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Prague: Alternative Prague Walking Tour

1. Prague: Alternative Prague Walking Tour

Escape the usual tourist haunts of Prague and discover how the Velvet Revolution gave the Czech Republic the freedom to express itself in art, music, and life in general. Local young guides born and raised in Prague will show you how culture flourishes outside the historic center. Discover the hidden cultural hotspots out of the tourist maps. No other tour covers these areas. Learn about the city’s recent history, underground subcultures, graffiti, street art and independent music scene. Get to know the old barracks with the historic swimming pool, where the soldiers no longer swim, but locals go for a good beer, film, and cultural events. Find out about the Vietnamese community in Prague. Discover a community-funded art theatre located in a formal slaughter house, a hackers crypto-anarchist institute, and a hidden hipster café with a gallery located in an abandoned factory hall. End at a unique steam-punk underground club where you can chill with the guide. The guide will teach you about Czech beer and culture. Then you will get some handy tips on where to go during your stay.  This tour is great for people who love unique and non-touristy places, couples and families. We are lgbt friendly

Prague: Gallery of Steel Figures Entrance Ticket

2. Prague: Gallery of Steel Figures Entrance Ticket

The Gallery of Steel Figures is an exhibition of handmade, recycled exhibits that are inspired by fairy tale heroes, comics and sci-fi movies, as well as animals, motorcycles and luxury cars. The basic building blocks of the figures are pieces of steel scrap in the form of gear wheels, elements of gearboxes, brake pads, chains, and all kinds of gears, bolts and nuts. The exhibits are made using welding technology. The biggest figures weigh more than 1 tonne and are 3.5 meters tall. Interact with robots, cartoon characters and your favorite movie heroes which emerge from the processing and machining of metal scrap.

Prague: iMucha Exhibition Ticket at Prague's Municipal House

3. Prague: iMucha Exhibition Ticket at Prague's Municipal House

Immerse yourselves in the atmosphere of the decorative Art Nouveau style; collected by former world No. 1 tennis player Ivan Lendl. The artworks are displayed through digital rendering. It gives a marvelous opportunity to have an unforgettable experience by actually being inside the piece. Alphonse Mucha was a world-famous Czech painter, graphic artist and designer who earned particular fame for his applied art (posters, labels, books, jewellery and furniture). He was also a key figure in the decorative Art Nouveau style, which determined the “look” of the time. This remarkable exhibition offers a completely new view, corresponding to the technologies of the 21st century, of the world‘s most comprehensive collection of the Czech Art Nouveau master, gathered by the former tennis champion Ivan Lendl. "iMucha famous collection in motion" exhibition guides you through the artist’s entire life starting from the year 1893 when Mucha published his illustrations for Adamité, the epic poem by Svatopluk Čech. Then, the installation shows the main periods of Mucha’s life in artworks – Femme fatal, Slav Epic (also as a multimedia exhibition), Perpetual returns, and Pantheon of the Czech Music. The exhibition shows models from posters in motion, an animated story from the Slav Epic, and the voice of Alfons Mucha coming from his self-portrait. It covers 550 square meters with over 200 original works by Alfons Mucha, many of which are more than a century old.

Prague: Central Gallery Ticket with up to Three Exhibitions

4. Prague: Central Gallery Ticket with up to Three Exhibitions

Delve into three impressive collections of modern masterpieces with entry tickets to the Central Gallery in Prague. Choose how many exhibitions you want to visit and explore the museum's showcases of works by Salvador Dalí, Alfons Mucha, and Andy Warhol. Enter the gallery located in Prague's famous Old Town Square. Decide which of the three exhibitions you'd like to see and start exploring the museum's collections. The first exhibition highlights the works of surrealist master Salvador Dalí, one of the most significant painters of the 20th century. The second exhibit focuses on Czech artist Alfons Mucha, displaying his paintings, illustrations, and graphic designs produced in the Art Nouveau movement. The final exhibition presents the works of Andy Warhol, the famous American artist, film director, and leading figure of the Pop Art movement. Admire modern classic pieces of art and learn about how these three painters are connected in various ways to the Czech Republic.

Prague: Ticket to Audiovisual Light Art at Lumia Gallery

5. Prague: Ticket to Audiovisual Light Art at Lumia Gallery

LUMIA is an imaginary story of light and a guide of your imagination. However, forget about the perception of the world as you know it. This exhibition features temporary works of art created with help of the latest imaging technology. You will see and experience it in the first place! Technologies like 3D projection, videomapping, LED mapping, or interactive videoprojection can completely draw viewers into the artwork and give them the opportunity to influence its appearance by their sheer presence. The interactive exposition of digital art takes up the whole area of the second floor of the historical building in Celetná 15 in Prague. LUMIA exhibition is a result of collaboration of several artists connected by relationship to modern technologies and vibrant audiovisual art, as well as by several significant years on Czech and foreign art scene. This is a unique and first of its kind permanent exposition of digital art in Prague and the Czech Republic whatsoever. The exhibition is suitable for general public, adults and children, individuals with passion for modern technologies and those, who haven´t lost their inner child and are not afraid to use their imagination.

