Prague Survival Kit Combo

Prague Survival Kit Combo has been discontinued

This is a combination of the Prague Survival Kit and the A6 Printed Walking Tours Book. Descriptions of both are below. It’s cheaper to buy the combo than the individual items separately.

prague survival kit combo contents
Kit contents

The Prague Survival Kit

The Prague Survival Kit gives visitors to the city a little edge. Right from before arrival you’ve had a chance to peruse the colourful artistic map of central Prague and familiarise yourself with the streets and locations of the main tourist attractions. You’ve also prepared yourself with 50 basic words and phrases (written in English, Czech and phonetically so you just say it as it looks) to recognise and use when you get here.

On arrival you won’t need to queue for public transport tickets because you have already got them. You won’t get any hassle from taxi drivers as you can show them “in Czech language” where exactly you want to go. Using the “How to Eat Czech” guide you’ve already been able to experience what Czech food will be like, how to translate menus, how to order and general restaurant etiquette. You’ll keep a little book of “help cards” with you just in case of emergency.

Contents include: Artistic map 1:5000 scale in English will info on popular major tourist attractions, Menu translator/guide, 50 words/phrases (phonetic), 2x Adult 32CZK (60 minutes of travel in the centre) public transport tickets, pack of 10 help cards (English/Czech). Remember that you can also add Three-Day Public Transport Passes to this package.

The Printed A6 Walking Tours Book

For people that want to turn pages, the Prague Walking Tours Book is an A6 (pocket-size), colourful printed and ring-bound book with 15 self-guide walking tours covering the Old Town, Jewish Quarter, New Town, Lesser Town and Prague Castle area. It was written by me and self-published back in 2011 before I became a Prague Tour Guide.

Most tours start in one of the large squares in the city. The walks can be done separately or in order from 1 to 15 depending on how much time you want to spend. Each tour gives an approximate amount of time required. Leave it in your bag and if you fancy a bit more of a structured look at the city then choose a walk.

If you like the off-the-beaten-path style but you want more info then consider one of my GUIDED PRAGUE WALKING TOURS (scheduled or private) at https://www.livingpraguetours.com.

My Own Guided Tours – Cheaper Than You Think!

prague tour guide jason next to the vltava river
“Like being shown around by a knowledgeable friend” – Trip Advisor Review