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Absolute Private Prague Castle Walk
Gardens, palaces, churches and more!

Prague castle, Charles bridge and secret gardens

DURATION: 3 hours

WHEN:
Year Around daily at
9:30 & 14:30

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One private walking tour covering all the Prague castle and Charles bridge with highlights of secret gardens.

Complete overview of Prague's castle history Charles Bridge and the hidden secret gardens in an interactive walk divulging the castle's best kept secrets. Prague Castle is the world's biggest castle and has played a central part in the events of the Czech Republic, and sometimes even in world history. It was founded in 880 and is thus the oldest part of the city. Not long after, craftsmen and tradesmen settled on the slopes beneath to provide their services to royalty and nobility. This became known as the Lesser Town but to get there we cross the famous Charles bridge to begin the tour.

Highlights and Themes

  • See Prague Castle with a private guide
  • Meet the guide at your centrally located accommodation.
  • The story of Charles Bridge and the Prague Castle,
  • Church of St. Nicholas and Nerudova street
  • Detailed stories of Prague's most famous heroes and villains
  • Old Castle Steps, with vineyards, buskers and breathtaking views of the city
  • St George's Square with St George's Basilica (entry included)
  • St Vitus Cathedral, named after a saint fried in oil, infamous for inducing dancing mania (entry included)
  • Old Royal Palace, home to indoor jousting tournaments, coronations & defenestrations
  • Golden Lane (entry included)

Tour Price

2017 Rates

Group of
1-2 people

Group of
3 people

Group of
4 people

Group over 5 people
Per person rate

Child
(3 - 12 yrs)

150 €

170 €

190 €

44 €

22 €

online booking

When

Walks can be booked daily year around at 9:30 & 14:30

Meeting Point

At your accommodation
In case accommodation is not centrally located: meeting point can be arranged in Absolute Tour Center: 12 Michalska st, Prague 1 (written as: Michalská 432/12, entrance to the courtyard is opposite Hotel U Staré Paní) or in previously agreed meeting point.

Full Tour Description

Meet your private guide at your accommodation. Prague has the world's biggest castle and it has played a central part in the events of the Czech Republic, and sometimes even in world history. It was founded in 880 and is thus the oldest part of the city. Not long after, craftsmen and tradesmen settled on the slopes beneath to provide their services to royalty and nobility. This became known as the Lesser Town where we will walk through towards end of the tour.

From your accomodation we will head to the Castle area. As we approach the hillside we will discover some lovely hidden gardens and our last sights of the walk in the castle area we see the marvellous views of the city beneath us. We continue to savour the grandeur of its more well-known neighbour, Old Royal Palace, the oldest structure in the Castle area, a place that have served for coronations, indoor jousting tournaments, banana markets and defenestrations – the practice of throwing people out through a window, a term coined by the Czechs! A quick visit to the Golden Lane for an intrigue view at how the castle once was and lived in.

After we will see the Prague castle area we will see (outside only) the Hradčanské square with many palaces like the Archbishop's palace and Schwarzenberg palace to name a few. Then a very short stroll over to St. George's Basilica and square and then our last stop in the area is St Vitus, the country's largest cathedral. It took almost six hundred years to build and finish and is named after a child saint that was fried in oil, but during the Middle Ages was infamous for inducing involuntary dance mania, and also protects against oversleeping, lightning strikes and animal bites.

Finally, it is time to descend from the Castle via the old steps and Nerudova street to stop and admire Church of St. Nicholas then it is off to the center of Prague we take a short walk through the narrow cobblestone streets to then cross the Charles Bridge. While crossing one of Prague's three main attractions and becoming history in the making by following the routes of kings, queens and noblemen! After making our way across this masterpiece we will end our tour near the old town where you can ask your guides plenty of tips and hints for the rest of your trip.

The tour ends in the in the old town so you can explore more of Prague on your own after the tour. Please note due to daylight we in the winter time we may reverse the order of this tour and or substitute sights depending on opening and closing times or renovations.

Inclusions: English speaking guide, entry to royal castle area sights day ticket, public transport tickets during the tour, many stops for photos and questions

Exclusions: Food and beverages, gratuity/tip.

Infant & Child Policy

Infant: free
Children: free of charge up to 12 years
Student: same as adult price

Booking Terms and Cancellation Points

  • Participants will need to be fit for light continuous walking, for up to 3 hours
  • Clients are responsible for providing accurate accommodation details when booking this program
  • Tour goes in all weather conditions so please dress appropriately. Supplier not responsible for unforeseen delays or accidents or losses / damages.
  • Programs cancelled within 72 hours of travel date incur 100% cancellation penalty where no refunds are given.
  • No show or non-participation on tour/program will not be refunded.

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