Day Tour

Prague - Vysehrad fort, Lesser Town with a car/minivan support (3 Hours 30 Minutes)

Patriot Travel - Czech Republic

Praha, Czech Republic

Valid for Travel Now Through: 31 Dec 2018

Prague - Vysehrad fort, Lesser Town with a car/minivan support (3 hours 30 minutes)

Praha, Czech Republic

Tour Features


  • Culture, History & Arts
  • Family Vacations
  • Sightseeing



Recommended Ages

All Ages

Activity Level



On this tour you will see more remote Prague sights, such as the Vysehrad Fort from where you will see Prague from a different perspective. Afterwards and upon the discussion with the guide, you may be taken to see the Lesser Town with all its hidden corners, tiny streets and where you can feel the atmosphere of old times. Or you can be taken to the very nice Troja Chateau which nowadays serves as a gallery and you can admire its beautiful and calm gardens and surroundings.

Vysehrad fort

This was originally Chrasten Castle, which was established at some time in the 10th century, that also became a Premyslids mint and the first Czech King Vratislav even dwelled here for a while. Vysehrad's importance was diminishing from the second half of the 12th century but Charles IV. Unfortunately, most of the buildings were destroyed when the Hussites defeated Zikmund. It was finally rebuilt into a Baroque fort after 1650.

There are many historical buildings in the Vysehrad areal. For example St. Peter and Pavel Capitular Cathedral, St. Martin Romanic Rotunda, cemetery with Slavin, casemates of the Baroque fort, foundations and remains of Romanic and Gothic buildings as well as constructions from newer times.

Vysehrad also offers extensive parks with sculptures, views over Prague and a summer amphitheatre. The Vysehrad Gallery exhibits paintings, sculptures and photography. This place is veiled with many legends, for example of Horymir, Libuse, Bivoj, about the treasure, the Devil's pillars, etc. that you will hear from our guides.

Lesser Town

The Lesser Town was founded in 1257 on the slopes bellow the Prague castle and it is the part of Prague least affected by resent history.

Nerudova Street

Named after the poet and journalist Jan Neruda, who lived at No 47 in the House of Two Suns, it is the picturesque narrow street that leads up to Prague castle as a part of Royal Way. There is a splendid selection of heraldic beasts and emblems on the houses, for example the Red Eagle, the Three Fiddles, the Golden Horseshoe, the Green lobster and the White Swan.

There are also a number of grand Baroque buildings, such as the Thun-Hohenstain Palace, the Morzin Palace, and the Church of Our Lady of Unceasing Succour.

Lesser Town Square

Started as a market place it has always been the centre of life in the Lesser Town. Today, there are official buildings and restaurants. The important buildings include the St Nicholas Church, the Town Hall, the Sternberg Palace, and the Smiřický Palace. On the facade of the Baroque Kaiserstain Palace there is a bust of the great Czech soprano Emma Destinn who lived there between 1908 and 1914.

St. Nicholas Church

It is the dominant of the Lesser Town Square and one of central Europe's finest baroque buildings begun by Kristof Dientzenhofer, continued by his son Kilian and finished by Anselmo Lurago. The statues, fresçoes and paintings inside the church are by leading artists of the day, such as Karel Škréta and Johann Kracker.

Kampa Island

Known as the Venice of Prague, Kampa Island has been formed by a branch of the Vltava called the Devil's Stream. Originally there were only gardens on the island but it was also used for washing clothes and bleaching linen. In the 17th century the island became well known for its pottery markets. Today it is an elegant part of Prague with a village-like character.

Troja Chateau

This ia a unique Baroque villa of Italian type based on Jean Baptist Mathey's plans and built by count Vaclav Adalbert from Sternberk after 1679. You will find a permanent exposition "Czech Art in the 19th Century" there - a large collection of pieces by Vaclav Brozik and Jaroslav Cermak. Its interior was decorated by Francesco and Giovanni Marchetti from Trident; the illusive paintings in the main hall were made by Flemish painters Abraham and Isaac Godyn. The Italian garden and Early-Baroque garden nursery with a labyrinth host a European unique collection of terracotta vases, busts and allegorical figures by Italian Bombelli.

