Undoubtedly, the Vltava River with its numerous rapids that originally gave the name to the capital of the Czech Republic has become one of the main attractions of Prague. While walking along the embankments of the Vltava you can endlessly admire the unique architecture of Prague, and each building will surprise you with something. But from the deck of the boat you will be able to see beautiful Prague at a completely different angle. And in order to experience this, we invite you to the evening boat trip on the Vltava to enjoy the picturesque panoramas of Prague at night. The boat quietly leaves the pier; the river flows slowly, without any rush, the panoramas change one after another to the sounds of music.
As soon as the boat leaves the pier, Prague the beauty blossoms with bright colours of ancient architecture and modern buildings. In the distance, you can see Petřín Hill, on which the Petřín Tower was erected – a miniature replica of the Eiffel Tower. While relaxing on the boat, you sail under numerous bridges of Prague, including famous Charles Bridge, of course. Having passed Charles Bridge, you will get a magnificent view to Bedřich Smetana Museum. From the open-air deck you will see the historical building of the National Theatre, Dancing House, Vyšehrad, Emmaus Monastery, the Convent of Saint Agnes. Night illumination will give you the unforgettable impressions. On the other side of the Vltava there is the majestic Prague Castle, Malá Strana and Kampa Island lit by bright lights. And here are some other architectural landmarks of Prague – the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the magnificent building of the Council of Ministers of the Republic, Hanau pavilion and the residence of the Czech Prime Minister.