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Municipal House, Prague

Municipal House, Prague: Our most recommended tours and activities

Prague: 24 or 48-Hour Hop-on Hop-off Bus

1. Prague: 24 or 48-Hour Hop-on Hop-off Bus

Avoid the hassle of organized group tours and explore Prague at your own pace with a combined 24 or 48-hour ticket to the hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus.  Once onboard the bus, you will be provided with headphones and an audio guide (available in 17 languages), with onboard staff available at all times to lend assistance. Listen to the fascinating history of Prague and see its famous landmarks. Explore the Red and Green line routes of the city. Green line stops include: • Na Františku (near Ministry of Industry and Trade), • Old Town Square, • Malostranské náměstí (next to Holy Trinity Column)• Jiráskovo náměstí (beside the Dancing House), • Václavské náměstí (at corner of Krakovská street)• Hlavní nádraží (in front of Main Train Station) Red line stops include: • Prague Castle • Dlabačov• Náměstí Kinských• Jiráskovo náměstí (beside the Dancing House), • I.P. Pavlova (at corner of Sokolská street)• Karlov (B. Němcové street)• Hlavní nádraží (in front of Main Train Station)

Prague: Historic City Center Bus Tour

2. Prague: Historic City Center Bus Tour

See the best of Prague from an open-top bus, and enjoy panoramic views of all the most famous sights. Depart from near the Old Town Square, where you can admire the Astronomical Clock. Continue through the oldest part of the city, admiring the cobblestone streets that radiate in all directions. Highlights of the Old Town include the Municipal House on the site of the old Royal Court. Marvel at the mosaics on its façade, considered by many to be the most beautiful building in the city. See the sights of the Josefov district, the former Jewish Ghetto of Prague. Completely surrounded by the Old Town, its landmark monuments include the Old-New Synagogue and 19th-century Spanish Synagogue with its Moor-inspired exterior. Pass Prague’s oldest surviving Gothic building at the St. Agnes Monastery. See national monuments, such as the State Opera House and New Town Hall. Admire the bridges over the Vltava River, including the famous Charles Bridge. Upon arrival in the Prague Castle district, enjoy a 30 or 40-minute break for a short stroll around the famous landmarks. Go to the Loreta pilgrimage site. Marvel at the extraordinary architecture of the Dancing House. Other landmarks you will pass on the tour include the National Museum, Rudolfinum Music Hall, and Powder Tower. Along the way, you will learn the history of the city and its famous landmarks from a pre-recorded commentary in your native language, available in 26 different languages (Arabic, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, and Vietnamese).

Prague: E-Bike Small Group or Private Highlights Tour

3. Prague: E-Bike Small Group or Private Highlights Tour

See the top sights of amazing Prague in just few hours on an electric bike tour that starts out in the city center. Choose to travel on a public tour or opt for a private tour for just you and your group. Quality e-bikes featuring above-standard equipment are on offer. The route includes the most famous Prague sights as: • Prague castle complex • Loreta • John Lennon Wall • Strahov Monastery • Petrin Tower • Kampa Island • view of Charles bridge • Astronomical clock • Old Town Square • Church of st. Nicholas • National Theatre • Wenceslas Square • Stvanice Island • The Prague Metronome Meet your guide in the city center, where you will have the chance to try out the bike before the tour. The guide will briefly explain the tour program and then you'll start. During the tour, your guide will provide you with information about visited sights during each stop. There are approximately 10-20 stops for historical information or taking pictures.

