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Prague: Ghosts, Legends, Medieval Underground & Dungeon Tour

1. Prague: Ghosts, Legends, Medieval Underground & Dungeon Tour

Few cities in Europe can claim to have as many ghosts as Prague, and on this interactive walking tour you will learn about the darker side to its turbulent history. Prepare to be thrilled as you hear tales of murder and mystery, magic and mayhem. You will meet your guide at a central city location. They will be in costume to set the chilling atmosphere. As you wander down cobblestone streets and dark alleys stained with blood, look out for your shadow. Hear about deadly deeds and dreadful massacres. While many of these murderous events took place centuries ago, the troubled spirits of the unfortunate souls continue to haunt the city still. The fun, but unnerving tour will tell tales of love and betrayal, and of murder and execution as you discover famous Prague characters, such as the Angry Turk from the Ungelt, the Greedy Merchant, the headless horseman and the infamous Golem. Here's hoping you don't have nightmares!

Prague: Ghosts and Legends 1.5-Hour Walking Tour

2. Prague: Ghosts and Legends 1.5-Hour Walking Tour

Take an alternative walking tour of Prague to learn more about the myths and legends of the city through the ages. Hear stories about an ever-changing and unexpected city, and discover some of its hidden secrets. Your guide will tell stirring stories of of old legends, mysteries, and ghosts. If you are not careful, or keep a close watch, you could find yourself face to face with a headless horseman. Stroll quietly down dark streets, and learn the myth behind the skeleton on the Astronomical Clock. Hear about the mysterious elves in the Burgrave’s House in the Prague Castle complex. Discover why a dishonest shopkeeper was drowned. If you are not so lucky you may get a glimpse of a bloody headman’s sword…

Prague: Ghosts and Legends of the Old Town Evening Tour

3. Prague: Ghosts and Legends of the Old Town Evening Tour

Come with us on a walk through Prague’s dark past, through narrow, cobbled streets and winding lanes where murderers, alchemists, monsters and spirits once walked. We will take you away from the bustle and noise of the Old Town Square into one of the eeriest parts of Prague, once a den of poverty, plague and magic, an area often overlooked by tour guides yet full of history, intrigue and atmosphere. You’ll hear stories of death and betrayal, dark arts and demonic visions. Learn about the restless spirits said to roam amongst the beautiful architecture of the Old Town and who knows, perhaps you’ll even meet them face to face! No one will jump out at you to try to scare you. On this tour we focus on storytelling and not on special effects or cheap tricks to make the tour ‚frightening‘. We will take you through the mysteries, legends and tales from the darker side of Prague’s history, and none of our stories are made up for the tour. This is a tour for sceptics and believers alike, or those who want to experience a different side of Prague from the regular historical tours.

Prague Ghost Tour: Dark Shadows of the Old Town

4. Prague Ghost Tour: Dark Shadows of the Old Town

Stroll the cobblestone streets and alleys of Old Town Prague in the shadow of night, and visit medieval monuments where tales are told. Meet your guide in the city center and prepare to be thrilled as much as you are chilled; by tales of terror and terrible hauntings, of ghosts and ghouls and things that go bump in the night! Go to Gothic churches still under the spell of the undead, and visit market squares and cemeteries where terrible hauntings take place. You will be led by an expert storyteller who will bring to life some of the ghost stories and tales of terror of Prague’s most atmospheric area. Hear about bloody tragedies along desolate streets, where folklore and superstition lurk in the fringes of everyday life.

