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We'll See You There - March 19-29, 2017
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From breathtaking cityscapes to an incredible cultural experience,
traveling to Prague with us will be a fun adventure, and an enlightening, 
life-changing experience.

Ten Days In Prague is an all inclusive trip. Your hotel, daily breakfast and dinner, admission to all attractions including museums, box seats at the theater, gorgeous Prague attractions, and a Medieval dinner with all you can drink beer and wine are all included in the price. Airport pick up and drop off, transportation on trams, buses and metros, and four guides who are fluent in both Czech and English - literally taking you by the hand through the "locals" version of Prague - are also included in the price. You'll also receive a hardback version of My Ten Days in Prague, a personalized photo album of your journey. The price does not include your airfare. 
  • DATES: MARCH 19-29, 2017
  • PRICE: US$6000 w/DD or US$6400 w/CC
Space is limited to 10 people max.
To book your trip, call us immediately at

When you travel to Prague with us, you’ll enjoy:

  • Four guides who speak Czech and English fluently
  • The most beautiful panoramic views in Prague
  • Your choice of meals, thanks to a la carte dinning
  • Box seats at the theater and other special surprises
  • The best sites and attractions Prague has to offer
  • A hotel in the heart of Prague, included in the price
  • Gourmet cuisine at the best local restaurants
  • An intimate and all inclusive guest experience
To see what is included, please see below or click here.

You're invited to join us on our next adventure to Prague, Czech Republic.

You will experience Prague like a local. We will be hopping into trams and riding the metro, climbing hills at the park, and walking downstairs into medival cellars. Many places in Prague are not handicap accessible and if you have problems walking, especially as snow may be present, then this is not the tour for you. We estimate that some days we may walk a total of 5 or 6 kilometers. But we guarantee that they will be the most beautiful cobblestoned steps you've ever taken. 

This trip is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Book your trip now before life’s greatest adventure escapes you!

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Here’s what some of our past clients have to say about traveling with us:

  • “Traveling with a Czech-American family who all speak the language and know the culture is the only way to go. We got to see parts of Prague we never would have known about otherwise. We would've been lost wthout them!”
    - Derek Johnson
  • “Traveling with Ten Days In Prague helped us to avoid the tourist trap in terms of hotel cost, transportation, and food and saved us thousands of dollars, and we got to see twice as much in half the time because of their planning."
    - Diane Simmons
  • “Seeing and experiencing Prague through the eyes of a local is always better than being sent down the tourist route. I'll never forget this awesome experience and will be back to travel with them again. I felt I was with family and home.
    - William Parker

Below is Some of What You'll Experience and See


    Arrival In Prague & Group Dinner

    You'll arrive at the Václav Havel Airport (where so many movies have been filmed portraying every other airport in the world!) for hotel pick up. We'll enjoy a late dinner together so everyone can meet. If your arrival is very late, we'll see you in the morning at breakfast. Either way, we will arrange your airport pick up and drop off so you don't have to worry.

    Prague Castle Compound & Cathedrals

    See the castle on the hill surrounded by buildings? That's Prague Castle. It dates to the 9th Century and the Czech President lives there. Guiness Books say it's the largest castle complex in the world. On the property, which we will visit both during the day and at night when it is even more magical, is the famous St. Vitus Cathedral and St. George's Basilica.

    The Famous Charles Bridge

    Another iconic site is the gothic Charles Bridge, a historic bridge that crosses the Vltava river in Prague. It's construction began in 1357 and it is home to over 30 (mostly baroque) statues of various Saints. Daily it's filled with artists, musicians, and vendors, as well as very rich history. We'll be on and crossing this bridge almost every day as we visit places in the city. 

    Bohemian Carneval

    The Prague Carnival* is a Bohemian carnival that takes place all over Prague. The main objective of the Bohemian Carnevale is to revive the spirit of traditional medieval carnivals which were celebrated both in the streets and in noble palaces. The city of Prague is perfect for such fun, especially at night when everyone dresses up and is in a mood of gaiety and fun. (*This is only available on February trips.)

    The Red Roofs of Prague & Lobkowicz Palace

    There will be many opportunities to see views of Prague from higher places. Our hotel is very close to the castle and several of the places we visit wind up and down the adjacent hills where photographs like this will be possible. One of the best of these is the Lobkowicz Palace where we may stop in for an improptu lunch as we tour the city. 

