" If European cities were a necklace,    Prague would be
a diamond among the pearls "

Capture the moment as well as your favorite spot in our charming town.
OUR MOST REQUESTED TOURS
  1. WALKING TOURS
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    The best way to discover and fully enjoy the secrets of Prague´s historic streets is on foot. Take a pair of comfortable shoes! You need at least 4 hours.
  2. WALKING & DRIVING TOURS
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    Tired of walking? Let us take you around by car or public transportation. See more in less time. Discover the non-touristy areas, located further from the city center.
  3. CZECH EXCURSIONS
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    Are you staying in Prague more than two days or is it your second time here? Visit the unique landmarks of Bohemia and Moravia, such as the Unesco sites.
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We love what we do and you will love our tours! With our proven partners we also offer following service along the ones we provide. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information.
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Prague and Bohemian Attractions‬‏
  1. PRAGUE CASTLE TOWN
    Hradčany (the Castle Town) is one of four main parts of the historical center of Prague founded in the 14th century. A considerable part of the borough occupies Prague Castle.
  2. NEW TOWN
    New Town Prague is located on the right bank of the river. Before the unification it was the youngest parts of medieval Prague. Along with the other three quarters it creates the historic center of Prague.
  3. ST. VITUS CATHEDRAL
    Saint Vitus Cathedral is the biggest and most important Roman Catholic church in the country and it was founded in connection with the establishment of the Prague Archbishopric. of the Prague Archbishopric.
  4. OLD TOWN SQUARE
    The undoubtedly most popular public place in town is dominated by the towers of the Gothic churchers of Our Lady before Tyn, St. Nicholas and the Old Town Hall with the famous Astronomical Clock.
  5. ASTRONOMICAL CLOCK
    The Astronomical Clock is part of the Old Town Hall is one of the most famous in the world. It was created in the early 15th century. People waiting every hour under the Clock would like to see the twelve apostles.
  6. JEWISH QUARTER (JOSEFOV)
    Josefov is the name of one district in the Old Town . Up until 1850 was this area called the Jewish Quarter. The Jewish museum offers visit of six synagogues, ceremony hall, Town hall and the old Jewish Cemetery.
  7. PRAGUE CASTLE
    The Prague Castle is a symbol of the Czech Republic, a UNESCO World Heritage site written also in The Guinness Book of Records as the biggest closed castle complex in the entire world.
  8. LESSER TOWN
    This district has been inhabited for centuries by the aristocrats who built magnificent palaces here. Major attractions include the baroque St. Nicholas Church and the so-called Church of the Infant Jesus of Prague.
  9. CHARLES BRIDGE
    Is definitely one of the best Czech landmarks and second most visiting monument in Prague after the Prague Castle. During the day, the bridge is full or artists, musicians and stands where you can purchase souvenirs.
  10. KARLOVY VARY & LOKET CASTLE
    KARLOVY VARY & LOKET CASTLE
    isit the Spa town of international renown. Drink the same thermal water like many of the celebrities who has been here too for the treatment or the Film festival!
  11. CESKY KRUMLOV & HLUBOKA
    Would you like to see a fairy tale town ? Then don´t travel to Disneyland! Visit Cesky Krumlov! This town is real and it looks very picturesque and magic!
  12. TEREZIN MEMORIAL
    Visit the former military base and memorial of Holocaust which served during the WWII as a Jewish ghetto and transit camp for Auschwitz.
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Veronika Jíchová, DiS.
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PRAGUE LIVE GUIDE
Kouřimská 28,
Praha 3 Vinohrady
Prague, Czech Republic

Telephone:
(+420) 725 916 903