Jewish Prague

A unique walk through Prague's famous Jewish guarter      

3 hours 900 CZK / 39 EUR / 39 USD Children (4-12 years): 400 CZK  |  Students (12-26 years): 700 CZK  |  Infants (up 3 years): 0 CZK


A trip through Prague's Jewish history with a live guide. During this walking tour you will see the only Central European Jewish town-quarter that survived the holocaust. You will learn about the Old Jewish Cemetery, some of the six surviving synagogues and Kafka’s house. You will then walk through Maiselova to the Old Town Square where your journey ends. The price does not include admission to the sites, but if you want to explore more of the Jewish quarter you can buy tickets for the Jewish Museum at the end of the tour to visit the synagogues and the cemetary in more detail.

DEPARTURE DAYS: Summer (April-October) FRI, Winter (November-March) FRI


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Bus Stop A - Staromestske namesti (Old Town Square)

Location: The corner of Parizska Street No. 1 and Old Town Square, beside the St. Nicholas Church (Please attention! We have two St. Nicholas Churches in Prague. This one is located at the Old Town, not across the river.). The nearest metro station "Staromestska" - metro line A. You go along Kaprova Street in the direction of the Old Town Square

GPS: 50.087926, 14.420260

Latitude: 50.087926, Longitude: 14.420260


Bus Stop B - Namesti Republiky (Republic Square)

Location: Republic Square No. 3, opposite to the Municipal Palace, In front of the Hybernia Palace. From Republic Square the direction Na Prikope Street. The nearest metro station "Namesti Republiky" - metro line B.

GPS: 50.087784, 14.428631

Latitude: 50.087784, Longitude: 14.428631