Discover Prague’s role during the time around World War Two. Learn about Operation Anthropoid and resistance members and visit related places of interest.
Rating by Claudia Schmid on 16. May 2019
In World War Two, Czechoslovakia played a crucial role and was key to Germany’s war effort. Behind its magnificent facades, Prague hides the traces of its past. During a three-hour-long walking tour you’ll gain insight into the happenings at that time. Learn how Hitler came to power and how the country fit into the Third Reich.
Listen to the explanations of your expert guide about Operation Anthropoid and the persons involved. Visit the places where resistance members were hiding during occupation and get to know the personal reasons and learn why they risked their lives.
During the guided tour you’ll have the chance to see the place where the country’s heroes fought their last battle. Discover buildings and landmarks connected to World War Two and dip into the student uprising and the early days of the war. The tour concludes at the Church of St Cyril and Methodius in the New Town, which now is as a memorial to the victims of the Third Reich.
The tour starts from Tynska 7 Prague 1. Directions from the Astronomical Clock: Cross the Old Town Square towards Tyn Cathedral. Facing the Tyn Cathedral you’ll take the narrow lane (Týnská) between the Cathedral and the pink baroque building (Kinsky palace). Once you arrive behind Tyn Cathedral, just turn to left and you will see the meeting point.
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