In Prague, the visitor finds a good number of companies that offer boat trips on the famous river that dominates the urban landscape of the city, the Vltava (Moldava, in Portuguese). An excellent way to give a beautiful tour, both for those who have little time and for those who wish to review the main sights from a different angle.
The river, well known worldwide, runs through the city for 31 kilometers, has an average depth of four meters, in addition to 11 islands. Along the entire length of Moldava, there are also 18 beautiful bridges, among them a symbol of the city, the Charles Bridge. A 1357 building has 30 replicas of Gothic statues and Catholic saints throughout.
The company Prague Boats , for example, promotes regular cruises of an hour long, and cruise with lunch, dinner and theme. The boats used by her are very new, comfortable and do not pollute the environment, to check the prices of each of these tours and buy your ticket in advance, just click here.
Another good choice is the company Prague River Cruises, which also offers regular cruises, as well as lunch, dinner and afternoon coffee on board. The ticket that entitles you to a conventional tour lasting an hour, costs 220 CzK, while gastronomic tours start at 550 CzK; both can be purchased online, on the company’s official website.
Have you ever imagined traveling the Vltava River on board a super stylish wooden boat? Well, this option is available thanks to the Prague Venice company, which promotes 45-minute tours, with departures next to the Charles Bridge. Ah, when purchasing the ticket, the visitor has the right to enter the Charles Bridge museum and can also consume a non-alcoholic drink and a snack during the boat trip.
Music lovers, especially jazz, will enjoy embarking on this themed cruise. During the special tour through the waters of the Vltava, the passenger will attend live performances and, if they wish, they can enjoy a delicious dinner. To check the complete schedule – including the list of musicians who will be performing on the cruise – and prices.
But if you are that type of traveler with your own pace and don’t like to depend a lot on the schedules and availability of the companies mentioned above, the tip is to rent a small boat or pedal boat from Slovanka and make your own itinerary. The pedal boats – some of them in the shape of a swan – hold up to five passengers and the hour costs from 200 CzK. Slovanka is on the island Slavic, on the river Vltava.