If you’re planning a trip to Prague, don’t miss out on the opportunity to explore the city like a local. Join our guided tour package to Prague from Dubai and discover the hidden gems that make this historic city so special. From charming cafes to iconic landmarks, there’s something for everyone on a Prague tour.
Prague, the Czech Republic’s capital, is a city on the banks of the Vltava River that has been the cultural and commercial centre of Central Europe for centuries. Experience Prague, one of the top European cities, with our tour package, which includes the choice of strolling through the small streets or going by private vehicle. During this 5-day tour, explore the city’s main attractions that attract you, such as Lesser Town, Old Town, Charles Bridge, Jewish Quarter, and many other attractions.
AED 3590.00 per adult on Double sharing basis
AED 3550.00 per adult on Triple sharing basis
AED 2990.00 Per child on sharing basis
AED 3390.00 Per child with bed
AED 4890.00 Per adult on Single sharing basis
AED 990.00 Per Infant
|Departure Date||Adult||Single||Child (6 - 11yr)||Child (2 - 5yr)||Infant||Seats||Book|
|21-April-2023||د.إ 3,590.00||د.إ 3,550.00||د.إ 2,990.00||د.إ 3,390.00||د.إ 4,890.00||24|
|Child (6 - 11yr)||د.إ 2,990.00|
|Child (2 - 5yr)||د.إ 3,390.00|
Having arrived in Prague you will be welcomed by our representative, and then be transferred to your hotel and Check-in with the hotel. The rest of the day is for you to explore. Overnight stay at the hotel.
Breakfast will be served at the hotel. This fascinating tour will offer you an overview of Prague by taking you to some of the city’s most well-known landmarks. Throughout the four hours, you will learn about Prague’s fascinating history, see its most significant landmarks, and learn the overall layout of the city centre. With the help of a professional local guide, we visit the Charles Bridge, Lesser Town, Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral, the Jewish Quarter, and the Old Town of Prague.
Start your exciting journey through time at the Old Town Bridge Tower, which is located in the heart of the city. Your tour guide will tell you the most fascinating tales from more than a thousand years of Prague history as you take a stroll across the Charles Bridge. The bridge takes you to the Lesser Town of Prague, relax from all the walking by taking a tram and enjoy the magnificent scenery while going up to Prague Castle.
Your guide will provide additional information about the famous royal past of the Czech Lands here, at the historic residence of the Czech kings and emperors. The mediaeval St. Vitus Cathedral’s enormous beauty will awe you, and you also get to enjoy one of the best views of the city.
Learn about the stormy history of the Jewish community in Prague by going to the Jewish Quarter, which was once the biggest Jewish colony in all of Europe. See the historic Old Jewish Cemetery and many synagogues that are incredibly well maintained.
Thereafter, proceed to the Old Town Square, which is flanked by the magnificent Church of Our Lady Before Týn and the Old Town Hall. We finish the journey with the renowned Prague Astronomical Clock, one of Prague’s centrepieces that has been keeping time for more than six centuries.
You will only get to take a 45-minute boat trip with one drink and cake included if you chose the Tour with Tickets option. Also, the admission ticket includes a free self-guided exploration of the Charles Bridge Museum. Return to the hotel in Prague to stay for the night.
Breakfast at the hotel. Escape from the crowded streets of Prague and visit the lovely spa town of Karlovy Vary, which is renowned for its charming architecture and relaxing hot springs.
One of the most significant spa destinations in the Czech Republic, it lures tourists not only to experience the healing properties of its hot springs but also to admire the charm and historical beauty of the city itself. While strolling along the Teplá River’s banks, explore the old town’s narrow streets and see the grand Grand Pupp Hotel, the beautifully carved Municipal Theatre, and the town’s numerous magnificent colonnades.
Karlovy Vary, or Carlsbad in English, dates back to the Medieval Ages and is nestled in a gorgeous, wooded valley in western Bohemia. It has a long-standing reputation as a spa town and is home to the warm-water Tepla River, 300 small springs, and 12 larger ones. See the legendary Grand Pupp Hotel, one of the town’s most striking structures and the location of Daniel Craig’s famous poker session in the James Bond movie “Casino Royale.”
Visit the visually spectacular municipal theatre and marvel at the craftsmanship of the builders who created this masterpiece. Continue your stroll around the town and let its lovely and symmetrical collection of colonnades transport you back in time. After that, you will have some time on your own to keep exploring this lovely town. Overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast at the hotel, the rest of the day is free for you to explore. Visit a silver city and a church of bones on this intriguing tour to the mediaeval town of Kutná Hora. Kutná Hora, which was established in the 13th century and is renowned for its silver mines, was once the wealthiest and most influential city in Bohemia. Despite suffering through war, fire, and the depletion of the silver mines, Kutná Hora is now recognized as a Unesco World Heritage site for its exquisite architecture and historic significance, as you will see when wandering through the town’s historical centre.
Next, we visit the magnificent St. Barbara Church and the Bone Chapel, which was constructed in honour of the patron saint of miners which was formerly a mint and a royal palace. Look up inside at the vaulted ceiling and exquisite murals that show the town’s mediaeval life. See the historic royal mint that created the Prague groschen, the old-style hard money of Central Europe. Read about the significant economic contribution Kutná Hora made to the nation, which led to King Wenceslas IV establishing his royal palace there.
After that, we visit Sedlec Ossuary, also known as the Bone Chapel, where the interior is entirely adorned with the remains of up to 70,000 individuals. This unusual ossuary was built by a half-blind monk tasked with excavating the overflowing graveyard in the 14th century. It contains creepy artefacts like candelabras, chalices, and coats of arms. Even a chandelier made of every bone in the human body is present. There’s no denying that Kutná Hora’s enchanting old town ambience, gorgeous architecture, and horrific past make for a compelling combination. Overnight stay in the Prague hotel.
Check out of the hotel after breakfast, and the driver will pick you up and drop you off at the airport to catch your flight back home.
Note: Rates are subject to availability at the time of booking. Both the passport and the UAE Residence Visa must be valid for at least 6 months from the date of travel. Visa approval is dependent on the embassy’s description.