3-hour Prague Private City Tour

This 3-hour private tour will introduce you to Prague's top attractions and walk you through the history of the Bohemian capital. Your expert private tour guide will take you to must-see spots such as the Charles Bridge and Prague Castle, as well as other striking sights such as the Old New Synagogue and Wenceslas Square.

Discover Prague, a timeless Central European delight

Prague - or ‘Praha,’ as it is known to locals - lies nestled in the Bohemian heartland. As popular for its charming Romanesque architecture as it is for its notoriously cheap, quality pilsner, the city is widely lauded as the ideal destination for a relaxing European city break. Steeped in history and easily navigable on foot, the Czech capital provides the perfect backdrop for a more extensive 3-hour private tour, which will allow you to explore the Old and New Towns as well as the city’s Jewish Quarter.

Beginning at the Old Town Square, this extended version will allow you to cover the Astronomical Clock, the Charles Bridge and Prague Castle, as well as the Old Town and Jewish Quarter.

Your expert local guide will lead you to lesser-known gems such as the House of the Black Madonna, the Old New Synagogue and the Art Nouveau Municipal House, and will recount some of the most fascinating stories of the Czech resistance and its struggle against Nazi occupation.

Of course, if you would prefer an adjusted itinerary you are more than welcome to reach out to us in advance, and we will do our best to accommodate your requests.

Additional Information

Start point
Starts at the Old Town Square in front of the Cartier shop and Czech tourism office centre


  • Old Town Square & Astronomical Clock
  • View of Charles Bridge
  • House of the Black Madonna & Museum of Cubism
  • Church of Our Lady before Týn
  • View of Prague Castle
  • Old New Synagogue & the Golem
  • Art Nouveau Municipal House
  • St. Nicolas' Church
  • Old Jewish Quarter
  • Wenceslas Square
  • WWII – Prague Uprising
  • Statue of Jan Hus
  • Powder Tower
  • Rudolfinum – Czech Philharmonic