Excursion Prague by night

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Excursion Prague by night
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Route: Prague
Duration: 4 h

You spend an enjoyable evening in the illuminated Prague. During the Vltava River cruise you'll enjoy dinner with music entertainment, while the illuminated sights of Prague, Charles Bridge, Castle District, National Theatre and Vysehrad are passing by. After a 2 hours boat-trip you continue by coach to the most beautiful squares of Prague.

Price: per person

Price: 51.00 EUR
Countries: Czechia

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