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Prague Bus and Walking Tour with Changing of the Guard

by Gray Line Prague
per adult Price is $33
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Highlights

Suitable for those spending only a short time in Prague

Bus & walking tour introducing many of the top sights

Splendid views while crossing the Vltava River

Route including Wenceslas Square, Charles Bridge & Castle

Anecdotes about the city & insider tips from an expert guide

Highlights

Suitable for those spending only a short time in Prague

Bus & walking tour introducing many of the top sights

Splendid views while crossing the Vltava River

Route including Wenceslas Square, Charles Bridge & Castle

Anecdotes about the city & insider tips from an expert guide

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10:00 AM, Tour with Change of Guards

Duration 3h

City tour with coffee break & Change of Guard Ceremony at Prague Castle.

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Prague Bus and Walking Tour with Changing of the Guard

Activity Location

Prague

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Gray Line Prague

    Narodni 38

    Prague 110 00

  • Prague City Canter (Hotel Pickup)

    Prague


Description

If your schedule in Prague is somewhat tight, this is a great overview of the main sights within a short time. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, see top attractions, such as Charles Bridge, the Castle, and Wenceslas Square. Hear stories that bring the city to life.

The first part of the tour is provided by minibus. Then we will start our walk along the Prague Castle, where Czech kings had their offices. Soldiers of elite Prague Castle Guard welcome you at the gates. The ceremonial Changing of the Guard including a fanfare and the flag ceremony.

Things to do and see abound in the Czech capital. This short but comprehensive tour introduces you to some of the most important sights, as your guide provides you with background information about Prague's past and present. You also get insider tips on how to best utilize your time in the city.

See Wenceslas Square, where people gathered to protest against the Communist regime in both 1968 and 1989, and the grand National Theatre, which served a significant cultural role under communism. The medieval Charles Bridge is one of the most photographed landmarks in town.

Admire the views as you pass by the bridge on your way toward Prague Castle. Enjoy a walking tour in the area, previously home to Czech rulers. The tour ends in this area.


Inclusions

  • Guided bus and walking tour of Prague city center

  • Coffee, tea, or soft drink

  • Hotel pickup

  • Tour commentary in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Russian


Exclusions

  • Hotel drop-off


Know Before You Book

  • Children 2 and younger are complimentary.

  • Tour stops vary.

  • Hotel pickup is available from most centrally located Prague hotels. Please arrange pickup from your hotel or a nearby location when you call to confirm your reservation.

  • Due to vehicle traffic restrictions, hotel transportation cannot be provided from accommodation located in the pedestrianised zone of Old Town. Main tour departure point is located within 10-minute walk from this area.

  • No hotel transportation is provided from accommodation without a reception facility.


Prague Bus and Walking Tour with Changing of the Guard ratings based on 2 Verified Reviews

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2.5 out of 5

2/5 Apr 11, 2018

tour transport didn't turn up on time . Tour lasted only 2 hours and 30 mins .Guide was good but didn't see all we expected to

Jun 8, 2017

This was by the the worst tour I've booked in the 152 cities I've visited. Usually I would never leave a bad review but feel compelled to. The tour guide had to translate into 3 different languages as we passed each building meaning we got absolutely no history of each location instead hearing just the name. The tour was so disorganised, we were meant to be on the tour for 3 hours which ended up being 2 that included 45 minutes of waiting in line. Very very dissapointed that I wasted my very limited time on this rubbish tour, I didn't learn a thing. Instead, I got talking to 2 uni students that instead took me around their city for 5 hours, free of charge! How do I go about organising a refund??

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