Rašínovo and Hořejší nábřeží will be connected by a new regular ferry service. Praguers and tourists will be able to travel faster between the two banks of the Vltava River.
The ferry, called Šemík, will be operated by the well-known Prague Venice company. The first boat will leave this Friday, July 10, from the Smíchov side. Šemík has a capacity of 40 passengers and is wheelchair accessible.
The ferry will operate every day from 10 am to 10 pm. On Saturday, the service starts at 7:30.
However, the Prague Venice company warns that the timetable may change during the year according to the number of passengers.
The ticket price per person is CZK 20.
About Prague Venice Company
The Prague Venice company (Pražské Benátky s.r.o.) runs ferry cruises on the Moldau River and the Canal Čertovka (Devil’s Stream) in the heart of Prague.
The company was founded AD 1993 by Mr. Zdeněk Bergman, a Prague ferryman.
After finishing his studies of the science of water supply and distribution, he commenced building up the company that combines his dream of carrying out the boating trade and his love for old Prague, together with his desire to acquaint as many people as possible with what he believes is beautiful, valuable and noble in this city.
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