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1. Las Vegas
Call it Sin City if you want, but there’s no denying that the Entertainment Capital of the World has a unique allure. After all, it took a lot more than seedy clichés to make Las Vegas one of the world’s leading tourist destinations!
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Miami is full of incredible things to do, see, and eat — but where to start? Make the most of every moment on your trip to Miami with our perfectly-planned itinerary.
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2015 sees the grand reopening of Miami’s leading science museum, but this is Miami so there are animals here too. Check out the bird of prey center!
3. San Francisco
Once known as the “Paris of the West,” the gold-rush population boom made San Francisco a polycultural hub long before its Summer of Love. Here are some of the top attractions of this iconic west coast metropolis.
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San Francisco Bay actually consists of several bays, and its windy urban beaches make it a popular destination for sailors and windsurfers, as well as those just there for the scenery!
4. New Orleans
A slow-brewed Gumbo of cultures with a seemingly immortal music scene, New Orleans still drips with the Southern charm chronicled by Tennessee Williams and other famous sons. Here are the best things to see and do in one of the US’ most characteristic cities!
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Louisiana may have a short history but it’s one that warrants 9 state museum buildings! The Cabildo is one, but their flagship is just across Jackson Square at The Presbytère.
With a reputation for being the “”Hostess City of the South,”” Savannah is famous for its historical districts, preserving the architecture of the 18th- and 19th-century American South.
Forsyth Park, in the middle of historical downtown Savannah, has been a key city landmark since the mid-1800s.
Named after the 33rd governor of Georgia, John Forsyth, who donated 20 acres (8 hectares) of land, the park is known for the large Parisian-style fountain located at the north end and the Spanish moss dripping from the oak trees.
Take a trip into the genteel living of the 19th-century southern gentry with a stop to the Andrew Low House. Built in 1847 for a wealthy cotton farmer, this site is now an operable museum dedicated to the plush livings of Savannah, Georgia in the 1800s.
Hear the history of the Low family, and learn how Andrew Low came into his wealth before exploring day-to-day living of the genteel, including how they ate, slept and lived.
Like stepping into a well-preserved doll house complete with two parlor rooms, a library, dining room and bathing room, the Andrew Low House is an exquisitely preserved stop in historic downtown Savannah.
Dubai has transformed itself in recent years with a series of creative, ambitious construction projects that have catapulted this city to the top of every bucket list. Here are a few attractions you won’t want to miss when you visit this desert hotspot.
If you are heading to Dubai for the first time, you may have questions about the laws that Western tourists consider unusual.
In short, be respectful. Dress conservatively and make sure your shoulders are covered. Public displays of affection are considered unlawful. Also, the consumption of alcohol in public is illegal, except in specified bars.
The Dubai museum is housed inside the 18th century Al-Fahidi Fort. Learn about the Emirates expansion after the oil boom, and examine traditional Emirati musical instruments.
7. San Juan
The Puerto Rican capital has a lot to offer. Since it’s the oldest city under US rule, you can get your historical and cultural fix, all while enjoying the natural benefits of its Caribbean location. What shouldn’t you miss on a trip to San Juan?
The welcome drink isn’t the only delight on this tour around the original Bacardi distillery. Discover some history, learn a little mixology, and take home some great souvenirs!
This UNESCO-listed fort is really impressive. Explore its 16th-century latrines, enjoy the views out onto the Atlantic, and learn how it has been used for military purposes.
You may need to pinch yourself as you wander the streets of San Juan’s old town, reminiscent of France or Spain. Visit the Paseo de la Princesa for that maximum European flavor.
La Cueva del Indio caves contain petroglyphs carved by the indigenous Taino people, dating way back before Columbian times. An experienced guide will tell you about the context of the carvings.
8. San Diego
We can see why San Diego calls itself America’s Finest City. With more than 100 miles of coastline and world-class attractions, you won’t be wondering what to do, but how to fit it all in! Plan your visit with our list of the 10 best things to see.
Balboa Park Billed as a landscape of arts and culture, this isn’t your average park. A historic carousel, miniature railway, Spanish Village, and museums make it at least a full day out.
SeaWorld San Diego Killer whales, dolphins, sharks, and sea lions compete for your attention at this famous attraction. There’s plenty to fill an entire day, and admission is cheaper in the week.
