Welcome to Private Tours of Prague

I am happy that you have found my website Private Tour of Prague, I will be even happier, if you decide to book my services – choose from the list of my tours and services and email me at helena.chmelirova@gmail.com.

What makes my tours different?

My tours and services represent an alternative to the usual mass tourism.
You will profit from many years of my experience as I have been a Prague and Czech Republic Tourist Guide for many years.
I am a fully qualified tour guide and have the following guide licenses: Prague City Tourist Guide, Prague Jewish Museum, Prague Castle, Lobkowicz Princely Collections, Prague National Gallery and I am a registered member of the Czech Association of Professional Tour Guides
You will see places that are not included in regular group tours
With me as your tour guide, you will see more in less time.

I’m a native of Prague, who absolutely loves to show off my hometown. I graduated from Charles University and I have a Masters degree in geography, so I’m familiar with the economy, culture, politics and nature of Prague’s and Czech Republic’s and Prague´s most celebrated attractions, landmarks and sights. In addition I have all important tourist guide licensces.

What I can do for you:

  • Recommend must-see sights in Prague, concerts and local dining
  • Prepare an effective tour plan tailored to your exact wishes
  • Accommodate to your pace – the tour can be slow or fast
  • Be your interpreter – to get over the language barrier
  • Give you the opportunity to ask questions anytime
  • I am always willing to fulfill your wishes – your tours of Prague with me start in the place you choose and at the time that suits you

Choose one of my offers for private tours of Prague:

About Prague:

Prague is located in the northwest of the country on the Vltava river and is the capital and largest city in the Czech Republic. This magical city with hills and bridges, cathedral, spiers with gilded decoration is also the 14th largest city in the European Union. About 1.3 million people live in Prague. Since the Middle Ages, Prague has maintained its reputation as one of the most beautiful cities in the world as well as the political, cultural and economic center of Central Europe.

The city was founded during the Romanesque period and flourished in the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque time, it was also the seat of two emperors of the Holy Roman Empire and thus the capital of the Holy Roman Empire. Later, Prague became an important city of the Habsburg monarchy and its Austro-Hungarian monarchy, after the First World War it became capital of Czechoslovakia. After the split in Czechoslovakia, Prague became the capital of the new Czech Republic in 1993.

Private Tour of Prague: Highlights and top sights

Karlsbrücke mit Blick zum Hradschin, Kleinseite und Prager Burg

You want to discover Prague? With a competent, local guide of Prague’s tours at your side you will get to know Prague and … more about Prague city tour highlights and top sights

Hradschin: Masaryk Statue
Hradcany: Masaryk Statue

Private Tour of Prague: Hradcany, Prague Castle, Lesser Town

Visit the main highligts of Prague’s left bank of the Vltava and get a comprehensive overview of Prague’s picturesque Lesser Town (Mala Strana), Hradcany and Prague Castle on this 3-hour private tour of Prague. The tour is enriched with discovery tips for your remaining stay.

Guided tour of Jewish Museum Prague

Stadtführung Jüdisches Viertel Prag
Hebrew Clock on the Jewish Town Hall

Visit with us the most important parts of the Jewish Museum, which are housed in various historical synagogues. The tours in particular synagogues are interrupted by short walks in the former Jewish quarter. During the tour, you will get a good overview of Prague Jews history and Judaism in general. The tour is enriched with discovery tips for your remaining stay.

Tour of Wenceslas Square, Old Town and the Jewish quarter

Stadtrundgang Prag
The Astronomical Clock in the Old Town of Prag  dates back to the 15th century

The Vltava rivaer divides Prague into two parts, making it easy to discover Prague in this way. On the right bank of the Vltava River, I’ll show you the Old Town with the bustling Old Town Square, the Astronomical Clock and romantic winding streets, I’ll tell you how „new“ the New Town is. The history of the Jewish settlement in our region goes back 1000 years. And of course we also go to the famous Charles Bridge.