Historic Prague Walking Tour including King's Route and Charles Bridge
As you walk through the Old Town Square located between Wenceslas square and Charles Bridge, the city features various architectual styles including gothic which inspired the Tyn Cathedral, which has been part of the city since the 14th century and the baroque inspired St. Nicholas church (completed in 1735). This gothic style architecture can also be seen in the astronomical clock on the Old Town Hall.
Uncover Pariska street (Art Nouveau style) which is lined with an array of luxury shops and restaurants. Later you will walk through the former Jewish Quarter located between the Old Town Square and the Vltava river, and birthplace of the literary legend Franz Kafka, to the Rudolfinum. Then enjoy a magical view of the Charles Bridge with its baroque style statues, as well as witnessing the biggest castle in the world, Prague castle. Returning to Lesser Town, an area shrouded with narrow cobbled streets and picturesque cottages and shops.
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- Professional guide
- Walking tour
- Entrance fees
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop off
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Reviewed by: Julia T, July 2013
Our tour guide (Sarah) was awesome and the group was quite small. A delightful time.
Reviewed by: Sian, December 2012
Our guide, Šarka, was very well informed and had many interesting facts to relate. The tour was well paced. We had a small group and the tour felt very personal.