Come on a journey into the past and discover the secrets of the Oldtown, its fascinating history & the places hidden below the ground.
You will get the chance to see romanesque and gothic underground areas from 12th & 13th century. You will learn interesting facts about the medieval and modern history of the Prague.
Hear about the rebellions, defenestrations, executions and the most devastating floods to hit Europe.
You will hear the dark history of Prague's most well known monument, the astronomical clock and the town hall. You will get to step inside the secret alchemyst laboratory and see how they made some of the medicines and poisons to cure and harm. All this and last but not least the dungeons and medieval torture rooms used for some of the most horrific acts throughout the bleakest years of the city.
Duration: 1 hour
When: Daily at 1100, 1300, 1500, 1700
The beautiful city of Prague is home to several historical sights. Guided bus tours are available for those who wish to go sightseeing in Prague. During the tours, travelers are able to hop on and off the bus to walk around and soak in the rich history of the area.
Both our red and blue line routes have built in guided audio telling tales of the city as we whisk you around Prague's historical hot spots. We have seven languages available on the buses as well as a staff member on board to assist you with any questions or queries you may have.
The Purple line takes you to those places a little further from the centre such as Vysehrad castle, Vinohrady and Zizkov. These areas boast an array of wonderful historic sights such as the Church of St Ludmila at Namesti Miru or the Basilica of St Peter and St Paul at Vysehrad. As well as this you can hop off at the Zizkov TV tower and take in one of the most controversial looking structures in Prague. You can head up the tower or simply stroll around Prague's hippest district of Zizkov and find a cool cafe to soak in some of the city like a true local.
The voucher is valid on all buses and can be used throughout your selected period of time. The red line, with the option of open top, takes you to those hard to reach places in the city by foot such as The Castle, Strahov Stadium and Strahov monastery. On the red line you can choose to hop off at any of these points, where we have designated City sightseeing Bus stops and timetables so you can plan your return easily or head on to the next point of interest.
The Blue line is a route that really penetrates the heart of the city and whisks you through the Old Town and historical centre. We have inner city buses which will allow you to hear stories of the more central iconic landmarks such as The Rudolfinum, The Jewish quarters and St Nikolas Church. Our buses are air conditioned for your comfort and you can also choose to hop off at any of the stops to see a point of interest or change to our red line. We have recently updated our audio stories on the bus so feel free to sample our latest edition.