Self-guided audio tour in Prague

Available tours in and around Prague

How it Works

  • 1.

    Find your audio guide

    Select your Country - City - Tour
  • 2.

    Choose the number of participants

    Solo €9,95 / Duo €17,50 / Group(3-6) €25,00
  • 3.

    Receive a confirmation mail

    In the mail is a link to the app and an access code
  • 4.

    On the day of your walk, activate the tour

    You've got untill the next day to enjoy all the sightings and listen to the stories of the virtual audio guide, so plenty of time to have a drink, take a break or visit a museum.
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Walking tour with audio guide in Prague

Prague, also known as the city of 100 spires and according to many one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Here you will find beautiful architecture in the centuries-old, medieval city centre, situated on the Czech Republic's longest river, the Vltava. With sights like the Astronomical Clock, Charles Bridge and Týn Church, Prague is an extremely popular city for a city break. The best way to get to know this city better is by taking an audio guided tour of the city with City App Tour's virtual audio guide.

- The most beautiful walking routes and greatest stories

- Unexpected discoveries

- Personal virtual audio guide in 7 languages

- Route guidance via GPS

- Walk at your own pace

Things to do in Prague

Prague is a beautiful city and has a lot to offer. By taking a city walk with our audio guide, you will get to know the city in a unique way.


For Prague's history, we have to go way back in time. According to archaeological findings, Prague was already inhabited in the Old Stone Age. This city has been the capital of the ancient kingdom of Bohemia for centuries. Centuries later, the region was part of the great Austro-Hungarian Empire, and in the 20th century it was oppressed by the power of the Soviet Union. Prague has undergone a lot and therefore has a rich history. This is fully reflected in the city's historic centre.


Prague is incredibly historic and for this reason, the city centre alone is a true sight Moreover, the entire historic centre is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The city centre includes the famous Old Town Square with impressive churches and statues, colourful facades, and convivial terraces. You can also admire the astronomical clock here. Walk across Charles Bridge to the Mala Strana district, Prague's oldest neighbourhood, where you can find great restaurants and beautiful gardens.

Museums in Prague

Prague is also home to many extraordinary museums. The House of the Black Madonna is very popular. This museum is also called The Czech Museum of Fine Arts, where you can admire the finest artworks by Czech artists. At the Municipal Museum, you will learn all about Prague's history. Are you a chocolate lover? Then you should visit the chocolate museum Choco Story.

Shopping in Prague

The shopping opportunities in Prague are certainly not wrong. In fact, this city has some stunning shops. Palladium is a modern shopping mall just outside Prague's old town where you will find several well-known brands. Nový Smíchov is another shopping mall that attracts many visitors. It can be found in the popular Andel district.

Hospitality industry

Prague has plenty of options when it comes to the hospitality industry. Here you will find plenty of excellent restaurants, bars, and cafés. Prague also has plenty of places of entertainment. The city is home to the popular club Karlovy Lazne. This discotheque has no less than five floors and is therefore the largest discotheque in Central Europe.

In short, Prague is the ideal city for a city trip or a weekend away. This city has many possibilities and partly thanks to its rich history, there is a lot to see here. Get to know Prague in a unique and relaxing way during a walking tour with our virtual audio guide.