Sightseeing tour was organized only for us-we were four.Our guide payd attention to our naive questions and recomended visit of next places to us.
Nicest underground I have ever seen. Much better than underground in Pilsen. Just go there and enjoy it.
Other than maybe 30 seconds the entire tour was in Czech. I found it conceptually interesting as I tried to imagine what we were seeing on the tour. But they should think about one tour a day in English.
We did the underground trip as part of the all-in-one 100Kc tickets for the Hussite museum, which was amazing value. The tour was conducted in Czech - some laminated notes are available in a number of other languages, which cover (I suspect) most of the guide's introductory talk, albeit in more succinct form. He was very helpful as we wandered... More
It was a very interesting underground tour. The underground is quite big, it connects the old houses and was used by the people when they were in danger - enemy attack or fire. They could live there a long time, had there the shops, workplaces etc. The floor is quite slipery, you have to careful when going up and down... More
An agonating experience! The guide slouched the full 3 quarter of an hour ahead of us. I understand the chzech language, was walking behind the guide but he barely said anything, not even noting people at slippery spots. As a result a lot of moaning and swearing behind me in the dark. By the time we could notice some daylight... More
We went through this underground tour with a group of really cute Czech kids. The tunnels were used after the town was destroyed by fire or enemies. There are 15km (you don't see it all) under the square connecting many of the houses in centuries past. The townspeople lived there while they rebuilt. Unique tour
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