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Prague Welcome Card

1. Prague Welcome Card

The Prague Welcome Card offers great values and unbeatable convenience, providing free public transport, free entrances to many great venues, and discounts for everything one may wish to buy or see on their holiday. As well as saving money, visitors can often jump the ticket queues and save valuable time on their vacation. Below is a more detailed list of discounts and deals offered by the Prague Welcome Card. Free public transport ticket for 72 hours Free entrance to the following Historical Prague monuments: Clementinum – Astronomical Tower, The Baroque Library and Mirror ChapelNew Town HallVyšehrad National Cultural MonumentVyšehrad - CasematesVyšehrad - Gothic CellarVyšehrad - Bric GateTroja ChateauBasilica St. Peter ans St.Paul/TresuryCatedral of Ss. Cyrila a MethodiusEmmaus MonasteryWallenstein Palace and Wallenstein GardensThe Church of Our Lady of the SnowyChurch of the Virgin Mary Victorious The Church of Our Lady before TýnFree entrance to the following museums and galleries: City Gallery Prague - House at The Golden RingCity Gallery Prague - Bílek VillaCity Gallery Prague – Exhibition of 19th century Czech paintingClementinum GalleryVyšehrad GalleryKampa MuseumMucha MuseumFranz Kafka MuseumThe Museum of the Infant Jesus of Prague The Museum of the Police ForceNational Memorial to the Heroes of Heidrich TerrorThe Museum of Mass Urban TransportationRegional Museum Jílové u PrahyEco-technical MuseumThe Army MuseumThe Aeronautical MuseumThe Czech National Bank´s ExpositionThe National MuseumNáprstek Museum of Asian, African and American CulturesCzech Museum of MusicMuseum of Antonín DvořákMuseum of Bedřich SmetanaMusaionPavillion of Battle of Lipany PanoramaStrahov Monastery GalleryMuseum of the Capital City of PragueCustomhouse Podskalí Free entrance to the following sightseeing tours of Prague: Nostalgia Tram No. 91The Petřín Funicular: discount for Prague Welcome Card holders Leisure: Black Theatre of Jiří SrnecReduta jazz ClubEvery Prague Welcome Card holder also receives a guide and voucher booklet, free of charge, which includes a chapter detailing other places in Prague that are worth visiting and free of charge.

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Prague: 3-Hour Old Town and Prague Castle Tour in German

2. Prague: 3-Hour Old Town and Prague Castle Tour in German

Go on an exciting journey and discover the capital of the Czech Republic. If you are visiting Prague for the first time and want to get an overview of the city, this tour is the perfect choice. Start your guided tour at the Old Town Square, which is the main market square in the old town of Prague and the site of the Church of Mother of God before Týn. Stroll along the picturesque streets and pass Estates Theater as well as Charles University. Next, see the Old Town Hall with its astronomical clock, where you can marvel at a masterpiece of Gothic science. Walk to the birth place of Franz Kafka and discover the Jewish quarter. Visit Maisel Synagogue and Pinkas Synagogue, before you stroll along the old Jewish cemetery. Then, pass the new town hall and the Clementinum, and head to Charles Bridge. Cross Charles Bridge until you reach the tram station Malostranské Náměsti. From there you will ascend Prague Castle. Wander through the Royal Garden and walk to the presidential office and Hradčany square where you can enjoy the view to the German embassy. Visit St. Vitus Cathedral, the inner courtyards of Prague Castle and Golden Lane. At the end of Golden Lane, you will see Daliborka Tower that used to constitute a part of the rampart. The tour will end at St. Wenceslas vineyard.

