Get out and get to know Prague. Go sightseeing.
And there are plenty of sights to see!
For sure you will enjoy Prague by yourself. But what about taking a guide for couple of hours, who will show you what you really should see in our magnificent capital, things that even Instagram influencers won't show you?
Picturesque hidden corners, gardens, backyards, the best ice creams, coffees and Czech beer. Terraces and viewpoints, arcades and passages. These are the magical places that you only come across by accident on your wanderings. With an experienced Prague guide, you can enjoy them to the max and learn about the city's rich history.
In addition to accommodation in our luxury apartments, you can book a tour of Prague. We offer a two-hour walking tour, which can be modified according to your wishes and adapted to your plans and possibilities.
You will visit the Old Town with its most famous Old Town Square. This is a must-see essential for everyone in Prague. The Town Hall, the Astronomical Clock, all the temples, churches and important houses that surround the square. So.
Next, you should definitely take a walk up Charles Street and get to Charles Bridge. But what if, with a local guide, you turn down a side street halfway down Charles Bridge, where there are no crowds, and get tangled up among medieval palaces converted into modern residences. Haveed a coffee or a decent Czech beer in a hidden pub near the former Dominican monastery?
Of course, you still need to see the "Endless Statue of Books". Not only has this unique installation made of 8,000 books become an online hit, but did you know that it is located in the city library building, where you can watch a movie in addition to interesting lectures, because the library has its own small cinema and a ticket here is a real bargain?
Then there's the New Town, a part of Prague that's also definitely worth seeing. We are sure you've already discovered Wenceslas Square for yourself (if you are not directly accommodated there) and explored most of the surrounding streets. But do you know about the passage where they have the best fruit ice cream in Prague? What's more, you can enjoy it in peace on a bench in the nearby park, where roses bloom wonderfully all summer long.
Another popular place where your guide will be happy to take you is the bank of Vltava, the river that runs through Prague. Enjoy an afternoon at Náplavka, the city's colonnade right on the riverbank, which offers plenty of interesting cafes, bars and exhibition spaces.
Or rent a boat and discover Prague from a slightly different perspective - from the water.
Take a walk through Prague with an experienced guide and discover places you might otherwise miss!