Prague City Pass
Discover the capital of the Czech Republic
Prague Digital Pass
The City Card for Prague
Discover Prague in a relaxed and budget-friendly way with the Prague Digital Pass. This City Pass allows you priority entrance to Prague Castle and the astronomical clock tower. What’s more, entrance to these sights is free, as is a cruise on the Vltava River. In addition, you will get a 10% discount on other attractions, museums and tours in Prague. The Prague Digital Pass is easy to use and saves you the hassle of buying tickets (and queuing) for each attraction separately. This City Card has only advantages and also saves you a lot of money!
The Prague City Pass is particularly suited for Prague visitors who need not see all attractions or museums, but only want to see the highlights. The main advantage of this pass is that it is not restricted to 24 or 48 hours, as many other passes. You decide what you want to see and when, pre-booking or time slots are not needed. This means that you can see the sights at your own pace without being rushed.
Skip the Lines
The Prague Digital Pass (also known as Prague City Pass) allows you to skip the waiting lines and affords fast track entry to popular Prague sights such as Prague Castle, the St Vitus Cathedral and the Astronomical Clock tower.
Three highlights of Prague are included in the Prague Pass:
1. Prague Castle
The castle complex is gigantic and includes churches, palaces, towers, courtyards, museums and gardens. The highlights include St Vitus Cathedral, the Old Royal Palace and Golden Lane. Every day at noon you can watch the ceremony of the changing of the guard. The Castle is located on a hill and Castle Square in front of the main entrance allows a sweeping view of Prague.
2. Astronomical Clock Tower
Every hour on the hour a short spectacle enfolds: Vanity looks at itself in the mirror, Death pulls a cord, Miser grabs a bag of gold and the Turk shakes his head. Then a hatch opens and the apostles walk around. Climb the astronomical clock tower, part of the Town Hal (free with the Prague Pass), and you can see the Astronomical Clock up close. The view from the tower is breathtaking: down below Old Town Square and the Prague skyline in the distance.
3. Vltava River Cruises
Viewing Prague from the river during a boat trip is one of the highlights of a city trip to Prague. The Prague Digital Pass entitles you to a one-hour cruise on the Vltava River included is an audio guide (in 8 different languages.)
Public transport is not included in the Prague Digital Pass. This is a not a disadvantage because one-day or multi-day tickets for metro, tram or bus are cheap. You can buy them inside the trams or at metro station (payment is by debit or credit card also contactless). Many hotels sell transport tickets at the reception desk. The hop-on hop-off bus is a good alternative for public transport as it stops at all the highlights in Prague.
App with audio guide
The Prague Digital Pass includes an app with audio guide. This allows you to discover more than 100 sights in Prague. Local guides provide commentary and tell you about their secret places. The app also includes walking routes and public transport directions and it can be used offline.
After purchase, you will receive a discount code that gives a 10% discount on attractions, museums and tours in Prague. The discount code only works online and not at the entrance to the attraction. This means that you will have to pre-book tickets online for museums and attractions you want to visit. There are discounts for various cycling and walking tours, museums, dinner cruises and excursions to cities and attractions in the vicinity of Prague, such as Karlovy Vary, Kutna Hora, Cesky Krumlov, Terezin concentration camp and Karlstein Castle.
Prague will never bore you! There is plenty to do and see in the capital of the Czech Republic. Prague-Now is an online city guide and will help you to find the most interesting sights, the best museums, fashionable shopping streets and trendy shops, beer gardens where you meet the locals and restaurants that serve authentic Czech meals.
Prague Pass: summary of the benefits
- Skip-the-line access to Prague Castle including the Old Royal Palace, St George’s Basilica, Golden Lane, Dalibor Tower and St Vitus Cathedral.
- Free entrance to the Astronomical Clock Tower
- Free Vltava River Cruise with breathtaking ciews of Prague Castle
- App with audio guide
- Discount on attractions and museums
- Discounts on tours and excursions
How does the Prague Digital Pass work?
The Prague Digital Pass is a digital pass. This means that you need not pick up a physical pass in Prague. It also means that you arrange everything online beforehand. This is how it works:
- Make a booking and select the arrival date in Prague
- After purchase you will receive an email with the tickets for the sights you selected
- Show your mobile phone at the entrance of attractions and the cruise
- Included is a discount code for 10% discount at other museums, attractions, tours, excursions and restaurants in Prague that are not included in the pass.
The City of Prague
Prague is the capital city of the Czech Republic and with 1.3 million inhabitants Prague is the largest city in the country. After the Velvet Revolution of 1989, the city underwent a metamorphosis and is now a prime tourist destination. Walk uphill to Prague Castle, amble along Golden Lane and saunter up and down Charles Bridge. Visit palaces, churches and synagogues. Climb one of the many towers for sweeping views of the ‘Golden City with the Hundred Spies’.
Highlights of Prague
Wander through the maze of lanes in the historic centre. Be sure to include Charles Bridge in your city trip to Prague. This bridge, adorned with statues of saints, is the most iconic spot of the city. Other must-see spots are Prague Castle, Golden Lane, St Vitus Cathedral, Jewish Museum, Old Town Square, the astronomical clock, the Dancing House and Petrin look-out tower.