This 3-hour Prague Castle tour shows you all the most famous parts of the incredible Prague Castle, as well as helping you find the hidden gems and telling you some of the fascinating stories that you won’t be able to find on your own.
This tour of Prague Castle meets at Jan Palach Square in front of the Rudolfinum and it usually ends in the Prague Castle gardens, overlooking the Old Town.
The world’s largest medieval castle
Your local expert guide will start the tour by taking you up the hill on a charming Prague tram, and telling you about the fascinating history of the Prague Castle, dating all the way back to the 9th Century and making it the largest medieval castle in the world. Even though many different architects have contributed to it over time, the Prague Castle ensemble remains remarkably harmonious, which you’ll see as you vist Malá Strana, filled with houses of the nobility, the Old Royal Palace, and major must-see sites like the last judgment mosaic, St Nicholas’s Church and St. George’s Basilica.
Hidden treasures and surprises around every corner
Even though your Prague Castle tour guide will make sure you see all the must-see sites, she or he will also remind you to keep your eyes open as you are taken to see the castle’s many hidden treasures. You’ll be introduced to fascinating sculptures, buildings and pieces of art as you are taken on a tour of the Prague Castle that only an expert local guide can offer.
Stunning views of Prague
Be sure to leave space on your phone or camera though, because at the end of the tour you’ll be treated with some of the most stunning views of Prague. As the Prague Castle towers over the city, breathtaking panoramic views will leave you with incredible images to remember the city by, and to make your friends at home jealous!
- Tours in English, Spanish
- What’s not included: transportation
- It is necessary to purchase a 30 CZK transportation ticket before joining the Prague Castle Tour. We kindly ask you to purchase it in advance to ensure that the tour runs smoothly – tickets are sold through yellow vending machines at metro stations, at ticket offices located at some metro stations, at some news stands and at tourist information centres
- This tour is not wheelchair accessible