Enjoy Prague Sightseeing Tours Near the Hilton Prague Hotel
Prague sightseeing tours
Our Prague sightseeing tours will take you throughout the city to the most popular sites and locations. Take a tour by boat and cruise the Vitava River as you observe Prague from a different point of view.
Prague sightseeing tours of the Jewish Quarter will take you through Europe’s best-preserved complex of Jewish historical buildings, where Franz Kafka’s house is located. One of the largest castles in the world, Prague Castle is home to galleries, exhibits, and one of the world’s largest toy museums. Architecture lovers should not miss the famous Gothic St. Vitus Cathedral, and while you’re there, take a stroll along the picturesque Golden Lane.
At Old Town Square, you’ll find many different examples of architecture from Gothic to Baroque. This historic location features the world-famous medieval Astronomical Clock with its figures of the Apostles emerging at the top of the hour. St. Nicholas’s Church, constructed in the Baroque style, is found in this open space, a popular gathering place for tourists and locals alike.
At the top of Petrin Hill, you’ll find Petrin Tower, a small replica of the Eiffel Tower, where you’ll find stunning views of Prague. More Prague tourist attractions include the Prague Zoo and Botanical Gardens. The Art Nouveau Municipal House hosts concerts and artist exhibitions. Plan to attend the opera, enjoy a marionette performance, or experience the unique Czech Black Light Theatre, where stories are told through mime and light.
Why not explore beyond Prague? Enjoy a day trip to some of the beautiful nearby towns, such as the famous spa Karlovy Vary, historically famous for its hot springs. Karlovy Vary is the home of glass manufacturer Moser Glass and the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.
Take one of the memorable Prague sightseeing tours to the Bohemian region of the Czech Republic, where the picturesque medieval town of Cesky Krumlov offers opportunities to learn about the past and explore architecturally significant structures, including the Church of St. Vitus, built in the Gothic style. Visit Cesky Krumlov Castle, the second largest castle in Prague. Stop in for a pint at Pivovar Eggenberg brewery and enjoy the beauty of the city, which has been used as a film location for the movies The Illusionist and Hostel, as well as the 1970s German movie Traumstadt.
A range of out-of-Prague and Prague sightseeing tours, taking you to the most picturesque locations, are available. Either can be arranged through the SIXT office. For sightseeing tours, visit http://www.e-sixt.cz/ or call 224 842 201.