These and many more tours can be booked at the reception. We will be happy to provide you with more information about all of them.
The sightseeing tour aims to show you four historical towns of Prague and their monuments including the most important highlight of Prague – the Prague Castle. On the way to the Prague Castle by bus you will see the New Town with the Wenceslas Square and the National Museum, the National Theatre, the Charles Bridge and the Lesser Town as well as the panorama of the Prague Castle. Then you continue walking about one hour through the Prague Castle premises and our guide will make you acquainted with its history and its meaning and use today. After that our bus takes you through the Jewish Quarter and the Old Town Square to the starting point in Na Příkopě street.
Professional guide will acquaint you thoroughly with Prague and with its thousand years old history and architecture. From the comfort of our air-conditioned bus you will see New Town with the Wenceslas Square, the National Museum, the National Theatre, the panorama of Prague Castle and the Lesser Town as well as the Charles Bridge. Then you will continue walking in the courtyards of the Prague Castle, become acquainted with its history and you will visit the inside of its biggest monument, Saint Vitus’ Cathedral. After visiting the grounds of Prague Castle, you will descend to the Lesser Town and the Kampa Island. Then from the Charles Bridge you will continue on foot to the Old Town and the Jewish Quarter. The tour ends in the Old Town Square at the Astronomical Clock near the Týn Church. This is a combined bus and walking tour, we therefore recommend that you wear comfortable shoes and that you should be in good physical condition.
During this Prague food tour experienced guides will show you where delicious traditional or non-traditional Czech “chlebiceks” are prepared and will take you to the one of the best butchers in Prague to taste baked meatloaf, sausages or beef tartar. You will taste local beer specialties such as “tlacenka” and pickled cheese and sample regional trout fish. The tour continues in the restaurants where delicious beefsteaks and tender roast meat from typical Czech cattle breed or beef with traditional creamy sauce are being served. You will also have a chance to taste Czech cheeses and some typical sweet specialties – apple strudel and traditional “horicke trubicky” (horice rolls). For drinks, the local beers, Czech Slivovitz and the traditional Becherovka will be served. The food tour will end in a stylish wine bar with a wide selection of Czech and Moravian wines.
Karlštejn Castle is one of the most visited castles in the Czech Republic. Built by Charles IV between 1348 and 1355 it originally served to safeguard the imperial and royal treasure and the Crown jewels and served also as the archive of state documents. This gothic castle, enchanting you with its monumental architecture is situated about 38 km southwest of Prague. After climbing the hill, an hour lasting tour of the interiors awaits you. Your guide will acquaint you with not only the history of the castle, but also with the life of Charles IV and fine arts during his reign.