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Prague Old Town & Josefov
Prague Old Town & Josefov
Prague Old Town & Josefov

Prague Old Town & Josefov

Next tour starts on:

Monday, 26th February - 10:30

Future Scheduled Dates

Mon26th February14:00
Tue27th February10:30
Tue27th February14:00
Wed28th February10:30
Wed28th February14:00

Language

English

Duration

2 hours 30 minutes

Price

You decide

Meeting Point

By the Powder Gate at Republic Square (different for Spanish).

By the Powder Gate at Republic Square (different for Spanish).

Description

///This is a description of a free tour in English. Tours in Spanish have different meeting points and times. If you are interested in a Spanish tour, please go to Schedule and switch languages///

Join us for a 2.5-hour walk in the legendary Old Town of Prague.

Meet us by the Powder Tower, the historical gate to the Old Town and starting point of the Royal Route.

Then have a relaxing walk through the narrow and picturesque streets of the historical center of Prague. Enjoy the unique diversity of architectural styles from Gothic to Art Nouveau. See some of the most interesting sites and get to know fascinating facts and legends of the 1000-year old capital of Bohemia with a brief introduction to the Jewish Quarter.

End the tour close to the Charles Bridge, where starts our second daily tour Charles Bridge & Prague Castle.

Offer Highlights

- Hear about the most important facts in the history of Bohemia

- Discover numerous local legends

- Visit the most important sights of Prague Old Town

- Admire breath-taking architecture

What's the plan?
Republic Square Introduction to the Old Town
Celetna Cubist House of the Black Madonna
Mala Stupartska Basilica of St James
Ungelt Renaissance Ungelt Yard
Tyn Church Church of Our Lady Before Tyn
Old Town Square Architecture of Prague's most famous square
Old Town Square Old Town Hall & Astronomical Clock
Jewish Quarter Introduction to the Jewish Quarter
Jewish Quarter Old-New Synagogue and more
Rudolfinum Seat of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
Final stop 5 minutes to Charles Bridge next to Rudolfinum
Frequently Asked Questions

 

Where does the free tour start in Prague?

Each of our tours has a different meeting point. For the free tour of Prague Old Town in English we meet by the Powder Gate at Republic Square. Our guides can be recognized by a big green umbrella and an ID Free Walking Tour Prague. Spanish tours have different meeting points and times.

Is it feasible to do your free Prague Old Town tour in the morning and continue with the free tour of Charles Bridge & Prague Castle the same day?

Yes*, the tours are planned in a way that makes it possible to do both on the same day with a lunch break in between. The final stop of the Old Town tour is just 5-8 minutes away on foot from Charles Bridge where starts the second tour. If you have more time in Prague, one tour per day is of course less tiring, but if you want to see everything in one day, join us!

*This concerns our summer schedule - in the colder months we might have different tours scheduled in the afternoon. Please refer to our latest availability.

Do I really have to make a booking for a free tour in Prague? I have been on some other free city tours in Europe and the reservation was not required.

The concept of free walking tours has recently become very popular in Prague and we have started to receive so many guests that it was impossible to guarantee a great experience without a booking system. The reservation guarantees your spot when the demand is very high.

Is your free tour around the Old Town physically challenging? Can I come on a wheel chair?

The distance is relatively short and the Old Town is almost completely flat. We believe it is suitable for guests with disabilities and more mature guests. Just be prepared that the tour involves not only walking from one place to another but also a lot of standing and listening to our guides sharing their stories about Prague.

How should I prepare myself for the walking tour?

Apart from comfortable shoes we recommend taking a bottle of water, a hat and sunglasses in summer and a double layer of socks, a scarf and a beanie in winter. If the weather is uncertain, you should definitely also take an umbrella.