What used to be a party town is now a beautiful tourist destination packed with museums and art galleries. Prague is one of the most artistic cities in the Czech capital that you can go to.
Aside from the cobblestone paths, flower-filled gardens, and awe-inspiring architecture, Prague is filled with various tourist attractions for you to see. Here are some of the must-try tour packages when you visit Prague.
PERSONALIZED TRIKE TOUR
Trike touring around Prague is a faster way to see its beauty. The Trike Tour usually lasts for three hours covering the Old Town and Lesser Town areas, which can be tailored around the main tourist attractions that interest you most.
Booking a dinner course in Prague is another way to enjoy the night view while satisfying your stomach with delicious cuisines in a buffet dinner. The dinner cruise lasts for three hours and will start at Vlata River through the city center. This is a great opportunity to see major monuments all lit up during the night and enjoy the river view. A lot of tourists celebrating special occasions like anniversaries and birthdays would choose this package because of how romantic and endearing the experience can be.
If you want to experience old, rustic vibe of Prague, make sure you try the Medieval Dinner that comes with full five courses and unlimited drinks. Don’t underestimate this amazing tour package that will ultimately satisfy your hungry stomach with six mouthwatering menus to choose from. There are options for people who prefer vegan and gluten-free food.
1.5 HOUR CREEPY WALKING TOUR
Join the legendary and unique walk tour around Prague’s creepiest alleys. This tour is really scary but fun at the same time. This is also a great opportunity to learn about some horror stories in Prague and macabre myths. Expect your tour guide to be sharing stories as you stride through the scary paths in Prague.
PRAGUE FREE TOUR
The last but the least on our list is the Prague Free Tour. Yes, that is right! You can tour Prague for free. This free walking tour will take you around the Old Town, then to Wenceslas Square, and Jewish Quarter. This is actually the best way to lavish and get the feel of Prague’s culture and colorful buildings if you are a first-timer.
If you are more than satisfied with the tour, you have the option to pay the tour guide but it is not required. However, there are a lot of kind-hearted tourists who would volunteer to give something for the tourist to buy snacks. After all, sharing is caring.