Visit the amazing beauty of famous historical places in Prague and admire the fragrance of 12th-century
Grab the opportunity of knowing the glorified history of Prague and take the pleasure of undergoing a delightful walking session
Explore the historical destinations of the city such as Prague Castle, Golden Lane, Old Royal Palace, and many more
Observe the lifestyle and living habits of the local inhabitants of Prague with your family and friends
Activity Location: Malá Strana, 118 00 Prague 1, Czechia
Activity Duration: 2.5 hours
Starting Time: Depending on the variant you choose
Activity Days: Monday - Sunday
About the Prague Castle Tour with Local Guide:
Visit the famous Prague Castle one of the most iconic landmarks of the city and be amazed by its enchanting beauty. Know about the rich history and artistry of the castle complex including St. Vitus Cathedral, the Old Royal Palace, St. George's Basilica & the Golden Lane with an experienced guide. Marvel at the Gothic architecture while exploring St. Vitus Cathedral and admire the intricate Art Nouveau stained glass window created by famous Czech artist Alfons Mucha. Visit the Basilica of St. George and see 12th-century frescoes and the remains of St. Ludmila, a Czech saint and martyr. Gain a unique perspective on the working-class people of Prague with a visit to the reconstructed workshops and homes of Golden Lane. Book the Prague Castle Tour with Local Guide and explore the castle courtyards & historic monuments.
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Yes, you should book the Prague Castle tour in advance as it is a very popular attraction, and the tickets are mostly sold out due to the huge crowd on the same day. By booking the ticket in advance, you won't have to wait in long lines to get the physical tickets. If you book the Prague Castle tour in advance, you may also get great deals and discounts. By booking the tickets beforehand, you can plan your itinerary as you want and you won’t have to make any unnecessary changes in your schedule due to the unavailability of tickets on the desired date.
Yes, you can get a discount or special offer on booking a Prague Castle tour in advance, but this will depend upon the timing when you're booking the ticket and the offer available at that time. You're recommended to check the official website to find the best offers and deals. University and secondary school students under the age of 26 can get the Prague Castle tickets at discounted rates. Families having up to 5 children aged 16 and accompanied by up to 2 adults are eligible for the family admission prices.
Typically, the Prague Castle tour requires 5 to 6 hours, as it is a vast complex with numerous churches, gardens, palaces, and courtyards. Due to its sheer size and tons of things to see, it's better to have as much time at hand as possible. If you have decided to do a basic exploration of the famous sites of the castle, including the Old Royal Palace, St. Vitus Cathedral, and Golden Lane, you won't have to spend much time. But if you want to explore the castle in-depth, you may have to spend more time at the attraction.
During the Prague Castle tour, you should not miss out on the Lobkowicz Palace, which was built in the sixteenth century and houses exhibitions of famous paintings, award-winning wines, and exclusive merchandise sales galleries. Golden Lane and Dilobar Tower are also must-see sites with a rich history. During the tour, you should also check out the Old Royal Palace, admire the Saint George's Basilica, and stroll through the beautiful gardens. Don't forget to see the Saint Vitus Cathedral, which contains many historically significant objects.
Prague Castle is renowned for its breathtaking architecture and fascinating history. It is the world's largest castle complex that stands as a testament to Prague's architectural history. It is a vast complex of palaces, museums, churches, and gardens dating back to the ninth century. The castle symbolizes national identity, authority, and power and was also home to famous historical figures like Rudolf II, Charles IV, and Vaclav Havel. St. George's Basilica and Old Royal Palace are the prime attractions of the castle, where you can learn about Czech saints. St. Vitus Cathedral is also an impressive structure within the castle that was completed in six hundred years.
The opening hour is the best time to visit Prague Castle as the crowd is less, giving you the flexibility to explore the attraction peacefully. During the early morning hours, the weather is also very pleasant, and you can enjoy the attraction without worrying about the scorching heat. Due to the smaller crowd, you can click photos of the famous spots and spend some time at the desired attractions without any disturbance. If you want to avoid crowds and explore the attraction in peace, avoid visiting the castle during the weekends.
Yes, you can take photographs inside Prague Castle, but you must follow the rules and respect the privacy of others. Remember not to use flash while taking pictures as it can cause disturbance to the other tourists. You should also look for sign boards instructing you not to click pictures at a few spots. It is also recommended to check with the castle staff about photography restrictions in particular areas of the castle.
No, there is no dress code for visiting Prague Castle, but you're advised to wear casual clothes. Avoid wearing revealing clothes like short skirts, shorts, or backless dresses. Ensure that your clothes are comfortable as you will have to walk a lot inside the castle. You should also wear clothes according to the weather and the season when you're visiting the castle. Opt for layered clothing to adapt yourself to the changing weather conditions.
Yes, various festivals and events are held at Prague Castle, which can be attended by both tourists and locals. During winter, Christmas is celebrated at Prague Castle, and a Christmas market is organized in front of the St. George's Basilica. Summer Shakespeare Festival is also a popular event that is organized inside the castle. During Easter, you can attend Easter Mass at St. Vitus Cathedral. Prague Castle also hosts a craft beer festival, wherein the best drinks are showcased by microbreweries in the Royal Garden.
Yes, Prague Castle has a gift shop that sells various souvenirs such as clothing, books, postcards, and keychains. You can purchase souvenirs and mementos that reflect the beauty and charm of the castle from the store inside the complex. Although, you won't be able to make any bargain inside the gift store as the prices of all the items are usually fixed.
The customer receives a confirmation voucher via email within 1 business hours of successful booking.
In case the preferred slots are unavailable, an alternate schedule of the customer’s preference will be arranged and a new confirmation voucher will be sent via email.
Alternatively, the customer may choose to cancel their booking before confirmation and a full refund will be processed.
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