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Prague: 3 Hours, 8 Czech Craft Beers

1. Prague: 3 Hours, 8 Czech Craft Beers

Beginning at the Drunken Monkey Sports Bar, settle in for your first 6 delicious beers from all sides of the beer spectrum. Enjoy some tasty snacks and get to know your guide, your fellow tourers, and the great beer the Czech Republic has to offer. You’ll hear about the history of Czech beer and Czech drinking etiquette by way of games and lots of fun. From there, travel to one of Prague’s best mini-breweries to try some amazing unfiltered beer from a beer tank. Learn how beer is made, what’s in your beer, and some fun beer facts.  Wander through some of Prague’s most beautiful areas and monuments to Letna Beer Garden for an epic ending with the best views in Prague and some of the best Pilsner on tap.  Here, you’ll receive your custom beer tour coaster and have the opportunity for a traditional Czech dinner. A tour for true lovers of beer, get excited about a unique drinking experience.

Prague: City Highlights Private Walking Tour

2. Prague: City Highlights Private Walking Tour

If you have a limited amount of time in Prague but want to see it all, this private walking tour is the perfect choice. See all the main attractions of the city on both sides of the Vltava River, with enough time for a leisurely lunch and optional boat trip. The city's historical center, covering more than 9 square kilometers, is the largest urban historical center listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. In the Old Town you’ll see examples of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture. Learn about the main sights of Prague as you visit them. You’ll spend 2 hours on each side of the Vltava, with a break in between. During the break you can take an optional 1-hour boat trip and enjoy refreshments on board as you sail along the Prague Venice Canal, or you can sample Czech cuisine at a local restaurant. The Old Town, Jewish Quarter, Charles Bridge, and Prague Castle are some of the sites your guide will show you!

Prague: Half-Day Food Walking Tour

3. Prague: Half-Day Food Walking Tour

Prague’s Old and New towns are right in the heart of the city and offer a rare mix of old world charm and modern daily life. This area of the city is the backdrop for your 4-hour culinary experience. Your guided walking tour includes lots of tastings at different  food venues popular with locals. Enjoy some incredible Czech desserts, gather a real understanding of why Prague is famous for its open-faced sandwiches, and soak up some serious history in a café that dates back to the beginning of the 20th century. In addition, you’ll discover hidden churches and local treasures that are tucked away in side streets and alleys. Throughout the tour, your guide will entertain and educate, providing insights into Prague’s culture and history. Visit sites that few tourists have the opportunity to see and discover landmarks that don’t make it into the guidebooks. Experience real local life and take a break from being a tourist to discover the real Prague.

Prague: Alternative Prague Walking Tour

4. Prague: Alternative Prague 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. 

Prague: Old Town Tour & National Museum Skip-the-Line Ticket

5. Prague: Old Town Tour & National Museum Skip-the-Line Ticket

Take a 1.5-hour guided walk through the Old Town and Wenceslas Square with a licensed guide. See the highlights of Prague's beautiful Old Town, and learn the history of this city from your expert guide   At the end of the Old Town walking tour, your guide will lead you to the National Museum, telling you about its history along the way. Once you reach the National Museum, you will receive your skip-the-line ticket, allowing you to save time and to start exploring the National Museum straight away. Enter the museum and discover its fascinating collections at your own pace.

Prague: Walking Food Tour

6. Prague: Walking Food Tour

Prague. One of the most trendy European cities. A combination of a rich history of over a thousand years and a vibrant, prosperous present. A bridge between Slavic and Western culture. Come and be part of the city for one afternoon, for four hours. Millions of people a year admire this magical city. They walk in awe through the streets of the Old Town, admire the proud palaces of the New Town, walk down from Prague Castle through the Lesser Town. But you'll know more. You will learn a lot about Czech history, culture, and architecture. But most of all, you'll also get a taste of Prague. You will taste a specialty that was popular in Prague in the 15th century. You will have a glass of Pilsner beer in a pub where the first barrel was opened already in 1843. You will discover the tradition of the open-faced sandwich with more than a century of history. You get a potato pancake at a restaurant that used to be a bank. You'll find a restaurant where all meals are just two bites big. And you can have your soup in the 15th-century tower But you won't just eat and drink. You'll discover a secret garden in the heart of Prague, unknown even to the locals. You will admire the statue of St. Wenceslas riding upside down. You will find the building where the Gestapo rampaged during the war, and a few steps away from Prague's most beautiful synagogue. Walk down Prague's most expensive street past a church with a copy of the Shroud of Turin. See the hotel where Frederic Chopin and Nicollo Paganini stayed. And many, many more In short, you will experience an afternoon you will remember for a long time

