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PRAGUE HOTEL LOCATIONS
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The Prague Metro network is made up of 3 lines marked with different letters and colours: green (Hostivař - Dejvická), yellow (Černý Most Zličín) and red (Ládví - Háje) with the possibility of changing lines at Muzeum (lines A and C), Můstek (lines A and B) and Florenc (lines B and C). The Metro operates daily from 5.00 am until midnight. The time interval between train departures at peak times is approximately 2-3 minutes and 4-10 minutes off peak.
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e) Municipal House – Prague‘s most prominent Art Nouveau building with interior partially designed by Alphons Mucha, built between 1905 and 1912. Visit the biggest concert hall in town (Smetanova Hall) and also don’t miss coffee at the fabulous Municipal House Kavárna. Next to the Municipal House is Powder Gate - one of the 13 original fortified gates to Old Town. There is also a small exhibition about the tower and it is open for great views of the city.
J) Loreta – is a pilgrimage site established by B.B. Katherina von Lobkwicz in 1626 where you can see replica of Santa Casa. The Santa Casa is an over-decorated baroque cube, which has fragmentary frescoes inside, and houses the wonder-working statue of Our Lady of Loreto. The Loreta treasury has a famed collection of vestments and other religious objects. In the south-western corner is the Chapel of Our Lady of Sorrows, which has a sculpture of a crucified bearded woman.
The pickup point is from Na Příkopě 23 (5 minutes walk from Wenceslas Square) at 11:30am for lunch on the river tour or at 6:45pm for dinner on the river tour. This is also optional bus pickup point for all shared excursions (if you not choose pickup at your hotel) and meeting point for Beer and Ghost Tour.
MEETING POINT NA PŘÍKOPĚ 23 PREMIANT KIOSK
Excursions Meeting / Bus Pickup Point
When do I have to pay for the return transfer? Please pay when you arrive at your hotel. For reservation with a return trip or with more trips, you can choose to pay the total amount at once, or to pay for each trip separately. Our chauffeur will give you “a transport voucher” as confirmation of your payment. If you pay in cash you can pay in local currency or in the currency stated in your confirmation email (the price may vary slightly, based on the actual exchange rate).
D) Jewish Quarter Josefov – oldest Jewish settlement in Europe named after emperor Josef II. Here are two figures synonymous with this part of the city, Franz Kafka and the mystical humunculus Golem created by Rabi Löw. The Jewish cemetery, Old-new Synagogue, Klausen Synagogue and the Pinkas Synagogue are definitely worthwhile sights. Be prepared for entrance admission to most of the sights ranging from 200 CZK or just buy 480 CZK for a ticket encompassing all the sights.
i) Church our our Lady Before týn – fascinating interior with gothic touches from the 14th century. The interior‘s Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque features include sculptures of Calvary, a pewter font and a 15thcentury Gothic pulpit. The Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe is buried in a marble tomb here. The cathedral is an Old Town Square landmark with distinctive twin spires that are a reassuring sight to many tourists after losing their bearings in the narrow surrounding byways.
LUNCH/DINNER BOAT CRUISE DEPARTURE
The boat departure point is from Dvořákovo Quay, and the boat is located between Čechův Bridge and Štefánikův Bridge. If you walk from Old Town Square follow Pařížská Street and after ten minutes you reach the river (Čechův Bridge), right next to the Intercontinental Hotel. Then you walk down to the pier and walk another five minutes (to the right in relation to Prague Castle) until you see the Classic River boat. Please be at the boat departure pier at least 10 minutes before boat departure time. The boat operator is called Premiant and the boat name is Classic River.
Boat Departure Point
do you wish to change, cancel, or book return transport? Just give us a call between 7am till midnight, daily. You can also text or email us. All changes are free of charge.
The meeting point for all the walks (except Beer and Ghost Tour) is next to the very famous Astronomical Clock on the Old Town Square (ask at your hotel reception for exact directions). The clock is a 5-minute walk from Staromestska metro or tram station and is one of the most famous locations in Prague, so everyone knows it). Your guide waits for you with a red umbrella (a with our company logo) standing 30 meters away from the clock. Please turn up 10 minutes before the walk starts.
