Embark on a captivating journey through Prague’s rich history and cultural treasures with our 3-hour private walking tour. Explore the intricate Gothic architecture of the Church of St. James and marvel at the animated figures of the Astronomical Clock at the Old Town Hall. Delve into the city’s religious heritage at the Church of Our Lady before Tyn and the Old-New Synagogue, both iconic landmarks with stories to tell. Learn about Prague’s musical legacy in front of the Estates Theatre, and witness the academic grandeur of Karolinum, the historic heart of Charles University. Cross the iconic Charles Bridge, adorned with Baroque statues, and conclude your journey at the John Lennon Wall, a vibrant testament to peace and artistic expression.

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  • Experience the cultural richness of the Old-New Synagogue and Karolinum
  • Cross the iconic Charles Bridge and conclude at the vibrant John Lennon Wall
  • Explore the intricate beauty of the Church of St. James


  • Professional local tour guide

Route & Duration

3 hours
  • 1

    Church of St. James

    The Church of St. James, located in the heart of Prague, is a stunning Gothic masterpiece known for its intricate architecture and rich history. The church features an impressive interior with ornate altars and beautiful stained glass windows. (Visit from outside)

  • 2

    Old Town Hall with Astronomical Clock

    The Old Town Hall with its iconic Astronomical Clock is a historic gem in Prague's Old Town Square. Dating back to the 15th century, the clock delights visitors with its animated figures and hourly show, making it a must-see attraction. (Visit from outside)

  • 3

    Church of Our Lady before Tyn

    The Church of Our Lady before Tyn is a striking example of Gothic architecture that dominates the skyline of Prague's Old Town. Its twin spires and intricate facade make it a landmark that captivates both history enthusiasts and architecture admirers. (Visit from outside)

  • 4

    The Old-New Synagogue

    The Old-New Synagogue, Europe's oldest active synagogue, stands as a testament to Prague's Jewish heritage. With its medieval architecture and rich cultural significance, it offers a glimpse into the city's diverse history. (Visit from outside)

  • 5

    The Estates Theatre

    The Estates Theatre, a historic venue where Mozart premiered his opera "Don Giovanni," exudes elegance and cultural importance. Its neoclassical design and cultural legacy make it a key stop for those interested in Prague's classical music history. (Visit from outside)

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    Karolinum, the historical complex of Charles University, is an architectural marvel with a mix of Gothic and Baroque elements. As the oldest university in Central Europe, Karolinum reflects Prague's intellectual legacy and is a site of academic prestige. (Visit from outside)

  • 7

    Charles Bridge

    The iconic Charles Bridge, spanning the Vltava River, is a symbol of Prague's history and charm. Lined with Baroque statues, the bridge offers panoramic views of the city and is a popular spot for both locals and tourists.

  • 8

    John Lennon Wall

    The John Lennon Wall, a vibrant and ever-changing mural, serves as a tribute to peace and freedom. Covered in graffiti and messages of hope, the wall is a modern symbol of artistic expression and activism.

Meeting Point

In front of the Basilica of St James (Malá Štupartská 635, 110 00 Staré Město, Czech Republic) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.