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Explora la hermosa ciudad de Praga a pie, por carretera y con una plácida travesía por el río Moldava. Con este fantástico tour combinado tendrás la oportunidad de admirar desde múltiples perspectiva una de las capitales europeas más espectaculares y con más historia a sus espaldas.

Destacamos
- Visita el barrio judío, un verdadero museo al aire libre
- Pasea por los alrededores del Castillo de Praga y contempla de cerca esta joya nacional
- Obtén una visión diferente de la ciudad desde el río Moldava

Empieza el tour con un paseo a pie por el pintoresco casco antiguo. Piérdete por sus calles adoquinadas y admiras sus preciosas plazas, casas e iglesias de camino al antiguo barrio judío, un lugar de visita obligada.

Sube más tarde a un minibús y disfruta de un recorrido panorámico de unos 20 minutos en el que tendrás ocasión de contemplar la Ciudad Nueva, testigo de la historia checa del s.XX. Al llegar al Castillo de Praga, situado en el barrio de Hradcany, bajarás del vehículo para explorar los alrededores y admirar de cerca una de las ciudadelas más grandes del mundo. Tras el paseo haremos una breve pausa para reponer fuerzas con un almuerzo ligero.

La ruta continúa por la empinada Calle Neruda, emplazada en la conocida como Ciudad Pequeña, y se extiende hasta el puente más antiguo de Praga, el Puente Carlos. Aquí disfrutarás de un corto paseo en barco por el río Moldava, el más largo del país. Después de atravesar el Puente Carlos regresarás a la Ciudad Vieja, donde daremos por finalizado el tour.

Idiomas: Inglés y español garantizado. Alemán, ruso, francés e italiano, bajo petición y según disponibilidad.

desde 50 €

Václavské nám.,36

Aléjate de las calles bulliciosas de Praga y disfruta de la magnífica ciudad balneario de Karlovy Vary, famosa por sus relajantes aguas termales y sus edificios románticos. Descubre los estrechos callejones del casco antiguo y pasea por la orilla del río Teplá. No pierdas detalle de los complejos diseños del Teatro Municipal, el Hotel Grand Pupp o las impresionantes columnatas de la ciudad.

Destacamos
- Descubre sus 12 fuentes termales y otras 300 de menor tamaño
- Contempla el legendario Hotel Grand Pupp, escenario de la famosa partida de póker de “Casino Royale”
- Admira el Teatro Municipal y explora la ciudad a tu ritmo

Alojada en un valle de bellos paisajes de la zona occidental de Bohemia, Karlovy Vary data de la Edad Media. Tiene una reputación consolidada como ciudad balneario ya que aquí encontrarás 12 fuentes termales principales y más de 300 de menor tamaño a lo largo del río Teplá. Visita el legendario Hotel Grand Pupp, uno de los edificios más atractivos de la ciudad donde se filmó la famosa partida de póker que protagonizó James Bond en “Casino Royale”.

Dirígete al espectacular Teatro Municipal y admira la habilidad de los arquitectos y artesanos que formaron parte de la construcción de esta obra maestra. Sigue paseando por la ciudad, donde encontrarás bonitas columnatas sorprendentemente alineadas de forma simétrica. Comerás en algún restaurante checo y degustarás las especialidades locales sin olvidarte de probar el Becherovka, un licor típico que no te puedes perder. Después, aprovecha tu tiempo libre para visitar los rincones que aún no hayas explorado.

Durante el tour se ofrecen los menús tradicionales basados en los productos del país.

desde 65 €

Namesti Republiky 110

Explora la campiña de la Bohemia Meridional y la impresionante ciudad de Cesky Krumlov gracias a esta excursión de un día de duración desde Praga. Admira los pintorescos pueblos y los magníficos lagos antes de retroceder en el tiempo adentrándote en la estupendamente conservada ciudad checa de Cesky Krumlov, declarada Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la Unesco. Contempla las bellas residencias burguesas con sus fascinantes fachadas y visita el castillo, también conocido como la Perla Renacentista.

Cesky Krumlov, cuyos orígenes se remontan al S. XIII, es como un auténtico cuento de hadas que rebosa patrimonio arquitectónico, con más de 300 residencias históricas construidas alrededor de un maravilloso castillo palaciego en una ladera con vistas a un meandro con forma de herradura del río Moldava. Ofrece elementos góticos, renacentistas y barrocos y se divide en dos partes. El teatro barroco y las fachadas con frescos, en particular, son todo un espectáculo digno de ver. A los pies del castillo, la propia ciudad se ramifica en torno a la plaza central, ubicada en la orilla opuesta del río. Déjate cautivar por el cándido encanto y la rica historia de este lugar mientras callejeas por sus pasajes adoquinados y exploras los terrenos del castillo y demás zonas históricas colindantes.

