guided tours in Prague
Participants: 1-40 person (Only group booking)
Booking option:Booking on fixed rate
You start your tour with Prague Castle. There you'll see the 14th- and 15th-century St. Vitus Cathedral, built by the Swabian architect Peter Parler. Three German emperors and six saints are buried there. Prague was an imperial seat in the 14th and also 16th centuries.
From the castle, walk with your guide to Prague's Lesser Town. There you will find many embassies, among them the German embassy, where refugees from the GDR found shelter in 1989.
The Lesser Town was completely destroyed by fire in 1545 and later rebuilt in the Renaissance Baroque style. Almost all the houses and palaces are from this period. The Wallenstein Palace, built in 1632, is a beautiful example. At that time, 26 houses had to be demolished to make room for the palace. From April 1 to October 31, you can also visit the Wallenstein.
The tour continues across the Charles Bridge and ends in the Old Town at the statue of Charles IV.