Prague is considered, and rightly so, one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Although in recent years tourism has grown so much that it has overflowed the city a bit, it still retains all its charm. Its historic center is spectacular with the Old Town Square and its Astronomical Clock, although you cannot forget the Mala Strana neighborhood, with its famous castle, stroll through the Jewish quarter with its synagogues and the cemetery, or cross the Charles Bridge , one of the emblems of the city. And above all, keep in mind that these are just some of the many things to see and do in Prague.
If you have more time you can do some excursion outside the city or a city tour with a guide in Spanish, to know its history and anecdotes in more detail. We leave you a list of 5 best tours and excursions in Prague in Spanish.
1. Excursion to Karlovy Vary
Karlovy Vary is a beautiful spa town located in the Bohemia area. In the past great celebrities, such as Sigmund Freud, Beethoven, Tolstoy or Karl Marx approached here to get treatments, thanks to its famous thermal and medicinal waters.
Today there are sources of mineral waters scattered throughout the city, from which you can drink, although we warn you: its taste is not too pleasant.
The city, in addition to the thermal centers and their fountains, is architecturally marvelous, with the Ohře river crossing the city and its houses with large pastel-colored facades.
Located about 130 kilometers from Prague, the best option to go is by bus from the central bus station (Florenc), from where every hour buses leave which in just over two hours will take you to Karlovy Vary.
If you do not have much time a good alternative is to book a private transport tour with a guide in Spanish, which is undoubtedly one of the best tours and excursions in Prague.
2. Guided tour of Prague
A route through Prague in 2 days or more, you can start in the Old Town Square by watching its famous Astronomical Clock of the City Hall. To have the best views of its historic center we recommend you go up to the Town Hall Tower and then continue the tour visiting some synagogues of the Jewish quarter or its old cemetery.
After these visits you can continue to know Prague walking through the Stare Mesto neighborhood to the amazing Dancing House and return along the Vltava river bank to cross one of the most beautiful bridges in the world, the Charles I Bridge.
To end this route you can go through the bohemian neighborhood of Mala Strana until you reach the upper part, where you can visit another of the most emblematic places of the city: Prague Castle.
A good alternative if this is your first time in Prague is to book a guided tour in Spanish to tour the city while telling you the history of the places you visit.
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