3-Hour Tour of Alchemy and Mysteries of Prague Castle

5. 3-Hour Tour of Alchemy and Mysteries of Prague Castle

As the crowds thin and twilight descends, your adventure in nighttime Prague begins. Starting from the Old Town Square your guide will take you through streets that are rich in history and legends. Experience an intimate tour that ventures off the beaten path. On your 3-hour tour you’ll visit Prague Castle after the crowds and lines have disappeared. See the monastery where monks once brewed holy beer for the king. Stroll at a leisurely pace through the monastery, New World, Prague Castle, King’s Vineyard, Charles Bridge, and other ancient and enchanting sites. At the Old Town Square, where the history of Prague began, you’ll begin the tour. From there, move to Paris street, the most luxurious in Prague, which, before becoming the most expensive street, was a part of Jewish Ghetto. Here, you will get to learn about the ruler Rudolph II, and find out why did he choose Prague as his home. Then, move to the synagogue, where Golem, the protector of the Ghetto, is supposedly hidden. While walking toward the Manes Bridge you’ll stop to see the interesting corner window that opens onto the charming underworld of the Old Town. Turn the corner and suddenly you’ll come to a place where alchemists once conducted experiments. After crossing the bridge, you’ll marvel at the spectacular views of Prague. Ride up the hill by tram to the 12th-century Strahov Monastery . On the way down to the Prague Castle, you’ll pass the Hole to Hell. Continue on, past the Marian Pillar and will come to the front gate of Prague Castle. A special highlight is the breathtaking view of the 3 spires of St. Vitus Cathedral and Prague Castle. See the medieval Powder Tower, the 10th-century vineyards of St. Wencelaus, and Wallenstein Palace.

Prague: Walking Food Tour

6. Prague: Walking Food Tour

Prague. One of the most trendy European cities. A combination of a rich history of over a thousand years and a vibrant, prosperous present. A bridge between Slavic and Western culture. Come and be part of the city for one afternoon, for four hours. Millions of people a year admire this magical city. They walk in awe through the streets of the Old Town, admire the proud palaces of the New Town, walk down from Prague Castle through the Lesser Town. But you'll know more. You will learn a lot about Czech history, culture, and architecture. But most of all, you'll also get a taste of Prague. You will taste a specialty that was popular in Prague in the 15th century. You will have a glass of Pilsner beer in a pub where the first barrel was opened already in 1843. You will discover the tradition of the open-faced sandwich with more than a century of history. You get a potato pancake at a restaurant that used to be a bank. You'll find a restaurant where all meals are just two bites big. And you can have your soup in the 15th-century tower But you won't just eat and drink. You'll discover a secret garden in the heart of Prague, unknown even to the locals. You will admire the statue of St. Wenceslas riding upside down. You will find the building where the Gestapo rampaged during the war, and a few steps away from Prague's most beautiful synagogue. Walk down Prague's most expensive street past a church with a copy of the Shroud of Turin. See the hotel where Frederic Chopin and Nicollo Paganini stayed. And many, many more In short, you will experience an afternoon you will remember for a long time

Ghost Walking Tour of Prague

7. Ghost Walking Tour of Prague

Get ready to be frightened on this 3-hour ghost tour of Prague! Your guide you will take you through both the well-known and lesser-known streets and alleyways of this ancient city after dark. You’ll hear the legend about the cut off arm in the church of St. Jacob and the story of pretty Laura, who lost her head. Your guide will tell you the all-time favorite ghost story about the young Turk from Ungelt and the religious legend about the Infant Jesus of Prague. You’ll hear stories about treasures in Prague and many gripping tales as well. On the tour you’ll walk from Narodni Street to Na Příkopě Street, seeing the church of St. Jacob along the way. You’ll then head to Ungelt and the Týn's Church and on to the old town square, where you’ll see the old town hall and the well-known astronomical clock. Your guide will take you across Charles Bridge, and then for a walk through Velkopřevorské Square and down Karmelitská Street. You’ll see the Church of our Lady Victorious, the lesser town, and St. Nicolas Church. The tour also takes you through the Jewish Quarter, with a stop at the old Jewish cemetery – before ending back at old town square.

Prague: Guided Operation Anthropoid Tour with Lidice

8. Prague: Guided Operation Anthropoid Tour with Lidice

Begin your tour at the crypt where the paratroopers where hiding for three weeks. Your private guide will explain tell the story of the crypt. You will have enough time to explore on your own, before traveling around the church upstairs to see the spots of the final fight. Next, you'll visit the area where the high-ranked Nazi official Reinhard Heydrich was assassinated by the two paratroopers, Gabčík and Kubiš. The street does not look like it used to in 1942, now containing a small monument next to which you will talk about the moments surrounding the assassination. Finally, you will drive to Lidice, a village which was burned down in June of 1942. The inhabitants were either killed on the spot or sent to concentration camps as a brutal Nazi revenge to the assassination and killing of Heydrich. You will discover a large memorial and meadow together with a statue of 82 children, representing the kids from Lidice that were murdered on this occasion. At the conclusion of your educational experience, you tour ends in the Prague city center.

