Guide with good knowledge of Prague. Easy access by the Karl’s bridge. Don’t mind the weather as you sit under a rooftop. We were served a nice cup of mulled wine.
See some of Prague’s notable waterside sights from a wooden boat on the Vltava River. Glide past the Charles Bridge and take in views of Prague Castle perched over the city. Cruise down the narrow canals of Prague’s “little Venice” and learn all about its history from an onboard guide or audio commentary.
Arrive at the starting point for a 45-minute Vltava cruise in central Prague. Board a wooden riverboat and find a comfortable seat in the covered cabin. Take in the views from the picture windows on the boat.
As you cruise along the river, snap photos of Charles Bridge and see the remains of the 12th-century Judith Bridge. Admire the view of Prague Castle and spot the Rudolfinum.
Glide into Certovka Canal, Prague’s “little Venice” and navigate canals and low bridges. Observe baroque townhouses, churches, and old wooden mills. Learn about the history from a guide or audio commentary.
At the conclusion, return to your departure point.
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Bought tickets before hand. Everything was relatively straight forward and easy to find. It was well themed, men and women in sailor costumes and the boats were looked almost vintage. We were provided a drink of choice (Tea, Coffee, Beer, Lemonade or water) and a...More
Dear Robbie, Thank you very much for your feedback. We are happy to hear that you liked the cruise. We wish you nice summer days Sincerely Team of Gray Line Czech republic
The tour was 50 minutes long but it covers very little distance. It is essentially a few hundred yards on each side of the Charles Bridge. You get a free drink that might be a 1/2 pint. On the plus side, you do get so...More
Had been to Prague before but opted to do this again and was just as good second time around was with group of 5 females. Staff all pleasant and give you a small courtesy drink and an ice cream. Commentary is reasonably informative with some...More
The first thing you notice about the staff on this trip is they are all dressed in white sailors uniforms. This nice little trip starts under the Charles Bridge in an old tunnel and takes in all the sights including a small canal. We were...More