Enjoy a 6-hour tour of Prague which will bring you to the hidden jewels of the city.
The walk begins at Pohořelec, a suburb of Prague district Hradcany. You will visit one of the most important architectural monuments of the Czech Republic, the oldest Premonstratensian monastery in the Bohemian region - the Strahov monastery. From the monastery, you will enjoy the most beautiful views of Prague Castle and visit a local small brewery to taste their awesome beer.
Then, the tour will bring you to Loretán Square, where you will see the monumental Czernin Palace. You will continue exploring the most beautiful place in Prague called the New World, a little town inside the city consisting of winding streets and small houses dating back to the Middle Ages. Afterward, you will walk to Hradčanské Square. Passing the Prague Castle complex you will make your way to Malá Strana to admire the church of St. Nicholas. At this point, you can enjoy the traditional lunch at the local restaurant where you can choose from a wide selection of Old Bohemian meals from local ingredients, based on Czech grandmother's recipes.
After a filling lunch, you will take the funicular to Petřín Hill and climb up Petrinská rozhledna, a copy of the Eiffel Tower. Here you can enjoy a panoramic view of the center of Prague and its suburbs and surroundings. After crossing the beautiful Petrín park and walking back to Pohořelec, the tour will end.