Walks - Meeting Point
should I tip the driver? If you are happy with the service then it is customary to tip between 5% and 15%. However, this is entirely at your discretion, although please bear in mind that even a very small tip will keep your driver extra happy :)
C) Charles Bridge – dating back to 1357 this bridge was built to replace Judith’s Bridge from the 12th century. There are thirty sculptures that decorate the bridge date mainly from the baroque period. Charles Bridge is one of the most popular tourist spots - vibrant day or night, scattered with vendors and entertainers. Early morning is the best time to experience a less crowded walk, although a romantic evening walk through the impressively lit streets of Prague by night is nice too.
H) Wenceslas Square – is a hustle and bustle of commerce, tourist shops, restaurants, casinos, hotels, and countless shops. It really comes alive after dark, when its restaurants, cinemas and nightclubs attract the tourist crowds. At the northern end of the square you can find the neoRenaissance National Museum and St. Wenceslas Monument. Another significant building is Koruna palác - a covered shopping arcade with a stunning glass dome dating from 1911.
private transfer DEPARTURE: Upon your departure our driver will collect you at the address or hotel given in the reservation form. If you are accommodated in a hotel, the driver will pick you up at the reception, or possibly the apartment address.
B) old town Sq. and astronomical Clock – just in the heart of the Old Town surrounded by charming baroque, gothic and rococo architecture, OldTown Sq. is a great place to hang around, have a lunch at one of many of its cafes, hire a horse or buggy, browse markets stalls or just watch the Astronomical clock. Don’t miss the Church of Our Lady Before Týn, the rococo Kinsky Palace, the medieval House at the Stone Bell and baroque St. Nicholas Church.
g) Vyšehrad – once it was a forbidding fortress and now it is a popular place for locals during weekends. Visit the city’s oldest Romanesque rotunda of St. Martin, the Church of St. Peter & Paul, enjoy a peaceful walk in the gardens. It is easily and quickly reachable from the centre by metro line ‚C‘ to station ‚Vyšehrad‘ (two stations from the National Museum). From there it is about a 10-minute walk to Vyšehrad‘s main gate. The tour of the complex takes about 2 or 3 hours.
shared shuttle transfer DEPARTURE: The driver will pick you up within 20 minutes before or after your requested time. Therefore, it is necessary to be ready for departure from your hotel at least 20 minutes in advance and to be prepared for the possibility that the driver may also arrive up to 20 minutes late.
a) prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral – the largest medieval castle in the world – jewel of the Czech capital, enchanting large Cathedral, castle exhibition of Czech history, collection of Bohemian art, Prague Castle Gallery, Toy Museum, Powder Tower and Golden Lane are some of the places to see. Most monuments are open daily Apr-Oct 9am-5pm, and Nov- Mar 9am-4pm. Entrance fees are required for a few selected areas. Allow at least ½ day.
F) petřín Hill and Funicular – escape to the green peaceful grounds of Petrin, visit the Petrin Observation Tower, Observatory or just enjoy great views of the city. Funicular Railway to Petrin Hill is just opposite to tram stop Ujezd (trams 12, 22, 23) in Lesser Town. Railway runs in 10-15 min. intervals. From Petrin Hill you can take a walk to the Strahov Monastery. The monastery area includes the unique Strahov Library decorated with Baroque ceiling frescos.
Tour guide waits 30m away from the clock.
do I have to pre-book tour, excursion or river cruise? Yes (except our free tour), we strongly recommend making a booking especially for river cruises where seats are limited. Book online or call us on our freephone (+420) 800-870-888 or send us SMS (+420) 777-777-237. If you cancel your tour up to one hour before the tour starts, we have no cancellation charges.
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TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS
to experience the city fully, you have to see our top 10 attractions. But also don‘t neglect the side streets and courtyards, where prague is often at its most beguiling. nearly all sightseeing attractions are situated in the city centre and can be easily explored on foot.
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