Tour 3  Prague Unlimited Tour - All inclusive

Children (4-12 years): 65 EUR  |  Students (12-26 years): 74 EUR  |  Family (2 adults + 2 children up 12 years): 220 EUR

61/2 hours Walking Bus Boat

We offer a combined, rich and comprehensive city tour of Prague. You will see our capital city from many perspectives. We will start our walk tour at the Republic square, after Old Town square which includes a unique Jewish part. Then we can expect a 1 hour city tour by minibus through the downtown to the Prague Castle, followed by a walking tour and a short break for delicious lunch. The walk tour continues along Nerudova Street, through the Lesser Town to the Charles Bridge, where we can enjoy 1 hour Vltava river cruise on a boat. After the boat cruise we will cross the Charles Bridge and will go back to the Old Town,in the Old Town square the tour will finish.

So many options in the only one visit, it is the right choice... Let’s go!

Highlights: Old Town Square, Spanish Synagogue, St. Agnes Monastery, Republic Square, Municipal House, Powder Tower, Masaryk Railway Station, State Opera House, National Museum, Wenceslas Square, New Town Hall, Charles Square, Dancing House, Vltava Bridges, National Theatre, Charles Bridge, Rudolfinum Music Hall, Petrin Hill with look-out tower, Manes Bridge, Lesser Town, Pohorelec and Strahov Monastery, Czernin Palace – Ministry of foreign affairs, Loreto Prague, Prague Castle, Royal Summer House, Josefov – Jewish Town, The Old-New Synagogue.

Charles Bridge is a medieval stone arch bridge that crosses the Vltava river. Its construction started in 1357 under the auspices of King Charles IV, and finished in the early 15th century.The bridge replaced the old Judith Bridge built 1158–1172 that had been badly damaged by a flood in 1342.The bridge is 516 metres (1,693 ft) long and nearly 10 metres (33 ft) wide. Following the example of the Stone Bridge in Regensburg, it was built as a bow bridge with 16 arches shielded by ice guards. Chrles Bridge is decorated by a continuous alley of 30 statues and statuaries, most of them baroque-style, originally erected around 1700, but now all have been replaced by replicas.

Prague Astronomical clock is a medieval astronomical clock attached to the Old Town Hall in Prague. The oldest part of the Orloj, the mechanical clock and astronomical dial, dates back to 1410, when it was created by clockmaker Mikuláš of Kadaň and Charles University professor of mathematics and astronomy Jan Šindel.
The last renovation of the astronomical clock was carried out from January to September 2018, following a reconstruction of the Old Town Tower. The artwork became the center of controversy after a local heritage group noticed the reproduction had "radically changed the appearance, ages, skin tone, dress and even genders of the figures" illustrated by Mánes in 1866.

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Departure Point Namesti Republiky 3 (Yellow Kiosk)

Location: Republic Square No. 3, opposite to the Municipal Palace, In front of the Hybernia Palace. From Republic Square the direction Na Prikope Street. The nearest metro station "Namesti Republiky" - metro line B.

Latitude: 50.0875489, Longitude: 14.4285549