Tourist Programme Description

Offer of the Tourist Programme

All tours depart from and return back to the Clarion Congress Hotel Prague. Participants are advised to block the seats on the respective tour in advance. Tickets can be picked up or purchased at the Tourist Programme counter in the registration area of the Clarion Congress Hotel Prague during the registration hours.

Tours will be organized by the minimum participation of 15 persons.
Prices are in EUR per person.


Grand City Tour with Visit to Prague Castle

Duration:4 hours
Description:This sightseeing tour explores the beauty of Prague Castle and the Old Town.
In 4 hours the guests will see the most famous sights of Prague, commemorating its thousand-year history. Our bus will take the guests up to Prague Castle; the tour includes a walk around the Prague Castle complex with St. Vitus' Cathedral, the Royal Palace and St. George's Basilica. Then the guests continue by bus to Parizska Street, on foot to the Old Town Square with its famous astronomical clock and then back to the bus again.
Price:EUR 28
Includes:Entrance fee to St. Vitus' Cathedral and to the Royal Palace, English-speaking guide, transport

Jewish Ghetto and Old Town Square

Duration:4 hours
Description:The tour presents the Jewish Town through the prism of history and legend. The guests will walk through the fascinating Jewish Ghetto with its unique 15th century Old Jewish Cemetery (with 1200 tombstones), the Jewish Museum, the Pinkas, Spanish, Maisl and Klaus Synagogues and the ancient Gothic-style Old-New Synagogue - the oldest synagogue still in use in Europe. The most frequently visited tombstone in the cemetery is that of Rabbi Löw, who created the legendary Golem, a mythical person which should have protected the Jewish Quarter. After visiting all the synagogues the tour continues with a slow walk to the Old Town Square. The Old Town City Hall with its famous Astronomical clock and other monuments will be shown to the participants. At the end there is a walk through the Old Town streets to the bus.
Price:EUR 42
Includes:Entrance fee to Jewish Museum and Old-New Synagogue, English-speaking guide, transport

Palaces and Gardens in the Lesser Town

Duration:4 hours
Description:Walking tour around the beautiful Prague Baroque Gardens and Palaces. The tour starts on the Hradcany square in front of the entrance to Palace Gardens. The guide will take the guests through the gardens on the southern slopes of Prague Castle:Garden of Eden, Garden on the ramparts, Ledebourgh Garden, Great and Minor Palffy Gardens. There is a marvellous view across the roofs of Prague and Petrin Hill from all of these gardens. Down below the gardens guests walk past the most beautiful Prague Palaces: The Wallenstein Palace - seat of the Senate, Seminar street - seat of the Parlament, Malostranské square dominated by St. Nicolas Church, Kaiserstejn Palace and Lichtenstein Palace. Then the guests will enter the Vrtba Palace with the Vrtba Garden - the most beautiful Prague Baroque Garden, which has only recently been newly reconstructed. The walk will end at the Wallenstein Palace Garden which has been newly opened after long reconstruction. The garden belongs to Czech Senat and is richly decorated with Baroque statues, Grotto cave, lake with fish and swans and peacock birds. After visiting this garden the participants will go with the guide to the Malostranska metro station, where the tour finishes.
Price:EUR 16
Includes:English - speaking guide, admission fees to the gardens

Lesser Town & Charles Bridge, Old Town

Duration:4 hours
Description:This mostly walking tour introduces the most important sights of the Golden City. The bus will take guests to Lesser Town´s main church St. Nicolas - the largest and most beautiful Prague Baroque church decorated with life size gilded statues of Saints and many rare Baroque altars with beautiful pictures. The tour continues on foot through the Lesser Town and across Charles Bridge (one of the oldest stone bridges in Europe, decorated with an open-air gallery of 31 Baroque statues). You then reach the Old Town Square and after visiting the Old Town Hall representative rooms and Tower with a Chapel and show of 12 Apostels in the Astronomical clock you will continue through Old Town streets to the historical building of Charles University, pass the Estate Theatre (W.A. Mozart conducted his operas here incl. the world premiere of Don Giovanni). The tour will finish at the Wenceslas square - the main Prague boulevard and shopping area. Individual shopping in the city centre possible.
Price:EUR 18
Includes:English-speaking guide, transport from Clarion Congress Hotel to St. Nicolas

Franz Kafka and Prague

Duration:4 hours
Description: The walk will trace the footsteps of Franz Kafka (surroundings of the Old Town Square, Josefov, Mánes Bridge, Golden Lane in Prague Castle, Hradčany Square, picturesque corners of Lesser Town and possibly the New Jewish Cemetery). You will learn many interesting facts about the life and work of the world known writer Franz Kafka.
Price:EUR 16
Includes:English-speaking guide

Prague Venice and Charles Bridge

Description: Let's pause for a while from big themes, grandious palaces, crowded royal streets and let's get lost in the net of tiny little lanes, hidden and pictoresque courtyards... You will learn history of post, school, when was the water a sewerage laid on, some piquant details from medieaval time, life of ordinary people... We will board on wooden charming boat, crossing Vltava river with its well designed bridges, feel the city from completely different perspective, we will see beautiful sceneries, voyage direct in channel Čertovka, very similar to the Venice atmosphere, pass the old mills, you will hear few legends about Charles Bridge and its saints. A very friendly dressed up staff is offering drinks, beer, cake or icecream onboard.
Price:EUR 25
Includes:English-speaking guide, boat ride incl. refreshment

