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Prague Activities

Explore Eastern Europe's most popular and wildes city with one of our acitivites. Get your spot for a Prague Castle tour, bar crawl and more! Book now and have your spot guaranteed.

Prague Castle Tour

Prague Castle dominates both the skyline and the history of the Czech capital like no other building. The world’s largest medieval castle has towered over the city since the 9th century and continues to awe and inspire today. The Castle, Pražský hrad, is a world unto itself with dozens of hidden corners and surprises. The remarkably harmonious ensemble of contrasting styles is the product of generations of gifted architects, culminating in the 20th century with the forgotten genius of Jože Plečnik. Our guides bring to life the legendary court of Rudolf II, the nightmares of Kafka and the very real struggles of the Velvet Revolution. We explore Malá Strana, dotted with the former palaces of the nobility and wander beyond the castle gates through picturesque Hradčany to show you the best views of the city. This 3-hour walking tour finishes in the Prague Castle gardens, overlooking the Old Town. A 24 CZK transportation ticket is required for this tour. *Average tour length. The independent guides with whom we work have your best interests in mind; while the tour usually includes the sites and stories above and lasts this long, your tour may vary depending on what your guide thinks is best for your group! Take advantage of our group discount of 10% for groups of 10 or more!

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Czech Pub & Pivo Experience

Enjoy some of the world’s best beer and classic Czech hospitality! Prague is a must for beer-lovers.  On October 5th 1842 ‘Pilsner’ was born and the world of beer was revolutionized but the Czechs’ love for the good life has a much longer history. Some of the world’s best beers are brewed and more importantly enjoyed by the Czechs and the millions who flock to Prague’s historic bars, pubs and beer halls.  Discover the best kept secrets of the national drink: how Czech beer is made, what makes it the best in the world and why the Czechs drink more than anyone else! We will show you four authentic Czech pubs, each specializing in a different Czech beer and explain Czech drinking traditions so you can enjoy the real Czech lifestyle like a local - Na zdraví! Enjoy an evening with new friends relaxing in some of Prague’s best taverns with some of the world’s best beer and classic Czech hospitality. Soak up the unique atmosphere and if, after four hours, you’re still standing firm, you’ll be awarded your own individualized membership card to help you remember your success! You must be 18+ to enjoy this night out so please bring valid Photo I.D. SANDEMANs NEW Europe Tours supports the responsible enjoyment of alcoholic beverages. Large groups may, in some cases, be asked to leave a security deposit.  Take advantage of our group discount of 10% for groups of 10 or more!

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Clock Tower Bar Crawl

"The Clock Tower Bar Crawl" Prague Pub Crawl provides legendary dynamism, great conversation, the chance to meet new friends - local Praguers or fellow travellers - over a beer or (doin' your thang!) on the dance floor. Get your groove on and get ready for an evening you won't soon forget with "the Clock Tower Bar Crawl" Prague Bar & Club Crawl!  

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Day trip to Kutná Hora

The macabre sight of Kutná Hora’s bone chapel draws visitors from all over the world. Just one hour outside of Prague lies this gem of Bohemian history, home to much more than pyramids of skulls and bones. It was the economic powerhouse of the Kingdom of Bohemia and played a crucial role in the 15th century Hussite Wars. Today Kutná Hora is one of the most popular destinations in the Czech Republic because of its amazing collection of historic buildings, including the ghoulish Sedlec Ossuary, the Gothic masterpiece of St. Barbara’s Church and the splendour of the Italian Court. Kutná Hora’s rich heritage was born in the days when the city competed with Prague both economically and culturally, becoming the favourite residence of several Bohemian kings. How did it gain such a status? Kutná Hora produced a third of Europe’s silver, and created the ‘Prague Groschen’ – the hard currency of Central Europe at that time. We use private buses for transport from Prague to Kutná Hora. For this reason, it is required to book in advance to secure your place. Please allow about 7 to 8 hours for this trip. Ticket price includes all transport and entry into St. Barbara’s Church and the Sedlec Ossuary.

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