Prague Tour Guides

Prague certified guides with several years of experience. Join one of our small group tours and learn everything you wanted to know about Prague's history. Official website, money back guarantee!

The best way to get to know Prague is through the eyes of locals who love their city. And we do! We are Vaclav, Valery and Nico, three friends and Prague licensed guides with more than 5 years of experience who decided to join our forces to create these amazing tours.

Prague is our home and its history is our passion. That's why we take an interactive approach to our tours and show you pictures, play music and videos, which bring out the unique aspects of Prague's history. To make our tours even more personal, we keep our groups smaller, 10 people or less, so everyone can ask as many questions as they want.

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OUR PRAGUE HINT FOR TUESDAY

It is a part of the Prague public transport and is accessible with a regular transportation ticket. Funicular goes from Ujezd stop to the middle stop Nebozizek, and to the top of the Petrin hill. It goes every 10-15 min. but often has a queue in summer.

Prague Funicular

The oldest functioning astronomical clock in the world dating back all the way to the year 1410. This unique mechanism not only shows us what time and day it is, but also tracks the movement of celestial bodies like the Sun and Moon. Don't miss the show!
The most famous museum is the National Museum, which has Natural History objects. Second popular are the National Technical Museum and the City of Prague Museum. The house of the Golden Ring has the exhibition dedicated to Prague of Charles IV.
The largest castle complex in the world according to the Guinness Book of Records. Occupying the area of more than 7 hectares, the castle serves as the office of the Czech President. Prague Castle is the most popular attraction in Prague, visited by more than 4 million people annually, it is a must see. Its complex includes such famous sights as the St. Vitus Cathedral, the Old Royal palace, St. George's basilica, and the Golden Lane....
There are three ways of how to see Prague Castle. 1. For free, which takes about two hours including the Castle Gardens. 2. With the B ticket which covers the most important historical sights of the castle. 3. C Ticket which also allows you to visit some of the castle museums.
Building made out of two parts. One made out of glass one out of stone. One represents a man, one a woman. The Dancing House was based off of a photograph of Fred Astair and Ginger Rogers dancing together. This deconstructivist building amazes people that walk the Pragueriverbank till today.
He was a Prague writer of Jewish heritage who wrote in German. Even though his books  Metamorphosis  and  The Castle  are now considered to be classics, he was only published posthumously. His nightmareish book settings gave birth to the term Kafkaesque.
It is a part of the Prague public transport and is accessible with a regular transportation ticket. Funicular goes from Ujezd stop to the middle stop Nebozizek, and to the top of the Petrin hill. It goes every 10-15 min. but often has a queue in summer.
It was built by soldiers who were working in the defence wall on the northern side of the Prague Castle. They were allowed to build their small houses in the arches of the wall. Later they were rented to goldsmiths. That's where the original name name, Goldsmith's Lane, comes from.
It is one of the longest bridges in Medieval Europe, 516 meters! Charles Bridge started to be built in 1357 during the reign of Charles IV, and finished only about 50 years later by his son Wenceslas IV. It was not the first ever stone Prague bridge, but had been the only one for 450 years! Charles Bridge connects the most important must see places in Prague, the Old Town and the Prague Castle District. Even Charles IV crossed it on his way...
During his years in Prague University, Jan Hus got inspired by teachings of John Wycliffe, an important predecessor of Protestantism. Jan Hus (John Huss) started to preach in the Betlehem Chapel, an important centre of modern ecclesiastical thought. His lectures became extremely popular and were attended by half of Prague's population daily! A lot of his preachings criticised Catholic Church and their traditions, such as indulgences and the...
After John Lennon's death a young artist made a graffiti dedicated to John Lennon on this wall. Since then it became one of the centres of political protests against the communist regime and its oppression of freedom of speech.
It is a former Jewish Quarter of Prague named after the emperor Josef II, who freed Jewish people from the ghetto. The Jewish Quarter was established as early as 13th century and was separated from he Old Town by a wall. Jewish people were rarely allowed to leave their quarter and often suffered from pogroms and other antisemitic practices. There are six original synagogues that survived WWII in Prague Jewish Quarter. Most of them work as...
