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Prague: 3-Hour Alternative Walking Tour

1. Prague: 3-Hour Alternative Walking Tour

Escape the usual tourist haunts of Prague and discover how the Velvet Revolution gave the Czech Republic the freedom to express itself in art, music, and life in general. Local young guides born and raised in Prague will show you how culture flourishes outside the historic center.  Discover the hidden cultural hotspots out of the tourist maps. No other tour covers these areas. Learn about the city’s recent history, underground subcultures, graffiti, street art and independent music scene. Visit the quirky Vietnamese market and learn about the Vietnamese community in Prague. Discover community funded art theatre located in a formal slaughter house, hackers crypto-anarchist institute or a hidden hipster cafe with a gallery located in an abandoned factory hall. The tour ends in a unique steam-punk underground club where you can chill with the guide after the tour and get some handy tips where to go later during your stay. 

Full Day Private Tour Through Prague

2. Full Day Private Tour Through Prague

This full-day walking tour is the ideal way to discover the historic center of the city described by 19th Century philosopher Bernard Bolzano as "a city of a hundred towers". Prepare to travel back in time to discover the Old Town Square, one of the oldest market places in the city, and admire the historic Town Hall with the world-famous Astronomical Clock dating back to 1410. You will then move forwards through the centuries as you visit the house of the famous Jewish writer Franz Kafka and continue into the Jewish Quarter, past the Old Cemetery, and numerous synagogues. Prague is also a city of music and no visit would be complete without stopping by the Neo-Renaissance Rudolfinum auditorium, which is home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Additional highlights include Charles Bridge, the Lesser Quarter, dominated by Saint Nicholas Church, and Prague Castle. You'll also admire St. Vitus Cathedral, where the Czech Crown Jewels are kept and where King Charles IV, the country's father, is buried.

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4.8 / 5

based on 188 reviews

Insanely exciting and far away from tourists. If you want to REALLY get to know Prague and the people of Prague, this is the place for you! Our guide Thomas did it incredibly well. Very clear recommendation!

Highlight of our Prague trip! Highly recommend. Tomas was excellent! He was flexible and accommodating with scheduling no made sure we had the best time. Do not miss!

Great experience with an invested, interesting and friendly guide. We went off the beaten track to discover another side of Prague. Great ! Thank you.

Absolutely top !! I can only recommend this activity. The guide Tomas was fantastic.

Unique, different and very interesting. The real Prague instead of the touristy