There are plenty of places to swim, surf or sunbathe in San Diego, and it’s warm all year round, just don’t expect tropical waters: the North Pacific Ocean is famously cool.
Every year, thousands of self-confessed nerds descend on San Diego for the annual ComicCon comic book convention. The event has grown year on year, and now encompasses everything superhero, fantasy and pop culture have to offer, including scores of big-name actors.
During your 1-hour horse or mule-drawn carriage tour through Charleston’s beautiful historic district, you will see beautiful buildings, churches, houses & gardens. All tours are narrated by an experienced certified tour guide.
This tour begins at the Big Red Barn in downtown Charleston, where you’ll meet a knowledgeable driver-guide and settle into a carriage drawn by either horses or mules.
Follow a route that takes in some of the historic downtown district’s most elegant mansions and gardens, learning about the architecture of each place as you drive along.
Catch the scent of jasmine flowers from deep, shady porches, and pass by rows of bristling palmetto trees. Get an overview of Charleston’s dramatic history, from long-ago pirate raids to plantations, Revolutionary battles, the Civil War, and Reconstruction.
The city was founded in 1670, and Charleston’s historic buildings have been meticulously preserved and restored.
Guides combine humor with history for a lighthearted experience of Charleston’s atmospheric center, and you’ll cover between 25 and 30 blocks of the downtown district. This tour concludes with drop-off at the Big Red Barn.
Chicago has it all and enjoys spoiling its visitors and locals alike with a wealth of culture, shopping, dining and entertainment possibilities. As Frank Sinatra sang so many times about this world-class city, “it’s one town that won’t let you down.”
Chicago Cultural Center First opened as The Chicago Public Library and Civil War memorial in 1897, the building is famous for its stained-glass domes. Cultural events take place regularly and for free.
Chicago Children’s Museum: Dig for dinosaur bones, learn how the city’s tallest structures stand, and manipulate the power of water. Parents and kids will give this hands-on museum an A+ by the day’s end.
Chicago History Museum :From the original days as a fur trading center to what daily life is like today, visitors will learn all there is to know at the “Chicago: Crossroads of America” exhibition.
13-blocks of North Michigan Avenue comprise The Magnificent Mile. It offers retail therapy, a bevy of restaurants with international cuisine and examples of historical buildings.
11. New York City
You know it from your favorite Woody Allen film or Sex and the City episode. Whether you dream of combing East Village bookshops or sipping martinis in the Meatpacking District, there’s something here for you. Skim our highlights and you will fall in love in a New York minute.
Battery Park is a cool green space at the tip of Manhattan along the Hudson River. Grab a picnic and catch the sunset while you marvel at the fact that this great big city is an island.
Rockefeller Center is an Art Deco skyscraper, and the view at the Top of the Rock is like no other. Photo op: catching the skyline here means the Empire State building is included in the view.
An icon of freedom, the Statue of Liberty is a must see. Special exhibits or a climb to the top of the crown (booked in advance!) will make you feel like a part of NYC’s special history.
Orlando is the ultimate playground for kids and anyone who is a kid at heart. Wish upon a star at the Magic Kingdom, then head to the heart-pumping rides at a water park. To top it all off, travel to the stars at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral.
One of the most popular theme parks in the United States, Universal Studios Orlando gives visitors a chance to feel like they’re a part of the movies they grew up watching, from E.T. and Shrek to the Fast and the Furious.
Walt Disney World Resort :This mothership of entertainment landed in Florida in 1971 and has been luring the masses ever since. There are four theme parks, including the Magic Kingdom, and two water parks.
Magic kingdom :It’s the world’s most visited theme park, welcoming over 19 million visitors a year to its six individual “lands.” Liberty Square reflects small-town Colonial America in 1776.
Universal’s Islands of Adventure :This is the place to explore the “Wizarding World of Harry Potter” and “Hogsmeade.” Discover the magic of Hogwarts and get a thrill from other wizarding moments.
Cairns is in the north of the Australian state of Queensland. The area surrounding the city is a natural paradise – there’s the Great Barrier Reef, for one thing – so here are a few exhilarating sights you can check out during a visit to the area.
