Looking for Prague city tours? There are different ways to discover a city. When your destination is Prague, you can tour it by land or by water, while riding a segway, a horse driven carriage or a bike, hopping on and off a bus or simply walking its every street.
Prague Walking Tours
Discover Prague’s top attractions in the company of a local guide who will make you love the city (if you don’t already). The tour of the castle and of its neighboring area, Malá Strana will take your through interesting sights like a Templar church, Kampa Park and Wallenstein Gardens.
You will have the opportunity to admire artwork pieces signed by the Czech artist David Cerný and the panoramic views of Prague from the hilltop castle. The Old Town tour will plunge you into Prague’s history, while touring the Old Town Square, the Jewish quarter, Wenceslas Square, the Estates Theatre, and the iconic Charles Bridge.
Prague Bike Tours
Discover some of Prague’s architectural marvels and tour the city’s top attractions while riding your bike, accompanied by a knowledgeable guide. What a better way to sample Prague’s best places as you go?
Pass through the historical Wenceslas Square, admire the building of the Estates Theatre, marvel yourself at the Gothic magnificence of the Church of Our Lady Before Tyn located in the Old Town Square, go across the Jewish quarter and bike your way over Charles Bridge. Once you are done touring the city, you will enjoy a half an hour break sipping a Czech beer in a riverside pub.
Prague Segway Tours
Ride aboard a Segway and make your way through Prague’s quaint streets and stop as you like to admire the architectural gems.
A Prague city tour on a Segway is the most effortless way of sightseeing the city’s main landmarks, especially those located around the Old Town Square.
Prague Bus Tours
With an hour and a half itinerary, this hop on and off Prague city tour stops at Masarykovo Nádraží, Mala Strana, Prague Castle, Strahov Monastery, Strahov Stadium, Kampa Island and Hlavní Nádraží.
It is a good option if you want to get away from the city center and visit more remote attractions.
Some bus tours have an optional Vltava River cruise that lasts one hour and allows you to admire the city from the water. You can add also a tour of Prague Castle.
Prague Night Tours
Visited the city by day already? How about a Prague city tour by night? See the landmarks coming live under a show of lights and hordes of tourists admiring their beauty.
Find out more interesting bits about Mozart’s relationship with this beautiful city and move along the streets as you hear even more stories related to the landmarks’ history.
You have the option of adding a Vltava River cruise to the tour, which will enable you to get some great views over Prague’s lights from the water.