So I have booked a couple of trips for the time we are in Prague – two days taking in the city, castle and especially the Church of Bones – which a friend has recommended to me – (thanks Nick).
Royal Walk Free Tour
On this two-and-a-half-hour walking tour, the best guides in Europe will take you on a captivating journey through a thousand years of Czech history. This tour covers: Old Town Square, Astronomical Clock, Charles’ Bridge, Old Jewish Quarter, Old New Synagogue & the Golem, Powder Tower, Prague Castle & St. Vitus’ Cathedral, Art Nouveau Municipal House, Powder Tower, Church of Our Lady Before Tyn, Wenceslas Square, St. Nicolas Church…and much, much more!
Prague Castle Tour
The Prague Castle is the jewel at the heart of Prague’s beautiful architectural crown and quite simply cannot be missed as part of any trip to the City of a Thousand Spires.This tour covers: Prague Castle, Mala Strana, Hradcany, St. Vitus’ Cathedral, Strahov Monastery and Brewery, St. Nicolas’ Church, Domecek Gestapo/StB Prison, Wallenstein Palace, The Loreto, St. George’s Basilica, ‘Mozart’s House’, Novy Svet, The Black Tower, and much, much more!
Coutesy of http://www.discover-prague.com/
And then we are doing the
Kutná Hora Tour
The macabre sight of Kutná Hora’s bone chapel draws visitors from all over the world. Just one hour outside of Prague lies this gem of Bohemian history, home to much more than piles of skulls and bones. This tour covers: The Sedlec Ossuary (Bone Chapel), Saint Barbara’s Church, Hrádek Castle, The Hussite Wars, The Plague Column, Bohemia’s oldest Cistercian Monastery, Saint James’ Church, The Italian Court – Royal Mint, The Archdeanery, Medieval Ruthardska Street, The Jesuit College, Church of the Assumption of Our Lady and Saint John the Baptist, and much more!
Coutesy of http://www.newpraguetours.com/