Tour Guide in Prague

by Pamela Daut
(La Quinta Ca)

Question:

We were wanting to hire a private tour guide while there. Can you please suggest someone or a company that does that. We will have three days to tour.


Answer:

Thanks for getting in touch!

We like to recommend that visitors take a walking tour with a private guide if possible. This type of tour offers much more personal touch.

Plus there is more interaction and guides are open to questions especially if the group is small.

You might consider a walking tour with our friend Eva. She is super friendly and likes to share Prague from her heart. Here is a look at her tours.

If you want to book a tour, please contact us.

The Best of Prague Tour - 4 hours (Strahov Monastery, Prague Castle, Little Prague Venice, Charles Bridge, Old Town, Jewish Quarter)

1 - 2 people: 2 000 CZK (= 73 EUR = 100 USD)
3 - 4 people: 2 500 CZK (= 92 EUR = 125 USD)
5 - 10 people: 3 500 CZK (= 128 EUR = 175 USD)

Right River Bank Tour - 3 hours (Old Town, New Town, Jewish Quarter)

1 - 2 people: 1 500 CZK (= 55 EUR = 74 USD)
3 - 4 people: 2 000 CZK (= 73 EUR = 100 USD)
5 - 10 people: 3 000 CZK (= 110 EUR = 150 USD)

Left River Bank Tour - 3 hours (Strahov Monastery, Prague Castle, Little Quarter)

1 - 2 people: 1 500 CZK (= 63 EUR = 74 USD)
3 - 4 people: 2 000 CZK (= 73 EUR = 100 USD)
5 - 10 people: 3 000 CZK (= 110 EUR = 150 USD)

(Eva has a network of other qualified guides that can provide tours in other languages.)

Free Tours

If you want to save money and don't mind a larger group tour, then consider one of the free tours in Prague. New Europe Tours is one example.

They are technically free, and you just tip the guide at the end of the tour.

Personally I think tours like this can feel automated and much less personal. But in the end it's "free."


If you have any other questions, please feel free to get in touch.

All the best from Prague!

Dean and Martina

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