On red line, you will experience a comfortable ride with our double deckers that will take you to one of the most famous Prague´s sights, to the complex of Prague Castle. On the way up to the castle, sitting on the top deck of the bus, you will enjoy beautiful panoramic view across the city.
Make your stop also in Petřín Lookout Tower and visit this 63,5m high copy inspired by the Eifel Tower. The view from the the tower is also breathtaking. Visit another interesting places nearby, for example Strahov Monastery with monastery brewery where you should not miss to taste their original beers.
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.
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 50 metres from the Lví dvůr Restaurant in Jelení Street (50 m straight across the street crossing), opposite a tram stop.
Points of interest: Prague Castle (one of the largest castle complexes in the world), St. Vitus Cathedral, Clash of the Titans Gate, Matthew Gate, Church of St. Benedict, T. G. Masaryk Memorial, Queen Anne's Summer Palace, Chotek Gardens, Deer Moat, Royal Garden.
Stop in bus parking, in Dlabačov Street.
Points of interest: Petřín Hill with Lookout Tower, Strahov and Lobkowitz gardens, Strahov Monastery, monastery brewery (taste thein beer), Prague Loreto, Loreto Square, Černín Palace
Bus stop on Kinsky Square near the statue of Taras Shevchenko
Points of interest: The funicular to Petřín Hill, the Petřín Lookout Tower (dubbed the smaller sister of the Eiffel Tower), Střelecký Island, Kampa Island, a walk through Kampa Park offering breathtaking views of Charles Bridge, Sova's Mills (Museum Kampa), and the Czech Museum of Music.
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.
Sokolská Street 29, bus stop
Points of interest: Church of St. Ludmila in Náměstí Míru (Peace Square), Antonín Dvořák's Museum, or Charles University Medical Faculty.
Stop next to the parking place, in Boženy Němcové street.
Points of interest: Church of st. Of Virgin Mary and st. Charles the Great founded in 1350 by Charles IV. The biggest dome in our country.
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.
We have two more sightseeing routes