About Us

We are a small deluxe family run company located in Prague, Czech Republic. We can help you to arrange anything your clients may think of. With just a simple tranfer from the airport to a full itinerary with transfers, guides, evening programs as well as hotel reservations.

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Terms & Conditions

Payment Conditions:

All prices are quoted in EUR and are NET to us. The prices are inclusive of all taxes and service charges announced by our government at the date of your request / confirmation (if accommodation is calculated there is 15% VAT included. Should that change before arrival the price will be adjusted automatically). Both deposit and final payments are due upon agreement of both sides. Payment can be done in EUR or USD at a current cross rate at the date of payment (one month to two weeks before arrival - unless prepayment or deposit is requested).

Note: when charging credit card, the price quoted does not always match the account statement figure of the client. According to Czech law we have to charge in local currency - CZK and use an official exchange rate of CNB (Czech National Bank) and the rate of the processing bank is not always the same.

Cancellation policy - this is done on case to case basis, but here are some guidelines. We request to have a payment on our account between 30 - 14 days prior the clients arrival. When there is an emergency cancellation we usually refund the original sum paid, subtracted only for the bank charges - about 5% of the total paid. We strongly recommend that you have travel insurance in case you are not able to travel. One week prior NO refund cancellation policy will apply on most booking after confirmation. When handling groups, it all depends on our further agreement.

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Highly recommended

By: Sal

Reviewed on: 06 Sep 2013

She is very timely and knowledgeable . Very pleasant to work with and is the very best agent we have ever had
Travel Advisor:  Birgit Navarre

Great service from true professionals

By: suzh

Reviewed on: 29 Oct 2013

We loved our guides and drivers in the Czech and Slovak republics. Ivana was extremely knowledgeable and friendly, Steve a great driver and a charming person, Marcella (in Bratislava) also very warm and knowledgable, and Vaclav friendly and well educated, with excellent English. All prompt, dependable, professional.
Travel Advisor:  Nancy Yale

Highly Recomend

By: Geri

Reviewed on: 01 Jul 2015

Our tour guide was so knowledgable. She was clearly a history buff. We loved our time with her and would recommend her group to anyone!
Travel Advisor:  Alfred Volden


By: Littleb

Reviewed on: 24 Nov 2013

We had a great time and vasclav was a great tour guide for most of the time. He was very knowledgable and always on time. I will say that a few times we had to ask him to keep going. He seemed a little burned out. Maybe because it was the end of the season but we had to ask him to take us to certain parts that we had heard from others were important to first he would try to talk us out of it but then when we insisted he took us. That was a little frustrating but he was very nice
Travel Advisor:  Bowden Sarrett

Highly recommended

By: PP

Reviewed on: 21 May 2014

We spent 5 days in Romania in the capable hands of Mr. Cristian Balanciuc.  He is an excellent guide - knowledgeable about the country, accommodating, and very helpful to a person who has some mobility issues.He didn't insist that we travel at his pace but let us opt out of something if we felt we had had enough walking for the day.  There was excellent variety, and I especially liked the fact that we stayed in delightful local  hotels rather than the regular international ones that you find all over the world.
Travel Advisor:  Trish Gastineau

Interesting guide

By: Karen05

Reviewed on: 05 Aug 2014

Our guide was from Prague and did a really good job of making sure that we were able to see as much of Prague as time allowed. I would highly recommend him.

