hard as this is your one time to escape from everything and indulge in the joys of life. Central Europe is a place that will forever be in your memory and in your heart.

Browse a selection of recommended Central Europe tours that focus on one country, or combine several in one visit. If you have aown plan or have any special demands, please don´t hesitate to contact us. We will do everything for your maximum satisfaction!

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