Following the metamorphosis of the once inspiring coexistence between Czechs, Germans and Jews. Prague as a center of the Jewish diaspora. The oldest functioning synagogue in Europe, the “Golden Renaissance” times of Jews in Prague, the assimilation, Hitler’s invasion of Czech lands. The Golem, Franz Kafka, Madelaine Albright. The dark role of the concentration camp Terezín in the Nazi propaganda, the devastating Holocaust. The Communist oppression and where are we now.
SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS
Who invented the ghettos?
What is the legend of Golem about?
Why is there a crucifix with a Hebrew superscription on the Charles Bridge?
What were the "kindertransports"?
What was the price of a loaf of bread in the Lodz Ghetto?
How did a murdered Jewish boy's drawing get to the Moon?
Are there any Jews living in Prague now?
YOUR COMFORT AND WISHES
We are flexible. We can modify tours according to your wishes. Different needs call for special touches. Let us be prepared.
DURATION: 3,5 HRS
MEETING POINT: The tour
begins in the Old Town Square at the Jan Hus Monument.
PRICE (per private group):
1 - 3 people: 140 €
4 - 10 people: 210 €
Larger groups and academic institutions please contact us for pricing.
The price doesn't include the entrance tickets to the Jewish museum (270 CZK/adult,
160 CZK/child, student).
Please note that during Jewish holidays the sights are closed.
The tour happens in a different mode, using photos, focusing on stories, without entering the synagogues and cemetery.
The tour begins at the Jan Hus Monument in Prague's Old Town Square.
*closest metro stop is "Staroměstská" on the Green Line "A".
*closest tram stop is also called "Staroměstská", trams #17, #18, #2
Private groups, we can meet in the lobby of your hotel/airbnb (central location only).
Staroměstské Náměstí, 110 00, Praha, Prague, Czech Republic