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Prague Private Guided Walking Tour – Up to 20 pax (P11009)

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1 Day
Availability : Jan23’ - Dec23’
Max People : 20
Tour Details

Tour Code

P11009

Country, City

Czech Republic, Prague

Price Includes

  • Local professional guide

Price Excludes

  • Gratuities
  • Entrance Fees
  • Tips for guides
  • Basic Travel Insurance

Meeting Points

  • In front of the statue of King Charles IV, on Křižovnické náměstí 191/3, Prague

Duration of the tour:

  • 2 hours (Anytime between 04:00 to 23:00 Hours)

Terms & Conditions

  • Cancel 6 days in advance for a full refund
Itinerary

Description of the activity

Prague is a gem of a city that has no problem to stand beside Paris, Rome or London when it comes to its history, architecture and art. But when it comes to beer, Prague is way ahead of them. The Czechs have been famous for producing some of the world’s finest brews and lately, the best beer in the world just got better: a lot of local microbreweries started surpassing the already famous Urquell, Staropramen and Budvar. This city is also famous for it’s Astronomical Clock, presided over by a tall Gothic tower, in the Town Hall. See the House at the Minute, and its Renaissance sgraffito. It is where Franz Kafka lived as a child. Kinsky Palace has one of Prague’s finest rococo facades, and is famous for several events: Alfred Nobel stayed in the palace, and in February 1948 Klement Gottwald proclaimed the communist rule in Czechoslovakia from its balcony. If you just want to wander aimless through the mazes of cobbled lanes and hidden courtyards, or admire some Bohemian art, or simply to enjoy a cold and foamed beer in one of the many local pubs and street cafes, Prague will definitely satisfy all your thirsts.

Description - will see

  • King Charles Bridge
  • Klementium
  • Church of St. Clement and the elliptical Chapel of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary
  • Old Town Hall
  • Astronomical Clock
  • Old Town Square
  • Kinsky Palace
  • Church of Our Lady Before Tyn

Description - learn about

  • Legends of King Charles Bridge
  • How the Jesuits built the second largest building in Prague
  • Franz Kafka and his childhood on the streets of Prague
  • The secrets of the famous Astronomical Clock
  • Alfred Nobel and the time spent in Kinsky Palace
  • Church of Our Lady Before Tyn, the church which spires can be seen from every corner in Prague
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