Benefits of PragueCity Pass


    PRAGUE CITY PASS holders enjoy free admission to the most important attractions in Prague along with many discounts and benefits.
  • Save time and money

    You can be sure that you will see the best Prague has to offer at the lowest prices and without waiting in queues.
  • The most important attractions are included

    Prague Castle – Old Royal Palace with Vladislav Hall, St. George‘s Basilica, Golden Lane with Daliborka Tower, St. Vitus Cathedral. Jewish museum in Prague – Maisel Synagogue, Spanish Synagogue, Pinkas Synagogue, Old Jewish Cemetery, Klausen Synagogue, Ce­remonial Hall.
  • Numerous discounts and benefits

    PRAGUE CITY PASS holders can enjoy a wide variety of fantastic discounts from our partners, including transport, Prague tours, trips to important centres of Czech culture outside of Prague, boat rides as well as sports and other activities. PRAGUE CITY PASS also provides offers from both luxury and traditional restaurants and shops in Prague.
  • Free bus tour AND Free river cruise

    PRAGUE CITY PASS holders also receive a free guided bus tour through the centre of Prague, free guided cruise on the Vltava River.
  • Don't rush

    PRAGUE CITY PASS gives you enough time to see everything at a relaxed pace. PRAGUE CITY PASS is valid for 30 days following date of purchase.

Exclusively with PragueCity Pass

  • The celebrations of the 700th anniversary of the birth of the emperor and king Charles IV.

    Dear readers, as a part of the celebrations of the 700th anniversary of the birth of the emperor and king Charles IV, Prague Castle Administration has prepared a number of exhibitions for you. One of them is The Crown in the Palm/The Everlasting Coin of the Kingdom, which will take place in the Rosenberg Palace of Prague Castle from 13th May till 29th September 2016.
  • The exhibition is dedicated to the most famous Czech coin – the Prague groschen. The project will present to you information about the wealth of the Kingdom of Bohemia, mining of ore, gold and silver, but also about the life of miners. Furthermore, minting since the creation of the first groschen during the reign of Wenceslas II in 1300 will be the topic. Exhibited separately will be three important groschen treasures from the time of Charles IV from the towns Hodonín, Týn nad Vltavou and Žichlice. Lastly, the exhibition will present the work of the goldsmiths and stone-carvers of that time. Whether you collect coins or not, seeing the timeless beauty of the Gothic style not only in applied arts, but also in the form of gilded ostensories or a crystal cross will surely be an enjoyable experience.