City Sightseeing Prague
Discover all the great things to do and see in Prague with City Sightseeing
Prices from £16.50 for adults and £8.50 for children
Discover Prague on an open top bus tour of this beautiful city
Explore Old town, the heart of Prague, with its well preserved13th century houses and churches. Here, you’ll find the Old Town Hall, the Municipal House and the Estates Theatre. The Old Town Square is home to the famous Astronomical Clock which draws onlookers who gather to observe the skeleton ringing the bell and the other figurines which appear. When the bell chimes the hour, a trumpeter sounds a fanfare from the top of the tower. Hop off and see The Metronome monument, which is situated where the Stalin memorial statue once stood, and enjoy stunning views of the city.
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For upmarket shopping, stroll along Paris Street which is lined with shops selling designer wares, houses and trees. Vltava River is the longest river in the Czech Republic and runs through the centre of Prague. Numerous impressive bridges cross it, many of which are lined with embellishments. Take the bus tour to Lesser Town and marvel at the magnificent St. Nicholas Church which stands in the centre of the square. Surrounding the church are restaurants, charming pubs and shops and a multitude of international embassies housed in Baroque buildings.
Let City Sightseeing highlight all the attractions Prague has to offer
Petrin Hill is home to the Lookout Tower, a mini version of the Eiffel Tower, which dominates the skyline. The tower was built for the Prague Exposition in 1891. Climb the 299 for fantastic views of the city. Admire the remarkable architecture of Frank Ghery's Dancing House which is also known as the “Fred & Ginger” house. Hop off the bus tour at St. Charles’ Square which was originally built as a Cattle Market and is one of the largest medieval squares in Europe. It’s most notable landmarks are the New Town Hall where Prague's first defenestration took place in 1419, and the 15th Century Baroque Jesuit Church of Saint Ignatius. Spend time in the central portion of the square which is now parkland. Prague is also famous for its nightlife so you won’t be short of restaurants, bars and pubs to keep you entertained in the evening.