Tours of Prague
Prague in one day
If you have only limited time in Prague, we can discover together the most interesting parts of the city within few hours. Covering the Prague Castle area, Lesser Town, Charles Bridge, Old Town with its Old Town Square and Astronomical clock, Jewish Ghetto and part of New Town including Wenceslas Square, where the Velvet Revolution took place in 1989.
basic walk without interiors, but can be longer with more interiors or coffee or lunch breaks according to your needs and interests
This walk traces the history of ones the largest ghetto in Europe. We will talk more about traditions and customs of Bohemian and Moravian Jews and also hear about legends connected with this mystical part of Prague. We will visit very well-preserved synagogues, Prague Old Jewish Cemetery, Ceremonial Hall and also the oldest still active synagogue in Europe – Old-New Synagogue. Of course, we will have a chance to visit the places connected with the life and work of famous Jewish writer Franz Kafka.
Prague in two half-days
During two half-day city tours we will see the most interesting parts of Prague. One morning/afternoon we can discover Prague Castle area, Lesser Town, Hradcany Town and also cross the Charles Bridge. The next morning/afternoon we will concentrate on Old Town part of Prague, see the Astronomical clock, walk around former Jewish Ghetto and part of New Town area.
each walk 4 hours
Terezín Concentration Camp
About an hour drive from Prague is located Terezin, originally built as a Baroque fortress during the period of Austro-Hungarian monarchy to protect the border with Prussia. During the WWII. the town witnessed the most terrible moments of many European Jews who went through this concentration camp, which became a model “Jewish town” used for propaganda purposes as well as concentration camp with incredible culture life. During our private tour we will talk more about all the aspects of history of Terezin.
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“We live in wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventures. There is no end to the adventures we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.”
My name is Jana Hronková and since my childhood I have been living surrounded by the history and architectonical beauty of Prague. I grew up in a communist Czechoslovakia and when the political situation changed in the 90s, I used every opportunity during the summer holidays to travel around Europe and some other continents, which gave me a lot of new discoveries and opened my horizons. After spending few years in the marketing field, my travelling experiences changed my life. My passion for history drove me to my guiding carrier as a private guide in Prague and since 2006 I also work as a lead guide for Rick Steves Europe.
Tel: 732 185 180
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