Tour on a ship is one of the most interesting sightseeing tours around Prague. The capital of the Czech Republic was built along the river where once was located the Great Silk Road – the caravan route linking Asia and the Mediterranean in ancient times. Do not miss the opportunity to look at Prague from a completely different perspective, to see it the way it appeared before the eyes of the ancient travelers and traders. See its beauty from a new angle, enjoy the surprising panoramic views and just relax away from the bustle while listening to the sound of splashing water.
The advantages of a tour on a ship are comfort and simplicity without compromising the content of the tour. It is much nicer to enjoy the views of one of the most beautiful cities in Europe on the deck of the ship with the ability to relax and enjoy a cold beer, than, for example, to walk everywhere on foot. Most of the ships sail away from the Old Town Square in the direction of the famous Vyšehrad, which is an ancient fortress on a rock, which once was not less significant than the Prague Castle. Before your eyes will appear the majestic Charles Bridge, which stands on sixteen powerful stone pillars. The silhouettes of statues of the saints disappearing in the glow of the setting sun are looking especially beautiful. In the evening the Prague Castle lights are being lit. High bell tower of St. Vitus Cathedral, the Royal Palace, the gardens – all of this at night is being illuminated with huge spotlights. On the way back we advise to pay attention to the "Eiffel Tower" located on the famous Petřín hill. As the story goes, the ancient clairvoyant once predicted fame and fortune for Prague there.
- Tours on a ship can be very different: 2-hour tour, 3-hour tour, with a dinner and a guide or entirely without an accompanying person; tour can also be conducted in different languages.
- Most of the ships have enclosed compartments and open decks; if you want you can always get some air or, for example, you can get on the roof to enjoy the night lights and fireworks.