01.12.2022 - 18:00
This Prague Castle tour covers a mixture of legends and historical facts, taking you to one of Prague’s most enchanting areas.
Take a journey with us from the cobbled streets of the Old Town, across the river through the Castle District, where you will visit sites such as the ancient Strahov Monastery, majestic Loreto and Cernin Palace. Walk the magical winding streets of the ‘New World’ as night descends upon the city and hear legends from the reigns of Good King Wenceslas and Charles IV. Hear how scientists and magicians were attracted to Bohemia during the unique reign of Rudolf II, and how alchemy, magic and astronomy have placed an important part in history. Enjoy the castle grounds and famous ‘Golden Lane’ as you avoid the daytime crowds and distractions, and as night falls enjoy the spectacular views the city has to offer from the largest castle complex in the world.
This walk is more than just a Prague Castle tour after dark – you will see..
This tour runs with 2 people min.
The tour walks through the courtyards but does not enter buildings.
Your tour ticket includes tram ride from the Mala Strana to the Castle area.
Children up to 6y. FREE.
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