It is an island in Mala Strana quarter. Kampa island is surrounded by Devil's Stream, an artificial channel dug to power water mills. Kampa is famous for its park and a gallery of modern art. You can see David Cerny statues standing outside. It is a go-to spot for Prague locals, the place where nature, culture and fun meet. Every year on the last day of April, Carodejnice or the  Burning of the Witch  takes place on Kampa island. It is a...
It is a pilgrimage site of the Prague Hradcany District that is standing opposite of Czernin palace on Loreto Square. Loreto complex consists of numerous chapels, a church, treasury and Santa Casa or the House of the Virgin Mary, which made it a popular place for pilgrims. Prague Santa Casa has the original stones from Nazareth and was constructed to mimic the first ever sight of this type from Italy. Another gem of Loreto complex is its...
This palace built on the side of the Wenceslas square in the beginning of 20th century attracts nowadays visitors not only because of its unusual architecture (the name Lucerna translates as Lantern) but also because of a strange upside down statue of St. Wenceslas. The statue was made by a contemporary Czech artist, David Cerny, from a vary light material, which allows it to be hanged from the glass ceiling. Palace Lucerna is famous for its...
One of the most stunning art nouveau buildings in Prague. Finished in 1912, Municipal house was the place where the independence of Czechoslovakia was proclaimed. It also has the biggest concert hall in the country and the most beautiful art nouveau restaurant in the world.
National museum is the largest museum in Czech Republic. Built at the end of the 19th century it represented one of the most important periods of Czech history, the National Revival. Exhibitions vary depending on the season.
Old Town is the place where the most iconic landmarks of Prague are located. Old Town Square, which is surrounded by Astronomical Clock, the Tyn church and St. Nicolas church, is known as  the heart of Prague . Enjoy its cobbled streets and beautiful architecture!
Built in Prague in 1891 for the purpose of an industrial exhibition. Petrin tower copies the famous Eiffel Tower in its visual design and till today competes with it. It is 17 meters higher above the sea level than Eiffel Tower (yes, it is because of the hill below it).
 The heart of Europe  and  The city of hundred spires , Prague has more things to see than you would expect! Its most visited attraction, Prague Castle, is the largest castle complex in the world. Prague Castle includes such iconic sights as St. Vitus Cathedral, Golden Lane, and The Old Royal Palace. The area around the Prague Castle is also rich in attractions, like Prague Loreta, romantic Novy Svet quarter, and Strahov Monastery....
One of the oldest medieval towers in Prague. Powder Tower was constructed in 1475 and is standing where the fortification wall and the gate to the Old Town used to be located. Its name comes from 17th century when it was used as a storage for gunpowder.
Prague is a city of rich culture and history and has a lot to offer to its visitors. If it’s your first visit to the Czech capital, we recommend starting your exploring with the Royal way. It is a road that goes all the way through the Old Town, Mala Strana, and up the hill to the Prague Castle. Thename comes from an earlier tradition for Czech kings to go through the whole city before being crowned in the St. Vitus Cathedral. The Royal...
The biggest Baroque church in Prague. St. Nicolas church has one of the largest ceiling frescoes in Central Europe and the tallest cupola in the city, 79 meters. Even Mozart liked it and came to play the organ there!
The Cathedral of St. Vitus, St. Wenceslas and St. Adalbert (St. Vitus Cathedral for short) is the most important ecclesiastical building in the Czech Republic and former Bohemian kingdom. Its construction started during the reign of Charles IV. Growing up in France, Charles was surrounded by magnificent French cathedrals and later decided to built one for his hometown of Prague. Two architects, Mathew of Arras and Peter Parler, worked on the...
The oldest still standing Prague theater. Its doors are opened to visitors since 1783. It is here where Mozart premiered his Don Giovanni. The Estates Theatre is the only theater in the world, where you can see a Mozart's opera performed on the original stage.
Welcome to Prague and enjoy! And while you are at it, have a beer! We are sure that all Prague visitors know or have, at least, heard of Pilsner beer. It is the golden liquid that has made Czech lands famous not only across the whole of Europe but across the entire world!
As the name  Pilsner  suggests, this fabulous bottom fermented drink was created in the city Pilsen (Plzeò in Czech), so if you really want to reach the cradle of this...
