Prague Castle District Tour

Prague Castle District Tour

Prague Castle District Tour

  • 12.00€

Available Options

See the world’s largest medieval castle and Hradcany, Prague’s famous castle district. Enjoy the most spectacular Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque architecture the city has to offer.


When: Every day at 11:00, 14:00 and 17:00

Price: 300 CZK / person

Where: Just off Old Town Square – at the Discover Prague Tour Office (Celetná 12) in the heart of the Old Town.


What you will do

Our guide will take you across the river, with amazing views of Charles Bridge, the Castle and the Rudolfinum. From there you will take the tram (included) to Strahov Monastery, the highest point of the Castle hill.

Then, the first part of the tour covers the Castle district and the second part covers the Castle grounds, courtyards and St. Vitus Cathedral.

The tour finished at the castle gate that is facing the city – a great spot to keep exploring the Castle or Mala Strana and, at the same time, only a 10 minutes walk back to Old Town Square.


What to expect

Take a walk back through time on our tour of the famous Castle District. Having evolved over 1100 years from the seat of medieval kings to the home of modern presidents, this part of the city is steeped in more than a thousand years of Bohemian history. Let the best guides in Prague bring it to life for you.

The walk is at a leisurely pace and thanks to the tram ride to the top of the hill, mostly slightly downhill.


What’s included

  • Tram ride
  • Best panoramic views of Prague
  • Lesser Quarter
  • Strahov Monastery
  • Cernin Palace
  • Loreto
  • Capuchin Monastery
  • Schwarzenberg Palace
  • St. Vitus Cathedral (in depth and inside and outside)
  • St. George’s Basilica
  • Archbishop’s Residence
  • Black Tower
  • Old Royal Palace
  • the infamous statue of Youth
  • and much much more.


Book the Castle District Tour and other City Tours

Tour
Duration 3 hours
Included Tram ride included + Explore the World’s largest medieval Castle + Stunning Views of Prague

Write a review

Note: HTML is not translated!
    Bad           Good