Cruises on the Vltava River

Cruises on the Vltava River

A cruise down the Vltava river is a perfect way to see the city, and one no visitor to Prague should miss: seeing the city from the water is a beautiful way to see the city.

If you’re in Prague for a few days, don't miss taking a cruise along the Vltava River. It's possible to find cruises at all hours, offering various routes and prices.

Prague offers numerous types of sightseeing cruises; from a one-hour tour to a day river cruise with lunch or a sunset cruise with dinner included.

For a unique evening in Prague, we recommend booking a cruise that includes an exquisite dinner with live music and spectacular views of Prague lit up.

Where to book a cruise?

The best way to skip the lines and chose exactly what and when you would like to do the cruise is to book the boat trip online:

  • Prague dinner cruise: The most popular type of cruise in Prague. For only 40 (US$ 42.80)  you will be able to take a two-hour cruise with dinner included and watch how the sun sets gradually and the city lights up. 
  • One-hour cruise: This one-hour boat trip is a great way to see the historical Prague from a different perspective for only 14 (US$ 15) per person.

Vltava River

The Vltava is the longest river in the Czech Republic, 270 miles (430 km) long. It joins the Elba River along its course and originates from a confluence of two streams.