City Walk Prague: discover the city with a local guide

City Walk Prague: walking is the perfect way to experience Prague. A guided city walk is even better as it is a sure way to explore the city in a relaxed way especially if you are only a few days in Prague. A guided tour is without hassle and saves time. No need to find out yourself what to see where to go and how to get there. Your English speaking knows every nook and corner and will show you all the highlights and also some secret spots!

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City walk and BajaBikes

Discover Prague, go beer or wine tasting and enjoy the city to the full. Your guide is a font of knowledge and knows Prague like the back of his hand and will show you well-known and lesser-known places in the city.

Join one or more of the 4 walking tours

City walk 1: City Walk
This is the perfect walk to see explore Prague. During this three-hour walk, you will see the highlights and some hidden spots. Half-way it is time to relax over a cup of coffee.
Highlights of this walking tour: Old Town Square, Astronomical Clock, Charles Bridge, Prague Castle and the Jewish quarter

City walk 2: Wine Tasting Tour
This city walk starts with a walk through the narrow streets and alleys of the Old Town, the historic centre of Prague. Your guide will then take you to a vinoteka, a Czech wine tavern, where you can taste Czech wines accompanied by tasty snacks.

Walk 3: Beer Tour
Prague and beer go hand in hand. It’s no secret that the Czechs brew the best beer. This walking tour starts by exploring the narrow states and alleys in the Old City. You will taste beer in different beer halls and discover that they all taste different. Six free beers are included. You will also visit a microbrewery and the beer museum where you can learn everything about beer culture in the Czech Republic.

City walk 4: Prague Summer Walking Tour
This city walk is available from May to September. Accompanied by your guide, you will discover the tourist highlights of Prague: Charles Bridge, Old Town Square and the Astronomical Clock, and the Jewish Quarter. During this two-hour walk you’ll see all the highlights in Prague centre!

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Baja Bikes walking tours: useful information

1. Meeting point: Michalska 1, in the Stare Mesto district
2. Reservations are required. Changing the dates and cancellations are free of charge
3. Payment on the spot in cash, euros or crowns
4. In case of rain you will get a poncho or you can cancel or move your tour to another day
5. Minimum number of participants is 2 and average group size is 8. Larger groups are accompanied by two guides.

photos: Marianne Crone

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