These Prague city tours offer a full introduction to the city without much walking.
Each tour includes sights by bus or river boat to enhance your view and experience of Prague.
We particularly like the pace and sense of Prague sights that each tour offers - something that a walking tour can't match.
If you're unsure about what's best for you, consider... how much depth and history are you looking for? The 2 Hour Bus Tour and Prague in One Day tours are heavier on information while river cruises are more of a visual feast.
This two hour tour is an easy way to see Prague without worrying about walking.
You get a comprehensive tour with commentary and have the chance to get oriented very quickly.
The tour includes all the main attractions (and others that you probably wouldn't otherwise consider).
The bus is air conditioned and runs daily regardless of the weather.
This intensive tour of Prague is conducted by a local guide and provides a deep understanding of the city's history and culture.
It combines both bus and easy walking portions while visiting all the main sights. The key to this tour is its ideal length. In just 3.5 hours you will cover a large amount of detail including parts of New Town, Old Town, the castle, Charles Bridge, and the Jewish Quarter.
We know it's cliche, but Prague really is magical at night. And, this popular tour will easily prove it.
The tour starts with a short guided coach ride through the lights of Old Town as you head to your awaiting boat on the river. Here the tour continues cruising along the Vltava River as you see various sights illuminated. The cruise continues with music and dinner is served in a buffet style with both hot and cold dishes.
This river cruise will give you the unique opportunity to see many sights from the Vltava River. The view of Prague Castle alone is breathtaking from on board a river boat. Of course, you'll see much many other sights including a rare chance to see Charles Bridge up close.
The tour also includes the chance to refresh with your choice of coffee or tea and a classic Czech dessert - the perfect complement to an afternoon in Prague. Approximate time of the entire tour is two hours.
This river cruise takes in a variety of sights and offers a buffet lunch as you tour past a variety of important monuments including St. Agnes Monastery, Prague Castle, Charles Bridge and the lesser visited Vyšehrad Castle just south of the main city center. You'll soon see why seeing Prague by boat is obviously a unique experience. The buffet lunch is served during the cruise and is accompanied by music as well.