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Prague Castle and Castle District Walking Tour Including Old Town Square and Tram Ride

From US$14.32
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  • Save time and explore Prague Castle and Old Town Square in one tour
  • Tour with a guide to learn the history and secrets of both Prague highlights
  • Included tram ride is a useful introduction to Prague’s public transportation
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Prague Castle and Castle District Walking Tour Including Old Town Square and Tram Ride
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Prague Castle and Castle District Walking Tour Including Old Town Square and Tram Ride
US$14.32
Overview
Prague Castle and Old Town Square are two of the city’s must-sees, but exploring them independently may mean missing their backstories. This walking tour covers both attractions with a guide, so you get insight into their history and save time by combining them into one tour. Plus, ride a tram to the castle—a great taste of Prague’s public transportation. Ideal for first-time visitors and those short on time.
What to Expect

After booking your preferred time slot, greet your guide in central Prague. Set off together to see the city’s UNESCO-listed Old Town Square, a cobbled expanse framed by Gothic and baroque townhouses and churches.

View the exteriors of landmarks such as the Old Town Hall and Church of Our Lady Before Tyn, and admire the world-famous orloj (astronomical clock).

Then ride a public tram up to Prague’s Castle District, home to a cluster of monasteries, breweries, and Renaissance buildings. Take in the architecture here, and absorb the bird’s-eye views over the city.

Finally, head inside the walls of Prague Castle and explore the key sights. Stroll through the courtyards and tour the showpiece of medieval St. Vitus Cathedral, as well as St. George’s Basilica, as your guide charts their history.

When it’s time, return to your original departure point, where your tour ends.
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
An amazing tour

Met Amanda on the free tour and was glad to have her guide us around again for the castle tour. She has a lot of knowledge about the city and took us to quite a few places. The castle tour had a few things that...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
I loved prague!

I did prague free walking tour with Joshua. He was incredibly excellent with his knowledge. He was totally witty and was great in terms of recommending things in terms of night life etc as well. We also did pub crawl which also ended up being...More

Thank Hcontractor
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
great tour

great tour by Sean today. so informative and fun as well. the time flew by. great guide! we saw and learned a great deal. would recommend this company and Sean.

Thank karenkotansky
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Fantastic tour of the Castle district

We thoroughly enjoyed our tour with Sean. It was very interesting and we were kept well entertained for the full time. There was a good balance of history and humour. The local tips also proved to be very helpful.

Thank ruthsteph2018
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great tours and guides

We took the free city tour with Dan and really enjoyed it. Dan was informative and funny. Not only did he show us the important parts of the city but he also talked about Czech culture and how it was affected by the tumultuous history...More

Thank Fabian E
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Jill S
9 July 2018|
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Response from maryphilpot4 | Reviewed this property |
About three hours for the walking tour..including a tram ride to the start point. You find your own way back
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Chicago_visitor1
29 April 2018|
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Response from Barb T | Reviewed this property |
No. The fee is for the tram. The walk doesn't go into the Castle building. The walk does go into the Castle grounds which is free. You meet near the ticket office. Then you walk to the tram. The guide will give you a... More
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