Reconocido por la Unesco por la calidad e integridad de sus edificios y parajes conservados a lo largo de los siglos, el valor histórico de Cesky Krumlov reside en que es un fiel reflejo de cómo se fueron desarrollando los pueblos y ciudades de Europa durante las épocas medieval y renacentista. Sin apenas llevar a cabo tareas de reconstrucción, este encantador lugar es una joya que ha permanecido intacta viendo impasible el paso del tiempo.

Incluye visita al castillo durante el verano y tiempo libre (2 horas y media) y almuerzo durante el invierno.

Idiomas
Inglés y español
Alemán, francés, ruso e italiano previa petición.


desde 66 €

Národní,36

Con el cómodo y provechoso Prague City Pass tendrás en tus manos la llave de la capital checa. Ahorra tiempo y dinero y sáltate las colas en la mayoría de las atracciones turísticas de la ciudad.

Destacamos
- Entradas gratuitas, crucero por el río y visita guiada en autobús
- Incluye muchos descuentos
- Válido hasta 30 días

Explora la fantástica arquitectura y los monumentos más bellos de la manera más sencilla. Hazte con un Prague City Pass y benefíciate de entradas libres, un crucero por el río y una excursión en autobús con guía. Utiliza uno de los numerosos descuentos para regalarte una cena romántica a orillas del Moldava, o bien para adquirir uno de las famosas piezas de cristal de Bohemia.

Disfruta de una visita guiada en autobús por la capital de la República Checa, también incluida en el pase. Comienza tu viaje en el centro de la ciudad, tan solo a unos metros del lugar donde comenzó la Revolución de Terciopelo en 1989. Continúa la excursión desde la Ciudad Nueva y pasa por algunos de los lugares más importantes de la Ciudad Vieja y de Malá Strana. Finaliza la ruta en autobús al llegar al famoso Castillo de Praga.

Aprovecha este pase hasta treinta días y adéntrate gratis en el castillo más grande del mundo. Con este pase podrás explorar el Castillo de Praga durante dos días para sacarle el máximo partido a tu visita a este inmenso complejo. Visita también el Museo Judío de Praga tantas veces como quieras durante una semana.

Piérdete en un romántico crucero panorámico y descubre la belleza de Praga desde el idílico río Moldava. Relájate y descubre a tu ritmo todos los fabulosos lugares de interés señalados en el folleto del Prague City Pass.

Idiomas
Folleto en inglés.

desde 55,6 €

nám. Republiky

This would be your ideal tour if you are spending little time in our wonderful city: a combination of memories of Prague and Prague Castle & Mala Strana tour with typical Czech food between us and the other.

You will enjoy the best of both visits and be fascinated by history and the beauty hidden in the streets, buildings and monuments.

You will see: powder tower - municipal house - royal road - old town square - astronomical clock - tyn church - jewish quarter - old-new synagogue - charles bridge - st. vitus cathedral - royal palace - st. george's basilica - st. nicholas church - church of the infant jesus of Prague.

desde 35 €

nám. republiky 5,110 00 praha 1

Prague will amaze you and we guarantee one of the best experiences you can live in the city accompanied by our Spanish-speaking guides. On this tour you will discover the places that have stolen hearts, and walk by places full of secrets.

Travel into the past of the beautiful old city, you fall in love with the new city and meet the Jewish quarter with the oldest synagogue in Europe.

At the end of tour you will be waiting for the amazing and magical Charles bridge.

desde 10 €

Narodni street 38.

Enjoy a complete introduction to Prague, visiting intriguing historical sites around the city. During this fantastic trip which combine three of our tours so you will see the historical places of Prague from a coach, boat, and also by foot. It is the most complete introduction to Prague offered by Gray Line Prague. It combines the most interesting and important places from the three of our tours ( Grand City Tour of Prague, Royal Route Walking Tour and the Boat trip Prague´s Venice on the Vltava River).

Our bus departs from Narodni trida – you will see the Estates Theatre, where the premiere of W. A. Mozart’s Don Giovanni opera was held. We will go along the National Theatre to the Smetana Embankment, to admire the marvellous view of the panorama of Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge, we will go round the Old Town and the New Town, see the Wenceslas Square, which Czechs consider to be the heart of Prague; this is where the Czech history was written. Then we will cross the Charles Square. You can see the Dancing House at the river.

