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Prague City Pass

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Highlights: Save time and money with Prague Card! Enjoy entry to 44 top city attractions.

  • Free admission to the most popular attractions in Prague and to the extensive project which takes place at Prague Castle which be commemorating the 700th anniversary of the birth of the Czech king and emperor Charles IV (15 May - 28 September 2016)

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    Prague Castle will be commemorating the 700th anniversary of the birth of the Czech king and emperor Charles IV with seven main exhibition projects.
    Get the ticket for free with Prague City Pass
    Prague City Pass is valid 30 days following date of the first entry. Attractions can be entered only once.
    List of discounts is provided in the booklet you'll receive.
    The most important attractions are included in PRAGUE CITY PASS:
    • Prague Castle - Old Royal Palace with Vladislav Hall, St. George's Basilica, Golden Lane with Daliborka Tower, St. Vitus Cathedral. The ticket is valid for 2 days from first entry.
    • Jewish museum in Prague - Maisel Synagogue, Pinkas Synagogue, Old Jewish Cemetery, Klausen Synagogue, Ceremonial Hall. The ticket is valid for 7 days from first entry.

    Prague City Pass holders also receive a free guided bus tour through the centre of Prague, free river cruise and many other discounts and benefits.

    • Enjoy free admission to the most popular attractions in Prague. Take a look at the full list of sites you can visit free of charge with Prague City Pass.
    • Take a free guided bus tour that begins in the center of the city on Narodni street 38, a short distance from the site where the legendary Velvet Revolution, the symbol of the fall of totalitarianism in Czechoslovakia, began in 1989. The tour continues from the New Town, passing some of the most important sites in Prague, through the Old Town and the Lesser Town. The tour ends at Prague Castle, seat of the Czech kings and presidents and the most heavily visited site in the Czech Republic. Take a free cruise through Prague with commentary. A romantic sightseeing cruise is a unique way to see the beauty of Prague and to appreciate the comfort of transport without having to wait at zebra crossings or walking in the heat of summer. Boats have been cruising on the Vltava for over 140 years and you get the great opportunity to experience the way people used to travel years ago.
    • Save time - you needn't wait in queues at ticket offices that are frequently long due to the great interest of tourists from all over the world.
    • Discounts and special offers. Prague City Pass saves you money, not only on admission to the most important attractions and a free bus tour and free boat cruise, but also with many other VIP discounts. For example, Prague City Pass will get you from the airport to your hotel by micro-bus or in a BMW sedan at a fantastic price. Holders receive a discount on boat rides on the Vltava River, on dinners at a number of attractive Prague restaurants, and on purchases of world-famous Bohemian glass, etc.
    All the exhibitions relating to Charles IV's anniversary will be open to the public from 15 May and will last until 28 September 2016.

    The main event of this extensive project taking place at Prague Castle will focus on the almost one-thousand-year history of the coronation of Czech kings, for which Charles IV imprinted binding rules in the middle of the 14th century. The most important insignia of Czech royal power was undoubtedly the Crown of Saint Wenceslas which at the time it was created (before 1346)
    The significance of this anniversary will be highlighted by the special exhibiting of the Czech Crown Jewels in the Vladislav Hall from 15 to 29 May 2016

    Other exhibition projects at Prague Castle will be open from 15 May until 28 September:

    The principal exhibition will be The Sceptre and the Crown in the Imperial Stables, the main benefit of which will be to bring light to some forgotten contexts: for the first time in modern history the focus will be on the original (Gothic) composition of the royal insignia from the time of Charles IV: the royal Czech Crown of Saint Wenceslas has been complemented with the orb and sceptre, artistic replicas of which will be specially restored and exhibited together with other objects used during the coronations of Czech kings, which took place according to Charles IV's Coronation Rules up until the 19th century.

    The second most significant event will be symbolic access to the inner and outer triforia of St Vitus Cathedral, in the form of a simplified three-dimensional reconstruction in the Prague Castle Riding School. The triforium is historically the most guarded area and therefore the walkway on the outer and inner side of the cathedral’s main nave, which is richly decorated with sculptures, is inaccessible to the public. This narrative exhibition, in which visitors will also find the burial cloth of the royal tomb, will be called The Crown of the Kingdom.

    The Crown of the Mother of Cities exhibition in the Teresian Wing will also look at the cathedral as the country's foremost building where rare photographs from Prague Castle's Archive taken during the completion of the cathedral in the 19th and 20th centuries will be exhibited.

    Visitors will be transported to Charles'time with the project entitled The crown in the palm which will present the crown as currency in the Rožmberk Hall.

    Visitors will be brought back to recent history by the exhibit entitled A Crown without a King which, in the rooms where the crown jewels were walled up during the Second World War, will tell the story of this most valuable national relic in the dramatic 20th century.

    An extensive accompanying programme is also being planned: the year of Charles IV will begin on 2 April 2016 with the official start of the summer tourist season. The second year of the Chivalric Festivities will also be held in the spirit of Charles IV's time. Visitors will also be able to walk in the footsteps of Charles IV during guided walks through the Castle grounds.

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    • Departure & Return

    • Please bring your printed voucher to 38 Narodni Street in Prague 1 to exchange it for the Prague Card.
    • Price Includes

    • Free admission to the most popular attractions in Prague and to the extensive project which takes place at Prague Castle which be commemorating the 700th anniversary of the birth of the Czech king and emperor Charles IV (15 May - 28 September 2016)
    • Free guided bus tour through the center of Prague
    • Free river cruise
    • Discounts and benefits 25% to trips outside of Prague, city tours in Prague, restaurants, transfers, car rentals, etc.
    • Booklet in English
    • Price Excludes

    • Meals and beverages, unless specified above
    • Optional gratuities
    • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
    • Additional Note

    • Prague City Pass is valid 30 days following the date of the first entry
    • Prague Castle - the ticket is valid for 2 days from first entry
    • Jewish museum in Prague - the ticket is valid for 7 days from first entry
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    • Complete operator information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, are included on your e-ticket. You must print and bring e-ticket(s) on your trip, as they serve as proof of purchase.

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