Hidden Gems of Prague
Prague is full of fascinating sights, but did you know that half of them remain undiscovered by tourists simply because they’re hidden down back alleys and beyond busy areas? See gorgeous churches, cubist architecture and the former seat of Bohemian kings on our Hidden Gems of Prague tour!
- Visit places that most tourists don’t have a clue about!
- Get to know the gorgeous Church of St. James the Greater
- See the stunning Church of Our Lady of the Snows
- Admire new styles of architecture developed by Czech architects in the early 1900s
- Hear about the foundation of Prague’s New Town and the Hussite storms
- Discover the almost-forgotten Emmaus Monastery
- Visit Vyšehrad – the former seat of Czech kings
Although Prague attracts millions of visitors every year, there are many amazing sights that remain relatively undiscovered, each with an amazing story to tell. Let’s skip the crowded streets and seek out the city’s hidden gems!
The tour begins at the Old Town Square with a brief introduction to the history of Prague over the last millennium. We’ll then explore several back alleys around the square, walking through Týn Court to take a quick peek at two gorgeous churches that were very important for Luxembourg’s royal family.
It's then time for us to make our way to what was once the biggest square in the world – Charles Square. This local landmark also has many stories to tell, having been the site of the first defenestration and a casualty of American bombing in 1945. After crossing the square, we’ll stop to admire the Emmaus Monastery – one of the few buildings in Prague with an original Gothic structure.
Our final stop will be the Vyšehrad medieval fortress where the history of Bohemian kings began. The tour ends with amazing panoramic views of Prague city centre and the Vltava River.
- Friendly and professional guide
- Entry ticket to Emmaus Monastery