Prague: Riverside Parties

6. Prague: Riverside Parties

Start the party at the popular Recovery Room in the Old Town of Prague and meet your fellow party lovers. Then, hit the town with a unique mobile bar serving all-you-can-drink beer, cider and spritz. Listen to music as you discover some irreverent art installations, and learn about the crazy history of the Czech Republic as you explore Lesser Town.  Leave your mark and paint Ringo Starr Wall. Enjoying a dinner of Australian or vegetarian pies overlooking the river near the Charles Bridge. Drink more booze and see more street art as you cross the Charles Bridge, where you can join an optional after party if you are up for some more fun!

Prague: Immersive Walking Tour with Virtual Reality

7. Prague: Immersive Walking Tour with Virtual Reality

You will discover the most important highlights of Prague on this two-hour guided tour, such as the famous Old Town, the National Museum, and the iconic Dancing House. Your trip will be enhanced by six virtual reality scenes that will take you through different stages of Czech history. On this excursion, you’ll get a glimpse of what the square looked like 120 years ago, witness the cause of great wars in the Middle Ages, see Soviet tanks enter the city during the Prague Spring, and get a firsthand experience of Operation Anthropoid. Learn about the city’s history from your expert local guide as you experience these moments yourself through virtual reality. When you take off your glasses, compare the astonishing difference in the buildings and get a deeper understanding of some of the most impactful moments in history. The tour will end near the iconic Dancing House, next to one of the city’s most beautiful promenades along the Vltava River. Experience the history of Prague with an interactive guided walking trip. Travel back in time to relive moments in history with the use of virtual reality headsets.

Prague: Private Graffiti Workshop

8. Prague: Private Graffiti Workshop

For first you will meet worldwide know graffiti artist Sany. Her graffiti film Girl Power is now possible to see on a Netflix. She created a collection for Reebok and teached graffiti celebrities like Adriana Grande or Gigi Hadid. With her, you will learn about the history of graffiti phenomenon from the early 60s until now, as well as the unique street culture in the Czech Republic. Together, you'll discuss your creative ideas and later you will together create your own large scale graffiti piece on a legal Prague graffiti wall. The graffiti workshop takes you through every stage of producing graffiti art. From thinking and roughly sketching your ideas onto a paper. Later you will learn tricks and techniques of ‘can control’, so that you can quickly get to grips with the medium. These techniques include from the very basics of drawing a line, a circle or a square, to more complex tricks such as fillings, fades, shines, drop shadows and key-lines. Our graffiti workshop is for beginners as well as those with some experience, available also as a group / school / team-building activity. In the case of a large group, the group will be divided into smaller ones and each group will have its own graffiti tutor. This way the graffiti workshop stays very personal and unique.

Full Day Private Tour Through Prague

9. Full Day Private Tour Through Prague

This full-day walking tour is the ideal way to discover the historic center of the city described by 19th Century philosopher Bernard Bolzano as "a city of a hundred towers". Prepare to travel back in time to discover the Old Town Square, one of the oldest market places in the city, and admire the historic Town Hall with the world-famous Astronomical Clock dating back to 1410. You will then move forwards through the centuries as you visit the house of the famous Jewish writer Franz Kafka and continue into the Jewish Quarter, past the Old Cemetery, and numerous synagogues. Prague is also a city of music and no visit would be complete without stopping by the Neo-Renaissance Rudolfinum auditorium, which is home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Additional highlights include Charles Bridge, the Lesser Quarter, dominated by Saint Nicholas Church, and Prague Castle. You'll also admire St. Vitus Cathedral, where the Czech Crown Jewels are kept and where King Charles IV, the country's father, is buried.

Prague: Jewish Quarter Premium Tour

10. Prague: Jewish Quarter Premium Tour

Learn the history of the Jewish communities in Prague, and visit several famous synagogues on a 3-hour walking tour. Meet your guide in the city center, and walk to the 13th-century Old-New Synagogue. Admire the exterior of the still-active synagogue, said to be Europe’s oldest north of the Alps. Then, go to the Pinkas Synagogue to discover a hallowed museum dedicated to the Czech victims of the Holocaust. See a heart-wrenching exhibition of drawings by the children of the Terezin Ghetto. Next, go the Klausen Synagogue to see its permanent collection regarding the Maharal of Prague, along with exhibits relating to everyday Jewish life and rituals. Discover an extensive collection of Judaica at the Maisel Synagogue, and end at the newly restored Moorish-inspired Spanish Synagogue. During the tour, you will also visit the Ceremonial Hall of the Prague Burial Society at the Chevrah Kaddisha building, and see the Old Jewish Cemetery to find densely packed layers of graves, sometimes up to 12 levels deep.

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The tour is great value to me in terms of time and money. I think it could be a must-go for people who are interested in creativity and history of Prague. Or if your time is limited, and you want to grab a very fine, interactive journey to get to know the city. Marco is a great guide, his knowledge about the city is incredible with great rythme of presence and humour. He will shows you some hidden gems in the city that not many know about. The VR headset is a big plus to the journey for me to catch glimpses of Prague in the past and what Czech people have been through. Headset is easy to use and the visual quality is great. Highly recommend.

This event takes a typical city tour and gives its so much more life and atmosphere with its use of VR head sets. Tour guide was very nice and very informed on the history of the city. Highly recommend to those trying to decide between the many tour events out there in Prague.

Our guide, Tomasz was great. He was very knowledgable about the area and took us to some great places that we wouldn’t have visited if we were on our own. I would definitely recommend this tour

Extremely interesting and different than usual tours.

The museum was really cool! Definitely worth a visit.