Recently we have prepared a miniseries about historical Prague and its historical sights. This time we will show you all the major monuments, which cannot be missed when viewed from the water surface, and they are really worth seeing.
These include for example the National Theater, which is not called the Golden Chapel for nothing. In the midday sun its golden rood will be shining beautifully, so if you choose to enjoy lunch on one of our boats, the National Theater will certainly captivate you.
Looking at the waterfront you will be surely intrigued by the unconventional modern building that resonates with the surrounding historical buildings - the famous Dancing House. Veiled in the evening light it looks exceptional, so why not check it out during dinner on the boat or even better while indulging in a gourmet experience called Sweet Prague.
You will certainly not miss the imposing neo-Renaissance Rudolfinum building, which can be seen on our one-hour cruise, of which we have prepared a new option - with coffee and cake.
And if you decide to sail with us on a two-hour cruise or a two-hour cruise with dessert, you can enjoy the experience of passing through the Smíchov lock, another historically valuable monument that still serves its purpose.
For the next time we have prepared for you an introduction of Prague embankments.
Look at the famous Prague sights from a different perspective. Our sightseeing cruises on one of our boats will provide you with this unique opportunity.
Our long-term goal is to build a modern and wholly ecological fleet. This trend continues this year...
Open House Prague hosted a truly unique event in the form of a cruise on the last of the two historical steamboats, the Vltava.
The Vltava steamboat became one of the nineteen reading places within the literary happening Night of Literature 2019.