Prague Walking Tours

Prague Walking Tours


Brilliant way to see Prague, Little did I know it was going to be the best city walking tour I’ve had the privilege to experience. To get the history, tidbits of interest and that in someone who loves what they do is priceless.

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Small group, Native English Guide, Off the Beaten Path. If that sounds good to you then read on and enjoy either a scheduled tour for up to a maximum of 6 people or book a private tour for as few or as many as you want on a fun and interesting journey through various parts of the city.

A Simple 4 Step Process
1) Take a look at the tour summaries below or go to the new livingpraguetours website at https://www.livingpraguetours.com .
2) Click through to the details page to see what’s in the tour.
3) Select a date/time or CONTACT ME with any questions.
4) Make an online booking and receive confirmation email with meeting point details and my phone number.

I am the only guide being reviewed here so I’m confident that reading any of the reviews will give you an idea of how much energy I put into my Prague Walking Tours. Below are the small group scheduled tours but I also do Private Tours.


Prague Walking Tours – Hidden Secrets of the Old Town and Jewish Quarter

Duration: 2 Hours 30 Minutes
Distance/Difficulty: Easy (4.5Km on flat ground)

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Old Town Square and Old Town Hall

This is the original “Flagship” walking tour, most booked and most reviewed that introduces you to the Old Town and the Jewish Quarter. We’ll be starting and finishing on the Old Town Square but everything in between is off the beaten path for the most part. You’ll see “then and now” photos of many places as I tell you their history. A bit of architecture, stories of communism and world war two, heroes and villains. Let me introduce you to the area and give you a foundation to come back and explore. You’ll enjoy learning about why the Old Town and Jewish Quarter looks like it does with a patchwork of different architecture, understand what triggered the Velvet revolution and explore many of the historic passages, courtyards and alleyways.
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Prague Walking Tours – Prague City Walking Tour

Duration: 2 Hours 30 Minutes
Distance/Difficulty: Medium (5Km)

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Bethlehem Chapel

For people who want a quick taste of three of the most popular central districts in the city I offer the 3-in-1 Prague Walking Tour. We start on the Old Town Square where much of Prague’s colourful history takes place but then we head out on the back streets and take in many of the not so well known Old Town attractions. Here we’ll be meeting on the Old Town Square from where we’ll use the historic passages and alleyways to get through both the Old Town and the New Town. We’ll see Bethlehem Square, modern art by David Cerny, Lucerna Passage, a beautiful garden, the Velvet Revolution commemoration and the National Theatre. If that’s not enough we then head over the river to explore one of the oldest and most picturesque areas of Kampa and the Lesser Town. Finally we walk up to Prague Castle and explore the public courtyards and gardens. Includes Tram ticket.
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Prague Walking Tours – Czech Food and Beer Tasting

Duration: 2 Hours 30 Minutes
Distance/Difficulty: 3Km – Easy (Flat Ground with rest stops)

man drinking a large beer
Sometimes I drink as well!

This is a shortened version of the Old Town and Jewish Quarter so as well as learning all about this area of the city we’ll be stopping in a unique bar in the city for a beer along the way. Then at the end of the tour you’ll order some classic Czech food and try another SIX local Czech beers. It’s a very relaxing walk around the most popular part of the city but I’ll also get you off the beaten path. If you are looking to ask a lot of questions about the city then this is a good option for you as we’ll be sitting down over a beer for at least an hour of the tour.
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Prague Christmas Markets Walking Tour (December-only)

Duration: 2 Hours 30 Minutes
Distance/Difficulty: 3Km on flat ground – Easy

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Wenceslas Square at Christmas

On the Prague Christmas Markets walking tour we start in the New Town to see some of the more modern and unique stories of the city including the Wenceslas Square market. Then we’ll work our way over to the Republic Square market where we’ll take a food/drink stop (optional) and I’ll explain all about what’s on offer and our own Christmas Traditions. Then we use the historic passages and alleyways to get through both the Old Town and the Jewish Quarter before I show you the Old Town Square Christmas Market where we finish with stories of the most important features of the square and it’s history. And if I time it right you get to see the Old Town Square Christmas Tree sound and light show.
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World War Two

Duration: 2 Hours
Distance/Difficulty: 3km – Easy

prague world war two nicholas winton memorial
WW2 Memorials

This is my own personal look at World War Two in Prague. It’s a chronological journey that starts in the early 13th Century but focuses on the period 1938 to 1945. Prague was not the scene of heavy bombing or land battles so this is a story of characters both good and bad, ideology and an ultimate vision of Europe that would have killed upwards on 300 million people.
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Prague Architecture

Duration: 2 Hours
Distance/Difficulty: 3km – Easy

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Municipal House, Republic Square

Sometimes people want to go deeper than just a story about a building or maybe a style. So the Prague Architecture tour does a deep dive into why the city looks like it does, the main influencers of the time and several of the architects that designed what you see today. By the end of this tour you’ll have covered a thousand years of history, recognised signature design elements of various architects and understood the battle between the modernists and the revivalists.
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Your Guide

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Read about me, my ethos, why I started the tours and much more on https://www.livingpraguetours.com. My name is Jason and I’ve lived here in Prague since 1996. I’m English and first came to Prague to work with Motorola. As can happen I met a girl and settled here two years later. I became resident in 2005 the same year I started livingprague.com and published my first Prague walking tours guides in 2011. I’m a former Trip Advisor Local Expert for the city (Sova). I’m also a fairly inquizitive person and have spent years digging around understanding Prague so let me show you the hidden parts of city in my own unique way. Feel free to CONTACT ME, I’ll always do my best to help you, give advice and local recommendations.