Private Walking Tour: Hidden Prague with Coffee Stop
You’ll discover first-hand what makes hidden Prague so unique. The city was built long before urban planning, making it a difficult city to navigate, so houses and buildings were built around churches and main sights. This crammed the small cobblestone streets, so grandiose squares and architectural gems were erected in major areas to make up for it – leaving little nooks and crannies all over Old Town.
Wander the secret passageways that link Wenceslas Square, Republic Square and Old Town Square. Only locals know how to move from one area to another via these hard-to-find alleys, which aren’t shown on tourist maps. Since you’re with a local guide, you’ll navigate the old medieval streets with ease while hearing the little-known history and stories connected to them.
Stop frequently to take photos, ask questions, and enjoy informative commentary. Your hidden Prague walking tour ends near the Old Town Square. You’ll leave feeling like a privileged Prague local!
- Professional guide
- Meet on location or optional pick-up
- Refreshment stop
- Hotel drop-off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking, unless booked within 1 day of travel. In this case confirmation will be received as soon as possible, subject to availability
- We offer pick-up in case the accommodation address is provided in "special requirements"
- Tour operates in all weather conditions so please dress appropriately.
- Participants will need to be fit for light continuous walking, for up to 3 hours
- We reserve the right to alter and change tour programs without prior notice
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Near public transportation
- Most travelers can participate
Delightful, nice to feel we saw something of the “real “ Prague. So many things to see off the beaten path.
Our guide Joseph spoke excellent English and was very knowledgeable in Chech history which he explained throughout the tour. Definetly worth doing as we saw things not on usual tourist lists.
Enjoyable tour with great recommendations for entertainment and dinner along the way.
A great way to get to know Prague in a way we would have missed otherwise.John was great and friendly!
This half-day walking tour was by far the most interesting activity in Prague. Having seen the major tourist attractions on a prior visit to the city, we signed up for this opportunity to visit some of the less well-known sights. Our guide, Martina, was very knowledgeable and friendly and spoke excellent English. We walked through the Old Town and the New Town over about 3 hours and saw fascinating corners of the city, such as the upside-down statue of King Wenceslas in the Lucerna passage and the statue of Franz Kafka which literally undergoes a
Martina was a fabulous guide. She knew a lot of interesting things about Prague that we had not already read in travel books. The walking tour was definitely a highlight of our visit. I am very pleased with our experience.
This tour was a gem. I truly enjoyed our tour guides insight, knowledge of her history and personal touch. Anna was a very pleasant, helpful and charming young lady who took very good care of my family. The benefits of this tour are not obvious and some of the pearls are easy to find, but the hidden gem of this tour was the personal touch on the citys history. In addition, without a knowledgeable individual, some of the gems would be easily missed even when they were right in front of your nose.
A great experience thanks to our super guide Elena. We connected quickly thanks to her intelligence and genuine interest in culture, history and staying off the beaten track. Thank you Elena!