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Prague City 3-Hour Tour with Changing of the Guard

1. Prague City 3-Hour Tour with Changing of the Guard

This tour provides a fantastic opportunity to see the main historical sights and monuments in Prague - including the popular changing of the guards ceremony at Prague Castle - within the space of 3 hours.  Embark on a sightseeing tour of Prague, which Bernard Bolzano once dubbed the 'city of a hundred towers'. You'll begin by the Estates Theater in the Old Town, which hosted the premiere of Mozart’s opera Don Giovanni. You'll pass the National Theater, enjoying a marvelous panoramic view of Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge, Rudolfinum - home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, the Powder Gate, Wenceslas Square, the center of New Town - where Czech history was written, Charles Square, and the renowned Dancing House. Then, you'll cross the Jirásek Bridge into the enchanting Lesser Quarter, where you'll admire Saint Nicholas Church. The first part of the tour takes place on a minibus. Afterwards, you'll walk along Prague Castle, which once housed the offices of Czech kings. Soldiers from the elite Prague Castle Guard will welcome you at the gates of Prague Castle. You'll get to watch the ceremonial changing of the guard, which includes fanfare and a flag ceremony. You'll visit Saint Vitus Cathedral, where the Czech Crown Jewels are kept and King Charles IV, father of the nation, is buried. In Lobkowicz Palace, you can stop to enjoy a refreshing, delicious cup of coffee in a beautiful historic café. Afterwards, you'll walk down to Malostranske Square, where a minibus will be waiting for you. You'll pass through the Jewish Quarter, seeing the oldest synagogue in Europe along the way, and arrive in the Old Town Square, one of the oldest marketplaces in Prague. There, you'll see historic Town Hall and complete the tour at the world-famous Astronomical Clock, which dates back to 1410.

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Prague: 6-Hour City Tour including Cruise and Lunch

2. Prague: 6-Hour City Tour including Cruise and Lunch

See Prague the best way you can: on foot and by tram, so you can explore the beautiful cobbled streets and narrow lanes where bus tours simply can’t go. Whether you’re on a short break or you want to get an overview of the city before exploring independently, this tour makes sure you see the main sights and learn about their history from people who are passionate about Prague. This full-day tour lets you see the best the city has to offer, with friendly, highly knowledgeable guides. Visit the most famous landmarks and discover the hidden gems of the Golden City, including the impressive Astronomical Clock, the Estates Theatre, and the Tyn Church. You’ll start off in the historic Old Town Square and explore the Old Town, home to amazingly rich history and beautiful, diverse architecture. Next, set off to explore the historic Jewish Quarter. Your guide will lead you through the synagogues and show you the famous Jewish cemetery, with a stop at the Spanish Synagogue. Enjoy a delicious tradition Czech lunch before heading down to the River Vltava where you will head out on a short boat trip. Once there, relax and experience a different view of the city, with historical commentary and complimentary drinks and snacks. After you disembark, your guide will lead you across the Charles Bridge, the most famous of Prague’s Bridges, and into the Mala Strana (Lesser Town), where you can explore Kampa and see the famous Lennon Wall. You will then head to the jewel in Prague’s crown, the beautiful Prague Castle by tram, the largest castle complex in the world, where you’ll hear about its many palaces, churches, monasteries and monuments, including the beautiful St Vitus’ Cathedral.

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Prague: Full-Day Tour and River Boat Cruise

3. Prague: Full-Day Tour and River Boat Cruise

Discover Prague in a day on a combined 6-hour walking and boat tour, with a break for a typical Czech lunch. The tour provides a blend of the best aspects of each of the operator’s individual walks, and builds a complete picture of Prague and its historic highlights. You will start from one of the best known of them all; the Astronomical Clock on Old Town Square. Admire the Church of St. James and medieval customs yard of Ungelt. See the Estates Theatre where Mozart´s Don Giovanni was introduced to the world, and the Charles University, the oldest university in central Europe. Moving from the web of tiny alleys, stroll past important milestones in the Jewish Quarter, exploring the former ghetto of small houses and narrow alleys, where the Old Jewish Cemetery, Old-New Synagogue and Jewish Museum await. Continue to Wenceslas Square in the New Town and explore the site of astonishing uprisings throughout Czech history, including the Velvet Revolution of 1989. Your guide will tell you some of the legendary stories. After a typical Czech lunch, cruise along the Vltava River to see the city from the water, including Prague Castle, Lesser Town, the Church of St. Nicholas and the famous Charles Bridge. Board a tram to ascend the hill to explore Prague Castle up-close. This is the heart of Prague, and your guide will lead you through the courtyards to the Old Royal Palace, Basilica of St. George and Royal Garden for some more panoramic views.

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From Wroclaw: Full-Day Private Guided Trip to Prague

4. From Wroclaw: Full-Day Private Guided Trip to Prague

Start the day with pickup from your accommodation in Wroclaw. Travel through the Lower Silesia and Sudetes Mountains and soak up the scenic views along the way. After approximately four hours of driving, arrive in Prague and be greeted by your friendly guide. The tour begins in Old Town near the imposing Powder Tower. Stroll through the charming streets and marvel at architectural masterpieces including the Town Hall and Astronomical Clock. As you walk, listen to your guide’s fascinating stories about local life, history, and culture. Arrive in the Jewish District and stop by the Jewish Town Hall, then check out the area’s many synagogues. Cross the famous Charles Bridge to visit Lesser Town, then marvel at the impressive interior at the iconic St. Nicholas Church. Finally, enjoy a short visit to Prague Castle and admire its richly decorated gates and courtyards. At the end of the tour enjoy one hour of free time to explore at your own leisure or grab some lunch. When you’re finished, relax on the return journey to Wroclaw. 

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What people are saying about Spanish Synagogue

Overall rating

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based on 140 reviews

What a comprehensive tour this was! Even with only 6 hours, we packed so much into the day it was great! We walked all over The old and new cities, saw the Jewish Quarter, had an excellent traditional Czech lunch, rode the tram to Prague Castle, saw the Castle grounds as well as the cathedral, then had a lovely boat ride on the Vltava! We learned so much about Prague in a relatively short time. We especially loved the 11am start time as we were able to take our time in the morning without having to rush to an early morning tour start.

Simone was the best tour guide I've had! She was very knowledgeable and warm with everyone. This tour is great if you are looking for an overview of Prague. Simone also helped us plan some of the rest of our site seeing and gave helpful tips on food, places to visit alonge, and figuring out transportation

A very nice and interesting excursion, also with a very experienced tour guide with a very good knowledge of German (history student of Russian origin, unfortunately I forgot the name, too stupid !!). Pure pleasure! With the next trip to Prague gladly again!

Dana was a great guide and was very knowledgeable about the city! I ended up having a private tour and she made it very enjoyable. She was fun to spend time with and cared about what I wanted to get out of the tour. Would definitely recommend!!

This was a perfect introduction to the city of Prague. Touching on it’s rich history as well as a practical guide to the physical layout of the city for those people who will be staying in Prague and intend to explore more extensively.