Are you one of those people who just aren't satisfied with all the typical touristy attractions? Do you like to get lost and explore places where most travelers usually don't set foot? If you answered “yes” to both these questions, then my tour is perfect for you. What is the story behind the commander who built the beautiful baroque Wallenstein garden? How many people left the country during the communist regime and what happened after the fall of communism? Which famous film couple inspired the concept of the Dancing House? What does the code name Operation Anthropoid means? I will tell you the history and stories behind the best hidden places in Prague and the people associated with them. Learn all about the life of the first President of the Czech Republic, Vaclav Havel, the famous musician John Lennon, and the well known controversial Czech artist, David Cerny. Capture cool pictures for your Instagram and make your stay in Prague unforgettable!
During my college studies I spent lot of time travelling and working abroad (U.S, UK and Netherlands). Travelling is my biggest passion. In the past few years I've visited more than 22 countries. But none of them is as close to my heart as Czech Republic & Prague. I am originally from Bratislava, Slovakia. I live in Prague now for 3,5 years. From the first moment I came to Prague I knew I want to stay in this beautiful historic fairy-tale city and I am proud to call Prague my home now. Despite travelling, my biggest passions are: running, yoga, history, photography and hiking. I will be really happy to host you in my wonderful city, telling you more about its history, architecture and culture. Please if you have any questions, reach me out. I am able to personalize tour on your preferences & answer your questions. See you soon in Prague!
We kick off our tour in Wallenstein garden with an amazing view of the Prague Castle. Later we move to Kampa Island, referred to as the Venice of Prague, where we see an old watermill, David Cerny´s art and John Lennon Wall. Moving to the New Town we stop next to the National Theatre where you can write a message on the red Havel’s Heart. We end the tour in Grebovka park outside of the city center where we will be tasting local beer.
Comfortable clothes and shoes for walking
Parents are responsible for their kids. Refreshment and 90 min tram ticket is included in the price. The tour takes place in all weather conditions. This tour is a walking tour. Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes. Protect your head / face (sunglasses) Bring your own water bottle and sun-cream