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Prague Castle and Castle District Walking Tour

From US$13.70
  • Explore the must-see Prague Castle district on foot with a guide
  • Learn more than you would on your own about the area’s history from your guide
  • Exploring on foot gives you a ground-up perspective on the area
Prague Castle and Castle District Walking Tour
From US$13.70
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3-hour walking your with an English speaking guide
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3-hour walking tour with a Spanish speaking guide
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Get to know Prague Castle and the Castle District on foot during this half-day walking tour. Book this guided tour, and check a major must-see off your to-do list. Learn about the ancient history of the area through your guide's in-depth commentary as you explore Mala Strana, the Golden Lane, and views of St. Vitus Cathedral.

What to Expect

Meet your guide and group in central Prague, and set off on your walking tour. You won't have to worry about fussing with a map or planning a route because your guide has planned out a comprehensive Prague Castle itinerary for you.

Cross the Vltava River and catch your first views of the castle as your guide provides an orientation. Then climb the hillside and enter the baroque Mala Strana district. Pause to snap photos of the World War II memorial and St. Nicholas Church, and then take the tram up to the castle.

Enter through the North Gate, passing the Powder Bridge and the Royal Gardens on the way to Hradčany Square. See the Scwarzenberg Palace, the Second and Third Courtyards, and the enormous St. Vitus Cathedral. After checking out the church's interior, head for the Golden Lane, where your guide sheds light on the past inhabitants, including Franz Kafka, goldsmiths, and fusiliers. Get much more information on this history-rich area from your guide than you would exploring on your own.

End up at a spot on the hillside that looks out over the city, a perfect vantage point for a last photo. Alternatively, walk back to the Charles Bridge together, where your guided tour ends.

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Amazing tour and fantastic guide

Great tour, really detailed and engaging presentation from our tour guide Lyle, full of information and stories, kept it interesting. Well planned tour and well worth doing it

1  Thank Ewan R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Karel was great

Very informative, funny and nice. Can't recommend enough and can't beat the price. We had wonderful weather, I can imagine if it's cold and rainy it might be not as fun.

Thank Ido S
Reviewed 1 week ago

I've taken Sandeman's tours in other countries, and they are always first-rate. What a wonderful tour we had with Ty Knol... informative, entertaining, well-paced...what more could you ask for at this price? Great value...really worth doing and be sure to tip at the end because...More

Thank A_Winter_12
Reviewed 1 week ago
Tour and guide were amazing (Vaclav)

The tour was great, the history is amazing. Vaclav, our guide, was a local who new all of the history and told all the right stories. He is an excellent ambassador for the city, his country, and his trade. Would most definitely recommend this trip.

Thank Jed S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great tour and tour guide!

We did the 3 hours walking tour from the square, theatre, municipality house, museum, bridge... And Tijo our guide was really fun and helpful. It's a free tour, but we paid each 10 euros, more than worth it!

2  Thank Antoine R
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Philip S
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Response from cro44 | Reviewed this property |
Yes that is totally fine, you usually end up spending the day with the same guide and some of the same people, which is nice!:) Enjoy!