Your guide - Stepanka


  • Stepanka (STEFFI) Holesova
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3. Prague Castle and Lesser Town


Duration:3 - 4 hours
From - to:All the year round
  • 1 000 CZK / one hour / group (1-4 people)
  • 1 300 CZK / one hour / group (5-8 people)
  • 1 600 CZK / one hour / group (9-15 people)
  • Payment: Cash in CZK/EUR
  • If you order more then one tour - we agree a special price for you

Tour Program:

  • Prague Castle - one of the biggest castles in the world
  • Prague Castle - Residence of the Kings of Bohemia from the late 9. century and the seat of the Presindents of the country since 1918
  • I. Forecourt - was created in the style of Viennese Neo-Classicism in the 2nd half of the 18th cent. Matthias Gateway 1614 - the entrance to the reception rooms of the President of the Republic
  • II. Courtyard - dates from the 2nd half of the 16th cent.
    Spanish Hall
    Holly Rood Chapel
  • III. Courtyard - The historic centre of the Castle. Below the pavement are parts of the original 9th cent. buildings
  • Entrance to the Cancellery of the President of the Republic
  • St Vitus´s Cathedral - the Gothic cathedral is the main church in town. It is the last resting place of the Kings of Bohemia and of saints , Charles IV, Rudolph II, St Vitus and St John of Nepomuk, and others. The St Wenceslass Chapel by Peter Parler is a culminating work of Czech Gothic art. It covers the tomb of St Wenceslas.
  • Royal Palace - Vladislav Hall - it was the largest secular hall in medieval Prague
  • Bohemian Chancellery - from its windows representatives of the Austrian government in Prague were thrown out which is known as the Prague defenestration
  • St. George´s Square
  • Institute of Noblewomen
  • The Golden Lane - the romantic little street is lined with tiny 16th cent. Houses built in to the fortifications
  • The Garden of the Prague Castle
  • St Nicolas Church - the most importatnt Baroque building in town
  • Charles Bridge - the bridge was founded by Emperor Charles IV and was designed by Peter Parler, the King´s Master of Works. Building construction began in 1357 and continued to the early 15th cent.