Why are giant babies climbing on the Zizkov Tower? Is the Charles Bridge made out of eggs? Why is there a metronome on Letna Hill? Prague is more than just beautiful-- it is full of strange, fascinating sometimes-unbelievable stories. You will visit places that will really get you "under the skin" of Prague. From the game-changing "defenestration" sites, to the dodgy monoliths of communism, to present-day Vinohrady where you can visit a bar dedicated to Homer Simpson. . . See a Prague that is quirky and curious - and definitely no fairy tale! Boy, will you entertain your friends at home!
Trip includes a free beer at u Houmra, plus a crash course on the mysteries of Prague public transport. Wear comfortable shoes!
Kafka Statue, Josefov
Starting at the Kafka Statue in Josefov, we will visit and view the quirkiest sites in Prague center, crossing the river by foot to Kampa Island (including a pit stop at a very special hot dog stand--) Then we'll board the infamous tram no.22 (the "tourist gobbler"-- but don't worry! You'll have the right ticket! I promise!) We'll go to Nusle Bridge and see a view of Prague's darker side; then head for a beer in Vinohrady at u Houmra, Prague's only bar dedicated to the life& works of Homer Simpson.
Discover the city beyond limits of your guidebook & skip the tourist traps with Gudilo!