Hop-on Hop-off Bus Prague

Hop on or hop off as often as you like and enjoy the sights of Prague in a relaxed and hassle-free way! This is one of the best ways to see the iconic sights of Prague without walking one single step! Highlights include: Old Town Square and the Astronomical clock and the metronome on Letna Hill. Be sure to climb up the stairs for a sweeping view of Prague. The Strahov Monastry is a Hop-on Hop-off stop as is Kampa Island and the Mala Strana, the oldest Prague neighbouhood. Cobbled streets, grand mansions and hidden gardens make this district a delightful place. Be sure to visit the Saint Nicolas Church, the most famous Baroque church in Prague.

The Hop-on Hop-off bus makes sightseeing in Prague a relaxed and unforgettable experience!

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2 Good Reasons to Board the Hop on Hop off Bus

1. Especially when you are in Prague for a short time, the Hop-on Hop-off bus gives you an overview of the city. Your ticket is valid for 24 or 48 hours. You decide for yourself if you do the complete loop or hop on and off whenever a particular point of interest takes your fancy.

2. Finding your way in Prague takes some time. How does the metro and tram work and where to buy tickets? Avoid the hassle and board the Hop-on Hop-off bus, sit back and relax while someone else is doing the driving for you.

Hop on Hop off Bus Routes

The Hop-on Hop-off bus has two routes: Red Route (90 minutes) and Blue Route (50 minutes). You may board the bus at any of the stops in the city. Do the full loop and go around again hopping off at hotspots along the way.While taking in the splendour of Prague you listen to audio stories about the most important landmarks in the city such as the Rudolfinum, the Jewish neighbourhood and St Nicolas Church and many more. The pre-recorded stories are in seven languages: English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Russian and of course Czech.

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Combination Hop-on Hop-off Tour

Combine your Hop-on Hop-off tour with a visit of Prague Castle and learn all about the castle’s intriguing history. Prague Castle overlooks the Vltava River which divides the city into two. The Castle is one of the largest castle complexes in the world. It is one of Prague’s hotspots and visited by more than one million visitors each year. Waiting lines at the castle are long but when you buy your ticket online you have priority entry (you will have to wait at security before entering the complex. As there are several entrances to the grounds, waiting lines are usually quite short)

Photos Marianne Crone

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