Prague Old Town and Jewish Quarter Walking Tour, Czechia
Enjoy a pleasant walk through Old Town Square and explore the history, legends, and significant places such as the Astronomical Clock, the Jan Hus Monument, Charles University, the Old New Synagogue, and the Old Jewish Cemetery!
Prague's Old Town
the Astronomical Clock
the Jan Hus monument
the Charles University
the Old-New Synagogue
the Old Jewish Cemetery
hotel pick-up and drop-off
Please note: a minimum of two people is required for this tour. The tour does not enter the interiors of Prague Castle. An adult must accompany children. Comfortable walking shoes and a bottle of water are recommended. Please arrive at the meeting point 10 minutes before the tour departure time. Departures are on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Time Out magazine's annual poll of the world's most beautiful cities named Prague the winner, outranking such well-known destinations as London, New York, Singapore, and even Paris. The jingle of Baroque church bells, the awe-inspiring architecture, and the air of vintage glamour make Prague a charming and breathtaking destination. Experience Prague on this 2-hour stroll and form your own opinion.
Visit the Old Town and the historic Jewish Quarter of Prague to discover the city's rich history and get lost in time: take a stroll through Old Town Square, visit landmarks like the Astronomical Clock, the Jan Hus Monument, Charles University, the Old New Synagogue, and the Old Jewish Cemetery, and awaken a love for the city of 100 steps that will last a lifetime.
Learn about the Jewish community in Prague as your guide shows you the Jewish Cemetery, and see Josefov — formerly the Jewish ghetto of Prague, which is part of the city's Old Town (Staré Město). Steeped in history, it breathes Jewish culture. Some beautiful and old synagogues are still acting, whereas others have been converted into art galleries and museums. Following this introduction to the city's Jewish history, you'll be shown around the major synagogues and the Jewish cemetery, as well as the spots where famous Polish writers lived and worked.