Take a boat over to Green Island, where you can stop off and go swimming. Experience the unreal coral colors and stunning wildlife of the reef, illuminated by the sun.
You may not be able to delve 20,000 leagues under the sea, but you can go snorkeling, which is pretty close! Here’s your chance to be a mermaid or merman for a couple of hours.
Enjoy this lush tropical rainforest on the ground, or fly over it on the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway. You can also seamlessly glide from land to water in an amphibious vehicle!
Experience the culture of the Aboriginal Djabugay people. Enjoy a didgeridoo show, visit a museum with ancient murals, try some Djabugay cuisine, and learn to throw a boomerang.
14. Los Angeles
Culture, nightlife, sun, sand, and the Hollywood Hills, L.A. has it all. But as the second largest city in the U.S. knowing what to do on a trip here can be a little daunting. Here are our top ten attractions to help you see the city at its best.
Of course the world-famous film studio and theme park is on the list. Make sure to book your Universal Studios Hollywood tickets early so as not to be disappointed!
For a little bit of greenery away from the roar of the city, head to Griffith Park. One of the largest urban parks in North America, you can spend the day hiking or just relaxing.
Home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Walt Disney Concert Hall is one of the most spectacular concert halls in the world, both for the sound and the architechtural design.
Look no further for a sparkling metropolitan cityscape brimming with Southern charm. Boasting a rich cultural history, thriving arts scene, and booming business district, there’s plenty to see and do. Just don’t forget to try those famous Georgia peaches.
Centennial Olympic Park :It’s a lasting legacy from the 1996 Summer Olympic Games and a beautiful spot to relax in the sunshine. Check out its free events program of lively festivals and concert series.
Zoo Atlanta :With over 1400 animals from around the world, it’s well-worth a visit – if only to catch a glimpse of its famous panda twins. With a VIP pass you can even feed the tigers.
Take a peek into the world-renowned newsroom on a 50-minute guided tour. You’ll even watch events unfold in the celebrated Studio 7 as the action happens. Make sure to book ahead.
Fox Theatre :It’s a beautifully restored gem in the heart of Atlanta with a full program of performances and movies to see. Just don’t miss its renowned organ show, ‘The Mighty Mo.’
The Hawaiian capital is a small city within a big landscape. Whether you’re visiting Honolulu for its volcanic beaches, vibrant wildlife, or hedonistic cuisine, you’ll find no shortage of enticing things to see and do. Here are 10 of the best!
The Koolau is a very unusual mountain range! The remaining half of this former volcano provides spectacular views, best seen from the Nuuanu Pali State Wayside lookout.
The bombing of Pearl Harbor was a major turning point in the course of World War II. The naval base is still active and gives free tours if you arrive early enough to bag a ticket!
1,177 were killed when the USS Arizona was sunk by Japanese bombs in 1941. This USS Arizona Memorial straddles the submerged battleship, allowing visitors to peer down into the wreckage.
17. Cape Town
While exploring the “Mother City,” you’ll uncover the layers of its history that span from the colonial period to the emergence of the Rainbow Nation. With a vibrant scene in a cityscape of sea and mountains, it’s easy to fall for South Africa’s oldest city.
The ride to the top of the iconic Table Mountain is one you’ll never forget. You’ll relish the views of the cobalt blue ocean and urban landscape from this lofty perch.
The eastern slopes of Table Mountain rise above the swathes of the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden. The flora, locally known as fynbos, is at its best between August and November.
Dubbed the Cape of Storms by Portuguese explorers in the 15th century, the lighthouse, which illuminates the Cape of Good Hope, is the strongest on the continent.
Private Narrated Tour of Downtown Nashville in a beautiful Cinderella Carriage and become a Nashville royalty for a day.See the most famous sights and hear expert narration as you turn heads and travel in style.
Bring your own royal family or small group for an eye-catching Cinderella tour of Downtown Nashville. This is an amazing way to see all the hotspots of Nashville while making your own new memories. Join your expert guide for a narrated tour while you travel in style.
Taste your way through Nashville’s beer and spirits scene. Discover four of Nashville’s top breweries and distilleries on a two-hour cart tour.
some of the best spots in the city to enjoy the best of Nashville’s beer and spirit scene. Meet the people behind the local beverages, learn how they make them, and sample the result. See great murals around the city as you drive from one location to the next.
