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Prague Small-Group Walking Tour with Vltava Cruise, Lunch

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  • See Prague’s best bits in one day 
  • Explore with a guide to learn about the sights and their history
  • Walking tours of Wenceslas Square, Old Town Square, and Jewish Quarter
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Small-Group Prague City Walking Tour Including Vltava River Cruise and Lunch
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Small-Group Prague City Walking Tour Including Vltava River Cruise and Lunch
US$78.78
Overview
With so much to see in Prague, it may be hard to squeeze everything in, especially on a quick visit. This guided tour covers all the Czech capital’s best bits in one day, ensuring you tick off essentials even on a time crunch. Enjoy walks around Wenceslas Square and Old Town Square; time at Prague Castle; and a scenic Vltava River cruise. Lunch is included, too, so you get one seamless experience.
What to Expect
Meet your guide in central Prague and set off on foot to Wenceslas Square. Learn about pivotal historic events, including the 1968 Prague Spring and 1989 Velvet Revolution protests.

Navigate Havelska Market and explore the cobbled Old Town, admiring the Gothic, Renaissance, and baroque architecture, as well as the Old Town Square’s Astronomical Clock. Delve into the Jewish Quarter and after a typical Czech lunch at a restaurant, enjoy a Vltava River cruise on a replica 19th-century sailboat.

Admire the passing views of the Old Town, Prague Castle, and Charles Bridge as you enjoy onboard refreshments. Then, catch a public tram to Prague Castle, a UNESCO-protected complex of palaces, churches, and squares, and take an interior tour of the castle's showstopper, St Vitus Cathedral, the coronation site of many Czech kings.

Your tour concludes here, leaving you free to continue exploring as you wish.
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Reviewed yesterday
Fantastic Walking Tour of Prague

Sasa Ivsa was our tour guide and it was quickly obvious he loved Prague. He was engaging and informative throughout the day. And he handled an errant participant who kept wandering off quite well without getting flustered. His knowledge of the architecture and history was...More

Thank JanWorth
Reviewed 2 days ago
Great tour!

The Prague Discovery tour with Urban Adventures is a wonderful way to see this jewel of a city. Mark Faulkner was a great guide—knowledgeable, funny, and engaging. Our 6-hour walking tour included a narrated boat ride on the Vltava River and a delicious lunch. And...More

Thank Safari596990
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Outstanding Small-Group Walking Tour

I highly recommend this tour!! Our guide, Mark, was witty, personable and extremely knowledgeable. The city is stunningly beautiful and very walkable. Mark brought the Czech history and people alive with a combination of facts, landmarks, biographies, competing philosophies and popular myths. The boat tour...More

Thank Maps712199
Reviewed 4 days ago
Excellent Walking Tour

Mark Faulkner was our tour guide He is very organised and goes direct to the point with the relevant information.My wife and I enjoyed this tour and mark is about the best tour guide we have had.

Thank arturomanlopez
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Prague 2018

Mark is organized, smart and direct. My wife and I both enjoyed his company and his sense of humor. Our tour group felt like a family for the day. That’s the best kind. Thank you Mark fir a great day and time well spent. Bruce...More

Thank thebiglabruceski
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DekkaP54
3 September 2018|
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Response from L G | Reviewed this property |
Looks to be about a 5 min walk from your hotel to the Municipal House. Google it if you have that capability. Or I’m sure your hotel can advise directions. We had a city map as well.
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Elgiz B
28 August 2018|
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Response from danieljhorn29 | Reviewed this property |
It depends on how you plan to transport your child. Prague has mostly cobblestone streets, so a stroller is highly discouraged. If you were going to carry in one of the over body “backpack” type carriers, you may be ok. Keep... More
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