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Route: Brno - Prague - Brno
Duration: 4 hour

During the tour you will get a good overview of the "Golden City". The excursion started by bus passes along State Opera, National Museum, Wenceslas Square with St. Wenceslas statue and then continue to Hradcany, the Prague Castle District with a walking tour passing by Archbishop's Palace, St. Vitus Cathedral, Royal Palace and Golden Lane. Then the coach takes you across Vltava River to Parizska Street and through the Jewish "Ghetto". The tour finishes with the visit of Old Town Square surrounded by Old Town Hall with its famous Astronomical Clock, Tyn and St. Nicholas Churches.

Price: per person

Price: 55.00 EUR
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