Prague: Old Town Exploration Game

9. Prague: Old Town Exploration Game

Take a walk back in time and wander through the complex street labyrinths of the Old Town. Even today, there’s a piece of magical history at every corner, waiting to shroud its travelers into the ancient stories and rituals from the times when Prague was the World Capital of Alchemy and the Dark Arts. Questo is a platform for city exploration games created by locals. Get ready to explore Prague by playing quests and solving challenges. You only need a charged mobile phone to start the adventure and discover new places and stories. The app will lead you through the city and set a mysterious context for the game. Following your great uncle’s death, you came to Prague to collect a mysterious inheritance. He has always been a quirky figure in your family, known for his wacky astronomical predictions and gold experiments that ended in explosions in the family house. With a letter from your great uncle in your pocket, you start your journey... Will his clues lead you to the immense wealth he was always talking about? Or is your inheritance just a product of an old man’s confused imagination?

From Prague: Half-Day to Kutná Hora & Bone Church with Lunch

10. From Prague: Half-Day to Kutná Hora & Bone Church with Lunch

Once upon a time, Kutná Hora was one of the most important cities in the Czech Kingdom, with the richest silver mines in Europe. Today, this uniquely preserved medieval town is one of the most important monuments of the Czech Republic, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Stroll through its well-preserved streets with a local guide and hear the history of the city. The day begins with pickup from your accommodation or a central meeting point in Prague. Drive in a comfortable, air-conditioned car approximately 1 hour to the first stop in Sedlec. A suburb of Kutná Hora, Sedlec is home to the early Gothic cathedral Assumption of Our Lady and St. John the Baptist. Destroyed in the 15th century during the Hussite Wars, the cathedral was beautifully rebuilt in the Baroque-Gothic style by Jan Blažej Santini in the 18th century. See the famous Kutná Hora ostensorium, standing at almost a meter high and made of five kilograms of pure silver. Admire the beautiful Baroque paintings and frescoes by Peter Brandl and the holy relics of St. Felix and St. Vincent in Baroque glass coffins. Continue to the Sedlec Ossuary, where the remains of over 45,000 people have been preserved since the 16th century. Marvel at the underground Chapel of All Saints, decorated with objects made of human bones and skulls. Recently, this ossuary was selected by National Geographic Magazine as among the 10 strangest places in the world. Next, stop to admire one of the most beautiful late Gothic cathedrals in Europe, the famous St. Barbara Cathedral. The masterpiece of the architects Matyáš Rejsk and Benedikt Ried is an example of exquisite Gothic architecture. After a morning of touring, enjoy lunch in one of the best restaurants in Kutná Hora, located in a unique 17th-century house. Taste traditional Czech soup or an appetizer, and savor a Czech favorite as the main course. Enjoy your meal with fresh beer from the tank or Moravian wines. The last item on the agenda will be a short walk through the city of Kutná Hora. Return to Prague between 3 PM and 4 PM.

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What people are saying about Prague

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4.3 / 5

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Our tour guide Andrew showed up in very authentic look! absolutely loved it ! He was very funny and amazing. he took time getting to know the participants which is nice ,cz we met really cool people. He told us many anecdotes from various places and his story-telling is absolutely amazing! it actually creates a picture inf your mind which is very superb experience. the walk itself is very good combined with such engaging stories. we feel we wouldn't have seen city up so close without this one! totally recommended!

This was a fun way to see the city at night. Our guide Magdalena was good at telling the spooky stories and intriguing legends of the Old Town and Jewish Quarter. It was a fair amount of walking, almost totally flat, but I saw things I wouldn’t have noticed and went to little nooks I wouldn’t have known to visit if not for this tour. It was a nice way to spend the evening.

Highly recommend! Martina is very personable and knowledgeable. She went above and beyond to give us information and show us the real Prague. I feel like I wasn’t just shown the cities history but made a witchy friend.

The tour was great. A very good German speaking guide with humor and exciting stories. The time passed quickly and it was worth it. Also recommended in bad weather!

Very enthusiastic guide who took us into the legends of Prague in a very nice way. Nice walk through the old town. Highly recommended!