Pařížská Street

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Prague: 24 or 48-Hour Hop-on Hop-off Bus

1. Prague: 24 or 48-Hour Hop-on Hop-off Bus

Avoid the hassle of organized group tours and explore Prague at your own pace with a combined 24 or 48-hour ticket to the hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus.  Once onboard the bus, you will be provided with headphones and an audio guide (available in 17 languages), with onboard staff available at all times to lend assistance. Listen to the fascinating history of Prague and see its famous landmarks. Explore the Red and Green line routes of the city. Green line stops include: • Na Františku (near Ministry of Industry and Trade), • Old Town Square, • Malostranské náměstí (next to Holy Trinity Column)• Jiráskovo náměstí (beside the Dancing House), • Václavské náměstí (at corner of Krakovská street)• Hlavní nádraží (in front of Main Train Station) Red line stops include: • Prague Castle • Dlabačov• Náměstí Kinských• Jiráskovo náměstí (beside the Dancing House), • I.P. Pavlova (at corner of Sokolská street)• Karlov (B. Němcové street)• Hlavní nádraží (in front of Main Train Station)

Prague: 3-Hour Grand e-Scooter Guided Tour

2. Prague: 3-Hour Grand e-Scooter Guided Tour

See Prague the fast and easy way, by e-scooter. Visit the city's most famous sights and learn about the important history of the area. Leave a signature or a little quote on the John Lennon Wall and don't forget to make a wish after while riding under the Charles Bridge. Visit the Narrowest Street of Prague and see the Peeing Statues at Kafka Museum. Cross the river and explore the Jewish quarter, home to the old Jewish cemetery and the oldest synagogue in Europe. Be amazed by the Old Town Square and take the opportunity to take amazing pictures. Head to Letna Hill, where you will see the Metronome and the best view of Prague. Next, head to the world's largest castle and visit St. Vitus Cathedral and gardens. Then continue to Strahov Monastery, which houses a 15th-century brewery and spectacular views. Easy climb Petrin Hill to see the Petrin Tower, the top point of Prague. Descend to the Lesser Town via Petrin Gardens and go to the Legion Bridge to see the sights of the Dancing House and the National Theater. Reach the island of Kampa, and take pictures of the baby sculptures.

Communist Walking Tour of Prague

3. Communist Walking Tour of Prague

Start your tour through Communist Prague with a visit to Wenceslas Square, site of the most important events in Czech history. See the Kotva 70s shopping center, Revoluční street, the Embankment and hotels Intercontinental and President. View Pařížská street and a view of Metronom, place of the infamously large Stalin monument. Listen to expert commentary as you check out Jan Palach's Square, the Original Death mask of Palach at Faculty of Arts by Olbram Zoubek. Then, cross Manes Bridge, see the Klárov and memorial of death of a young lady. View Kampa Island and Lennon's wall, Monument to Victims of Communism by Olbram Zoubek and cross the bridge of Legions. Then, walk along Narodni Street and the memorial of Velvet Revolution 1989. Your tour winds down at the Museum of Communism, where you will view an extremely moving 15-minute film and see, first hand, some valuable exhibits and artifacts. The museum is presented in 5 languages and the film has English subtitles. From there, you'll receive a 15% discount voucher valid anytime at the one of a kind Pub, Club and Restaurant "Propaganda" with over 200 original Czech communist artifacts from the Founders' personal collection. Relax with a famous Czech beer and hearty Czech cuisine and let the history sink in while your legs finally relax.

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What people are saying about Pařížská Street

Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 385 reviews

2 routes that cover all the sights. Easy to understand guide (headphones). Good connections, but you have to look for the stops (no signs, you have to use the photos on the flyer as a guide). After the boat tours, more buses should be available for onward transport.

Really handy and great way to easily explore the city. Your ticket gives you access to 2 different routes which helps you to see the whole of the city and all the attractions. The boat ride was ok but nothing amazing.

Just as expected, all important stations were approached. A small but, between the descriptions of the surroundings through headphones, I felt the music was too loud.

Excellent tour with Sebastian. Saw all the great sights and he took excellent pictures of us.

Great for exploring the city, everyone is very friendly and helpful. Everything worked fine.