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Full-Day Prague Tour with Vltava River Cruise, Prague Castle and Lunch

Highlights
  • All-in-one Prague tour: see all the city in a day, minus transport hassles
  • View the sights from every angle: by coach, foot, and Vltava River cruise
  • Delve deeper into the city’s history and architecture with a guide
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Full-Day Prague Tour with Vltava River Cruise, Prague Castle and Lunch
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Full-Day Prague Tour with Vltava River Cruise, Prague Castle and Lunch
US$74.27
Overview
Save the hassle of traveling independently around Prague’s sights with this all-inclusive, full-day tour of the Czech Republic capital. Ideal for travelers with limited time, it covers all the must-sees in one convenient and comprehensive day, through a mix of coach sightseeing, guided walks, and River Vltava cruising. Plus, lunch and cruise refreshments are included so there are no hidden costs.
What to Expect
Meet at your Prague hotel or in central Prague and set off on a panoramic coach tour of the city’s sights.

Pass the Powder Tower, Wenceslas Square, and other landmarks as you hear their history, and then take a guided walk around the outside of UNESCO-protected Prague Castle, seeing its walls and learning about its illustrious past.

After a 3-course lunch at a nearby restaurant, visit the Italian-style Valdstejn Garden, a baroque-era garden adjoining the 17th-century Valdstejn Palace, and stroll through the elegant Mala Strana quarter.

Continue to Kampa Island, home of the Lennon Wall, and then enjoy a Vltava River sightseeing cruise, passing sights such as the Charles Bridge as you savor onboard refreshments.

Afterward, step ashore and take a guided walk around other must-sees, including the Old Town Square with its Astronomical Clock, the Jewish Quarter, and Estates Theatre, before your tour ends in the city center.
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
You'll see everything!

We had a wonderful guide, Alice, who did an excellent job keeping a group of 30 together and moving while providing constant commentary (in good English) about all of the sights we saw. The tour is about 1 hour on the bus, driving past many...More

Thank BuddyRoanoke
Reviewed 1 week ago
All day Prague

Bit disorganized, couldn’t hear well the tour guide who had good information, lots of walking but didn’t get to see any interiors of castle or church, lunch was not good, river cruise ok...overall average tour...

Thank Daydream547034
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Knackering, but worth it!!

Did a bit of driving around, had a lot of walking around and a bit of boating ! All with a delightful, multi-lingual, very well read, lady, who swept us off our feet and didn't let the cobwebs settle! A well informed, full on day,...More

Thank yashimoto
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Excellent tour!!

A little late on writing this review but I wanted to write what a great time my family and I had on this full day tour in July. Being our first time in Prague it was an excellent tour that included everything. Most important was...More

Thank Effie T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Excellent Walking tour

It was a little disorganized at first but after we got started the tour guide was amazing and she really showed us everything! You can tell she really loves her job and the city. Of course Prague is so beautiful and it is worth walking...More

Thank Carla F
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estoyfrito
16 September 2018|
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Response from Placido521 | Reviewed this property |
We had two Spanish speakers with us, but our guide only spoke a few words of Spanish. I imagine it would be difficult to find a good speaker, but I would hope they have one. I don't know. Sorry.
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MariaZozia
11 September 2018|
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Response from yashimoto | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I didn't see anybody with a wheelchair as access is difficult to a lot of areas and the cobbled roads and paths are rough.
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