Guided Tours & Activities
On this web site you can find a list of our professional tours. Our guides who all have a licence for guiding, have passed an exam in history, topography and art. Tours are available in various languages. If you are interested in a custom tour offer you can contact us.
Our minibus will take you to the river Vltava from where you will continue by an air conditioned boat for a three-hour cruise, during which you will be passing by the amazing sights and landmarks of Prague such as the panorama of the Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral, the Charles Bridge, the National Theatre, the Petrin Hill and the green cupola of the St. Nicolas Church. Dinner on board is served buffet-style and you can admire the illuminated sights of Prague while enjoying good food and music. The minibus will take you back to your hotel after the end of the cruise. Transport, cruise and dinner included in the price.
During this excursion we will make you acquainted with the historical district of the city. First, we will show you the New Town (the National Museum, the National Theatre etc) then our coach (bus) will take you to the other side of the river to the Lesser Town. Next, we continue to the Castle district, where you will take a more than one hour long walking tour, during which you will have a chance to see the world-famous St. Vitus' Cathedral. Finally, our coach (bus) will take you to the Jewish quarter to admire the synagogues and through the Old Town Square - with the Astronomical Clock and the Tyn-church - to Wenceslas Square, where the tour ends. Guided.
A walk through Jewish history. During this walking tour you will see the only Central European Jewish town-quarter that survived the Holocaust. It is called Josefov after emperor Josef II (1780 - 1790). You will stroll through the Old Jewish Cemetery, where app. 100.000 people are buried and thre are still 10.000 gravestones left, then you will visit four of the six surviving synagogues, too, and the famous Jewish writer Franz Kafka's house on the Old Town Square, where your trip will also finish. The price includes admission to the Jewish Museum and the Old Jewish Cemetery. Guided.
Our minibus will take you through the picturesque West Bohemian countryside to the city of Karlovy Vary. This world-famous spa has been known for its 12 medicinal mineral springs and you will have the chance to taste them. The best known is the "Vř?dlo" ("Geyser"), springing its curative water to a height of 12 m. In Karlovy Vary you can also find historical and modern colonnades and you can admire locally manufactured Moser glass and Thun porcelain. We recommend tasting delicious local wafers and traditional "Becherovka" liqueur made of herbs. The city is also known for the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. Guide service and lunch included.
During your visit to Prague you should not miss the large Gothic castle founded in the 14th century by Charles IV, King of Bohemia and Holy Roman Emperor. Karl?tejn served as a place for safekeeping the Empire coronation jewels, holy relics and other royal treasures. Located about 35 km southwest of Prague in the village of Karlstejn, it is one of the most famous and heavily visited castles in the Czech Republic. For those interested in fine crystal glass you will find various shops that offer all kind of crystal to prices 20-40% better than those in Prague. The Castle is located on a hill and the countryside is very beautiful. Guided, entrance fee included.
Kutna Hora, situated about 65 km out of Prague, ows its origin to the silver mines, the existence of which can be traced back to the first part of the 13th century. It was next to Prague the most important town in Bohemia, having become favourite temporal residence of several of the Czech kings and also a mint for the "Prague Penny" ("Gros"). Kutna Hora was declared a world heritage, and since 1995 has been protected by UNESCO. Our guide will show you the most important buildings and places - the St. Barbora's Cathedral, the Ossuary (Bone House), the Italian Court. Guide service and entrance fees included.
Terezin was founded at the end of the 18th century by Emperor Joseph II, originally as an ingenious system of the military fortresses for the protection of the Bohemian Kingdom. During World War II, in 1940, the Gestapo took control of Terezin, and the town was turned into a Jewish ghetto. The Nazis tried to make the concentration camp look like a model Jewish settlement, but in reality it was a concentration camp. The Gestapo turned the fortress just outside the town into a prison for political prisoners and the town of Terezin that before the war inhabited 7000 people was turned into a jewish ghetto of 60.000. Guide service and entrance fees included.