Prague by Night Walking Tour and Vltava River Cruise
Your guide will tell you about Mozart’s relationship with Prague, which was so loved by the composer that it got the nickname ‘Mozart’s Mistress.’ You’ll also hear about another famed 18th-century figure, Casanova, who visited Prague in the 1750s and spent his last years writing...
Your guide will tell you about Mozart’s relationship with Prague, which was so loved by the composer that it got the nickname ‘Mozart’s Mistress.’ You’ll also hear about another famed 18th-century figure, Casanova, who visited Prague in the 1750s and spent his last years writing his memoirs at a Czech castle – Duchcov Chateau.
Next, move on through Old Town to the Tyn Court, home to foreign traders and merchants in the Middle Ages. The courtyard neighbors the Church of Our Lady Before Tyn, the 15th-century Gothic cathedral that dominates the Old Town skyline.
Follow your guide the few steps to Old Town Square, home to Prague’s famous Astronomical Clock. Listen as your guide tells you about the clock’s history, which dates all the way back to 1410, before continuing a few blocks west to the old Jewish quarter (also known as Josefov), where you can admire the Old New Synagogue (the oldest in Europe) in the peaceful evening ambience.
Finally, head to the edge of the river, where you’ll catch a glimpse of Charles Bridge (and hear a little about its astrological symbolism) and then board a boat for your Vltava River cruise. Your one-hour cruise meanders along the river, allowing you to admire both sides of the river illuminated at night as you sip on your included beverage.
Return DetailsVltava, Czechia
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Tour operates in all weather conditions so please dress appropriately.
- You will need to be fit for light continuous walking, for up to 2 hours
- We reserve the right to alter and change tour programs without prior notice due to construction, city closures for events, festivals and so on throughout the year.
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Near public transportation
- Infant seats available
- Most travelers can participate
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 30 travelers
- Face masks required for travelers in public areas
- Face masks required for guides in public areas
- Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
- Social distancing enforced throughout experience
- Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
- Guides required to regularly wash hands
- Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
- Group size is maximum 10 people per departure. Mask is compulsory indoors and on public transport. No need to mask outdoors when social distance measures of 1.5 meters are kept. No headphones provided, the guide keeps distance but will not wear a mask outdoors. Please take your own mask with you.
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We booked this for our first evening in Prague. What a fantastic way to begin our stay. The city is so beautifully lit at night. Zusana gave us a great intro to the city and some cool tips and recommendations!
Great tour around the old town. Our guide, Zuzana was terrific. She is well-spoken, provided new information, and got us great seats on the boat so we could take good photos.
Even though the meeting place was hard to find, our guide Martina, met us with a smile!!
We walked through the Jewish quarter and I loved that part! Then we got on the 1 hr Boat tour. She explained all buildings and histories along the way
We ended up at old town square and she provided us with background and details of the astromincal clock in the square. Fascinating Definitely worth the time and money
Prague by Night
We can’t express enough enthusiasm for our guided tour and boat ride with Martina. First, this was a group tour but we were the only two signed up. We are so grateful that the tour was not canceled! Martina is a knowledgeable, enthusiastic, kind, educated and artistic woman and her tour reflects her many strengths as a person. Additionally, because there were only the two of us, she was able to gear the walk to our needs. Because we had already seen the major tourist sites, she was able to immediately switch gears to give us a Prague “off the beaten track” artistic and political” 1 ½ hour walking tour—just what we wanted. Then for the last hour she took care of all the details for us to have a graceful and quiet boat ride with others on the Vlatva River. As we continued to ask about Czech culture, she pointed out the sights along the shoreline. We left the tour with a deeper understanding of Czech arts and history, and through Martina, we felt we had a personal connection to it. A beautiful way to lift the veil of being a tourist.
Jon was an entertaining and knowledge tour guide. We had only our family for this tour. We enjoyed his stories, his energy and his humor. The River Cruise was a bit boring but the walking tour was nice.