It is part of the New Town of Prague. It was established already in 14th century as a Horse Market and became a hub of medieval trade. In the 20th century, Wenceslas square was the background for many historical events, such as the invasion of 1968 and the Velvet Revolution. Nowadays it is a center of urban life with numerous cafes, restaurants, hotels and banks. Wenceslas Square is also a great shopping opportunity for someone who prefers...
The oldest functioning astronomical clock in the world dating back all the way to the year 1410. This unique mechanism not only shows us what time and day it is, but also tracks the movement of celestial bodies like the Sun and Moon. Don't miss the show!
The most famous museum is the National Museum, which has Natural History objects. Second popular are the National Technical Museum and the City of Prague Museum. The house of the Golden Ring has the exhibition dedicated to Prague of Charles IV.
The largest castle complex in the world according to the Guinness Book of Records. Occupying the area of more than 7 hectares, the castle serves as the office of the Czech President. Prague Castle is the most popular attraction in Prague, visited by more than 4 million people annually, it is a must see. Its complex includes such famous sights as the St. Vitus Cathedral, the Old Royal palace, St. George's basilica, and the Golden Lane....
There are three ways of how to see Prague Castle. 1. For free, which takes about two hours including the Castle Gardens. 2. With the B ticket which covers the most important historical sights of the castle. 3. C Ticket which also allows you to visit some of the castle museums.
He was a Prague writer of Jewish heritage who wrote in German. Even though his books  Metamorphosis  and  The Castle  are now considered to be classics, he was only published posthumously. His nightmareish book settings gave birth to the term Kafkaesque.
It is a part of the Prague public transport and is accessible with a regular transportation ticket. Funicular goes from Ujezd stop to the middle stop Nebozizek, and to the top of the Petrin hill. It goes every 10-15 min. but often has a queue in summer.
It was built by soldiers who were working in the defence wall on the northern side of the Prague Castle. They were allowed to build their small houses in the arches of the wall. Later they were rented to goldsmiths. That's where the original name name, Goldsmith's Lane, comes from.
It is one of the longest bridges in Medieval Europe, 516 meters! Charles Bridge started to be built in 1357 during the reign of Charles IV, and finished only about 50 years later by his son Wenceslas IV. It was not the first ever stone Prague bridge, but had been the only one for 450 years! Charles Bridge connects the most important must see places in Prague, the Old Town and the Prague Castle District. Even Charles IV crossed it on his way...
During his years in Prague University, Jan Hus got inspired by teachings of John Wycliffe, an important predecessor of Protestantism. Jan Hus (John Huss) started to preach in the Betlehem Chapel, an important centre of modern ecclesiastical thought. His lectures became extremely popular and were attended by half of Prague's population daily! A lot of his preachings criticised Catholic Church and their traditions, such as indulgences and the...
After John Lennon's death a young artist made a graffiti dedicated to John Lennon on this wall. Since then it became one of the centres of political protests against the communist regime and its oppression of freedom of speech.
It is a former Jewish Quarter of Prague named after the emperor Josef II, who freed Jewish people from the ghetto. The Jewish Quarter was established as early as 13th century and was separated from he Old Town by a wall. Jewish people were rarely allowed to leave their quarter and often suffered from pogroms and other antisemitic practices. There are six original synagogues that survived WWII in Prague Jewish Quarter. Most of them work as...
It is an island in Mala Strana quarter. Kampa island is surrounded by Devil's Stream, an artificial channel dug to power water mills. Kampa is famous for its park and a gallery of modern art. You can see David Cerny statues standing outside. It is a go-to spot for Prague locals, the place where nature, culture and fun meet. Every year on the last day of April, Carodejnice or the  Burning of the Witch  takes place on Kampa island. It is a...
It is a pilgrimage site of the Prague Hradcany District that is standing opposite of Czernin palace on Loreto Square. Loreto complex consists of numerous chapels, a church, treasury and Santa Casa or the House of the Virgin Mary, which made it a popular place for pilgrims. Prague Santa Casa has the original stones from Nazareth and was constructed to mimic the first ever sight of this type from Italy. Another gem of Loreto complex is its...

