Prague City Walking Tour 3-in-1

Duration: 2.5 Hours

Location: Old Town, Jewish Quarter, New Town, Lesser Town, Castle

General Admission


This is the General Admission price. If you're over 70 or with kids under 15? then contact me for a discount code.

The Prague City Walking Tour explores 3 different areas, the Old Town, the New Town and the Lesser Town plus Prague Castle public areas.

  • Native English (British) guide so no language issues.
  • Scheduled tours are limited to 6 places so no huge crowds following an umbrella.
  • This tour includes where the Velvet Revolution began, it's origins and it's impact. All the main features of Prague Castle.
  • For somebody who wants a quick look at the 3 most popular parts of the city plus the Castle. Think of it as an introduction.
  • This is also the David Cerny tour so if you like fun modern art sculptures and crazy stories then this is for you.

The Prague City Walking Tour usually meets at the Kinsky Palace on the Old Town Square. From there we’ll squeeze in the following:

  • It’s a short walk starting on the Old Town Square and walking to the real start of the tour at Bethlehem Square so you’ll learn many things about the Old Town as we stroll through it.
  • You’ll see where hidden messages will silently appear.
  • Learn about what it was like to be arrested by the security services and what happened next.
  • We’ll see a  special place where a church and a wall have saved each other.
  • In the New Town we’ll start learning about David Černy (pronounced David Cherny), his stories and his art including the Hanging Man, Upside Down Horse, Kafka’s Head, Brown-nosing, Babies and the Pissing Men.
  • We cross the river into the Lesser Town to finish with David Černy, enjoy the Kampa area and learn about the 2002 flood.
  • We’ll take in the Wallenstein Garden (Summer tour only).
  • Finally we’ll explore Prague Castle public areas. We don’t go into the historic buildings but I’ll give you the best tips for enjoying a longer visit. Note that the South Gardens are visited only in the Summer Season.

Please note that this tour does NOT include the Jewish Quarter. For that please take a look at the Old Town and Jewish Quarter tour. It’s rare but note that the Castle may be closed to the public at short notice due to reasons of security for visiting politicians and/or unforeseen circumstances. I adapt the tour as necessary in this case.

History and Art Combine for your Entertainment

Old Town

A quick look at the Old Town Square followed by exploring the New Town, Lesser Town and Prague Castle. Stunning architecture and stories to challenge your view of the city.

New Town

See the eclectic nature of the New Town where 18th Century lives alongside 21st Century. Beautiful passageways and gardens. The commercial heart of the city.

Lesser Town

We cross the river into one of the oldest parts of Prague. This includes the beautiful riverside "Kampa" area. Learn about the flood of 2002 and it's impact.

Prague Castle

The iconic and historic Prague Castle where you'll learn the history of the complex, strange tales and amusing stories. Lots of tips for exploring further.

First head to the Old Town Square. On one side of the square is a large "light orange" coloured building with two archway entries and the sign "Narodni Galerie" on the balcony. As you face that building I wait next to the entry on the right. If it's very hot or raining then I will be just inside the doorway on the right as you face the building.

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Do I get a Confirmation?

Yes, after booking you’ll receive an email from livingprague which will contain confirmation of the booked tour plus specific meeting point details including address, map, photos and directions. You’ll have my email address and phone number as well.

Where do we meet you?

After making a booking you will receive an email confirmation. This will contain the meeting point details specific to that tour including address, map and photos. We will be at the meeting point before the start time. If you have trouble finding the meeting point or expect to be late then you will have the local telephone number for the guide.

You will recognise the guide either by the photo sent in the confirmation email, reminder email or “LivingPragueTours” photo ID being worn by the guide.

What should I bring with me?

As well as your phone/camera, you should bring with you a bottle of water. In hot weather or if there is a chance of rain then a compact umbrella. When it’s really hot, we recommend an application of sunscreen on exposed parts of the body, cap/hat and a lightweight pair of sunglasses. In a Prague winter (Nov-Feb) consider thermal leggings or at least thermal socks/gloves and a hat which covers the ears.

Remember that if you do not have a data connection you may not be able to access email so consider printing the directions to the meeting point.

Is there a minimum number of people required?

No. Even if only one person has booked a tour, scheduled or private, it will still be run.

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"We've been on a number of tours in great European cities, but this was the most intimate one we've ever had the chance to do. We did the 3-in-1 version, and Jason's enthusiasm for the city of Prague meant that by the time we finished we were almost considering moving there".

Alan B. UK, Trip Advisor Review

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