The tour lasts approximately two hours with a 20-25 minute stop at each location.
Visit Rabbit Circle farm just outside of Nashville, Tennessee, and discover what it’s like being a traditional farmer in the modern era. Get to know the Southern way of life and eat regional fare at a standard local “meat-and-three”
19. Key West
There’s always a celebration going on in Key West, even if it’s just for the sunset! The southernmost point of the Florida Keys is a haven for seekers of sun, sea, sand – and margaritas! Here’s what to see and do on your visit.
Hemingway loved Key West! Tours of his 19th-century home reveal stunning hibiscus gardens, a grand swimming pool, and the study where he wrote “To Have and Have Not.”
The famous concrete buoy that marks “90 miles to Cuba” is a sightseeing favorite with a dark secret – it’s actually 94 miles away!
Even if you’re not in Key West for the nightlife, be sure to join the island’s jugglers, musicians, and acrobats for the Old Town’s Sunset Celebration. It happens every evening!
Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory :It’s considered good luck if one of the 2,000 butterflies at the conservatory happens to land on you! See cocoons and even flamingos at one of Key West’s most colorful attractions.
You didn’t come to Key West for the dry land, did you? The Florida Keys’ clear ocean waters are perfect for snorkelling, kayaking, and fishing.
The historic Fort Jefferson complements a snorkelling sweet spot spread across seven remote islands. Whether you go by seaplane or ferry, make time for a day-trip!
Boston enchants with its cosmopolitan elegance and European flair. It’s the place to stroll down American history lane and enjoy a day with seven innings at the nation’s oldest major league ballpark. Fancy some arts and science? The city can arrange that, too.
Boston Common :Opened in 1634, the Common is the oldest city park in the US It was once a cow pasture, a camp for British soldiers during the Revolutionary War, and a place for public hangings.
Freedom Trail:For a great lesson in US history, follow the 2.5-mile trail that leads to 16 historical sites, such as Paul Revere House, and learn the impact they had in the American Revolution.
Visit the home of the man who warned of approaching British forces prior to the battles of Lexington and Concord in 1775. The residence is also the oldest structure in downtown.
Faneuil Hall :Originally built as a commerce center by Peter Faneuil, it later became the site where colonialists first gathered in 1764 to protest against the Sugar and Stamp Acts.
See the best of the city and still have enough time for afternoon tea. From discovering the magic of the wizarding world to exploring the local food markets, find top-rated things to do on your trip.
Enjoy a two-hour drive around London in a classic Mini Cooper. Stop at two gin bars for tastings of the iconic drink and visit a distillery as well.
Begin your 2-hour tour with a pickup in central London and travel in style in a classic Mini Cooper, driven by a local guide. Not since the gin palaces of 18th-century London has this iconic spirit been so popular in the capital.
Listen to stories of London’s past as you discover the London of Dickens and the hidden gems that make the city so delightfully charming. Stop off at two infamous gin bars for tastings. Stop at a gin distillery also, where you’ll sample the products and see how they are made.
On the tour you’ll visit local suppliers, and will sample local products – thereby helping the local economy.
The beauty of roaming around Rome? Anything you come across probably influenced Western Civilization. From the Colosseum to pasta-making classes, discover the best the Italian capital has to offer.
Take the 30 minute train from Rome to Frascati, heart of the Lazio wine region. Visit an iconic family-owned winery, taste fantastic local wines, explore the lovely town of Frascati, and savor a delicious lunch at a traditional trattoria.
See the sights of Rome from a fresh perspective on a 3-hour private tour by Vespa with optional driver. Benefit from a fully interactive and customizable itinerary, and learn more about life in the city on this family-friendly activity.
Join a guided tour of 3 icons of Ancient Rome: the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill. Let your guide bring history to life as you visit a UNESCO World Heritage site, the home of Ancient Roman hustle and bustle, and its rumored founding site.
See the sights of Rome at your own pace on board an open-top hop-on and hop-off sightseeing bus. Access 2 loops in the historic city center to visit sites such as the Spanish Steps, the Vatican Museums and the Colosseum.
