This is a funny race in the Prague city street with Trabants - the old-fashion communists cars originally from East Germany. Clients are divided into smaller teams of three members. Each team gets map of Prague, road books, digital camera, trabant car history booklet and own Trabant car with driver. The aim of the rallye is to find three checkpoints and fulfill several tasks. On the last checkpoint there is time for driving lesson with trabants. You might try to drive car on your own or engage in other quests like loading the carriage, blind slalom or pushing the car without using the engine.
PRAGUE MOVIE MAKER
At the beginning of the program, there is short introduction of the activity and technical rules are explained. Group is then divided into several teams. Each movie crew contains director, screenwriter, actors and actresses, cameraman, lighting technical, clapboard girl, musician etc. The aim is to shoot at least 120 second commercial spot. Each team can use a wide range of costumes, wig collection and HD movie devices with iPads and MP3 music library. In the evening there is a screen projection of all movies and "Academy" gives out the prizes for The Best Male Actor, The Best Female Actor, The Best Movie, etc.
Fun that is not suitable only for young people! We offer the real racing on the longest kart track in Europe, at 910 meters. There are more than 30 curves and average speed reaches as much as 40kmph. The track is situated in an old glasshouse which provides great light conditions and it is heated in winter and air-conditioned in summer.
This is an interactive tour for beer lovers including visits to famous pubs. Each team receives a game road book, map of Prague, envelope with money, digital camera and beer passport for collecting stamps from restaurants. The aim of the game is visit as much pubs marked on the map as possible and taste local beers. Funny photos from every pubs serve as evidence. There is also a quiz about beer and Prague included in the game.
BOAT CRUISES AND RIDES BY HISTORICAL TRAM
Most Prague tours are walking tour because Prague's urban plan consists of old narrow medieval streets where buses can hardly fit. Alternative means of transportation can be by historical tram or boat tours. The historical trams date back to 1908 - 1942 and have wooden interiors. The tram conductor wears a stylish historical uniform. A glass of sect can be arranged for guests. If you do not fancy tram ride, the boat cruise on Moldau River might be an option for you. From the river you can admire the most important monuments and have a buffet meal.
During your visit you can purchase wonderful presents for yourself as well as for those close to you. Typical Czech products are traditional wooden toys for children, Jewellery from Bohemian garnets, natural cosmetics, Czech beer or wine, cut crystal, porcelain and Becherovka- the alcoholic herbal liqueur - and the highly alcoholic spirit called Absinth.