Discover the beauty and magic of Prague. Gray Line Czech Republic offers a unique blend of history, culture, and entertainment in one of the world’s most incredible cities. We will take you to iconic places such as Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, and Prague Castle. That's not all, our local guides will also introduce you to hidden gems, local food, and customs. Join us for an authentic and immersive experience in Prague and see why it's known as the Heart of Europe. Don't miss out on the adventure!
Tour Expert, Gray Line Prague
Old Town Square is a beautiful and historic destination in the center of Prague. The square is home to a variety of different historical buildings and monuments, including the world-famous Astronomical Clock. Walking around the square, you'll be able to take in the charming architecture, ancient churches and vibrant atmosphere.
Charles Bridge is a must-see attraction in Prague. It connects two very historic parts of the city, and it offers great views of the castle and cathedral. As you walk across the bridge, you'll be able to take in the stunning views of the Vltava River, the Old Town and Malá Strana. Charles Bridge was built between the 14th and 15th centuries and is covered in 30 Bararoque statues and sculptures. Crossing it at night is when it is at its most stunning and we suggest the Prague by Night city tour.
Prague Castle is a must-see attraction in Prague. You'll take a walk up to the castle and then take a guided tour of the former seat of Czech kings. The castle is a fascinating place with a lot of history and beautiful architecture. You'll be able to learn about the history of the castle and see the beautiful views of the city from the castle grounds.
A boat tour on the Vltava is one of the best ways to see Prague. The river runs through the center of the city and past many of the most iconic landmarks. You'll see many of the most popular tourist spots, such as Charles Bridge, Prague Castle and the Old Town from the water. It's a unique and relaxing way to see the city and admire the beautiful views.
Explore the eerie and mysterious side of Prague on a ghost tour. This tour will take you through the old haunts of the city, such as Charles Bridge and the Vltava River, where you'll hear tales of ghosts and legends from your guide. You'll learn about the haunted history of the city and visit some of the most famous haunted locations. You'll also get to hear about the tales of the ghostly apparitions that are said to still roam the streets of Prague. Whether you're a history buff or looking for a unique experience, this ghost tour is sure to be a memorable one.
If you're looking to explore the history of the city, the Jewish Quarter is a great place to visit. It is one of only a few Jewish districts that wasn’t destroyed by the Nazis during the Second World War. You'll find a variety of historic synagogues and monuments, as well as the Jewish Cemetery. The Jewish community in Prague has a long history, unique architecture, and was the home of Franz Kafka — and the Golem.
Czech beer is considered by many to be the best in the world and is an integral part of Prague's culture and lifestyle. It is enjoyed by locals and tourists alike as it has been a popular beverage in the city for centuries. The habit of drinking beer in the city dates back to the 10th century when it was brewed in monasteries around Prague. While in the city, become a true beer connoisseur and visit the best bars on our Czech Beer-Tasting tour.
Wenceslas Square is a great place to enjoy the nightlife in Prague. You'll find a variety of bars and clubs, as well as street performers. It's a lively and vibrant area and the perfect place to experience the nightlife of the city. During the day, you can visit the National Museum at the top of the square.
Terezin is a former military fortress now housing a concentration camp memorial to the north of Prague, close to the border with Germany. Here you will learn about the tragic fate of the more than 150,000 people who were killed during the Nazi occupation of the Czech Republic during World War II. Terezin holds the Memorial of National Martyrdom, the Small Fortress, and the Ghetto Museum, all set up with the help of survivors of the Holocaust. Hear the gripping stories behind this dark chapter in human history.
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