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Guided Tours

All delegates are cordially invited to participate in one of the following guided tours on May 7th at 14:00:

1. Guided E-Bike tour of Prague

2. Guided Walking tour of Prague

3. Technical Museum of Prague

4. National Gallery in Prague

RIDING E-BIKES IS THE BEST WAY TO SEE THE BEAUTIFUL, HILLY CITY OF PRAGUE IN JUST 3 HOURS!

Taking a Prague By E-Bike Tour is the best way to discover Prague and make the most of your visit. We offer a fleet of environmentally friendly, electric bikes that allow riders to travel smoothly over Prague´s cobblestone streets and climb to sweeping vantage points without ever breaking a sweat. Located close to the famous Charles Bridge in Kampa Park, our Prague By E-Bike office is an ideal starting point for seeing the city's most important monuments. This tour is guided by a young, enthusiastic and licensed guide who will show you parts of the city you would never visit during a typical city tour. Our city tour will follow charming alleyways and riverside paths to sights such as the Charles Bridge, Jewish Quarter, Old Town Square, Letna Park, Prague Castle, Petrin Terraces and more. This Tour is suitable for all ages as the eBike does most of the work, leaving you to enjoy your trip!

Prague by E-Bike

ON THIS 3 HOUR walking TOUR WE COVER 

The golden city, the city of a thousand spires; for centuries Prague has been sweeping visitors off their feet with its romantic streets, soaring towers, and great beer! From the heart of medieval Bohemia to the capital of the holy roman empire, the glory days of Prague rich culture are shadowed by oppression, under both the Nazis and the communists. Beside – and sometimes under- the flowing Voltava river, the Czech capital captivates, inspires and moves like no other city. Our expert guides bring to life the legends and take you in the footsteps of Kafka, good king Wenceslas, and the Golem.

                            Expert GuidesMunicipal HouseOld Town SquareAstrological ClockJan Hus

Old Town Square & Astronomical Clock View of Charles Bridge House of the Black Madonna & Museum of Cubism Church of Our Lady before Týn View of Prague Castle Rudolfinum – Czech Philharmonic Old New Synagogue & the Golem Art Nouveau Municipal House Spanish Synagogue St. Nicolas’ Church Old Jewish Quarter Kinský Palace Wenceslas Square WWII – Prague Uprising Statue of Jan Hus Powder Tower …and much more! Tour starts at the Esplanade Hotel lobby at 14:00 on May 7th.

Technical Museum of Prague

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National Gallery in Prague

The National Gallery in Prague (Czech: Národní galerie v Praze) is a state-owned art gallery in Prague, which manages the largest collection of art in the Czech Republic. The collections of the gallery are not housed in a single building, but are presented in a number of historic structures within the city of Prague, as well as other places. The largest of the gallery sites is the Veletržní Palác, which houses the National Gallery's collection of modern art.

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Veletržní palác houses the largest collection of National Gallery art
Established February 5, 1796
Location Prague
Type Art museum
Director Vít Vlnas (acting)[1]
Website http://www.ngprague.cz/en/