Mind you! Free as they may be, the tours are conducted by experienced guides who act as ambassadors of their city and will tell you stories which no guidebook can ever tell you. Our tour covered the major highlights of the city (The Old town, the new town, the Jewish quarters, the Charles bridge and the John Lenon Wall). A definite must do for any visitor to Prague, it is a great way for a general introduction to the city and gives you an opportunity to explore the ones you like at your own pace later. Additionally, you have at your disposal all the local recommendations on places to eat, to shop and to see. Do not forget to click a photograph in front of the famed John Lenon Wall.
Fun Facts to know when in Prague:
1. Each house in Medieval Prague has a name, yes!! A distinct name. The name is based on a sign placed near the entrance of the house. E.g. if the sign is a Blue Horse, the house would be called the house with a blue horse. It is really fascinating; you can keep guessing the names of the houses while walking around the city for the next 2 days.
2. The Prague castle took more than 600 years to be built. Yes!! More than the Taj Mahal and the Great Pyramids. It is an absolute treat to watch the castle and how time has had a marvellous impact on its architectural style.
3. Something about the Czechs! The Czechs are the world's highest consuming beer folks people in the world on a per capita basis (almost 1.5 liters per day per adult). They have a great sense of humour, not the most cordial lot, but definitely a lot proud of their rich culture.
Post the Walking tour, you’d like to relax and have lunch. You can try the Italian cafe right in front of St. Nicholas Church; called Pizza in Piazza for lunch, it is hard to fault a classic Pizza Margherita (vegetarians save this ) and gulp it down with the famous Czech Pilsner beer.