Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Rating: based on 11 reviews
Take in a fascinating walking tour through Prague’s Jewish history, where you will experience the only Central European Jewish town-quarter to survive the holocaust. This tour takes you to see the Jewish quarter of Prague, but will also give you a stunning introduction to the city – as we traverse the medieval streets of a bygone time.
- Jewish Museum entrance fee
- Professional guide
- Walking tour
With over a thousand years of history, the Prague Jewish Community is filled with many sites that still testify to its rich past as one of the major European centres of Jewish life. You’re walking tour will take you through the Old Jewish Cemetery. You’ll also visit some of the six surviving synagogues and Kafka’s house before walking through Maiselova Street to the Old Tour Square, where your journey to the past ends.
Your Jewish Prague Walking Tour includes admission to the Jewish Museum, one of the best of it’s kind in Europe and the Old Jewish Cemetery, in which 12,000 tombstones remain.
Departure Point: The Yellow Kiosk, Republic Square
Departure Time: 10:15am
Return Details: Returns to original departure point
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No doubt, the most interesting tour in Prague. The guide did not present always the right facts about the things we saw, but on the other hand it was a new experience for most of the visitors.
Reviewed by: Arie A, Israel