Based in Seattle and Prague



      TEREZA’S PRAGUE TOURS  Walking  1-3 days

Prague Tours for Individuals and Groups

Trip Overview

Whether you come to Prague as an individual, a family, a student group, or a

corporate team we arrange walking tours (from one to three days) that highlight

the best parts of this amazing city. We understand every group is unique and has

special requests, so we’re ready to tailor an itinerary just for you. Would you like

to focus on history, architecture, food, Prague’s castle, or its museums? Would you

like to trace Prague’s locations involved in the fall of Communism, see Beethoven’s

original Eroica manuscript, or visit inspiring artists’ workshops? After your tour, we

might recommend dining in a vineyard, on a boat, in a park, or at a great vegetarian

or gluten free restaurant. So, when you come to Prague for a week, a weekend, or even a few hours, we’ll help to make your stay an unforgettable experience.

Tours for:

  1. families

  2. groups of friends

  3. corporate retreats

  4. professional colleagues

  5. event planners

  6. student groups

Possible themes:

  1. focus on Prague’s famous history and citizens

  2. visit the Prague castle

  3. link the Best viewpoints

  4. photograph during the ‘golden hour’

  5. visit the best museums

  6. discover restaurants and great food

True tour stories...

Love  Christine and Yoris from Holland vacation without their children only

once a year. This year, their destination was the most romantic city in Central

Europe, Prague. They joined us for two 1/2 day guided tours otherwise, they did

everything themselves, following suggestions we prepared for them in an itinerary.

They especially loved riding in a 1928 Praga vintage car which drove them to a ‘city

picnic’ overlooking the city where we had prepared the spot with pillows, blankets,

champagne and more…

Education  When Birgit approached us, all she wanted was a one day guided

walking tour through Prague for her 25 high school students. After discussing all

possible itineraries, she asked us to arrange three differently themed 1/2 day

walking tours. We also arranged creative Czech language workshops for the

students, went to a Black theatre performance, introduced the Jewish Quarter with

Jewish traditions, and we dined at great restaurants that fit within their budget.

Family  Eva was born in Prague. She’s a holocaust survivor who has been

living in Israel since the 1950s, but she still loves coming to Prague twice a year.

Eva decided to invite her children, grandchildren and some family friends

for a trip to her beloved Prague. She was nervous planning it all herself,

not knowing how to fit together the needs of such a diverse group. We helped

arrange accommodation for her companions, choose memorable restaurants

(some with children’s play corners), and designed an itinerary that made their

stay in Prague a memorable a fun experience.


The Fenix Group is a multinational company. We helped plan and coordinate a

corporate event in Prague for 120 of its worldwide members. They

enjoyed both city and castle tours in small groups with bi-lingual guides. Group

dinners and transportation were prepared and the visit was a delightful success.

Prague based seminars for executives from Ericsson and Procter & Gamble

were topped off with a city walking tour. A smart and understandable city tour

was prepared for these globe trotting guests. The tour included a historic tram

ride and a memorable restaurant with a view of Prague. There was even a

smiling waiter who greeted them in front of the restaurant and served chilled

champagne. They choose from a selection of delicious preset menus, one of

which was vegetarian. There were many happy faces after a long day of seminars.


Price is based on your

group size, itinerary

and number of days.


Dates and times are

flexible, please

contact us.



A list of our favorite picnic spots in

Prague with links to Google Maps so

you know exactly where to go.

Each spot is either a park bench, a

grassy field or a waist high stone wall

(one spot is a row boat). Enjoy!

  22 Best Picnic

Spots in Prague