Free entrance to many Prague museums with your Prague City Card! This 2, 3 or 4-day tourist card allows you free admission or discounts at museums and other attractions. No hassle with buying separate ticket for attractions because the Prague Pass allows and free admission to Prague Castle, the Jewish Museum, St Vitus Cathedral and many more top attractions in Prague.
TIP: Buy Your Prague City Card Online
When buying the Prague Card online, you will receive an with a voucher that you redeem for the physical card. Prague Card collection points are: Tourist Information Centre at Prague Main Train Station, Florenc Bus Station, TIC at Mostecka Street 4 (close to Charles Bridge), the Museum Shops in Prague Castle, the Information Centre of the Jewish Museum, Maiselova Street 15 and the Akasi Ticket Box at Na Prikope Street 3 (close to Wenceslas Square).
Free and almost Free
The Prague Card has only advantages. Have Prague at your fingertips and decide yourself if you want a card for 2, 3 or 4 days and how many sights you would like to see. Climb the miniature Eiffel Tower on Petrin Hill and watch the throng of people strolling across Charles Bridge. Get (almost) lost in the mirror maze next to Petrin Tower. The good thing is with your Prague card you pay no admission fees! Go on a cruise on the Vltava River and get two free drinks in the Ice Pub. End your day in the famous U Fleku brewing house and enjoy a 20% discount on drinks. The Prague Card offer so many attractions and museum at a discount or completely free that is almost impossible to start choosing your favourite ones.
Free Vltava River Cruise
A cruise on the Vltava River, Prague Venice Cruise, is included in the pass. Your Prague Pass includes a sightseeing tour by Martin Tour Bus during which you see the many sights of the city.
Free public transport is not included in the Prague Pass. This is not a disadvantage because public transport in Prague is very budget-friendly, especially when you buy a ticket valid for 24 or 72 hours. An excellent network of trams zigzags across Prague. The tram not only takes you from A to B, it is also an excellent way to see the most important buildings and monuments of the city while you recline in your chair. Hop on tram 22 to see most of the Prague sights from the tram. If you need a fast connection, take the metro which runs frequently and during the rush hour every two minutes.