    The Beautiful Clementinum Library

    The Baroque library hall inside Clementinum is known for its beautiful interior, including ceiling artwork by Jan Hiebl. Its history dates from the existence of a chapel dedicated to Saint Clement in the 11th century. It's been a part of Charles Universiry and in the 1500s was a Jesuit college. The Clementium has been called the "most beautful library in the world". 

    Epicurian Delights & Quintessentially Czech Food

    Did we mention that this is not a get healthy getaway? This is your chance to fill yourself to the point of exploding on buttery, greasy, carb-filled and cholesterol raising deliciousness. Yes, we will be gorging ourselves on Czech foods every chance we get so bring your 'Thanksgiving pants' (the ones with extra room). Luckily, all the walking will balance things out.

    Malá Strana & Nerudva Street

    Baroque architecture predominates, but the history of the district dates back to far before the Baroque era. Malá Strana was founded by the King Ottokar II of Bohemia in 1257. As a royal town it got many privileges and has a very rich history. Home to some of the most colorful houses and palaces in Prague, Nerudova Street is a place where each house has a story. 

    An Evening of Real Czech Hockey* 

    This ain't your Mama's hockey game. Czechs kick ass when it comes to playing hockey and we will be sitting in VIP seats to enjoy all of the action of a game by the famous Sparta team. We'll drink lots of beer, eat the biggest franks on rye-bread, wave our Sparta banners, and learn what being a true Spartan is, watching these gladiators on ice. (*This is only available on February trips.)

    The Old Town Square

    Old Town Square features various architectural styles including the Gothic Church of Our Lady before Týn, the main church of this part of the city since the 14th century. The Prague Orloj is a medieval astronomical clock first installed in 1410, making it the third-oldest astronomical clock in the world and the oldest one still in operation. We will visit these, as well as other beautiful buildings in the Old Town Square.

    Medieval Cellar Taverns for a Night Back in Time

    Wouldn’t you love to go back to the Middle Ages, the age of lords and ladies, knights and damsels, and lavish banquets where you can feast and drink for hours by candlelight? We will wind down labyrinthine passages which lead to small caverns with wooden benches and tables and sit under skulls stuck to rough-hewn stone walls for an evening of food and fun.

    Strahov Monastery

    Founded in 1140, the Strahov Monastery is a large impressive building at the back of Petrin Hill and Prague Castle. It is one of the oldest monasteries of the Premonstratensian Order in the World. The elevated area of the city offers visitors a calm oasis, a place to stroll around, enjoy views over the whole of Prague, and to visit one of the city's most beautiful libraries and architectural beauties of the city.

    The Art Nouveau Cafés of Prague

    The café culture in Prague was at its height in the late 19th century to the 1930’s, when people like Kafka, Einstein and President Masaryk hung out. The cafés are set in stylish buildings in the Art Deco, Art Nouveau, and Cubist Styles. You'll not only have the most heavenly coffee you've ever tasted, but their pastries are to die for. We'll stop in at least 7 of these for afternoon coffee and pastries. Prague bourgeois decadence at it's finest.

    A Night at the Theater

    For one evening we will be sitting in special private box seats in either Prague's National Theater, The State Opera house, or The Estates Theatre, each of which are historically significant and one just as beautiful as the next. Depending on when everyone is booked, will depend on which theater will have the boxes available. Fast booking ensures the best seats!

    Feeding the Swans of the Vltava River

    Everyone who comes to Prague is in love with the Prague swans, including us. We'll make sure you're well equipped with their favorite food, day old Czech bread and rohliks. Don't worry, they're quite used to people and won't bite. We'll hang out until you can get the perfect snaps for your hashtagged photos on instagram. #pragueswans

    The Mucha Museum

    The Mucha Museum is dedicated to the life and work of the world-acclaimed Czech Art Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939), and is housed in the Baroque Kaunický Palace in the very heart of Prague. It offers selection of over 100 exhibits comprising paintings, photographs, charcoal drawings, pastels, lithographs and personal memorabilia.

    St. Vitus Cathedral

    St. Vitus Cathedral is the biggest and most important church in the Czech Republic. To many people, St. Vitus Cathedral is the Prague Castle. The Coronation of Czech Kings and Queens took place in St. Vitus and a door in the southwest corner of the cathedral leads to the crown chamber where the Bohemian coronation jewels are stored.

    Golden Lane (Zlatá ulička)

    Golden Lane is a street situated at the Prague Castle. Its name is connected with 16th century alchemists, who had to look there, according to legends, for a reaction to produce gold. Golden Lane consists of tiny colored houses. There is a medieval museum of armory within the former 14th-century fortification. House #22 was Franz Kafka's house.