From kayaking the iconic canals to discovering its world-famous art tradition, exploring Amsterdam can feel like walking through a dream. Find the best things to do and make the most of your visit to the Dutch capital.
Enter a famous Zaanse Schans windmill, walk past rows of wooden houses in Volendam, and discover how Dutch cheese is traditionally made with a guide.
Learn about Anne Frank’s life on a small-group or private walking tour of Amsterdam. Hear from an expert guide about the writer’s life growing up, as well as the history of the Jewish Quarter and Second World War.
Enjoy the tastiest food specialties that Amsterdam has to offer, on a lively 3-hour cultural food tour through the heart of the charming canal city with an experienced German city guide.
Explore Amsterdam from its most unique perspective, the water. With unlimited views, you will find yourself on an open or covered electric boat, sipping a fresh cocktail while the sun rays kiss your face.
Whether you’re staring up in awe at Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia or staring down in delight at a plate of tasty tapas, Barcelona will leave you smiling. Discover the best of the Catalan capital on your trip.
Experience the stunning landscapes of the Costa Brava from a different perspective on a thrilling 6-hour tour from Barcelona. Kayak and snorkel in the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea.
Learn how to cook a traditional Spanish seafood paella. Visit La Boqueria with the chef to buy ingredients, and take a walk through the old town. Sample some tasty tapas, make sangria, and watch as the chef prepares a paella de marisco for you to enjoy.
Discover Barcelona’s street art scene on a 3.5-hour sightseeing tour by high quality, handmade bamboo bicycle. Explore the city’s alternative and industrial neighborhoods to see walls covered in urban art, artistic graffiti, expressive tags, and more.
The City of Love, the City of Lights, whatever you call it, falling in love with Paris is easy. Whether you explore the catacombs or lose yourself in the Louvre, make your visit to the French capital unforgettable.
Sample gastronomic treats on a 3-hour food tasting tour of Le Marais and see one of Paris’ most unspoiled neighborhoods along the way. Discover the best-preserved medieval area of the city, as well as the heart of the Jewish community.
Enjoy an exclusive guided tour of Versailles Palace and visit its beautiful royal gardens. Skip the long lines and enter through a separate entrance alongside an expert guide.
Get skip-the-line entry to the Versailles Palace on a guided tour of its exquisite rooms and galleries. Admire the State Apartments, the King’s Bedroom, and the Hall of Mirrors
Learn how to taste and identify wine on a fun and informative wine tasting experience of French wines in Paris. You will take a virtual trip through the wine regions of France, sampling the goods in the company of an expert sommelier.
Vibrant, trendy, and bustling with energy, Germany’s capital is a hotspot for history lovers and cultural connoiseurs. Dig in to Berlin’s top-rated tours and activities on your trip.
Cruise through the streets of Berlin on a mini hot rod. Check out the German capital’s most spectacular sights and see for yourself why these rides are the most exciting Berlin sightseeing excursion around. See the Brandenburg Gate, TV Tower, and more.
Drive around Berlin in a comfortable, electrically-assisted cycle taxi and experience the German capital from a new perspective. Create your own personalized 1-hour tour according to your interests or choose from a wide range of topics.
Drive through Berlin in the official car of the DDR! Squeeze yourself behind the wheel of a Trabant of your choice and putter around the capital. See the most interesting sights and get your very own souvenir Trabant-driver’s license!
Join this fantastically funny tour of Berlin with local comedienne and drag queen, Gloria Glamour. Guests booking the experience can expect Ku’damm, the local neighborhood, Currywurst and a lot of black humor!
Discover the sporting capital of the world with this unique sports tour of Melbourne. Learn everything to do with Melbourne’s famous sporting culture, go behind the scenes on an official tour of the MCG and visit the National Sports Museum.
Within moments of departing Melbourne’s cultural arts precinct, you will cruise through Melbourne’s picturesque gardens and sporting arenas. Cruise past multiple famous places such as Melbourne Cricket Ground and the Royal Botanical Gardens.
Walk in the footsteps of Chopper Reed, discover outlaw Ned Kelly’s remains, and experience the final moments of Ronald Ryan, the last man to be executed in Australia. Tour Pentridge Prison, D Divison with a personal ghost guide on this tour.
