There are very many reasons to visit Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic. Apart from its famous draught beer, you can enjoy a guided Prague Bus Tour of the city, with arranged pick-up and drop-off from your hotel. At a very affordable rate, you can enjoy a mixture of both historic and modern parts of Prague such as the fashion arena Prague outlet where you can shop till you drop from over 200 store outlets and at discounted prices.
According to your liking, Prague Bus Tours can run from 2 short hours to 7 hours in an air-conditioned bus and accompanied by a professional tour guide. Water is provided during the tour and there are available ports to charge your mobile phones and WI-FI access.
The Ultimate Prague Tour is the most famous historic tour as you get to see Prague’s jewel such as the Prague Castle, a significant monument in Prague and according to the Guinness book of world record, one of the largest castles in the world with different styles of architecture such as the Romanesque-style building dating back to the 10th century.
You can also enjoy the view of the city from the observation deck of The Old Town square which features the main church of the city known as the Church of Our Lady Before Tyn. Present too is the Old Town Hall and the majestic Medieval Astronomical Clock.
If you more inclined to nature, parks, and gardens, then you will enjoy a Prague Bus Tour to the Botanical garden of the Natural Sciences and for a bit of the wild, with a trip to the Prague’s Crocodile Zoo where you will see caimans and alligators too.
In only 3 hours, you can enjoy a Prague Highlight Tour of the national museum, National Theater, the unique Charles Bridge which is a 14th century stone bridge that links the two sides of Prague, and the Dancing House, also known as “Fred and Ginger” that resembles two people dancing was built in 1996.
Enjoy a typical 3 hour Czech Folklore Evening with traditional Czech cuisine and entertainment provided by a dulcimer band.
Prague is a breathtaking city and the weather is favorable throughout the year and there is a lot to see and experience in culture, history, and architecture.
Be sure to take a trip of the Jewish Quarter, which is an important part of Prague’s history that dates back to the 13th century. This enlightening tour of the quarter will take you to six of the best-preserved synagogues, including the most impressive Old Jewish Cemetery. All these monuments form what is called the Jewish Museum in Prague.
Prague also comes alive at night. With a guided tour you can experience its nightlife in the various clubs and restaurants such as the famous Duplex Restaurant and Club that sits right in the middle of Wenceslas Square in Prague.
To have a better understanding of the history of Prague, book a bus tour today, which will be an experience of a lifetime.