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Photography tours in Prague are available daily until the 30 of November by booking at least 24-hours prior to the commencement of the tour. Bookings can be made by calling +420 776 535 180 or sending an email to richard@nebeskyimages.com

What Do You Get on the Tour?
You will discover the major sights of Prague as well as many other photographic attractions that you may miss on your short visit to the city. Unlike other Walking Tours in Prague, Photo Walking Tours offer expert photographic advice on how to frame pictures, utilise light and get the most out of your camera, regardless of its make or model, and many other useful tips. You will also get a pamphlet with these photographic tips. The purpose of these walking tours is to not only discover the sights of Prague, but to enhance your images with stylish photographs you will be proud to call your own.

What To Bring?
Participants on these walking tours need to bring their own camera and accessories such as camera bag, tripod, lenses, filters, water, hat, sunscreen lotion, etc.

The Cost!
The cost of the three-hour Photo Walking Tour is 1400 Kc (€60) per person.
Every additional hour is 450 Kc (€20) per person.
Discounts for backpackers and special interest groups apply.

These three-hourly tours can upon request, be customised to suit your plans. Unlike regular walking or bus tours, the Photo Walking Tours enhance your photographic images by also conducting tours at sunrise, sunset and twilight hours, in addition to regular day tours.

Nine-hour photo course
This course is for the more demanding photographers who would like an extensive workshop that covers basic or advanced photography in depth. It is divided into four sessions, that concentrate on how to take better pictures of city/street scape, architecture, portraits, action, sports, flash and tripod skills. A free pamphlet introducing photography and how to take better pictures is included.  The cost is 3900 Kc (€170) per person. This course can be taken over three or four days or several weekends.

The Castle

Discover the Castle where kings and emperors ruled, including the St Vitus Cathedral where they were crowned. Photograph Prague as they viewed it from the Palace Gardens.

Vltava River & Islands

Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of the islands like Kampa, where markets were held a thousand years ago. Soak up the cool air along the river bank while admiring the curves of the ultra-modern Dancing Building.

Old Town

Experience this suburb starting with the Old Town Square, that is dripping with history. Its Medieval buildings witnessed executions and many other events including beer drinking which is still popular today.

Mala Strana Quarter

The quarter below the Castle has a mix of colourful Medieval streets and lanes winding down to the river, which the 14th century Charles Bridge spans.

Jewish Quarter

Find out about the mysterious Golem legend while photographing one of Europe’s most valuable Jewish monuments.

Wenceslas Square

The long square is more like a Parisienne boulevard, which has been the scene of many of Prague’s historical events. The surrounding buildings hide many photogenic passage ways.

These photographic walking tours are designed to show people the major sights of the city and how to photograph them. They are not a complete historical tour of attractions and does not claim to cover every attraction in Prague. The tours are not a substitute for an accredited photographic course such as a professional photographic TAFE or university course. The tour does not include entrance fees to attractions or premises. Photographic Walking Tours do not take any responsibility for injury or accidents to participants and damage or loss to personal items brought on the tour.

Contact: richard@nebeskyimages.com ABN 68 725 424 936