    The Loretto (Loreta)

    The Loreto is a large pilgrimage destination in the Hradčany district. It consists of a cloister, the church of the Lord’s Birth, a Holy Hut, and the clock tower with a famous chime. The treasures within include a rare collection of liturgical objects from the 16th to 18th centuries, including the famous "Prague Sun", a monstrance encrusted with 6,222 diamonds.

    Old Jewish Cemetary & Synaogues

    The Old Jewish Cemetery is among the oldest surviving Jewish burial grounds in the world with the earliest tombstone dating back to 1439. Along with the Old-New Synagogue, it is the most important site in the Prague Jewish Town. National Geographic magazine lists it among the top ten cemeteries to visit around the world. We'll walk the Synagogues as well.

    Wenceslas Square (Václavské náměstí)

    Wenceslas square is one of the main city squares in Prague. The square is named after Saint Wenceslas, the patron saint of Bohemia, and has been the site of many historic events. The square is also the site of The National Museum and the famous statue of Wenceslas. 

    The Ancient Gothic Towers

    The Powder Tower is one of the original 13 city gates in Old Town, Prague. We will be seeing the Powder Tower, The Old Bridge Tower, and The Jindřišská Tower, the highest freestanding bell tower in the city, from which we will experience a beautiful 360 degree panoramic view of Prague.

    The Beer Pubs & Czech Pub Food

    Not only is tank beer the strongest you’ve ever tasted with a foam as thick as whipped cream, it is also the world’s best beer. You’ll find yourself delighting in pickled cheeses, smoked franks, toasted breads, and smoked hog knuckles, all the while shouting "Na Zdravi" (To your health).

    The Franz Kafka Museum

    Franz Kafka was one of the greatest figures of 20th century world literature and one of the most famous writers from the Czech Republic. He was born in Prague in 1883 and is known for his books The Metamorphosis, The Trial, and The Castle. At the museum we will see Prague as Kafka portrays it in his books, as a city rich with myths and magic.

    The Municipal House (Obecní dům)

    The Municipal House might be the most impressive example of Art Nouveau architecture in Prague. The exterior is dripping in beautiful details. In the late 14th Century, King Wenceslas IV, established his residence in this area, next to the adjacent Powder Gate, a fragment of Prague’s Old Town fortifications. It was then given the name King’s Court.

    Petrin Hill, Park & Observation Tower

    Built as a mini version of Paris's Eiffel Tower, the Petrin Observation Tower was built in 1891. Climb the 299 steps to reach the top of the tower and the view over Prague is magnificent. Set in large landscaped gardens which make for a pleasant stroll, there is also a funicular train, hall of mirrors, and church on the grounds. Let's hope the cherry blossoms are in bloom!

    Kampa Island, Crawling Babies, & Yellow Penguins

    Kampa is an island on the Vltava river which is seperated from Mala Strana by a picturesque channel called the Devil's Stream. It is known as the Venice of Prague and houses the Kampa Museum. We will walk through the Kampa park, take pictures of the famous yellow penguins on the Vltava river, and stop to see the strange baby statues by David Černy.


    On Pařížská (Paris) Street in Prague, shopping is a pure luxury experience, with elegant stores and high fashion designers like Prada, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany, and Cartier jewelry. Pařížská Street is one of the most beautiful tree-lined streets in Prague with lots of interesting architecture. What Paris has in Schanzelize Street, Prague has in Pařížská Street.

    Local Folklore, Various Sculptures, & Baby Jesus

    On the Charles bridge is a plaque of John of Nepomuk which has been polished to a shine by the many people who had touched it over the centuries. Tradition says that if you rub the bronze plaque, you will one day return to Prague. We'll also visit with the famous Infant Jesus of Prague and pass by hundreds of the most ominous and haunting gargoyles and grotesques that glare down at us from the tops of Cathedrals.

    Trams, Metros & The Longest Escalator

    Náměstí Míru (Peace Square) is the deepest station of the Prague Metro and all of the European Union. The station is equipped with the longest escalator in the EU which takes 2 minutes and 15 seconds to ascend or descend without walking. We'll ride a lot of trams to get around and also take the metro to several places, traveling like the locals do. 
No where else can you experience all of the above and with not one, but four Czech guides to answer all of your questions and guide you through the city like a local. Our small intimate group ensures that you'll not get lost in the big city and that you'll experience many of the places that only the locals know. You will experience Prague the way we live it when we're there. 

This trip is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Book your trip now before life’s greatest adventure escapes you!

To book your trip, hurry and call at
For more information about the tour: