Local tour guide in Prague

Martin Svasek - licensed English speaking Prague tour guide & trip leaderDear travelers,
my name is Martin Svasek, I am certified English speaking tour guide in Prague and other famous sites in Czech Republic. I was born in Prague and spent here all my life. I have had over 15 years of experince in travel industry so I learned well how to provide professional services and meet my clients needs. If you are looking for a private tour with experienced English speaking tour guide please do not hesitate to contact me. With me you can explore top attractions and fascinating places full of authentic local atmosphere you would never find on your own or with a regular group tour.

Why to take a private guided tour

  • Private guide guarantees great personal approach, in-depth knowledge, reliability, enthusiasm, humor.
  • With your own guide you will explore places you would never find on your own or with a standard tour.
  • You can see what you want and when you would like to.
  • Tour itinerary can be adjusted according to personal needs and interests.
  • The pick up time and starting point of a tour is flexible.

Favourite tours

Half day tour in Prague

St. Vitus cathedral Prague This unique walking tour will lead you in footsteps of ancient royal kings and emperors. The tour includes a thourough visit of Prague Castle complex. After the excursion of the Prague Castle the tour leads us down the famous Nerudova street to the Malostranske namesti (Lesser Town Square) with the beautiful St. Nicholas church, afterwards heading towards the Charles Bridge through the Mostecka Tower.


≡ Rural architecture of central Bohemia - Prerov nad Labem

Rural architecture of central Bohemia Open air museum of rural and folk architecture in Prerov nad Labem, which was the fourth one of its kind to be established in Europe. The museum presents a total of 32 structures – from old Bohemian timbered houses, bee hives and a bell tower to mansions below the local chateau, as well as an old schoolhouse and a hunting lodge. Perhaps the most interesting building is the former hall of the Prerov cottagers’ association from the 18th century. In the early 20th century it was reconstructed as a chalet and today represents a unique example of Elbe Valley folk architecture.