We will cross the river to reach the Lesser Quarter, dominated by Saint Nicholas Church. Immediately afterwards we will start our tour of Prague Castle, pass by Saint Vitus Cathedral, Old Royal Palace and Saint George’s Convent to reach the Old Castle Stairs. We will descend to our bus, which will take us to the Charles Bridge, we will say a word or two about its statues and, under the statue of Charles IV at the other side of the bridge, we will board a cruise boat, which will take us to places where large cruise ships cannot go – the Devil’s Stream channel so that we can be enthralled by the picturesque corners of the Lesser Quarter. 45 min. trip where refreshments will be served. The last part of the tour is by foot. Our guide will show you Prague Castle Area, Charles Bridge, Klementinum, Townhall (not available Nov 1-Mar 31) and the Old Town Square with its famous Astronomical Clock, dating back to 1410, where our city tour ends.

Discovering Prague from onboard a ship is a truly unique experience. You may choose the way yourself and perhaps find some hidden spots of the Prague Venice. We will stop for refreshments at one of the restaurants on bank. We will provide you a 6-seat (including the captain) sport boat, with which the voyage can become an adrenaline experience if wanted.

The price includes the boat trip and the services of the captain, who will adjust the tour according to your wishes and is available throughout the whole voyage.

Michalska st, 12

The old and new town Prague walking tour provides an unforgettable tour through the narrow alleys, sweeping squares, and most breathtaking historical sights and monuments in Prague’s center. Our fully trained and educated guides will share with you some of the greatest stories that Prague has to tell along with the historical side of the city and Czech culture.

We start with a walk through the charming back roads and alleyways of the Old Town, past some of the city‘s most famous sculptures and monuments. From here we will come to Wenceslas Square, the flashpoint of the country’s battle against Communism and Fascism in the 20th century. You will hear of the many brave Czechs that fought and sacrificed themselves to bring freedom to their country.

On the way to the heart of the city you will see where Mozart first dazzled Europe with one of his most famous operas and see one of the oldest and greatest universities in Europe, established over 650 years ago!

After we weave our way into the heart of Old Town Square, full of fairy tale churches, ornate architectural gems, and of course the world famous Astronomical clock. Hear stories of Czech battles, Prague’s greatest heroes and villains, and the many unbelievable events that have taken place in the heart of Prague over the past 1000 years.

After our stop in the center we will take a break for a cup of coffee or tea, or a glass of refreshing Czech beer. From our stop we then head into the old Jewish part of Prague, where you will learn about the tragic and amazing history of the Jewish people during their twelve centuries in the city. Hear stories of mystical rabbis, the powerful Golem of the Jewish ghetto, and see the oldest Prague synagogue and cemetery.

The last points of interests and stops will be concluded with a spectacular riverside view and historical account of Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge, two of the city’s most famous and beautiful sights.

Our walking tours are small personal groups and generally do not have more than 15 participants, making them interactive and personal and giving you plenty of chances to ask questions and get to know your guide plus hit them up for local tips of where to go and what else to do.

desde 40 €

12 Michalska st

You have already heard of the great reputation that Czech beer has, and now is your chance to taste it for yourself and learn why the Czech Republic makes some of the best beer in the world! The pilsens and budvar beers all over the world are not the real beer culture we’ll show you on this tour!

This will be an evening of tasting amazing, small production beers (known as microbrews) from some of the highest quality small breweries in the world and eating some of the most delicious traditional Czech beer snacks on offer in Prague. With a long established history of beer making, the Czechs are the standard bearers of the craft. For over 1000 years Czech beer has been supported by Kings, embraced wholeheartedly by the people, looked after with a loving touch by skilled brew masters, and gained respect the world over.

Come with us as we put a frosty mug in your hand and fill it with some of the most amazing, robust lagers and stouts you will ever have the privilege to taste. (No large factory multinational beers.) It’s all about the learning about the beer tradition and culture and visiting a local small brewery in downtown Prague! Also included is a beer museum visit and taster snacks of some of the local specialities with great stories behind them - your guide will entertain you while you taste them all!

We will start the tour visiting a beer museum teaching you about the beer history and culture in Czech. During the museum visit you’ll be able to see real beer process props from the medieval times up as well as try a several types of beer on site.

After we will visit a small centuries old building that is a beer hall where they still brew their own beer right in the middle of Prague’s inner old town! The small brewery we visit is not normally known nor on the touristy track and often overlooked by the average visitor to Prague. Your guide will tell you about the current situation of beer making in the country, and let you enjoy a few top-notch varieties of delicious Czech craft beer. Amidst all of the beer fun we’ll also get into the particulars of what Czech cuisine is all about. The waiter will bring a robust platter of traditional Czech beer snacks from a local chef that let’s you try what Czechs like to eat along with their beer. (These taster platters are not equivalent to a full dinner but still filling enough).