Prague: One Prague Tour with Local Food & Beer

7. Prague: One Prague Tour with Local Food & Beer

The goal of this tour was to come up with the ultimate 3-hour experience and walking tour in the streets of the most packed part of Prague, called The Lesser Town, located on the opposite side of the river Vltava. Discover spots that many locals don’t know about: no crowds, no visual noise either. This is Prague city tourism done "the new way," having fun, with a guide that will ask you about your trip so far, tell you details about the historical district, life in the city, what is great to visit and give you other valuable tips for the rest of your stay here - just ask anything you want to know. Enjoy two local beers (other drink options available) and a traditional snack tasting (medium size meal) as part of this experience. For the West side of Prague, please select The Castle Side tour option. This one covers two charming districts, Lesser Town and Hradcany, which contain most of Prague’s governmental palaces and embassies. The second option, Old Town Road, gives you a chance to discover Prague’s Old Town district in a very unique and non-crowded way.

Prague Truffle Hunting Tour with Luxury Lunch

8. Prague Truffle Hunting Tour with Luxury Lunch

Listen to the most amazing stories about truffles, their secrets and the market. Find our why these mysterious mushrooms are one of the most expensive foods in the world. During the tour, witness a truffle hunting demonstration in the Petřín nature park. Located close to the city center, it offers one of the best views of Prague Old Town. Touch and smell real truffles and hear amazing stories from all over the Mediterranean. Also learn about the truffle hunters’ secret lore, their hard daily routine, the steep truffle prices and the dark side of the truffle business including the frauds and the truffle mafia. 

Karlovy Vary Tour from Prague with Lunch

9. Karlovy Vary Tour from Prague with Lunch

Journey to the largest, most well known Czech Spa - Karlovy Vary – just 2-hours away from Prague. Also known as Carlsbad, the founding of this town has been linked to Emperor Charles IV since 1358, when he built a hunting lodge here. Learn about the 12 famous springs with temperatures from 40°C to 72°C, the most famous being Vridlo. Karlovy Vary is also famous for its local china and glass manufacturing industry. After lunch, admire these products as you visit the Moser Glass Shop and the Thun Porcelain Shop. Finally, visit the Moser Glass Museum.

Prague: 3–Hour Castle Grounds Walking Tour and River Cruise

10. Prague: 3–Hour Castle Grounds Walking Tour and River Cruise

Start your tour with a short walk from the Old Town Square to the Clementinum. Head to Charles Bridge, and step onto a boat for a relaxing cruise along the river, complete with refreshments. Cruise past many important sites on a voyage up the legendary Devil’s Stream. Visit the Charles Bridge Museum to complete this leg of your tour. Follow your guide across Charles Bridge and learn about its intriguing history. From there, head to Malá Strana (Lesser Town), a part of Prague renowned for its red clay-tiled roofs and beautiful Baroque buildings. See Kampa Island, one of Prague’s secret jewels, where the beloved Lennon Wall is located. From Lesser Town, ride one of Prague’s trams to the top of Castle Hill where Prague Castle overlooks the entire city. Take the opportunity to walk around the many buildings that make up this expansive and historic castle. Discover the awe-inspiring St. Vitus Cathedral and the Romanesque St. George Basilica, known for its classical music concerts and numerous cultural displays. Finish your tour in the castle grounds in the city's oldest vineyard to capture stunning panoramic photographs of Prague. The journey on foot provides plenty of time for an entertaining and informative talk about Prague's famous sites throughout the tour.

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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 692 reviews

I had read some negative reviews but they were old and maybe now something has changed in the organization of the tour because we were satisfied. Obviously it depends on expectations: it is an alternative tour, which I would only recommend if you have already done all the other classic sightseeing tours. Prague is not very rich in street art, so the tour was enriched by adding visits to social centers and underground clubs. It seemed like a good idea. Our guide was Sophie, a very young girl and perhaps at first experiences but she was still up to par. The only thing I would change is the time: the tour started at 1.30pm and it was really too hot, also all the places were half empty and therefore gave a somewhat desolate impression.

Katerina Janoukova from PragueByKaty was fantastic! She listened to what we wanted to see and hear about, and then took us to many hidden places we would have never known about and told us all of the stories and history about what we were seeing. Our entire group of seven was so impressed with her. She is knowledgeable, fun, and an excellent tour guide. We highly recommend her!

Charming guide Melda, she knew a lot about beer and the history of beer. We tasted 8 different beers in 3 different places and finished with the finest view. It was a really fun night with her and 4 German guys from Germany. Try it!!

we were lucky to have a guide just for us, we were guided by Jaroslava a very friendly lady, who loves her city and knows every corner of it, she has little anecdotes for each street, we loved our visit, a great thanks to her.

The very nice guide, and the truth is that we had a great time.