Prague: City Tour and Dinner Cruise with Hotel Pickup

4. Prague: City Tour and Dinner Cruise with Hotel Pickup

Experience Prague by night on a 4-hour combined city tour and dinner cruise down the Vltava River to see the riverside attractions floodlit for the evening. You will start with a 45-minute minibus tour of the Old Town, Jewish Quarter, and New Town, passing noted sites such as the Spanish Synagogue and Old-New Synagogue. Learn about the Jewish heritage of Prague in the former Jewish Ghetto, and continue to Republic Square to see a beautiful example of Art Nouveau architecture at Municipal House. See the original Old Town fortifications and Gothic Powder Tower, before a quick tour of the New Town, including Wenceslas Square, the State Opera, former Czechoslovak Parliament, and National Museum. Cross the Nusle Bridge for breathtaking views over several quarters of Prague. Then, board a luxury boat on the Vltava River, where a welcome drink awaits before you set sail on a 3-hour-cruise. Sit back and enjoy views of Prague Castle against the night sky. Cruise past Strahov Monastery, St. Nicholas Church, and Petrin Tower, and go beyond the city center limits to Vysehrad Castle and the Dancing House. All the while, you will be feasting on a buffet spread of hot and cold food, served in air-conditioned comfort. If you prefer to feel the breeze in your hair as you cruise past the Charles Bridge, Rudolfinum, or National Theatre, there is even an exterior viewing deck.

Prague: Vintage Car Ride and Walking Tour

5. Prague: Vintage Car Ride and Walking Tour

Be driven around the city center for one hour as your guide tells you stories and historical facts associated with the sites you see. Visit the Old Town, New Town, and Prague Castle, passing by monuments such as Wenceslas Square, the dancing house, the Municipal House, the National Theater, Jewish quarter, and others. After an hour, get off at Prague Castle. From here, your guide will show you around Prague Castle - today the seat of the President of the Czech Republic and previously the seat of the kings. For two hours, walk from the castle to the city center. Head across the Charles Bridge - a highlight of Prague - to the Old Town, where the tour will end at the square, 

Prague: Highlights Small-Group Bike Tour with Private Option

6. Prague: Highlights Small-Group Bike Tour with Private Option

See the top sights of amazing Prague in a few hours with a tour that starts in the city center. Join a public tour, opt for a private tour, or hire a bike and ride without a guide. Quality bikes with above-standard equipment are available. During the tour you will see the following sights: • Stvanice Island • Metronome • Prague Castle • Loreta • Strahov Cloister • Petrin Tower • Kampa Island • National Theatre • Wenceslas Square • Estates Theatre • Old Town Square Meet your guide in the city center, where you will have the chance to try and prepare the bike before the tour. The guide will briefly explain the tour program and then you'll begin. During the tour, your guide will provide you with information about visited sights during each stop. There are approximately 10-20 stops for historical information or taking pictures.

Prague Art Nouveau and Cubist Architecture 3-Hour Tour

7. Prague Art Nouveau and Cubist Architecture 3-Hour Tour

Art Nouveau style was a universal phenomenon that emerged near the end of the 19th century, and was eagerly adopted in Prague. Art Nouveau constructions represent some of the most significant landmarks in the city. During this 3-hour guided walk you’ll learn to recognize the features of Art Nouveau design, from the ginkgo biloba leaves on façades, revealing oriental influences on the style, to the elaborate light fixtures that are hallmarks of Art Nouveau interiors. It is no accident that most of the city’s Art Nouveau buildings are hotels, elegant bars and restaurants, and train stations. These were frequented by the first globetrotters, who were enjoying the fruits of 19th-century industrialization in the early years of the 20th century before war swallowed up their world. Visit the stunning Lucerna bar and the elegant Grand Hotel Europa. Draw parallels throughout the walk, with examples of Prague’s Cubist and Rondo-Cubist architecture, including the House of the Black Madonna and the Bank of the Legions. Learn how Art Nouveau and Cubist architecture became statements of the city’s sense of modern sophistication and a resurgent national identity.

Prague: Private Cubism & Art Nouveau Walking Tour

8. Prague: Private Cubism & Art Nouveau Walking Tour

Your guide will pick you up from your hotel. Discover the unique and rare sights of Cubism in architecture and the beautiful Art Nouveau style of Prague city center. As Prague was developing and becoming richer during the second half of the 19th Century, companies, banks and wealthy real estate owners wanted to show off their new status. As a result, many buildings were reconstructed or enlarged in the new architectural styles from the 1880s to 1914. Your guide shows you the best examples, rare pieces and magnificent buidlings in the Old Town and the New Town built in the new styles. Cubism in architecture is something that you won't find easily in any other city around the world. Your guide will show you the great examples of Cubist buildings and other street elements in the center of Prague. After the tour, you can go to the Museum of Czech Cubism by yourself. Art Nouveau was becoming pretty popular, you will pass by for example the Municipal House, buildings at Wenceslas Square, National Avenue and Old Town Square or Jewish quarter. After the tour, you can visit the Museum of Alfons Mucha, a leading Art Nouveau artist. 

