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- prague card guide
Prague Card is a sightseeing pass which gives you an outstanding way to explore everything the city has
to offer. Visit Prague Castle, world-class Jewish Museum, top attractions like Old Townhall and Petřín Tower, take a free 2-hour Bus Tour. ALL FOR FREE - 50 FREE ATTRACTIONS ! and 30 more with
a discount! In addition, Prague Card gives you unlimited access to the City Public Transport !
|With a Prague Card you have the following BENEFITS:|
► Free Public Transport - Bus, Metro, Tram, River Ferries and Petřín Funicular
► Free Airport Express - bus for your airport transfer
► Free Bus Tour - 2-hour Historical Prague Tour
► Free entry to Prague Castle - St.Vitus Cathedral, Royal Palace, Golden Lane, St.George's Basilic
► Free entry to Jewish Museum - synagogues and famous Old Jewish Cemetery (6 sites)
► Free entry to 50 attractions and significant DISCOUNTS on access to another 30+ attractions
► Discounted tours, cruises, concerts, restaurants with discounts up to -50%
► Free Guidebook packed with information about the attractions in 7 languages
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|Prague Card is available for 2, 3, 4 days.
It is valid for consecutive calendar days.
There is ADULT CARD (16+) and CHILD/STUDENT CARD (6-16, students -26).
You need a student ID to use a student Prague Card. Children under 6 years have free admission to the majority of the attractions, they do not need a Prague Card. Just a few attractions charge for their entry.
The PRAGUE CARD is VALID only when there is the HOLDER'S NAME and the STARTING DAY of its use on the card. You will get a DATE STICKER with the card. The staff in infocentre will perforate the starting day according to your wish and stick it on the back side of the card.
Without the starting day marked on the card, it is not valid and you cannot use it. In such a case you risk penalty by transport control and you cannot enter free the attractions.
Just how much can you save with the Prague Card? Use Prague Card Calculator », a smart tool to show your savings according to your itinerary. See also the sample of attractions visited with 3 Day Prague Card:
|DAY 1: Take a free bus tour and explore Prague Castle||full price||price with PC|
|Historical Prague Bus Tour
Prague Castle Tour B
National Gallery - Sternberg, Schwarzenberg and Salm Palaces
|DAY 2: Explore Old Town, Jewish Museum and take a free cruise|
|Old TownHall and Old TownHall Tower
Kinsky Palace and St.Agnes Convent
|DAY 3: Explore some museums and attractions in the New Town|
|National Museum and Prague City Museum
Troja Chateau and Veletržní Palace
3 Day Transport Pass
|TOTAL FULL PRICE / 3 DAY PRAGUE CARD PRICE||3000 Kč||1540 Kč|
|To help you benefit from using the Prague Card and plan your sightseeing, each card comes with a Guidebook in 7 languages (English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Czech).
This guide is packed full of information about all of our participating attractions. Every attraction on the card is described on its own page. There are also detailed maps for all main Prague districts and map of Prague Transport system.
| You can study Prague Card Guide even before you get the card.
Just open its ONLINE E-BOOK VERSION or download it at
BOOKLETIA TRAVEL BROCHURES LIBRARY »
|NEW PARTNERS JOINED PRAGUE CARD in August 2014:|
|Film Special Effects Museum»
Discover the world of Karel Zeman, the inventor of film special effects (-25%)
Your Private Opera in Prague (-20%)
the Art of Make Believe (-30%)
Exceptional Show with Soloists from Czech Philharmonic Orchestra (-25%)
The Biggest Beer Exhibition in Prague, Tasting, Tradition, Historical Cellar (-30%)
|Show u Fleků»
Old Prague Music Foklor Show with traditional Dark Beer (-20%)
Just Choose your Language and Explore the most Important Monuments with Personal Audioguide (-30%)
NATIONAL MUSEUM CLOSED FOR RECONSTRUCTION
Due to a reconstruction, the historical building of the National Museum is closed from 2011.
With your Prague Card you can visit free other buildings of the National Museum»
They offer many interesting exhibitions...