Don’t hesitate to get yourself on this small group exclusive tour not just for beer connoisseurs and food travelers but for those who’d like to really get to know the Czech culture and what holds it together - food and beer!

Our Beer walking tours are small personal groups and generally do not have more than 8 participants, making them interactive and personal and giving you plenty of chances to ask questions and get to know your guide plus hit them up for local tips of where to go and what else to do.

Inclusions: English speaking guide for the tour, two beer tasting with 2-4 beer types at each place, hearty Czech food taster platters, beer museum entry.

12 Michalska st

From our meeting point located in the center of Prague we take a short walk through the narrow cobblestone streets to the Charles Bridge where we’ll cross one of Prague’s three main attractions and become history in the making by following the routes of kings, queens and noblemen! After making our way across this masterpiece we will stop to admire the austere majesty of St. Nicolas church. After we will see the Prague castle area we will see (outside only) the Hradcanské square with many palaces like the Archbishop's palace and Schwarzenberg palace to name a few.

Finally, it is time to ascend to the Castle via the old steps and Nerudova street. As we walk up the hillside to discover some lovely hidden gardens and our last sights of the walk in the castle area we see the marvellous views of the city beneath us. We continue to savour the grandeur of the Castle area, a place that have served for coronations, indoor jousting tournaments, banana markets and defenestrations – the practice of throwing people out through a window, a term coined by the Czechs! Then stories on the amazing palaces in the area such as Schwarzenberg and Archbishops palaces.

After this short stroll we head in to the Prague Castle (entry and visits included in this tour) to see the first and second courtyards. After we will explore the third courtyard’s buildings of St Vitus, the country’s largest cathedral, the Old Royal Palace, St. George’s Basilica and square and then our last stop is the Golden Lane. The tour ends in the castle area and you’ll have time for self exploration and ask your guide for plenty of tips and hints.

Our walking tours are small personal groups and generally do not have more than 15 participants, making them interactive and personal and giving you plenty of chances to ask questions and get to know your guide plus hit them up for local tips of where to go and what else to do. Please note due to daylight we in the winter time we may reverse the order of this tour and or substitute sights depending on opening and closing times or renovations.

desde 45 €

Absolute Tour Center - 12 Michalska st

Become a local by learning the tricks only the residents of Prague know! Spot and find hidden and secret ways through Prague’s old town and hear interesting often untold stories along the way too.

The city of Prague was built from the medieval times and it is full of small and hidden passages, alleyways, pathways and beautiful little courtyard parks! The city was built long before urban planning was even a concept, making Prague a difficult city to navigate. Houses and buildings were built around churches and main sights leaving little or no room on the small cobblestone streets. They made up for this by building grandiose squares with elaborate architectural gems and in doing so they left little nooks and crannies all over the old town where secret areas and hidden stories await to be discovered.

These hidden areas and extra spaces were small and useless for building but the locals soon took advantage of these less frequented areas and joined them together to enable them to move secretly from one area to another all throughout the old town. These areas are not usually on the tourist maps and hard to find if you are not a local Prague resident, but this tour will not only show you around but also unveil the history and personal stories connected to them.

You’ll learn how to pass and maneuver through the passages and hear unique stories about them not normally elaborated on in basic city tours. Over the years these passages were built up, closed down, made in to parks and grand courtyards. Everyday these areas in the city open up for the locals in order for them to criss-cross the town faster. On this tour we teach you about these areas and how to move through Prague like a local does everyday! Our guides will teach you the secrets of “Hidden Prague” and how to avoid heavy touristy streets and areas by going around them through these somewhat secret passages and walkways. All the passageways are 100% safe, well kept, open to the public and in the old town.

Our walking tours are small personal groups and generally do not have more than 15 participants, making them interactive and personal and giving you plenty of chances to ask questions and get to know your guide plus hit them up for local tips of where to go and what else to do.

desde 42 €

Michalska st, 12

During this tour you’ll take a short jump back in time and learn all about the events of the last 100 years in Prague. Your guide will take you to the most significant spots and fully explain all you need to know to understand the happenings of WWI, WWII and communism, right up to the present day.

We start right off in the centre of the Old Town where you’ll hear how events lead to Klement Gottwald announcing the “Communist Victory” in 1948, before heading to an original Stalin monument and learning about his influence in this part of the world. Next up is Square of the Republic (Namesti Republiky), named after democratic state of Czechoslovakia founded in 1918 where you’ll learn about the effect of WWI here and the formation of Czechoslovakia.

