Exploring Jewish history in Prague and Jewish Museum
During our 3 hours Private Tour we walk throught the streets of the former Jewish Quarter which was a part of the Old Town in Prague and visit Jewish Museum.
Jewish Museum is worldwide unique because presents history of Jews for a very very long time from one area including Old-New Synagogue from 1270. During exploring tour we will visit Pinkas Synagogue, Old Jewish Cemetary where were beried people from 15. - 18. century. After that we will visit The Ceremonial Hall and also Klausen Synagogue. The Old-New Synagogue has original gothic valting ceiling as it was built in 1270 and you will feel like been taken back in time. In the end we walk throught the Paris street to Spanish Synagogue which was built in 1868 in a Moorish style. Tour will finish at Old Town Square.
We will meet in hotel lobby and walk or take public transportation system in order to reach former Jewish Quarter for our Tour. After purchaising tickets we walk throught the streets of the former Jewish Quarter while visiting Pinkas Synagogue, Old Jewish Cemetery, The Klausen Synagogue, The Ceremonial Hall, Old-New Synagogue and Spanish Synagogue. After Tour we will finish in Old Town or back in your hotel.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Lobby of your hotel
End location: Old Town Square or your hotel
Duration: 3 hours
Tour is not available on Saturdays and Jewish Holidays.
we will be walking and using Public Transportation.
Native Czech Guide happy to answer all your questions :)
Estimated Local Cash Needed
2000 CZK - There is Jewish Museum entry fee planed and its always good to have cash with you as not all places accept credit cards to pay refreshments, food etc. I reccomend to have 2000 CZK but there also ATM all over the Prague.
Entrance fee for Jewish Museum 530 CZK/adult
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A complete tour of the Jewish Quarter with A very experienced guide. Eva was very prepared and filled us with many details we would not have discover ourselves. Her pride in the Czech Republic and its history comes through in her wonderful stories. We highly recommend Eva to future travelers to Prague.