This ticket has the following options that you can choose from:
This ticket has the following options you can choose from:
Vltava River Cruise
This ticket has the following variants that you can choose from:
This ticket has the following options that you can choose from:
By government order we ask that you board with a confirmation of coronavirus vaccination or proof that you have been infected within the past 180 days. The third option is confirmation of a negative test for coronavirus, not older than 7 days in the case of the PCR test and not older than 3 days in the case of the antigen test.
Prague, the Czech Republic's capital is known for its Baroque and Gothic cathedrals, castles, medieval squares, cobblestone streets, and bridges. It's known for its centuries of history and cultural heritage, the center of Prague has been included in the UNESCO list of World Heritages. Prague is a joy to discover from the water thanks to the gorgeous Vltava River flowing through the center of the city. Read on to find how you can explore this beautiful city by boat.
Vltava River Cruises in Prague is back post-Covid-19 and they have introduced a host of safety measures to make this a safe and enjoyable experience. If you are planning to go on a cruise, ensure that you are familiar with all the protocols in place.
If you cancel this ticket up to 24 hours before the scheduled departure time, you will receive a full refund.
Ages 2 years and below go free. Children aged 3-11 enjoy reduced prices on their tickets. Students between the ages of 11-26 years also enjoy reduced prices on the 1-hour panoramic cruise tickets and the evening dinner cruise. Ages 15 and below enjoy reduced pricing on the 6-hour city tour
This Neo-Renaissance structure was constructed between 1876 and 1884. The Czech Philharmonic first performed at the Rudolfinum in 1896 under the command of Antonn Dvoák, making it Prague's most prominent music hall.
The National Theatre, which was built in 1883, is often regarded as the most significant stage in the Czech Republic. It is the centerpiece of the National Theatre institution, which now consists of four buildings and four companies.
This stone pedestrian bridge spans the Vltava River and connects the Old Town and the Lesser Town. It's 1,693 feet long and has thirty high renaissance statues of angels and patron saints on each side.
Named after painter Josef Mánes, the Manes Bridge is the 9th bridge over the River Vltava. 186 meters long and 16 meters wide, the bridge connects the Aleš Embankment and Rudolfinum to the Lesser Quarter.
Svatopluk Čech Bridge or Čech Bridge is an arch bridge that stands over the river Vltava. At 169 meters, it is one of the shortest bridges in Prague. It is the only Art Nouveau-style bridge in the Czech Republic.
This suspension bridge opened in 1868. It was designed by Rowland Mason Ordish, an English engineer. Unable to bear the weight of the increasing traffic, the bridge was demolished in 1914 and replaced with a modern one.
A 75-foot-tall functioning metronome stands in Letna Park. Designed by Vratislav Novak, it is likely to be the largest metronome in the world. At the base, you will find a plaque with the inscription, "In time, all things pass...'
Located next to the Charles Bridge, on the right bank of the river Vltava, the Bedřich Smetana Museum is a museum dedicated to the life and works of Bedrich Smetana, who is regarded as the father of Czech music.
On the Vltava River, on the side of the Mala Strana, you will find the Kampa Island. It is separated from the Mala Strana by an artificial channel called the Devil's Stream. It is one of the most picturesque spots in Prague.
Built in neoclassical architecture style, the Podoli Waterworks is located on the right side of Vltava River. Since 2003, the Podoli Waterworks only functions as a backup water source. It is also a museum on Prague Waterworks.
The Nationale-Nederland building is known as the Dancing House. The building resembles a pair of dancers, which earned it its other name, Fred and Ginger. Its non-traditional design was the source of much controversy as it stood out against the traditional designs that Prague was known for.
Smíchov Canal Lock, located at the Janacek Embankment under the Petzilkovsky Island, is one of the four canal locks in Prague. Smichov is the oldest canal lock on the river.
A sightseeing cruise is best for those looking for someone who is looking to view the most iconic sights of Prague and get an insight into the city's rich culture and history. The 1-Hour Panoramic Vltava River Cruise, which starts at €11.60, is the most budget-friendly option among all the sightseeing cruise options. This is perfect for first-time visitors to Prague, who want to can enjoy the picturesque scenes of the city while floating along the beautiful River Vltava.
Enjoy a relaxing cruise during the morning so you can enjoy uninterrupted views of Prague. A sightseeing cruise also allows you to enjoy the many landmarks in the city from a unique vantage point. The 2-Hour Vltava River Sightseeing Cruise will allow you to float past the all-encompassing Charles Bridge, and pass by sights like the Prague Castle, Rudolfinum, the National Theatre, Podolí Waterworks, the Baroque fort of Vyšehrad, and the oldest of canal locks in Smíchov. The 6-hour city tour, which ends with a lunch on a cruise boat is also a great option for those who wish to soak up as many sights as possible.
A Prague Cruise with lunch or dinner is ideal for those who want to enjoy traditional Czech cuisine and drinks as you sail along the River Vltava. Most cruises offer a buffet, which allows you to try a wide range of dishes from a delectable spread while listening to some live music. Some sights you will get to see include Prague Castle, the Dancing House, Charles Bridge, and Kampa Island. The Evening Dinner Cruise with Live Music is a great option for those who wish to enjoy soothing live music, glorious views of the Prague skyline, and a delectable dinner with their partner.
Address: Dvořákovo nábř., 110 00 Josefov, Czechia
The 6-hour city tour begins at the Astronomical Clock in Old Town Square (Staroměstské nám. 1, 110 00 Josefov, Czechia)
A. Visitors need confirmation of coronavirus vaccination or proof that they have been infected within the past 180 days. The third alternative is to confirm a negative coronavirus test that is no more than 7 days old in the case of the PCR test and 3 days old in the case of the antigen test.
A. Your Prague cruise timings depend on the type of ticket you book. You can choose between sightseeing cruises, evening dinner cruises, as well as lunch cruises. Choose your cruise based on your convenience and their availability.
A. Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 24 hours before the scheduled time of departure.
A. Visitors can choose their cruise based on the time they wish to embark on this cruise. There are sightseeing cruises that take place in the mornings and early evenings, lunch cruises during afternoon hours and dinner cruises for those who wish to see Prague lit up in city lights.
A. Yes, dinner cruises in Prague are now open to the public with ample safety measures in place.
A. Some attractions you’ll get to see on a Prague sightseeing cruise include the Prague Castle, Rudolfinum, the National Theatre, and much more.
Only sightseeing cruises include multilingual audio guides; lunch and dinner cruises do not provide audio guides. However, most cruises provide you with a printed guide (available in 16 languages).
A. Most boats on the Prague River are wheelchair accessible. However, it is best to contact the tour vendor to confirm the same.
Q. This depends on the type of cruise chosen. A sightseeing cruise can take between 50 minutes to 2 hours, while a lunch or dinner cruise takes about 2-6 hours.