Life under communism and changes after 1989 with a private guide
On November 17, 1989, a peaceful student demonstration in Prague was beaten by police. That event initiated demonstrations held in the whole country to late December which led to the collapse of the communist regime.
During this walk we will trace back these crucial events in our history, will visit places where the demonstrations were held. We will also visit the Museum of Communism with an interesting exhibition and a short film played.
We will walk on the National Street, visit the monument dedicated to Nov 17, 1989 , Wenceslas Square, Lucerna Palace, and Museum of Communism. Possibly, if time allows, we can also include Monument to the victims of communism and the Lennon wall.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Hotel
End Point Options: Hotel
Duration: 3 hours
we will walk and use public transportation (tram, bus, mero).
Estimated Local Cash Needed
250 CZK - Musuem of communism entry and tram tix
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Katerina was an extraordinary guide. Her knowledge of and love for Prague, its art and history, are immense and passionate. She was energetically committed to imparting that knowledge and passion to us, together with her personal anecdotes, which connected us powerfully to the history and life of this amazing city and country. We give her our highest possible rating. Thank you so much, Katerina, for your time with us.