As you sail on the cruise in the presence of jazz music and delicious food, you are sure to acknowledge Prague as the most romantic city in the world. Romantic couples or newlyweds should not miss these leisurely trips as they get to spend some time together as well get to watch the city's architectural attractions from a completely different angle while enjoying a lunch or dinner cruise on the boat. While many of the cruises operate for 3 to 4 hours, tourists who are short on time can take a one-shot hour cruise. If you are traveling as a family or in a group, check out for Private River Cruises where cruise operators will arrange for a suitable boat with all the entertainment factors: musician, caricaturist, and magician organized on board. You can decide the cruise path combining it with a guided walking tour of Prague's famous historic attractions. On request, the cruise operators will arrange for a pick-up from the hotel and back.
All of the above cruises operate throughout the year.
Dinner Cruises are the perfect way to explore Prague on a starry night where historic structures shine under the twinkling stars and the gleaming moon. If you are visiting the city during the summers, then you will be able to catch the panoramic view of the summer twilights. As the boat sails down the soft waves of the river, look out for attractions like the Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, St. Agnes convent, the National Theatre and the Rudolfinum.
Visitors are able to enjoy all these sights in the company of soulful jazz music and tantalizing buffet dinner. Many of these boats are air-conditioned in the summer and heated in the winters. Guests also have the choice of buying their own drinks, beers and soft drink for cash. Some of the dinner cruises also include a city tour on a coach bus.
Lunch Cruises are similar to Dinner cruises except that are arranged in the morning for guests to enjoy Prague's finest attractions in daylight in the most relaxing manner possible. With a duration time of 2 hours, guests can have a look at Prague's riverside attractions on the deck or by relaxing in the air-conditioned lounge. Live music and delicious buffet lunch is included in the cruise booking. Upon request the cruise operator also arrange for hotel pick up and drop off. The cruise is excellent if you want to appreciate the Prague Castle and Charles Bridge from a closer angle.
One can also book a late Afternoon cruise where drinks and snacks are provided along with live entertainment.
One Hour Special Cruise:
One hour cruises are specially for those tourists who want to capture most of Prague's historical attractions in the shortest time possible. Departing in the afternoon, these cruises take a tour of Prague's famous sights along the Vltava River. All important landmarks like Prague Castle and Charles Bridge can be enjoyed from the cruise boat with no crowds and rush of the city streets. The guide on the boat provides information on the attractions in several languages.
Jazz Boat Cruise:
A lovely cruising experience where tourists get to move their body to the rhythmic moves of Jazz, Latin, Cuban, Brazilian Ethno Jazz, Swing and Blues music. While dinner is not served on board there is a restaurant where guests can buy their own meals and drinks. They can cruise through the river adoring attractions like Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, Mala Strana, the National Theatre and Vysehrad Fortress with live jazz performers playing in the background. A late night cruise, this one is for guests who love to sit back and enjoy the experience.
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