Guided Tours

For guided sightseeing tours and trips I recommend to our guests and their friends to use only services of qualified, educated guides with a professional certificate.

Two qualified colleagues of ours will gladly prepare an individually tailored programme for you. They will provide you with the information about the best restaurants and cultural events and suggest possible sightseeing tours as well. You will not have to dash after a group of strangers, your guide will be at your disposal all the time.

Both our guides are qualified, speak foreign languages fluently and will do their best for you to have great time. And they are not boring!

Roman Maňák

Director of the Adalbert Hotel

Our guides

Zuzana Jenšíková (* 1981)

Zuzana Jenšíková (* 1981)

As a young girl Zuzana was somewhat lost in time—on family trips around the Czech Republic she was fascinated by guides in historical costumes with heavy keys at their waist who opened heavy doors for visitors and provided them with erudite information about history. Since then she has always been passionate about history, historical costumes, theatre and guiding tourists, which is important for us. After graduating from a hotel management school and conservatory in Prague she travelled around the world. She settled in Germany where she studied German and Spanish translatology. After twelve years abroad she returned to Prague and started to work as a sales manager and receptionist at the Adalbert Hotel. At the same time she has been studying German philology at Charles University and has obtained a professional certificate for Prague guides. Her favourite tours in Czech, German and Spanish are:

  • Vyšehrad
  • The Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí), Fruit Market (Ovocný trh), Coal Market (Uhelný trh), Church of St Martin in the Wall (Svatý Martin ve Zdi), Bethlehem Chapel (Betlémská kaple), Stone Bell House (Dům U Kamenného zvonu), Church of Our Lady before Týn (Týnský chrám)
  • Břevnov Monastery
  • Prague museums and theatres, including the National Museum
  • Prague at night… where legenadary figures of history come to life after dusk
Zuzana Jenšíková (* 1981)

Robert Wagner (*1974)

Robert Wagner (*1974)

Robert Wagner was born in Prague and that is why he can offer an uncommon perspective of Prague, a city which is sometimes called “mater urbium”, mother of towns. Prague has always been given many attributes and it is not by chance that it is considered magic. Robert can present to you also recent history when as a teenager he lived under the totalitarian communist regime and witnessed its fall in 1989, too. He studied history and international territorial studies. He has always been interested in Prague and architecture. If you want to visit Prague Jewish Quarter, he will show you round the Old Town and Josefov. His favourite tours in English, Russian and Czech are:

  • Prague Castle
  • Prague Jewish Quarter, Josefov
  • Prague sites connected with World War II events
  • historical centre (together with statues of David Černý)
  • Czech cubism

Robert can organize tours on electric bikes or by veteran cars.

Robert Wagner (*1974)