Prague: Ensemble of Soloists Concert in Smetana Hall

9. Prague: Ensemble of Soloists Concert in Smetana Hall

Spend an evening sitting back in the Smetana Hall's plush seats as you listen to an ensemble that features young graduates of Europe’s leading music schools playing a concert. These musicians have come together in the pursuit of stylistic purity in offering the public authentic and historically accurate music of the Baroque period. Treat yourself to one of the Concertino Prague Ensemble of Soloists' concerts in Prague. The ensemble was founded in 1995 and made its debut performance at the inauguration celebrations at the Building of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France. Listen to music played on the violin by Roman Fedchuk who hails from the Ukraine. He studied at The Music College of S. Krushelnicka in Lvov and the Moscow Conservatory of P.I. Tchaikovsky. This talented violinist has received awards at the Gernbach International Music Competition and the Prague Spring festival. Join delighted crowds of music enthusiasts and hear this violinist's impressive repertoire while you sit in historic seats in Smetana Hall.

Prague City 3-Hour Tour with Changing of the Guard

10. Prague City 3-Hour Tour with Changing of the Guard

This tour provides a fantastic opportunity to see the main historical sights and monuments in Prague - including the popular changing of the guards ceremony at Prague Castle - within the space of 3 hours.  Embark on a sightseeing tour of Prague, which Bernard Bolzano once dubbed the 'city of a hundred towers'. You'll begin by the Estates Theater in the Old Town, which hosted the premiere of Mozart’s opera Don Giovanni. You'll pass the National Theater, enjoying a marvelous panoramic view of Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge, Rudolfinum - home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, the Powder Gate, Wenceslas Square, the center of New Town - where Czech history was written, Charles Square, and the renowned Dancing House. Then, you'll cross the Jirásek Bridge into the enchanting Lesser Quarter, where you'll admire Saint Nicholas Church. The first part of the tour takes place on a minibus. Afterwards, you'll walk along Prague Castle, which once housed the offices of Czech kings. Soldiers from the elite Prague Castle Guard will welcome you at the gates of Prague Castle. You'll get to watch the ceremonial changing of the guard, which includes fanfare and a flag ceremony. You'll visit Saint Vitus Cathedral, where the Czech Crown Jewels are kept and King Charles IV, father of the nation, is buried. In Lobkowicz Palace, you can stop to enjoy a refreshing, delicious cup of coffee in a beautiful historic café. Afterwards, you'll walk down to Malostranske Square, where a minibus will be waiting for you. You'll pass through the Jewish Quarter, seeing the oldest synagogue in Europe along the way, and arrive in the Old Town Square, one of the oldest marketplaces in Prague. There, you'll see historic Town Hall and complete the tour at the world-famous Astronomical Clock, which dates back to 1410.

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What people are saying about Municipal House, Prague

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 1,648 reviews

The communication with this company was awesome. When we arrived to Prague it was POURING rain. The company offered for us to go in the rain OR reschedule, which we did. Our guide was laid back, kind and super informative! We have three kids ages 11, 13 and 15. They loved it. Highly recommend.

Guidebooks in several languages. Multiple stations with boarding and alighting facilities and two lines. It is definitely worth the 48 hour ticket, then the bot tour is also included. We liked it very much

Just as expected, all important stations were approached. A small but, between the descriptions of the surroundings through headphones, I felt the music was too loud.

It was a very good experience, driver picked me up on time from my hotel and cruise was very good, good food from a buffet and great service from staff on the boat.

Experience to be repeated very kind staff. Nice tour of Prague aboard a small bus, with guide in Italian.