Relax and enjoy a lovely boat tour along the Vltava River on this fantastic Prague dinner cruise. The best things to do in Prague.
- 3-Hour Vltava River Boat Cruise
- Deluxe Buffet-style Dinner
- See Prague’s landmarks illuminated at Night!
- Musical Entertainment
- Czech and International Cuisine
- Czech Welcome Aperitif
- Tour Guide
- Hotel Pick-up
Sailing on a river cruise through the most beautiful places in Prague is an experience never to be forgotten. Lit lanterns combined with live music can create a magical atmosphere and give your evening a completely different dimension.
The landmarks of Prague, beautifully illuminated by night, will leave you in awe as you travel down the Vltava River enjoying dinner and music in a romantic and festive atmosphere. The Prague cruise with dinner lasts three hours.
You can enjoy a rich menu consisting of a wide selection of delicacies of Czech and international cuisine. The drink selection is equally appealing. The price includes boat tickets, entertainment in the form of a buffet dinner, a welcome drink, and live music.
Every evening, the three-hour cruise departs from Cechuv Bridge, giving you the opportunity to see the major landmarks in Prague at night. In addition to Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, the Rudolfinum, National Theatre, Dancing House, and Vysehrad, you can admire the many lesser-known sights such as the Metronome at Letna, the Emmaus Monastery, Agnes Monastery, Podoli waterworks, and the historical power plant Stvanice. The boat also passes through the oldest lock chamber on the river Vltava.
Upon arrival, you will be greeted by our friendly crew who will offer you the traditional Czech welcome aperitif. There is an open buffet for the duration of the cruise. Experiencing these sunset views from our boat is a memory that will be hard to forget.
The Dinner menu includes:
Variation of Smoked Meats (Ham, Salami Herkules, etc.), Variation of Cheeses (Eidam, Koliba, Ostepek etc.), Delicate Pate, Cabbage Salad, Chinese Cabbage Salad, Chilli Peppers Salad, Bean Salad, Delicate Salad, Pasta Salad, Cheese Salad, Vegetable Salad with Balkan Cheese, Fresh Vegetables, Pickled Herrings, Small Butters
Roasted Chicken, Small Sausages, Goulash, Roasted Sea Herrings with Marinade, Fried Cauliflower, Rice with Seafood, Potato noddles with Smoked Meat and Spinach, Yeat Fruit Dumplings, Stewed Vegetables with Broccoli
Rice, Dumplings, Lard Dumplings, French Fries, Potato Pancakes
White and Brown Pastry, Bread
Variation of Cheeses on Platter, Minidesserts, Custards, Fresh Fruit
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