Misa came from Moravia 15 years ago and has called Prague her home every since. As a person, she always tries to find the beauty in all things and is always quick with a laugh. As a tour guide, she is a self-proclaimed history lover and has an amazing grasp of the foodie scene. Her skills as a tour guide have even lead to awards and accolades and with her organising skills she can put together a tourist plan for the most demanding guest.
What is your favourite place in Prague and why? Střelecký ostrov, Náplavka, Bike path through Trója, Kampa Island… anywhere close to the Vltava river. I’ve always loved water and Vltava has a simply magical effect on me. I love to be near it and absorb its energy.
What is your dream destination? Brazil with its endless beaches and passionate people, Columbia with its mountains and rainforests & Alaska with its wilderness. One day, I’ll visit them all.
Tereza is first and foremost a devoted mother. She is constantly improving herself by learning new ideas, meditating, and jogging. Her great outlook on life and wonderful sense of humor bring a sparkle to any tour, just like her passion for life and love for the Czech culture. Teaching people about Prague is a full-time job and also a hobby of hers. When she is not out on the streets of Prague guiding a tour or helping a team member prepare their virtual tours, she can be found surrounded by nature.
She also has a secret superpower. Due to her extraordinary sweet tooth, she can find and direct you to the best treats in Prague.
Watch out, Tereza is in possession of the secret recipe for a sweet life – every night she writes down at least 3 things that made her happy that day.
What is your favourite place in Prague and why? Letná Park – one of the most beautiful parks in Prague that includes a lovely beer garden with a stunning view of the city. It is perfect for a beer after jogging.
What is your dream destination? Spain! I love the sea surrounding this country, its numerous beaches, culture, people, food, wine, cheese, language, flamenco… I love it all and I love to dance to Spanish songs with my little daughter.
Pavla loves the history and architecture of Prague. In fact, she is our go-to historian to make sure we have the dates and names exactly right. Her big passion is for chocolate and cakes and with the bakeries in the Czech Republic, who can blame her. An indispensable component in Pavla’s life is her afternoon coffee which is also a perfect time for the above-mentioned chocolate and cakes. Beware, she gets a little insane without her afternoon cup! You can ask her about the various cafes on either her virtual tours or in our live guided walks.
In private she relaxes tending to her garden and she is also the proud mother of the two most intelligent, beautiful, ingenious, and cute children in the world.
What is your favourite place in Prague and why? Vinohrady neighbourhood! Replete with picturesque villas, this part of town used to be the home of many great artists at the beginning of the 20t century. It was them, among others, who made Prague as beautiful as we know it today.
What is your dream destination? French Polynesia, the heaven on the Earth!
Martin is a native of Prague though he has lived in Toronto, Frankfurt, and a few other major cities. No matter where he lived he always made his way back to Prague. A fan of travel, history, and meeting new people he has the perfect combination to lead a tour of Prague and a few of our outlying cities. He is also one of our beer experts. When he isn’t guiding tours or running virtual experiences you can find him riding his motorcycle in the summer and skiing in the winter.
What is your favourite place in Prague and why? Lesser Town and Castle District! Visiting these neighborhoods is like traveling in time. You can never get enough of walking through the cobblestone streets and stopping in one of the traditional pubs for a refreshing beer!
What is your dream destination? India, especially on a Royal Enfield motorbike!
This self-proclaimed history nerd comes from the city of New Orleans, the capital of jazz, great seafood, and a very friendly atmosphere. Being fascinated by the past, Mark always wanted to move to Europe, and one look at Prague was enough for him to fall in love with the city. After years of a music career, he is now juggling being a tour guide and a professional magician. In both cases there is one truth to be known: he always has a trick or two up his sleeve! Mark is never tired of learning new things and exploring Prague, and his genuine love for history will make any tour with him a fascinating journey.
Once every week or two, Mark picks a random direction and takes a tram in that direction. He gets off the tram in various places to see what is there. Sometimes he takes a notebook to write down questions about these places and in this way he learns about the area.
What is your favourite place in Prague and why? On the corner of Lazarská and Spalená in New Town is one of the best gyros I have ever had. The people are friendly, though it is only take-away. Also the Charles University coffee shop in Celetna is a great little place to have a coffee and read. These are the kind of places I like to find. But I will say for me the most amazing place in Prague is no doubt the Castle. I go about once every couple of months and take the tours. There is too much to learn and see to get it all in the first try.
If we could use one word to describe our crazy lady from Poland it would be “bubbly”. Her infectious humour translates on both her in-person and virtual tours. She is known for her spot-on cooking skills, her passion for languages, and her knowledge of beer. As far as her beer knowledge, she did run a microbrewery and understands the process of making and enjoying the most popular beverage in this country.
What is your favourite place in Prague and why? My favourite place in Prague is the district of Bubeneč in Prague 6 – I love the local architecture, close proximity to nature, and the people I encounter there.
What is your dream destination? I would love to explore Portugal more! So far I have only been to Porto, but I feel like the rest of the country is calling may name.
Nikola comes to us from the picturesque hills of Moravian Wallachia. In 2006 she moved to Prague to study art history as well as social and mass communication. Taking this education she entered the tourist industry where she found her passion. Her love of history and Prague show through as a tour guide. She humbly states that the city itself is half the success of her tours. We think it might have more to do with her knowledge and the personal touches she brings to both her virtual and in-person tours.
If you are here in person and have her as a guide, be sure to inquire as to the great places to eat. As a food enthusiast, there are few restaurants or cafes that have escaped her scrutiny.
If you happen to have Nikola on your tour, you are sure to get the best tips and recommendations for places to eat. She believes that in order to truly explore a certain place, you have to experience it with all your senses.
What is your favourite place in Prague and why? Lesser Town is my number one choice! There is so many amazing things to do: you can feed swans near the Charles Bridge, leave your initials on the John Lennon’s Wall, walk through the narrow streets towards the Prague Castle, or explore one of the charming gardens, such as the Vrtba Garden.
What is your dream destination? I am fascinated by the Pacific Crest Trail for its diversity. However, it is a very demanding trail and maybe it will forever remain just a dream. But who knows!
In his previous life, Guillaume was a teacher of philosophy in France. All has changed when he fell in love with a Czech, moved to Prague, and started a new chapter of his story. His understanding of cultural ideas and his love for art and history make him a fantastic guide touring the city of Prague. His passion for beer and food (he is French) round out his knowledge of the culture of the city.
What is your favourite place in Prague and why?Generally, my neighbourhood on the border of Zizkov and Vinohrady. Beautiful architecture, nice restaurants and pubs, farmers’ markets, lots of parks to chill, what to expect more? Life can be really sweet in Prague.More specifically, KAVKA bookstore: a goldmine for art and book lovers. They have everything about Czech art, and if a book is to be found in a foreign language, that’s here. They also have a very interesting selection of prints or paintings. The best place to be introduced to Czech art.
What is your dream destination?
At the moment, I would go anywhere! I am travel deprived. Joke apart, I am dreaming of a seafood plate in front of the sea.