Grand Prague Private Tour
Total tour price
During the tour we will explore both shores of the Vltava river and all the 6 Prague cities, enjoy the narrow quiet streets and see the most popular Prague sights. We will also find the tongue of John Nepomuk and discover the John Lennon Wall. Then we will compare the cities of Prague and make a wish on the Charles Bridge.
If you want to spend an unforgettable and breathtaking day in Prague, this tour is just for you!
We also make a lunch break and maybe have some coffee during the tour.
You will be able to continue your adventure in a local restaurant for dinner with the best beer in Prague recommended by your guide!
Let's meet my Prague!
You will see
A castle complex, dating from the 9th century, the former seat of power for kings of Bohemia and presidents of Czechoslovakia. Prague Castle is the largest ancient castle in the world. The territory of the Castle includes the St.Vitus Cathedral, castles and churches and the Golden Lane.
The oldest and the most romantic stone bridge in Prague with the history of more than 6 centuries! It was constructed under the auspices of King Charles IV. This is the place we make a wish which always comes true!
Old Town Square
The historic square in the Old Town quarter of Prague, the main square in the city with markets. The main Church of Our Lady before Týn is often called Prague “Hogwarts”. The famous Astronomical Clock is also located on the square.
John Lennon Wall
A wall in the Lesser Town Quarter which since the 1980s has been filled with John Lennon-inspired graffiti and pieces of lyrics from Beatles' songs. Nowadays you can pain the wall as you wish. This place saw both Velvet Revolution and Velvet Divorce.
Nowadays Climentinum is a library, but long ago it used to be a Jesuit college. Did you know that the Czech Republic in one of the least religious countries in the world? We will find the explanation I this library.
St. Vitus Cathedral
The Metropolitan Cathedral and the biggest Gothic church in Prague. The construction of the cathedral lasted more than 600 years.
Old Royal Palace
The Old Royal Palace was the seat of Bohemian princes and kings until the 16th century. The most notable is the Gothic Vladislav Hall – the largest secular space of medieval Prague. Nowadays it is a museum and a place where inauguration of our president takes place.
One of Prague’s most significant Romanesque monuments, this is the city’s second oldest church.