Christmas In Prague
This activity is available from Monday November 26, 2018 to Sunday December 30, 2018
Christmas in Prague is a great time to visit the Czech capital, with its lively Christmas market on the main square of the city center and beautiful illuminations all around town.
The best way to visit Prague’s city center is to take a walk through it. It’s small pedestrian streets, its animation and friendly inhabitants, its highlights and off the beaten-path curiosities… All this will keep you and your children highly engaged!
But when it comes to Christmas, the city takes on a new look and the Christmas spirit is everywhere, making Prague one of the best places to spend Christmas in Europe.
Start by meeting your private, fully-licensed and experienced guide in front of the iconic Charles Bridge, which is the oldest bridge of Prague and surely one of the most popular sites visitors want to see. Follow him/her through the narrow streets of Prague in search of its most precious highlights. Without crossing the Bridge, you will see Prague Castle on the other side of the river, magnificently lit during the Christmas period. Then, through the small streets, you will reach the main square, where you and your children will be able to observe the famous Astronomical Clock.
Prague’s most lively and popular Christmas market lies on that main square and it is the perfect area to discover the traditional decorations and foods the people of Prague buy and eat during this special time of the year.
To make it extra special for the children, your guide will be giving fun-facts and telling stories that the young ones will be able to relate to. This all turns into a true family-bonding moment for Christmas that you and your children will never forget.
- A private, fully licensed guide
- A walk from Charles Bridge to the main square
- A visit of the charming Christmas market
|Price per family (6 people max)||
|Duration of the activity||2 hours|
|Minimum age||6 years|
|What is included:||
– Private experienced guide
– A short walk in the old town
– A visit of the Christmas market