To get an indepth understanding of life during communism in Prague we’ll then visit a museum of communism where your guide will explain the day to day hardships faced by citizens and the positive points from that era too and you’ll see genuine relics from that time.

We continue on to the street of Political Prisoners to see a seat of Communist party and headquarters of the much-feared Gestapo, where many brave resistance fighters met their end. After we head onto Wenceslas Square, which was covered with tanks and debris in 1968’s “Prague Spring”, as the forces of the Warsaw pact crushed the reform movement. We’ll finish our tour near the National Avenue that saw the students protesting against the Nazi occupation in 1939 and against the Communist regime in 1989 and where you’ll hear about the self-immolation of Jan Palach and see the monument to his sacrifice.

desde 40 €

Absolute Tour Center - 12 Michalska st, Prague 1

Prague’s history is filled with magic, beauty and romance. Our tour will explore these sides of the city and how the legends were created. On the enchanted adventure you’ll see and hear about Mozart's house and talk about his special relation to Prague- this city is also known as 'Mozart's Mistress'.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Haunted Prague, the castle and its pagan past
* Old Town Square and the astrologer’s tomb
* The mystical tradition of the kabbah and the Jewish town
* The astrological symbolism of the Charles Bridge and Charles IV who influenced the way we see Prague today
* 1 hour Boat tour along the Vltava in a beautiful enchanting atmosphere

After the romantic mush stories we will move on to the Tyn Court to learn about the evil ways love can turn against someone.

From the Renaissance times the esoteric teachings of alchemy and astrology were important and we will hear about the an eccentric astronomer a burning priest and much more! You’ll also learn the secrets of our famous clock - the symbols and meaning behind this famous astronomical clock is not what you think!

You’ll also learn all about Kabbalah, the third native spiritual tradition of Prague, which flourished in the Jewish Quarter with its mystical traditions told in tales by our entertaining guides.

Back even further we can find mystery in Prague - the Castle hill was used for worship by pagan tribes already during prehistoric times - a knowledgeable guide will help point those traces that can be discovered still today, which are completely hidden to the untrained eye!

After all the fun legends and tales on the stroll we end the tour on a high with a one hour boat cruise. The cruise will go on the beautiful Vltava river with both banks all illuminated for impressive evening experience! On the cruise you’ll have your choice of a complimentary beverage.

Our walking tours are small personal groups and generally do not have more than 15 participants, making them interactive and personal.

desde 40 €

Day 1: Prague - Hluboká

Your journey begins by traveling to Ceské Budejovice in South Bohemia. Dominated by the Black Tower, the town’s historic square is lined with Renaissance and Baroque-style homes. As you travel through the region, admire the peaceful countryside full of forests and ponds. Next, enjoy a trip to Ceský Krumlov and visit the castle and Old Town where you'll stop for lunch. Finally, arrive at an exclusive 4-star castle, Stekl Hotel in Hluboka, and stay overnight. Check in in the hotel is at 5:00 p.m. Hotel Stekl is situated in the castle area. For your dinner you can use hotel restaurant or walk to some other restaurant aroud.. On the way to the center of the small town you will meet many restaurants. The first one is only 10 minutes from the hotel, other 20-30 minutes.

As we travel through southern Bohemia, admire its beautiful landscape full of forests and ponds. ext, enjoy an excursion to Cesky Krumlov. We will visit the castle and the old centre of the town where we will have lunch.

Afterwards, we will travel to the exclusive four-star castle, Stekl Hotel in Hluboka, for accommodations in a double room. Enjoy the rest of this excursion at your leisure. Perhaps walk through Hluboka town, visit Hluboka castle or castle gardens. Other options included golf, Ohrada Zoo, Aquapark, cycling or other sights near Hluboka (separate cost). Approximately 5:00 p.m. on the second day, customers will be picked up at Stekl Hotel and returned to Prague.

Day 2: Hluboká - Prague

The buffet breakfast is between 7 – 10 a.m. in the hotel restaurant. After breakfast, enjoy the rest of your excursian at your leisure. Consider walking through Hluboká town and exploring it on your own, or visit the Hluboka Castle and its surrounding gardens. You may also choose to play golf, visit the zoo, go cycling, or sightsee in or around the city (at a separate cost). Around approximately 17:00, you will be picked up from your hotel and begin the journey back to Prague.

Cesky rumlov Castle is closed from November 1st to March 31st and on Mondays.

La duración mínima de esta actividad es de 2 días

desde 191,08 €

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