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Prague City Tour
On the Prague City Tour in Brief a guide of your chosen language will show you some of the most famous sights of Golden Prague including the world renowned, 14th century Charles Bridge spanning the Vltava River, the grandiose National Museum looming high above the top of Wenceslas Square, the National Theatre with its beautiful architecture and golden roof as well as the breathtaking Prague Castle complex and its majestic surroundings.
Prague Jewish Quarter
The Prague Historical and Jewish Quarter tour is a two and half hour, guided, walking tour through Prague's Jewish history which will take you for a leisurely walk through Josefov (Joseph's town) district of Prague to see the only Central European Jewish quarter to survive the Holocaust.
Art Nouveau Tour
The end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century brought new architectural styles. You can compare various examples of Prague Art Nouveau with other styles of the period, see unique Art Nouveau gems, such as the Municipal House and its decoration, the Alfons Mucha Museum, the Industrial Palace, the Grand Hotel Europa, and others..
A unique opportunity to visit locations where Mozart stayed in Prague. It also reveals why Prague's citizens welcomed Mozart so warmly, and why his music continues to win Czech hearts today.
Franz Kafka Tour
The Franz Kafka Tour will take you to places associated with the famous writer, places that influenced his writing and are typical of the inspiring atmosphere of the city at the beginning of 20th century.
The Prague Brewery Tour visits the best brewpubs in the city, including the most historic, to taste the beer brewed on the premises, and to soak up the long tradition of brewing in the Golden City.
Old-Timer Car Rally
Sightseeing tours in the footsteps of Bohemian kings using different vehicles - Trabants, old-fashioned Skoda cars, vintage cars and others.
Social Events on a Boat
The Vltava River is a perfect place from which to admire the beauty of Prague. You can choose from many different cruises, combined with lunch or dinner, and even music. Prague Venice boat trips will show you Prague's main sights from the perspective of a fisherman on the Vltava River 100 years ago.
Historical Tram Ride
Ride back into the history of Prague in 70 to 100 year old trams on a unique tour. The guide is the conductor in period uniform. The tram follows the route of your choice.
This competitive event takes your teams around the city visiting famous landmarks. You will be amazed by the fantastic medieval buildings that appear around every bend of the ancient cobbled streets, and be won over by the friendliness of the people.
Visit a famous glass gallery in Prague where you can admire beautiful works of art, and create your own piece of art using your artistic flair to paint a piece of glass.
Experience the Prague of James Bond or Mission Impossible, and go on a mission full of danger. Action games are inspired by the stories of these famous movies, both filmed in Prague.
Action on Ice
When it comes to ice hockey, Czechs are known around the world for being masters of the rink. Challenge your team by playing a game of ice hockey and receive some coaching from a Czech ice hockey professional.
Would you like to learn to cook traditional Czech dishes or exotic specialties? Let the real professionals show you how to prepare savoury soups, fantastic main courses, and delicious desserts.
A non-traditional team experience - synchronous paddling in dragon boats, originally a 2000 year old Chinese tradition, that has been transferred to the heart of Europe.
Attend a performance of professional musicians and dancers in traditional costumes and enjoy the atmosphere of the Czech countryside and rustic Czech entertainment. The folklore evening can also include a dinner composed of traditional Czech dishes.
The sightseeing balloon flight offers an unforgettable view of the countryside from the balloon basket. Experience the beauty of flying without the sound of engines, in the open air.
A teambuilding activity for those who enjoy speed and adventure. You can spend the whole afternoon in Europe's second largest indoor racetrack and experience speed racing.
Privately Organized Classical Concerts
When visiting Prague, enjoying classical music is a must. There are a number of options you can choose from – opera houses, theatres, concert halls, churches, monasteries, historical palaces, or palace gardens – all these venues can host concerts of classical music upon request.