Meet the locals of the famous Barossa Valley wine region with this small group, customized tour. Experience the gorgeous sights, taste the gourmet foods and sample the world class wines with an experienced and knowledgeable guide.
Discover South Australia’s top nature tourism destination on a day trip to Kangaroo Island with round-trip travel from Adelaide. See native wildlife, such as koalas, wallabies and kangaroos, and enjoy a delicious lunch in the Australian bush.
Enjoy a personalized, small-group tour of the McLaren Vale wine region, visiting famous boutique wineries and cellar doors and enjoying a delicious regional lunch.
Join this hop-on hop-off Barossa Valley winery tour and enjoy some of Australia’s best wines. Benefit from easy pick-up from Adelaide CBD, take in the scenery and spend time at each stop.
Kayak your way through a 10,000-year-old mangrove forest and get up close and personal with local and transient dolphins. View abundant birdlife and other marine creatures that make up an intricate ecosystem.
Fly return from Queenstown to Milford Sound and enjoy spectacular views of the mountains, waterfalls and lakes of the Fiordland National Park. In Milford Sound you will board the Cruise and travel the length of the Sound to the mouth of the Tasman Sea.
Be whisked to Milford Sound by comfortable, premium coach for a 2-hour nature cruise including a delicious picnic lunch. Enjoy the magnificent scenery, informative commentary, and photo stops before sailing close to the fiord’s waterfalls on the cruise.
Explore Milford Sound’s stunning fjord from the air and water. Take a scenic cruise through the mesmerizing fjord past glaciers, icebergs, and frozen waterfalls, then experience an exhilarating alpine or glacier landing before returning to Queenstown.
Get off-road with the thrill of a quad bike adventure. Drive through the most spectacular mountain ranges in the region on the latest automatic ATV machines.
Enjoy a thrilling 50-minute helicopter flight over Queenstown to explore the glaciers of Mt. Aspiring National Park. Fly past spectacular New Zealand mountains and ice falls before experiencing an exhilarating landing on a glacier in the Forbes Mountains.
Explore scenic Bruny Island on a day tour from Hobart, visiting artisan producers on a gourmet adventure whilst taking in the spectacular scenery of Tasmania’s favourite island.
Join a day trip from Hobart to experience the untouched wilderness of Bruny Island. Includes return transport, ferry crossing, 3-hour cruise, island sightseeing, morning tea, and lunch.
Eat your way around Bruny Island on an all-inclusive gourmet & sightseeing tour. Visit Adventure Bay and Cape Bruny, plus take a Lighthouse tour. See wallabies and other wildlife. Lunch, Bruny Island cheese, honey, chocolate, and oyster tastings included!
Visit Port Arthur Historical Site, a compelling and dramatic reminder of Australia’s convict past and the early settlement known as the Colony of Van Dieman’s Land. See the main sights of Tasman National Park.
Soar over iconic attractions, such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, Bondi beach and Manly Cove on this 20-minute, private helicopter flight.
Experience one of the world’s most iconic destinations in style. Cruise around beautiful Sydney Harbor, enjoy an all-inclusive premium dining experience, and discover the magic of Sydney Harbor.
Enjoy the spectacular 360-degree views with a guaranteed window table at Sydney Tower’s famous rotating restaurant, feasting on more than 30 international dishes from the open kitchen.
Enjoy a day out in the beautiful Blue Mountains. Visit Scenic World, the Three Sisters lookout, Featherdale Wildlife Park and more.
Explore the stunning Hunter Valley wine region and taste some of Australia’s best wines. Feast on local cheeses and chocolates and try a chili flavored liqueur. Listen to great music during the relaxed small group tour.
See the finest sights of pretty Prague on this small group tour by boat, bus, and on foot. Explore the Old Town and Prague Castle before cruising along the Vltava River.
Discover the awe-inspiring splendor of Prague Castle on either a 3-hour group or private guided tour. Breeze through the castle entrance by using the shortest security line and skipping the ticket line.
Enjoy ice cold premium Czech beer as you explore the famous sights of Prague on a 2-hour tour by beer bike. See the historic monuments of Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square and more.
Climb to an altitude of up to 15,000 feet (4,576 meters) and leap from a plane over the skies of Prague. Freefall for a heart-racing 60 seconds, then fly like a bird as you cruise back to earth.