- All Year Round, Daily.
- Live English-speaking guides.
- Digital Audio: English, Czech, French, Italian, German, Spanish and Russian.
*Bus tour only. Prague Castle walking tour is conducted in English.
Tour Times / Frequency:
- Prague Castle Walking Tour: 10:00, 11:30 & 13:00.
- Bus Tour: 10:20-16:20, every 45 minutes.
- Prague Castle Walking Tour: Old Town Square (look for red umbrella).
- Bus Tour: Various, see Map Download.
- Bus & Castle Tours: 90 minutes.
- Adult tickets aged 16+ years.
- Child tickets aged 5-15 years.
Children aged 4 years and under travel free.
Prague Castle Walking Tour:
The prime symbol of Prague's architectural landscape is more than just a single structure, at a staggering 70,000 square meters in size it's classed as the world's largest castle complex. The site is comprised of Saint Vitus Cathedral (the 'castle' itself), St. George's Basilica, the Old Royal Palace, various beautiful gardens and much more! With so much to explore a bit of guidance never goes amiss, and that's where City Sightseeing Prague comes in.
Each day at 10:00, 11:30 and 13:00 Prague's expert local guides take eager sightseeing groups on a journey around this fascinating ancient landmark. Tour groups initially meet up in Old Town Square, from which point they venture west across the Vltava River and up the gentle slopes of Hradčany towards the looming pinnacle of Prague Castle. Along the way your guide will highlight key points of interest, and once inside the heart of the castle will recount the site's history and the stories behind important structures.
Prague City Bus Tour:
This popular sightseeing service gives visitors a chance to explore the sights of Prague at their own pace. As you will be exchanging your email voucher for Castle Walking Tour tickets in Old Town Square you might want to make this the point from which to begin your citywide journey. City Sightseeing staff take passengers on a short walking tour towards the first bus stop at Na Florenci Street 21. From this point you'll be welcomed aboard the open-top buses and ferried along an 8 stop hop-on hop-off route.
Feel free to disembark at any point and discover Prague's finest attractions. Wander down from stop 8 and visit the State Opera House and National Museum, or hop-off at stop 7 and stroll along to the Museum Kampa. The choice is yours.
For a more detailed list of things to do and see in Prague please see our standalone City Sightseeing Prague bus tour.