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This cruise through the waterways of Prague is a great way to relax and learn about the history of Prague through a new perspective. The boat departs from the Charles Bridge and passes the Prague Castle and “The Devil’s Channel” (Čertovka). There are complimentary beverages on board and your ticket will allow you into the Charles Bridge museum where you can continue to learn about the oldest bridge in Prague.
If you’re looking for a unique way to explore Prague, the Urban Segway Tour is just what you need. You can ride up and down the hills of Prague while discovering the famous sites and beautiful landscape that Prague has to offer. From the Prague Castle to the Strahov Monastery, you will be accompanied by a personal and knowledgeable guide who will share with you the hidden stories of the historic locations a landmarks. This is a truly unique experience you don’t want to miss.
Eve is a licensed tour guide of Prague and the Czech Republic, and holds a special license for the Jewish Museum. Growing up in the historic center of Prague, Eve always learned about stories and mysteries of the city. After traveling around the world and living abroad for multiple years, she decided to turn her passion and interest in history into a career. Eve now loves her job as a tour guide and is excited to show you around the wonderful city!
Anita Stanislawska is a licensed Kraków City Guide and Kraków enthusiast, passionate about sharing her wonderful and magical city with tourists. With Anita, you can explore Poland’s former capital with a broader look of its historical relationship with the rest of Europe. Learn about past kings, popes, cultures, religions, and how they have all shaped the Kraków of present times on one of Anita’s specially curated tours.
Anita organizes private guided tours for individuals, small groups, and large groups, such as schools. Aside from traditional tours around historical sites and monuments, you can enlist in a Recreation and Day Spa in Kraków, a day of City Games, or a meeting with World War II survivors – experiences that can enrich your trip and make it all the more memorable. Typical tours include private guided trips within Kraków with a special focus on the Jewish district, Kazimierz, as well as memory tours to Auschwitz and Birkenau, historic tours of the Salt Mine, and nature-based tours to incredible sites like Zakopane, Tatra Mountains, Dunajec River, and the Pieniny Mountains.
If you’re interested in learning about another religion that has important ties in Poland’s history, Anita offers Catholic tours, among other options. Tours can be given in English, Russian, German, Italian and an array of other languages, either by the tour guide or with use of a translator. Regardless of your tour needs and desires, Anita is here to help you experience Kraków and Poland and all its historical and cultural treasures.