What do they have Holy Roman emperor and king of Bohemia Charles IV and former Czech President Václav Havel in common?
Both Chares IV and Vaclav Havel had a significant influence on Czech art and culture. Although there is a 600 years difference between them there are some interesting similarities which brings the history to life.
With this tour you will not miss the must-see of Prague such as Charles Bridge or Saint Vitus Cathedral founded by Charles IV in 14th century. At the same time you will discover Prague of former Czech president Václav Havel, one of the leading anti-Communist dissidents of 1970s and 1980s and absurdist playwriter.
Vaclav Havel gained acclaim all over the world for his intellectual qualities which was in excess of an ordinary politician. Vaclav Havel was a friend with American president Bill Clinton, Tibetan Dalai Lama as well as with members of the rock music group Rolling Stones.
Much more you can discover during our Prague art walk or during a free break in the famous café Slavia. This renowned café offers a stunning view of Prague Castle and it used to be a meeting point for people from cultural sphere.