Prague City Pass
Discover the capital of the Czech Republic
Prague City Pass
The City Card for Prague
Discover Prague with the Prague City Pass and enjoy the attractions in the city at a relaxed pace. The Prague Pass is valid for 30 days and is activated when you use it for the first time. Prague Castle, the Jewish Museum and more top attraction are free for City Pass holders. Additionally, there are discounts on some 30 more attractions, shops (generous discounts on Bohemian crystal!), restaurants, excursions and tours. Add to this free transport from and to the airport and it is obvious that the Prague Pass makes tour city trip very affordable and efficient!
Skip the Lines
Your 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, the Jewish Museum and another 10 attractions and museums in Prague
Go on a free bus tour through the Old Town, New Town and Mala Strana districts. Go on a boat trip on the Vltava River. Free public transport is not included in Prague City Pass but this is not a disadvantage. Prague is a compact city and most sights are within walking distance of each other. Besides, Prague public transport is very affordable especially when you buy a 24 or 48-hour ticket.
Free Travel Guide and City Map
Plan your trip with the help of the free City Travel Guide which you receive together with your booking. Here you will find an overview of all free attractions and discounts.
Your Prague City Pass not only affords free entry to a number of the best known attractions in Prague, it also includes reduced admission fees for museums. Add to this discounts and special offers up to 25% in restaurants, shops, airport transfer and car rental. What’s more, significant savings on Bohemian crystal, one of the best souvenirs to take home!
The Prague City Pass is valid for 30 days after first validation. The following products are included in the City Pass:
- Ticket for Prague Castle, the old Royal Palace, St. George Basilica, Golden Lane, Dalibor Tower and St Vitus Cathedral. This ticket is valid for 2 days.
- Ticket for the Jewish Museum and the historical synagogues of Prague. This ticket is valid for 7 days.
- Free admission to 10 attraction in Prague
- Free bus tour of all highlights in Prague
- Free boat trip on the Vltava River, offering a breathtaking view of Prague Castle
- Discount on airport transfer
- Discounts and special offers for tours, excursions and in restaurants and shops.
You cannot get bored in Prague. There is plenty to do and see in the capital of the Czech Republic. Extensive information and tips about sights, museums, restaurants, shops and much more can be found at Prague-Now; The online cityguide for Prague!
How does the Prague City Pass work?
Buy your Prague City Pass online from this website. You will receive a confirmation email with a voucher to be exchanged for the Prague City Card in the office in the centre of Prague. Validity of Prague City Pass starts when you use your card for the first time. From this moment on your card is valid for 30 days. Your Prague Castle ticket is valid during 2 days after validation and your Jewish Museum ticket for 7 days after validation.
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.