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Live-Stream Virtual Tour of Prague's New Town and Wenceslas Square
75-Minute Virtual Tour of Prague's New Town and Wenceslas Square
National Museum, Art Nouveau Palaces, Turn-of-Century Arcades, Fabled Sculptures and Gardens
Historic sites of the Warsaw Pact Invasion and Velvet Revolution
This virtual tour makes it possible for you to explore Prague from the comfort of home in real-time with a friendly local historian. You discover the 660-year-old Wenceslas Square, from its centuries as a medieval horse market to its modern fame as the site of the Velvet Revolution that brought down the Cold War regime in 1989. Tanks famously converged on the square in the Warsaw Pact Invasion of 1968. This one iconic space holds countless stories of Prague from the middle ages to modern decades. You encounter fascinating 19th and 20th landmarks, art nouveau and art deco palaces and even communist-era relics. We experience the labyrinth of arcades that line the square, a nearby monastery garden and other legendary spots in Prague’s New Town, once the largest walled-in city in medieval Europe. At each major site, your guide pauses for Q & A.
Note: You’ll enjoy a stunning day tour or beautiful illuminated evening tour depending on sunset in Prague on your tour date.
Journey on a live-streamed tour through Prague's famous Wenceslas Square with a local historian, visiting the most important sites connected to the Warsaw Pact Invasion and Velvet Revolution.
Explore New Town Boulevards before diving into the art deco Lucerna Complex built by the Vaclav Havel's grandfather, home to the first Czech cinema and the famous concert hall where Louis Armstrong performed during the totalitarian years.
Take in the grand National Museum and the equestrian statue of St. Wenceslas, built to bolster Czech autonomy from the Habsburg Empire, along with the brutalist former Communist Parliament Building and socialist-era Hotel Jalta, concluding at the nearby Franciscans' monastery garden with a view onto the 14th-century Church of Our Lady of Snows.
Private tour :
$135 (1-30 devices)
$195 (31-60 devices)
$275 (61-100 devices)
*Go on an unforgettable private virtual tour with friends and family!
Tour times are in CET (Central European Time). Depending on the time you book and season, you’ll enjoy a stunning day tour or a beautiful illuminated evening tour. Check Prague’s sunset by date here.
Private tours: daily at 10 AM CET, 11:30 AM CET, 1 PM CET, 2:30 PM CET, 4 PM CET, 5:30 PM CET, 7 PM, CET, 8:30 PM CET, 10 PM CET.
How it works
You are emailed a special link to join the live stream tour after booking
Private tours: Daily
Private tours: up to 1-30, 31-60, 61-100 devices.
Our walks operate in almost any weather except the most severe. In the case of weather conditions that make our live stream impossible, we refund or reschedule according to your preference.
What to bring
Curiosity and questions!
About your guide
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For cancellations, 48 hours before your scheduled tour, Insight Cities offers a full refund. We cannot refund cancellations within 48 hours of a scheduled tour as we need to pay our guide.
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See What Our Guests are Saying
This was a wonderful tour for my 85 year old mum and myself, Bonita met us in the hotel and we took the tram to the gardens. She is so knowledgeable and experienced in Prague, the history and insight she gave us was amazing! I would highly recommend for garden and history lovers!
I’d rebook with them any day (and I’d welcome them into our home if they ever venture to our part of the world) and I will highly recommend them to anyone of my colleagues or friends who are taking a similar trip. Pricing – is it the cheapest? Nope. Is it entirely worth it? Yes! The experience and attention to detail and overall feel of our vacation was entirely worth it.