Discover Prague's imperial history on this tour through Hradčany and Malá Strana areas. Visit Prague Castle, Strahov Monastery, St. Nicholas Church, Charles Bridge and much more!
Imperial Prague Tour
First, we'll take a classic tram ride up the hill to find the most important monastic stronghold of the city, the Strahov Monastery. We'll also visit the monastery courtyard and the beautiful Basilica of Our Lady of the Assumption. From the courtyard, you'll be able to enjoy spectacular views of Prague. Here we'll also enter the Strahov Monastery Library, one of the most beautiful in the world, with a private entrance ticket.
Next, we'll come to the Castle Citadel Square, the palatial residence of the country's most powerful noble families, and enter the grounds of the Renaissance Schwarzenberg Palace, a beautiful sight with its Italian sgraffito on the façades.
Afterwards, we'll enter the Prague Castle, considered to be the largest castle in the medieval world. In addition to this impressive structure, we'll also see two more palaces: the Stenberg Palace and the Archbishop's Palace and visit the elegant Courtyards I, II and III. Here we'll see a masterpiece of central European Gothic architecture, the St. Vitus Cathedral. You'll be able to enter and learn all about its stained glass art and its construction.
Then we'll pause for the chance to take some fantastic photos. Here you'll enjoy the views of the side of the Cathedral with its Golden Gate and its mosaic of the Last Judgement, as well as the view towards the presidential office of the Republic.
We'll complete the visit to the Bohemian Kings' Castle with the Romanesque Basilica of St. George and the picturesque Golden Alley, where you'll be able to enter the interiors of the houses and see the impressive displays of armour. You'll discover what life was like inside the castles as you explore the reconstructed residences and workshops and delve into the Renaissance world with the great King and Emperor Rudolf II, patron of art, science and alchemy.
After, we'll walk down the most famous streets of the Malá Strana district and visit the magnificent St. Nicholas Church, with entrance included.
Next on our tour, we'll see the famous John Lennon Wall, a symbol of dissidence against the last days of the communist dictatorship. You'll learn all about the Velvet Revolution that put an end to a 41-year long dictatorship in Czechoslovakia. We'll also have the chance to visit the charming areas of Kampa Island and Little Venice.
Finally, after 3 and a half hours our tour will come to a close as we walk across the Charles Bridge over the Vltava river. The bridge is a perfectly preserved pharaonic construction marvel that holds the world record for the longest medieval bridge.
Children from 7-15 years old accompanied by adult relatives only pay for the entrance and transport ticket on site.
Tour in English
Students & Seniors over 65US$ 20.50
Children under 6Free
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3 hours 30 minutes.
The activity takes place with a guide that speaks in English.
Food and drinks
Entrance ticket to the Strahov Library: Adults Kč 150 (US$ 6.30) students* and seniors Kč 80 (US$ 3.40) families Kč 300 (US$ 12.60) (2 adults and max. 3 children under 15 years)
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Not wheelchair accessible.
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Promotes local employment.
Has a gender equality policy.
Has a carbon footprint offset policy.
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Q - Is a minimum number of participants required?
A - This activity requires a minimum of 4 participants. Should this number not be reached, we'll get in touch with you to offer alternatives.
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Vaclavske Namesti (Wenceslas Square, 19)