Prague Welcome Card

View of Prague

See all of Prague without going Baroque.

What greater welcome to Prague could there be than the Prague Welcome card from Rail Europe? It lets you see more of Prague without being nickel and crowned at every turn. You can enjoy free entry to more than 30 historic sites, museums and galleries, and discounts at hotels, shops and restaurants. And it’s a great way to travel everywhere in Prague, with 3 days of unlimited use on public buses, trains and subways. Even the famous funicular railway to Petrin Hill and suburban routes are yours to explore. If you are going for Baroque, visit Wallenstein Palace, Prague’s first large non-secular building of the Baroque era. Prefer art nouveau? There’s Municipal House. Or stroll 11th century settlements along the banks of the Vltava. Wherever you travel, you’ll be surrounded by authentic Prague life for a more genuine experience. And speaking of genuine experience, well, that comes with every Rail Europe product too.

Here’s what’s included:

    • Free entry to nearly 30 historic sights, museums and galleries for 4 consecutive days.
    • 72-hour public transport ticket valid on Prague's buses, trams and underground; suburban buses and trains (including Prague funicular railway)
    • Discounts on sightseeing tours, guided walks, concerts, theaters and music clubs
    • Free Prague guide

 

Conditions:

    • Rail Europe voucher is exchanged for your Prague Welcome Card.
    • Voucher must be exchanged within 6 months of purchase.
    • The Prague Welcome Card consists of a Guide & voucher booklet. The booklet contains a 72 hour transit ticket and vouchers for attractions.
    • Vouchers are exchanged for daily tickets at each attraction.
    • Once transit ticket has been validated it is valid for 72 hours.
    • Prague Welcome Card and Guide & voucher booklet have matching numbers that are validated upon entry to each attraction.
    • Prices are subject to change.
Where can I exchange my Prague Welcome Card voucher?

The voucher can be exchanged at:

  • Prague - Hlavni Railway Station, 
    • Tourist point office, main arrival hall - lower level
      Hours 8:00am - 10:00pm
  • Pulford offices, street Fr. Krížka 4, Prague 7
    • Hours Monday - Thursday 8:00am - 5:00pm
    • Friday 8:00 - 2:00pm
  • Prague Prague Holešovice station
    • Partyzánská 24, Prague 7. JVM office located in the arrival hall
      Hours 6:00 am -10:00 pm

What are some of the Monuments I can visit with the Prague Welcome Card?
  • Vysehrad including Casemates and Cellar
  • Wallenstein Palace
  • Wallerstein Gardens
  • Clementinum
  • Troja Chateau
  • The Church of Our Lady Before Tyn
  • The Church of the Virgin Mary Victorious
  • The Museum of the Infant Jesus of Prague
  • Church of our Lady snowy
  • Astronomical Tower
  • Catherdral of Ss Cyril and Methodius
  • Emmaus Monastery
  • National Memorial to the Heroes of the Heydrich Terror - Place of Reconciliation
  • New Town Hall
  • Náprstek Museum of Asian, African and American Cultures
What are some of the Museums and Galleries I can visit with the Prague Welcome Card?
  • The Army Museum
  • The Aeronautical Museum
  • The Czech National-Bank's Exposition
  • Municipal House
  • House at the Golden Ring
  • Bilek Villa
  • The Museum of Decorative Arts
  • The Museum of the Police Force
  • Kampa Museum
  • Mucha Museum
  • Czech Museum of Music
  • Museum of Antonin Dvorák
  • Museum of Bedrich Smetana
  • Masaion
  • Historical Apothecary
  • Strahov Monastery
  • Museum of the Capital City of Prague
  • Custonhouse Podskali
  • Franz Kafka Museum
  • Regional Museum Jilové near Prague
  • Eco-technical Museum
  • The Museum of Mass Urban Transportation
  • Vysehrad - Galerie
  • National Museum
  • Nostalgia Tram #91

 

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