Holešovice - industrial embraced by the Vltava River

The peninsula in the floodplain, where for a long time were only fields and two villages - Holešovice in the north and Bubny in the south, suddenly became - thanks to the abundance of water - a very suitable place to build factories "outside the city" after the annexation to Prague.

Holešovice has retained its distinctive industrial character until now. Come with us to admire the beauty and a certain rawness of this second port of Prague.

P.S.: Oh, and we'll also tell you where they have the best Phó soup. ;-)


(If the tour is happening and is not sold out, it is possible to purchase tickets online up until the start of the walk.)


Next date of the walk: Wednesday June 22 at 6 pm

Meeting place: In front of the main entrance to the Holešovice Market Hall (tram stop Pražská tržnice).

Duration: ± 2 hours

Price: 300,- / person (reduced* 200,-)

Guide: Kristian ;-)

Maximum number of participants: 16 persons

What to look forward to: The former slaughterhouse, the first Prague water meter factory, the former metal furniture factory, the former spice "mixing" factory, the former port, the former steam mill, the hidden gem of cubism, the former brewery and much more...

* Senior 65+, ISIC and PD card holders.