The Beaten And Off-Beat Paths In Prague Walking Tour

Prague Walking Tour Guide:

Wander through cobbled streets layered with Gothic, Baroque, and Art Nouveau details. Live it up in a beer garden, or watch Old Town’s Astronomical Clock come to life!

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This Prague Walking Tour is bisected by the Vltava River and layered with amazing Gothic, Baroque, and Art Nouveau details. The cobbled streets are favorites of tourists, happily shopping for Bohemian crystal and souvenirs. Wander across Charles Bridge watch the Astronomical Clock Parade and marvel at cubist art in the House of the Black Madonna. Join me for a tour starting at Wenceslas Square and ending in Mala Strana, with shopping – and a museum or two – in between. Explore these and more with your expert personal guide, available 24/7 on your schedule!

Prague Walking Tour Highlights

  • Introduction
  • A Horse & Wenceslas
  • Crowds & Communist Days
  • Clocks & Carriages
  • Haunted House & Libuse
Transportation By Foot – Easy walking
Specialty City/Town, Sacred Sites
Tour Type Guided Tour – play before & while you tour
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  • Buy a tram ticket from a Trafika kiosk. See Prague's most famous sights from trams 22 or 23. Start at the National Theatre and get off at Belveder or Prague Castle.
  • Prague and beer go hand in hand. Sample Pilsner Urquell, Krusovice, Gambrinus, Kozel, Staropramen, and Budweiser Budvar in a traditional pivovar or beer garden. Letna Beer Garden, with sweeping views of Vltava River and the city beyond, is the most popular place in summer.
  • Weave your way through the crowd on Wenceslas Square, Prague's answer to Paris' Champs-Elysee. Sit at the foot of the equestrian statue, the favorite rendezvous spot for locals and foreigners alike.
  • Join the tourist crowd and watch the astronomical clock spectacle, Prague's number one attraction. Don't blink because the show is over in one minute.
  • The mock Secret Police Room in the Museum of Communism will give you a creepy feeling. Oppression, fear, and double-speak were parts of daily life in communist days, but are now history.

Marianne Crone

Marianne Crone has traveled all over Europe, Africa, and Asia, writing about secret and undiscovered places. She is a freelance author/photographer and creates articles about Amsterdam for Planeteye. The Tanzanian Tourist Board, Oriental Tales and other e-zines have published her travel articles.


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