Prague Boat Trip with Dinner & Music

Duration:2 hours
Description: Do you want to relax on fresh air, listen nice music and enjoy delicious meals while admiring the beauties of the Prague city centre? Come with us and embark one of the boats cruising on the Vltava river just round the city centre, passing by the main sights. You will sail under the Charles Bridge with enormous open air gallery of Baroque statues and amazing Panorama of Prague Castle, romantic Kampa Island will pass by your boat and other remarkable sights such as National Theatre, Vysehrad legendary hill etc. will parade in front of you. During the cruise you will listen the live music band playing popular melodies and try the delicatessen served on buffet style.
Price:Cruise with dinner (2 hours) EUR 30
Includes:Boat ride, English-speaking, guide dinner/lunch, live music



Trip to Konopiste Chateau

Duration:7 hours
Description:This excursion will take the guests to one of the most beautiful chateaux in Bohemia, situated about 50 km south of Prague. The original castle was built in the late 13th century in the style of a French fortress. It was later also the home of the successor to the Austrian throne, Ferdinand d'Este, whose assassination in Sarajevo sparked off World War I. At present the chateau offers a fine display of historical weapons, hunting trophies, furniture, china and Late Gothic sculptures and paintings. A beautiful English park surrounds the Chateau. Visit to the chateau and garden will be followed by lunch at a nearby folk style restaurant.
Price:EUR 62
Includes:Entrance fee to the chateau, English-speaking guide, lunch, transport

Trip to Melnik Chateau with Wine Tasting

Duration:6 hours
Description:This excursion introduces the wine country north of Prague. Guests will visit Melnik Chateau with its grand furniture and paintings collected over 300 years by the Lobkowicz family, who are once again the owners today. Then the tour continues to the 13th century wine cellars where there is a unique opportunity to taste the local wines produced by the Lobkowicz family: Müller Thurgau, Ryzlink, Tramin and Burgund. The tour will be concluded by lunch at the Chateau Restaurant.
Price:EUR 66
Includes:Entrance fees to Melnik Chateau and wine cellar, English-speaking guide, wine tasting, lunch, transport

Medieval Town of Kutna Hora

Duration:6 hours
Description:The tour includes a visit to the ancient mining town of Kutna Hora, established in a silver mining area in the 13th century. The town, about 65 km east of Prague, has many well preserved medieval and Baroque buildings. The 14th century St. Barbara Cathedral features colourful frescoes and the UNESCO protected Miner's Chapel, named after the silver miners who financed the construction of the cathedral. In the town centre lies the site of the former royal mint, where Italian artisans crafted silver Prague groschens in the 15th century. Groschens were a currency used throughout Europe. Lunch at the local restaurant.
Price:EUR 60
Includes:Entrance fees to St. Barbara Cathedral, Mint House and Museum, English-speaking guide, lunch, transport

West Bohemian Spas

Duration:all day
Description:This tour will take the participants through the hop-growing area to the west of Prague to the West-Bohemian spa metropolis Karlovy Vary - world known spa with 600 year long tradition of treatment of the diseases of digestive tract. Walking tour leads along the spa part of the town with 12 hot mineral springs and several colonnades, beautiful parks and splendind Baroque church of St. Maria Magdalena. Lunch at local restaurant will be followed by the departure to Marianske Lazne - charming spa town with numerous mineral springs, large parks, recently renovated colonnade and famous "Singing Fountain".
Price:EUR 70
Includes:English-speaking guide, lunch, bus transport



Southern Bohemia

Duration:2 days
Description:This tour will take you to one of the most charming parts of the country with beautiful countryside, picturesque fishponds and numerous historical sights.
First day: Morning departure from Prague to Hluboká Chateau, built in the Tudor Gothic style and housing fascinating collections of furniture, tapestries, china, paintings and weapons. Tour then continues to the South Bohemian metropolis of České Budějovice – a medieval town famous for its Budweiser beer. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant. In the afternoon you visit the ancient town of Český Krumlov, which is second in the UNESCO list of most important protected historical towns thanks to its preserved historical centre. You will also visit Český Krumlov castle - the largest castle in Bohemia after Prague Castle – with its unique open air theatre with revolving auditorium in the park surrounding the castle. There will be a traditional dinner served at the local restaurant. Overnight at *** hotel.
Second day: After breakfast the excursion continues to the town of Třeboň – a protected historical town with preserved parts of fortification, a large chateau and a spa, famous for the treatment of rheumatism and diseases of the nervous system (using peat from deposits in the town´s vicinity). You carry on – passing on the way the largest Czech pond „Rožmberk“ with the area of 490 ha - to the fairy-tale Castle of Červená Lhota, built on a rocky outcrop in the middle of a lake. Lunch will be served in a nearby folk style restaurant. Depart for Prague.
Price:per person in double room: EUR 290
per person in single room supplement: EUR 40
Includes:English-speaking guide, lunches ,dinner , bus transport, entrance fees to Hluboká chateau and Česky Krumlov castle