The route marked in green is our main route and also the most comprehensive one, with something to satisfy everyone. Our smaller Hop On Hop Off buses with their open top roofs will take you comfortably through smaller narrow streets to the most important Prague sights, for example Wenceslass Square, Old Town Square or Charles Bridge. Stop number 3 on this route is also a transfer stop for the boat trip included in the price of the ticket. Do not miss this unique experience, as from the deck of the boat you will see Prague from a whole new perspective. In the vicinity of all stops in Green Line you will find the most beautiful spots in our capital, also known as Prague of the Hundred Spires in the heart of Europe.
Duration0 hour, 50 minutes
Premiant City Tour parking, in front of the Halada Shop, Na Příkopě Street 16
Points of interest: Na Příkopě is the 23rd most expensive street in the world (a popular shopping district with designer boutiques). In the vicinity, you will find the Hybernia Theatre, the Powder Gate, or the Municipal House. A short walk down the picturesque Prague streets and lanes will take you to the Old Town Square or Wenceslas Square.
The bus stop is located in the lower parking lot by the side entrance.
Points of interest: Main Point Karlín (declared the world's best office building in 2011), Florenc Bus Terminal (international bus lines), Karlín Musical Theatre.
The stop is located behind the exit to the dock at the Štefánik Bridge.
Points of interest: Be sure not to miss this one-of-a-kind experience of discovering amazing views of Prague from the boat deck. In the vicinity, you will find the building of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia, Na Františku Hospital.
Stop 30 metres from the corner of Pařížská Street and the Old Town Square in front of the Jan Hus Memorial.
Points of interest: Old Town Square, Týn Cathedral, Old Town Astronomical Clock, Old Town Hall, Wax Museum, Museum of Chocolate, Carolinum, National Gallery, a walk up Pařížská Street (the most expensive street in Prague with world-renowned designer and brand boutiques), Jewish Town in Josefov.
Stop 100 metres from the Office of Goverment of the Czech Republic, U Bruských kasáren street
Points of interest: Old Castle Stairs, palace gardens below Prague Castle, Wallenstein Garden, the building of the Government of the Czech Republic, Franz Kafka Museum.
Stop at the corner of Lesser Town Square and Nerudova Street.
Points of interest: Charles Bridge, Lesser Town Square, Church of St. Nicholas (Prague's most significant Baroque structure), Church of Our Lady Victorious with the Infant Jesus of Prague, the building of the Chamber of Deputies and of the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic, the Wallenstein Garden and other gardens below Prague Castle.
Resslova Street, bus stop next to the Dancing House.
Points of interest: Dancing House, Charles Square, New Town Hall, Faust's House, Brewery Museum U Fleků, National Memorial to the Victims of the Heydrich Terror by the Church of St. Cyril and Methodius, Slavic Island, and Žofín Palace.
Václavské náměstí 21, zastávka před hudebním klubem Duplex
Points of interest: The 750-metre long and 60-metre wide boulevard is the commercial and cultural centre of the metropolis. It is dominated by the building of the National Museum and the statue of Saint Wenceslas in the upper part of the square – a popular meeting place of blind dates.
Stop in front of the entrance to Fanta's Café and the building of the Main Railway Station, Wilsonova Street.
Points of interest: The historical building of the Main Railway Station, Fanta's Café, State Opera.
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