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Prague Boats 1-hour Devil's Channel Cruise

  • Discover a lesser-known side of Prague missed by most visitors
  • Hear enlightening commentary from your captain
  • Choose from multiple departure times to best suit your schedule
Prague Boats 1-hour Devil's Channel Cruise
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Go off the beaten tourist path and discover a lesser-known side of Prague: It's very own mini Venice. Aboard a small board, listen as your captain shares insight into the Devil's Channel as you cruise past the medieval buildings lining the Vltava River. Choose from multiple departure times throughout the day.
What to Expect


  • 50 min. sightseeing cruise
  • authentic commentary by the captain
  • private or small-group tour (25 people max.)
  • hidden part of Malá Strana quarter
  • sightseeing without jostling in crowds
  • activity is suitable for seniors (no fitness level needed)

What you will see

  1. Čech Bridge
  2. Rudolfinum
  3. Mánes Bridge
  4. Charles Bridge
  5. Prague Castle
  6. Kampa Island
  7. Small bridge by the pillars of Charles Bridge
  8. Grand Priory Mill
  9. Straka Academy
  10. Civic Swimming Pool
  11. Prague Metronome
  12. Na Františku Hospital


The cruise begins at the dock at Čech Bridge, pier No. 5. (recommended arrival 15 mins. before departure). First, the cruise will take you to Charles Bridge and then you can take photos of the magnificent panorama of Prague Castle above the Vltava River. Then you will head to the mysterious Devil's Channel – a blind arm of the Vltava River. You will pass under a small bridge which crosses Charles Bridge below its level. You will reach the Grand Priory Mill – the most famous of the preserved mills in the Devil's Channel, which was originally built as a millrace. On the way back you will pass by the Straka Academy, the Civic Swimming Pool and Prague Metronome above your head. There you will see the unique complex of historic buildings of the Na Františku Hospital on the other side of the Vltava River. You can enjoy the view of Prague Castle and Charles Bridge one more time before landing.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Devils Channel

Really enjoyed our 50 minute boat trip from cechuv bridge to devils channel. Friendly informative crew member who talked us through various views and sights along the way.

Thank naiovx
Reviewed yesterday
Great short programme with a funny captain - remek rövid program egy vicces kapitánnyal

We took a short trip, the Devil's Channel Cruise (50 min.) with a small boat named Elvíra, with our funny captain Milos. Inspite of the size of the boat, it was comfortable, and safe. The group (cca. 20 people) was mixed from different countries, so...More

Thank Anita G
Reviewed 2 days ago
Relaxing end to a busy week!

After a busy day we ended our special trip on the Elvira with captain Milós. Our captain had a great sense of humour, was really friendly and very interesting to listen to. It was lovely to be able to go where the big boats couldn't...More

1  Thank Nickie G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great cruise, great captain/guide

We opted for the Devil’s channel cruise because we fancied a small boat and were interested in the devils channel part of the cruise. Was a great call, there were just 10 of us on the boat meaning our captain Lenka, who was great (friendly,...More

Thank Chris B
Milan D, Public Relations Manager at Prague Boats, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thank you very much!

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Nothing special about this tour. It might be nice for someone who is tired of walking or crowds. The best part was going into the narrow channel but it is only a small part of the tour. OK for those who do not mind the...More

1  Thank 51monkey
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