Tour information

City of a Hundred Spires, Mother of Cities, Golden City – PRAGUE’s past is filled with humor, history and a cast of characters – from kings, queens, and castles to the fall of communism. You can snap photos of the incredible buildings and monuments that have stood the test of time while our educated and entertaining guides tell you all the inside stories you won’t find in your average history book. Let us take you on a journey through the history, hop on our "time machine" and learn about the "Czech Napoleon" Jan Žižka and the horror of the Religious Wars, about the Golden Age during the rule of Charles IV., freaky Habsburg kings like Rudolf II., National Revival, both World Wars and finally the Velvet Revolution.

This tour includes:

Wenceslas Square - National Museum - Old Town Square - Astronomical Clock - Charles University - Mozart Theater - Cubism - House of the Black Madonna - Powder Tower - The Golden Route - Art Nouveau Municipal House - Týn Church - St Nicholas Church - Old Town Hall - Old Jewish District - Franz Kafka - Golem - Old New Synagogue - Old Jewish Cementery - Rudolfinum

Our Guides

    FREETOUR.com Traveler Reviews

  • “Best way to start your Prague holiday”
      Reviewed on January 06, 2017

    This tour is brilliant. Kamil was a fantastic guide and he made the walk so interesting and funny. It was so good that we booked for the castle tour with him the same day. I would definitely recommend to my friends.

  • “Prague Free Walking Tour”
      Reviewed on January 03, 2017

    Our guide on free walking tour of Prague was Valery, who made the experience very interesting, infromative and enjoyable. I would recommend the tour to all first-time visitors of Prague.

  • “Very nice tour”
      Reviewed on January 03, 2017

    I really the tours we did. The guide was very knowledgeable and informative.

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Meeting point

Na Příkopě 14

On arrival

Our meeting point is situated in Na Příkopě street which you can access either from the bottom part of Václavské náměstí (Wenceslas Square) or Náměstí Republiky (Republic Square). Look for our Free Walking Tour booth that is situated in front of the Hamleys Toy Store. The nearest metro station is Mústek.

Things to note

Look for Good Prague Tour guides with green umbrellas.