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Mozart's Prague: Old Town, Lesser Town & Czech Museum Tour

3. Mozart's Prague: Old Town, Lesser Town & Czech Museum Tour

Discover the places in Prague where the genius composer Mozart stayed. This is your chance to learn why the people of Prague welcomed Mozart so warmly, why they loved him so much, and why his music has won the hearts of everyone in this nation up to the present day. Beginning on foot, you’ll walk through the Old Town stopping at the Golden Angel House and the Estates Theatre. Next you’ll get on a tram and transfer to Lesser Town to visit the exhibition of music at the Czech Museum. Then travel by funicular to Petrins for a view of the tower. Walking to the Strahov Monastery, you’ll see where Mozart improvised on the organ on the day of Don Giovanni´s premier. At Hradèany Square and Lesser Town you’ll stop at the houses and palaces where Mozart held concerts or where he lived. Your journey ends at the St. Nicholas Church where a requiem was held on December 14, 1791 as a tribute to W.A. Mozart.

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Prague City Tour with Vltava River Cruise

4. Prague City Tour with Vltava River Cruise

Enjoy a comprehensive half-day tour of Prague with an expert guide. This 3-5-hour tour combines a minibus tour of Prague, a scenic river cruise, and a walking tour of the Prague Castle area. During the minibus tour, you will pass the National Theatre, enjoy panoramic views of Prague Castle, and view the Rudolfinum as well as the Old and New Synagogues. Upon arrival at the city’s famous Charles Bridge, start your 1-hour cruise along the Vltava River. Admire more panoramic views of Prague Castle, residence of Czech rulers since the 9th-Century, and Charles Bridge itself, founded by Charles IV in the 14th-Century. Relax as you cruise by Cechuv Bridge and the National Theatre. Next, you will enjoy a guided walking tour of the Prague Castle area. Walk along the Charles Bridge, view the Klementinum, and the Town Hall - not available from 1 November  to  31 March-, ending at Old Town Square.

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Prague: Classic City 4-Hour Private Walking Tour

5. Prague: Classic City 4-Hour Private Walking Tour

This tour starts from Wenceslas Square, the immense core of the New Town and symbol of the Czech economic revival. Crossing some landmarks of the recent Czech history, you'll reach the Old Town. You'll next pass to The Estates Theatre - beautiful building dating back to the late eighteenth century, which was hosting the premiere of Mozart's Don Giovanni in October 29, 1787. Continuing your walk you will reach the beautiful Old Town Square, heart of Prague, where your guide makes you relive the many historical events that took place here and that marked the history of the Bohemian capital. The astronomical clock, the Gothic mystery of the Church of the Virgin Mary, the lavish baroque St. Nicholas are just a few examples of the fusion of styles that will catapult you into a past that seems to have mocked the time and is still shining in front of your eyes. The tour continues to the Jewish Quarter, once a ghetto, a tangle of dilapidated housing and which is one of the most elegant districts in Prague. Going through places where the writer Kafka lived his restless youth you'll carry on through the alleys where you can still breathe the living legend of the famous Golem. Afterwards, you'll follow the route of coronation encountering the Jesuit monastery Clementinum, the biggest complex of baroque buildings in Prague. Finally, through a maze of narrow streets you'll come to the true symbol of Prague, the Gothic Charles Bridge. By crossing it, you'll dive into the neighborhood of Mala Strana. After discovering the mysticism linked to the Bambini di Praga, your guide accompanies you to the Neruda Street, where you can admire the perfectly preserved historical buildings taking you back to the sixteenth and seventeenth century. On the top of the road you'll finally arrive to the Castle. You'll visit this huge architectural complex that encompasses a variety of styles and more than a thousand years of history.

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What people are saying about Clementinum

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 961 reviews

I was the only person on this tour and so had the guide Dagmar all to myself. She is very knowledgeable and gave me good tips. Her German is excellent and she explained very well. The 3 hours went by very quickly and l would highly recommend joining if she is the guide.

Our guide was very knowledgable and threw in some jokes and annectodes from time to time to give us a small brake from the many historical facts. We got a good impression of the city. Definetively recommend this tour!

For me it wasn't really worth it, I stayed only 2 days in Prague and as the city is small, I could visit the main attractions on foot.

We were very lucky. Not only because Dagmar was an excellent guide but also there were not too many people in Prag in the middle of July.

Dagmar war phänomenal mit viel Wissen auf sehr mitreißende Weise vermittelt