ESSENTIAL PRAGUE TOUR

Prague Old Town

This tour includes Prague's most iconic sights in one package: Old Town Square, Astronomical Clock, The Estates Theatre, Jewish Quarter, Charles Bridge and many more…
In 2.5 hours you will know more about Prague than majority of locals do.

400 CZK/16 EUR

COMPLETE PRAGUE CASTLE TOUR

St. Vitus Cathedral

This tour includes a tickets to Prague Castle interiors and skip the line. You will see the room of Prague’s defenstration, Golden Lane and the alchemist chambers, St. Vitus Cathedral, Tomb of St. Wenceslas and the list continues. Join us and explore the largest castle complex in the world!

920 CZK/37 EUR

PRAGUE "SEE IT ALL" TOUR

Prague Oldtown Square

This tour is designed for people who want to see Prague's iconic sights, hear about Czech history and taste traditional food. After this tour is done you can definitely say you saw the whole city.
All in one day, in 6 hours we will cover 30+ SIGHTS!

1050 CZK/42 EUR

How to find us? Easy peasy! Look for a giant red umbrella with a number "100" in white! We assure you, the person who is holding it is one of us (unless we got robbed :o). As soon as we get back to you with the confirmation of your booking, you will receive more details about where the tour will start. Also, you can find the meeting points for our tours with their respective addresses at the bottom of each page that talks about our tours.

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WHO ARE WE?

Nico, Vaclav and Valery: one might say that we are weird and they would be right! Because there is nothing normal about people who are so mad about the city they live in. Since the time we met at work years ago, we knew that our friendship, trust and mutual support would be a great foundation for our own company. You can almost call us a family business, except we are not related. For us this job and this company is a dream come true.

Valery

There is a reason why Valery is standing in front of this beautiful basilican portal. She has been long fascinated with art and architecture. Fortunately for her, Prague has a lot to offer! Baroque and gothic, romanesque and renaissance, cubism and purism… They might be just styles of design and painting, but for Valery they are also never-ending source of inspiration and reading material. As a consequence, she developed a slight book-purchasing addiction. She promised to quit! (Not) Her goal is to create a little home library and have her family and friends enjoy their reading sessions there. Oh, and lastly, Valery knows a thing or two about shopping in Prague and will gladly share her favourite spots!

Nico

As you can see, it's hard to keep Nico steady. The moment he hits the streets of Prague, it’s like the Earth looses its sense of gravity. Nico has more energy than a group of pre-schoolers that just entered a theme park because he is actually half Bolivian! So if any of you hablo español, you have an opportunity to practicar! Nico is also an actor and a professional opera singer. Don’t be surprised when he randomly breaks into a song, we warned you! Although singing is still something he finds amusing, Nico decided to use his vocal cords to stun you with sounds of Czech history. Mozart approves!

Vaclav aka 'V'

Vaclav is, what we call nowadays, a rare type- a Praguer. Basically, an endangered specie. They are as scarce as hen’s teeth, trust us! Before discovering his passion for guiding, V spent time trying to watch every movie ever made. So if you want to make friends with him, strike up a conversation about cinema, and by the end of the tour you will have at least a dozen new films, tv series, and anime recommendations! Why do we call him 'V' by the way? Because in those 5 years that Vaclav has been working as a guide, he received just one complaint: his name is too difficult to pronounce. We dare you try when you meet him in person!

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