Visit the city’s charming old town and walk through Prague’s Jewish Quarter. Be informed about the past of the Jewish society and the events leading to WW II.
Rating by PETRA on 12. October 2017
Rating by Markus Wendel on 07. September 2016
Your guided walk in Prague starts at Jan Palach Square, which is located close to the banks of the Vltava River. Meet your guide in front of the magnificent Rudolfinum, an old renaissance concert hall.
You’ll gain an overview of the Jewish heritage that still characterizes areas of the city. Your guide will show you around to the most important synagogues where you can experience the religion of the Jewish inhabitants.
Explore an old Jewish cemetery and walk by the places who inspired the author Frank Kafka literally. Finally, you’ll head over to Old Town and take a glance at the symbols of the Czech capital, including the world-famous astronomical clock.
Your passionate guide will ensure that you’ll get all information you need. Enjoy the commentary of a person who is well educated in regional and world history and detect the stories behind the beautiful monument you admire.
Your guide will be holding an blue and white umbrella.
• Entrance tickets
In front of the Rudolfinium at Jan Palach Square. Your guide will be holding an blue and white umbrella.
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