The Prague Card is a city pass that gives you free access to over 50 top attractions in Prague and is the best way of saving money.
When buying the card, visitors will be given a free guidebook of Prague (150 pages) with all the information you need on the best places to see and discover when they buy this tourist card.
Is it worth buying the Prague Card?
For € 20 (US$ 23.50) per day, tourists will be able to visit most of the attractions in Prague.
What attractions are included?
These are some of the monuments and buildings included in the Prague Card:
- Prague Castle: short guided tour
- National Museum New Building, City of Prague Museum, Náprstek Museum, among many others.
- Bus tour historical Prague
- Powder Tower, Lesser Town Bridge Towers, Klementinum Astronomical Tower
- Petrin View Tower, Petrin Mirror Maze and Petrin funicular
- Sternberg Palace, Schwarzenberg Palace
- Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia.
These are just a few of the monuments, museums and buildings included in the Prague Card. But if you just take a look at the price of the ticket to the Prague Castle, plus the entry fees to other museums, you will come to the conclusion that this tourist card is definitely worth your while.
The price of the Prague Card varies depending on the days you wish to use the card and on your age.
|Type of card||Adults||Children and students|
|Prague Card 2 days||€ 62 (US$ 72.90)||€ 46 (US$ 54.10)|
|Prague Card 3 days||€ 72 (US$ 84.70)||€ 53 (US$ 62.30)|
|Prague Card 4 days||€ 83 (US$ 97.60)||€ 61 (US$ 71.70)|
The Prague Card for students includes children (ages 6-16), high school students or university students (less than 26). Keep in mind that you will need to show a student card as proof that you are still studying.
The card is valid from the date you write on the back of it.
Where to buy the Prague Card?
The easiest, fastest and cheapest way of buying the Prague Card is online. This way, you’ll be able to pick it up at the following points in the city:
- Old Town Square: Týnská street 7. Daily from 10 am to 9 pm.
- Central Bohemia Information Centre: Husova Street 21, Daily from 10 am to 9 pm.
- Martin Tour Kiosk: in the Old Town Square (on the corner with Parizska Street) open daily from 8 am to 3:45 pm.
- Mostecka Street, 4: next to the Charles Bridge, open every day from 8:30 am to 8 pm.
- Prague Train Station tourist information: open daily from 8 am to 10 pm.
- Florenc Station tourist information: open every day from 8:30 am to 8:30 pm.