The Prague tour

Gallery of all major European architectural styles, spanning a thousand years of history.

Prague Castle

Prague Castle

the visual dominant of Prague, the seat of power of Czech Kings, it is an architectural gallery as spanning all major historical architectural styles of the past thousand years.

St. Nicholas, Lesser Side

St. Nicholas, Lesser Side

"The most impressive example of Prague Baroque" and "without doubt the greatest Baroque church in Prague".

Charles bridge

Charles bridge

The Gothic Charles Bridge is the most famous bridge that crosses the Vltava river in Prague, with a splendid view of the Prague castle, by night it competes for position of the most romantic spot in Prague.

The Spanish synagogues

The Spanish synagogues

A Moorish Revival synagogue built in Prague in 1868.The synagogue is most remarkable for the elaborate style of the interior, every surface is covered by elaborate Islamic-style polychrome and gilded patterns, some painted and some carved or molded.

St. Nicholas , Old Town square

St. Nicholas , Old Town square

St. Nicholas is a Baroque church on the Old Town square know for its rich interior decor

The Astronomical Clock

The Astronomical Clock

Prague’s Old Town Square is a gallery of various architectural styles including the gothic Astronomical ClockTýn Church and baroque St. Nicholas Church and the square is an oasis for travelers wearied by Prague’s narrow streets. Tourists will not be able to miss the square’s world-famous attraction – the Astronomical Clock.

The Municipal House

The Municipal House

(Obecní dům) is a prime example of Art Nouveau architecture in Prague, located next to the Powder Gate, a former entrance gate into the historical old town of Prague, and the very beginning of the Royal Coronation route.

The Architectural tour of Prague

The Architectural tour of Prague covers the historical center, including parts of the Old town, Jewish Quarters, Charles Bridge, Lesser side and Prague castle.

The tour usually includes an average of 5 people and at the maximum 10 people. The entire tour is on level cobble stone pavement where appropriate footwear is recommended. Also there is the possibility of a restroom stop or coffee break at anytime along the tour.

The pace of the tour is slow and since we mostly do small groups, we always take into consideration the walking abilities of all participants. Suitable for mature walkers, or families with children. When going to the castle you has the more comfortable option of taking a 4 stop tram up the hill from the lesser side to the Castle, so that the tour walks down difficulties.

Meeting point

Obecní dům
náměstí Republiky 5
111 21 Praha 1
Česká republika

GPS: 50.087603, 14.428144