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What to visit in Prague? The best Prague Tours

Despite being a small country, the Czech Republic is a place with many interesting places to visit. It is sandwiched between Austria, Germany, Poland and Slovakia which makes it easily accessible and attractive for a lot of tourists visiting Europe. Where should you start your sightseeing to fully experience its charm? What towns outside Prague are worth seeing? Where can I try tasty Prague’s beer? With our experience, you will find the answers to all these questions!

Must-see places in the Czech capital

Let’s start with the capital. Prague tours are the most popular attraction in the whole country because the city delights with its beauty and the opportunities that it gives. The famous medieval Charles Bridge from the 14th century, for instance, is a world-known bridge on the Vltava river. Another captivating construction is the Prague Castle from the 9th century. The castle was listed in the Guinness Books of Records as the largest ancient castle in the world and it combines various architectural styles. In Prague, you will also see many original monuments and statues for example Vysehrad National Cultural Monument or the Statue of Franz Kafka. Discover Prague and experience unforgettable moments.

Why should you visit Prague?

The history of the Czech Republic dates back to 350 B.C. when it was first settled down by Celts. The tribe mainly consisted of people named Boii, who gave it the name Bohemia. The Boii people were then replaced by the East Germanic tribe and later by the West Slavs. Therefore, the origin of Czechs descends from those three diverse groups of people, who influenced this great country. However, it was the 14th century when the Golden Age started and gave Prague significant characteristics.

A holy Emperor, Charles IV, made Prague a capital where he erected churches, castles, bridges and universities. History strongly influenced the way Prague looks today, leaving it as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Also, the architecture and culture of Prague are unique and worth experiencing. It is considered to be one of the most magnificent cities in Europe with picturesque views and breathtaking monuments, museums and friendly people. However, before you decide to discover this mysterious land, we advise you to get to know Prague’s legends such as Libuše or The Golem of Prague. The legends will give you a different perspective on this country and put you in a different mood during your sightseeing.

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Tours in Prague with Mr. Shuttle!

If you want to discover every little detail about the Czech Republic book a trip with us! Our company provides any kind of Prague tour as well as trips outside the city. We will show you the most popular and worth seeing places. Trust our experience and enjoy a group trip with other interested participants. Our English speaking tour guide will take care of you and answer any question related to the history, architecture or culture of Prague and other cities! It’s much easier to travel with a small group without worrying about the transfer, tickets, and other formalities.

What to see in the Prague Old Town

Situated between the Old Town square and the Vltava river, The Jewish Quarter must be definitely on your list of tours in Prague. The district dates back to the 13th century when Jewish people were forced to live in a separate crowded area, leaving their current homes. The Jewish Quarter includes the astonishing Old Jewish Cemetery, the Jewish Museum and many original synagogues. The architecture in this area is one of the best persevered in the whole of Europe!

In the next step of your sightseeing head to the heart of the Old Town. This part of Prague is one of the most beautiful places in the whole country. In the Old Town square, you will see for example the Prague Astronomical Clock. It is the third-oldest astronomical clock in the world and the oldest clock still operating. It was attached to the Old Town Hall in the 15th century. Then stroll along magnific Celetná street which leads straight to a gothic tower – the Powder Gate. Curious about this part of Prague? One of our Prague tours includes visiting this historical zone. An English speaking driver will take you to the destination and we will provide a qualified guide. Our experience and involvement will surely satisfy your needs.

What to see in the New Town of Prague

The New Town of Prague is an area situated to the south of the Old Town. The district is a busy commercial hub filled with hotels, cafes and chain stores. The rectangle-shaped centre called Wenceslas Square includes the Statue of Saint Wenceslas, pedestrian zone, shops, huge National Museum, founded in 1818. Wenceslas Square is surely one of the main attractions that should be taken into account while visiting Prague.

A delightful River Cruise on the Vltava

Want to explore the city in a different way? Here comes the alternative. Create an unforgettable experience by taking the advantage of the Vltava river. One of the best Prague tours is waiting for you. Our tour “Prague dinner cruise with music” provides a fantastic view of the panorama of Prague Castle and beautifully illuminated Prague highlights.

You will see the city from a different perspective, the one you will remember for a long time. Our English-speaking driver will pick you up from your hotel in the city centre and then take you to Náplavka. From there you will set off on a river cruise with live music and “All you can eat” buffet-style dinner. A charming atmosphere and beautiful views are guaranteed! After the tour, you will be taken back to your hotel. The most convenient tour ever!

