In addition to being the oldest and largest steamboat on the Vltava River, the Vyšehrad steamboat is one of only two remaining historical paddle steamers in the whole country. It was built as a boat intended for personal transport during the interwar period, when steamboats were in vogue.
The Vyšehrad is used mainly as a restaurant steamboat.
Enjoy a weekend trip to the zoo, but only through the end of September. Take advantage of this final chance to take a cruise from Rašín Embankment to Císařský Island and then a free ferry to Troja.
On Tuesday, 10 September, the historical Vltava steamboat hosted the representatives of the Prague Riversides, the Office of Public Spaces, and the architect of the riverbank revitalisation, and—together with guests—discussed the future of Prague’s riverbanks.
On Saturday, September 7, we will sail for one-hour cruises along the changed route. The reason is the Prague City Swim event in the vicinity of Střelecký Island.