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Prague hop on hop off bus tours are one of the best to travel around the city:
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Discounted tickets: Infants aged 2 and under can go for free. Children aged 3-10 enjoy reduced price tickets
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Discounted tickets: Ages 2yrs and below go free. Ages 3-15yrs enjoy reduced pricing
Prague Sightseeing Tour
There is one route with 4 stops.
The route begins from Downtown, from where you can visit attractions like the State Opera, Jindrisska Tower, and New Town Hall.
The bus then heads to Charles Bridge, where you can see the Lesser Town Square, Charles Bridge, Church of St. Nicholas, and more.
The third stop is near Prague Castle and here you can see Jelení Street, Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral, Clash of the Titans Gate, and more.
The last stop is near Hilton, and you can see Karlín Musical Theatre, Main Point Karlín, Florenc Bus Terminal, and more.
You can also upgrade your ticket to include a relaxing cruise on the Vltava, the longest river in the country.Download Map
City Sightseeing has two routes with a total of 14 stops
The Red Route begins at Na Florenci Street and has 10 stops. These include Hilton Hotel, Prague Castle, Strahov Monastery, Strahov Stadium, Kampa Island, and Dancing House.
The route operates between 9:30 AM to 3:45 PM, and a full loop takes 1.5 hours.
The Blue Route starts at Old Town Square and has a total of 6 stops. Popular stops are Malá Strana, St. Nicholas Church and Kampa Island. You can also visit attractions like the Astronomical Clock and Charles Bridge.
The route operates between 9:30 AM to 4 PM, and a full loop takes 50 minutes.
The 1 hour River Cruise along Prague's River Vltava departs from the pier.Download Map
Originally built in the 9th century, Prague Castle is one of the largest anceint castles and was the seat of power for kings of Bohemia. Today it is the official office of the President of the Czech Republic.
The Gothic St. Vitus Cathedral is located within Prague Castle. Sitting at 124 m high, it is the country’s largest and most important church. It is also where many Bohemian kings were buried.
Built across the Vltava River in the 15th century by King Charles IV, it connects the Castle to the Old Town. There are three bridge towers, two in the Lesser Quarter, and the Old Town Bridge Tower.
Vyšehrad is a historic fort located on the east bank of the Vltava River. Dating back to the 10th century, here you can find the Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul, the Vyšehrad Cemetery, and the Rotunda of St. Martin.
Located in Prague’s Old Town Square this medieval astronomical clock (also called Prague Orloj) was first installed in 1410. This makes it the oldest clock still in operation.
The 18th century Church of Saint Nicholas is a Baroque church located in Prague’s the Lesser Town. It is egarded one of the greatest examples of Prague Baroque.
Strahov Monastery was founded in 1143. Her you can visit the Basilica of the Assumption of Our Lady, as well as many stunningly built halls and libraries like the Theological Hall and Philosophical Hall.
The Petřín Lookout Tower was built in 1891 as an observation and transmission tower. Standing at 63.5 metres tall on Petřín Hill, this steel structure resembles the Eiffel Tower.
The Klementinum is a historic complex of buildings that houses the National Library of the Czech Republic. In particular, the Baroque library hall is known for its beautiful interior.
Prague’s Jewish Quarter is home to a number of historic synagogues and cultural museums. Also here is the Old Jewish Cemetery, which is one of the largest of its kind in Europe.
This is one of the largest city squares in Prague’s New Town. It is named after Saint Wenceslas, the patron saint of Bohemia. Many celebrations and demonstrations are held here.
Located to one end of Wenceslas Square, this museum was founded in 1818 and houses over 14 million items related to natural history, history, arts, music and more.
This is a historic square in the Old Town quarter of Prague. Located between Wenceslas Square and Charles Bridge, here you can find the old town hall, the medieval astronomical clock, the Czech National Gallery, and more.
The 15th century Powder Tower (also called Powder Gate) was one of the original city gates. It was used to store gunpowder in the 17th century, and separates the Old Town from the New Town.
National Gallery Prague was founded in 1796 and houses the largest collection of art in the Czech Republic. It is located inside Kinský Palace on Old Town Square, with colleation at many other locations across the city.
The Dancing House is the nickname given to the Nationale-Nederlanden building. Built in the 1990s, it is said to represent famous Hollywood dancers Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
A. Yes, Prague has a hop-on hop-off bus tour.
A. You can buy Prague hop-on hop-off tickets online.
A. Yes, you can avail Prague hop-on hop-off tickets online.
A. Hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus tour ticket prices start from €23.
A. Hop-on hop-off buses in Prague allow you to get on and leave the bus at any of the designated stops to see the major city landmarks whenever you want.
A. Prague hop-on hop-off buses run between 10 AM to 6 PM and arrive at a frequency of 15 minutes.
A. Yes, there are audio guides available for adults in over 14 languages on the Prague hop-on hop-off bus tours. Audio guides for children are available in English and Spanish.
A. Yes, Prague’s hop-on hop-off bus tours are accessible to wheelchair users.