The most magnificent Prague Castle

Founded in 880 by Prince Bořivoj, the castle complex delights tourists all around the world. It is visited by 1.8 million visitors annually and the size of 70,000 square metres made it the biggest ancient castle in the world. The castle was constructed in various architectural styles such as the gothic Metropolitan Cathedral of Saints Vitus, Wenceslaus and Adalbert, Romanesque Basilica of St. George, a monastery, gardens and defence towers. It has been a significant institution to the kings, emperors and presidents. Now, it is the official office of the President of the Czech Republic. Are you interested in exploring this massive complex but not sure where to start? Our well-prepared Prague tours include sightseeing at the Castle with a group. An English-speaking driver will take you to the destination and we will provide an experienced guide. There are two options: admiring it from a comfortable AC minivan or during a walking tour. The choice is yours!

One day tours from Prague

Prague is a marvellous city but it’s not the only thing you should see while being in the Czech Republic. Take the opportunity of the close distance and discover places that are near to it!

Terezin is a nearby town in which there is a concentration camp established during World War II. The tour called Terezin Monument prepared by our company covers all the must-see points of the journey. The concentration camp is an excellent choice during your stay in Czechia, and it takes only an hour to get there. If you want to visit this place without being afraid of missing out on the chance, choose Mr. Shuttle. The tour provides a hotel pickup and drop off, entrance fee and much more! Check out our offer and book a tour with the experts. Another great destination is the South Bohemia Region. In this area, we can visit Český Krumlov; a town, which centre was designated as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Why is this place particularly special? A tour to Český Krumlov is a great option for those who love great architecture, narrow lovely paths, and picturesque views. In the town, we will see mostly Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles. The most impressive building is certainly the Český Krumlov Castle, built-in 1240. The enormous construction consists of parts such as The Cloak Bridge, The Upper Castle and the famous Český Krumlov Baroque Theatre, which is one of the best-preserved Baroque theatres in the world. For your convenience, our firm has created a handcrafted tour that includes a transfer in an AC comfortable minivan, lunch in Medieval Tavern, sightseeing, a tour guide. To get more information check the tour Český Krumlov Tour with lunch and see how to travel to this extraordinary place with us!

Limited time in Prague? A quick visit to the city

No time to see the most famous landmarks in the city? Don’t worry! Here comes the best option if you have limited time. We have organised special offers for you. They are 2-hour or 3-hour Prague tours with a guide and a pick up from the hotel in the city centre. It means that you will be able to see all the most important spots within a few hours. The 2-hour tour includes Prague’s highlights from our air-conditioned bus and a Prague Castle walking Tour. During the 3-hour tour named Prague Highlights Tour, you will be sightseeing all the landmarks from an air-conditioned bus, and then we will take you on an Old Town walking Tour. Taking into account our clients’ comfort, all the Prague tours are organised in small groups to guarantee the best experience from the tour.

Do people speak English in Prague?

Slavic languages are considered to be particularly hard. As a tourist, you’re probably wondering if it is possible to communicate in English there. The answer is: yes. During your visit to Prague, you will be able to order food in any restaurant, buy a souvenir in a gift shop, or drink your favorite coffee at Starbucks, or try the real Prague beer. However, when it comes to organising a visit to Prague, it is better to seek advice from an English-speaking experienced guide. Why? The history and cultural life of the Czech Republic might be a bit complicated, therefore it is easier and faster to be guided by an expert. Sightseeing doesn’t have to be tiring – trust the professionals and enjoy every minute of your group trip.

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What people are saying about us:

Pauline M. profile avatar
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Well organised tour. Fantastic communication. We were picked up at our accommodation at the appointed time. New busses and great staff. Our guides were excellent. Good lunch provided too. Highly recommended!

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Mitch W.
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Had a lovely one day tour !

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Sebastiaan K
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Thomas was friendly, on time, and with booking the tour everything was in a timely manner and we did not have to worry about tickets and lunch! We'll informed via email. Would recommend. Prices seem very reasonable for what they offer you :)

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Chris M.
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Easy to book, drivers arrived on time, well priced, glad we used them, made the transfers hassle free.

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Prague, the city of love! Make sure to check out the Prague Castle that once served a king. Vyšehrad Castle should also be near the top of your priority list. The sights you can witness from atop of it are breathtaking. There is a special reason why lovers flock to Charles Bridge - find out why yourself! For a general “I just want a little bit of everything”, you can’t start wrong by taking a walk around Old Town Square.

The Prague City Center was added to the UNESCO Heritage Site in 1992. It encompasses the Old Town Square, including Charles University - one of the oldest in Europe, dating back to 1348.

Prague is a wonderful city, but you would miss a lot if you didn’t get out of it for at least a day! There are many landscape parks around it, and you won’t regret taking a walk along the river. Make sure to see the Kutna Hora! The city center is positively antique, full of charming streets and avenues, fantastic city square, and Jesuit Collegium. Do not miss the St. Barbara’s Church!

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