Excelent Guide

By: Gil1

Reviewed on: 08 Sep 2015

Our guide was excellent!
Travel Advisor:  Tony Huffman

Patriot Travel

By: Bill & Peggy

Reviewed on: 19 Sep 2015

Tour guide was very knowledgable and friendly. Limos were on time.
Travel Advisor:  Valerie Ann Wilson

Expert service

By: Cece4

Reviewed on: 25 Sep 2015

Patriot Travel provided us with a great guide who took us from Vienna to Prague via Cesky Krumlov. Vaclav was very knowledgable and informative. We also had him for a four hour tour in Prague. The hotel Aria was delightful.
Travel Advisor:  Angela Pierson

Ivana is a marvel

By: Deb52

Reviewed on: 05 Oct 2016

Ivana, our wonderful local guide during a week in Prague, was perfect for us. Always patient, warm, enthusiastic, full of fascinating details that really made each of our excursions with her very special. I cannot wait to go back and have her guide us again!
Travel Advisor:  Monica Varri

Wonderful guides

By: Bob45

Reviewed on: 11 Oct 2016

We were in Prague for four and a half days altogether. Patriot Travel arranged our airport transfers and tours to Terezin and to Kutna Hora and Sedlec. Both of our guides were very knowledgable about the history of the Czech Republic and shared their information willlingly. Our guide to Terezin, in particular, spoke movingly about the relocation of the Jewish population from Prague to this concentration camp, her own mother having escaped to Paris and working in the French underground.
Travel Advisor:  Ken Neibaur


By: nancy

Reviewed on: 28 Oct 2016

the guides were fabulous.. took wonderful care of me...
Travel Advisor:  Betsy Patton

Great guides make a trip

By: Packing Princess

Reviewed on: 23 Oct 2016

Four of us traveling together thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Prague thanks to our outstanding guide Alexandra, booked through Patriot Travel. She made such a difference in how we viewed this charming and beautiful city with her lifelong understanding of the culture, history, politics and geography of the place. Her command of English was perfect and she has a good sense of humor, our tour was well paced, plus she introduced us to a wonderful cafe and suggested several good restaurants. All of this on a cold and rainy day!
Travel Advisor:  Marion Hager

car service

By: kevin wolman

Reviewed on: 06 Jun 2017

Prompt but 3.5 hours is a long ride. No ones fault. Mercedes van.
Travel Advisor:  Christie York

Prague Tour

By: dummies

Reviewed on: 13 Jun 2017

Leyna Huber ranged for two morning private tours for us in Prague. Our guide was Ivana and she was excellent. Had a terrific knowledge of the history of Prague, spoke excellent English, and was very entertaining and professional. We thoroughly enjoyed our two mornings with her.
Travel Advisor:  Leyna Huber

Ben's Trip

By: Diana Senior

Reviewed on: 05 Jul 2017

Terrific tour guide and very well informed. Saw many interesting things.
Travel Advisor:  Russell Wagenaar


By: Shelley

Reviewed on: 17 Jul 2017

we had an amazing experience. The guides were very knowledgeable and exceeded our expectations. The.y were also a pleasure to be with
Travel Advisor:  Nancy Yale

to Bratislava

By: dpr

Reviewed on: 04 Aug 2017

Guide in Bratislava was knowledgeable, her English superb. The guide that met us at our hotel and accompanied us to Bratislava was not necessary. Other than some info on Vienna she simply walked along with our guide
Travel Advisor:  Helen Varri


By: Mike

Reviewed on: 16 Sep 2017

Stan and Joseph were excellent. They were knowledgeable, friendly and flexible. We enjoyed them mightily.
Travel Advisor:  Catherine Whitworth


By: Slim

Reviewed on: 21 Sep 2017

Michelle was great. Informative without it being to much!
Travel Advisor:  Bowden Sarrett

Prague Guided Tours

By: Merlyn & Valli Brunken

Reviewed on: 30 Oct 2017

Ivana was our Tour Guide and she was absolutely amazing! We adored her! She spent a perfect amount of time guiding us through and around Prague, and then to Kutna Hora. Our driver was also very good and provided excellent safety for us a couple times when people walked out in front of the car or cars came at us - he was able to think fast and avoid problems. I would definitely recommend Ivana and Patriot Travel again! Really tops....couldn't have been a better experience, really!
Travel Advisor:  Laurie Valdez

Patriot Travel

By: bumpa

Reviewed on: 27 Oct 2017

Very prompt and efficient. Got us to where we wanted to go on time.
Travel Advisor:  Karen Howland


By: John O

Reviewed on: 20 Nov 2017

Very good history lesson
Travel Advisor:  Ron Phillips