This way you do not lose your precious time because the local person takes you to all the important places, you see the highlights but also the hidden places, corners, and passages.
I was born in Prague, I know it perfectly. Despite all my travels, I love this city most of all, it is my favorite city. I am a professional guide of Prague and the Czech Republic since 1992, I have a lot of experience with guiding and organizing tours and stays in our country. Several times a year I guide tours over different cities located in Central Europe (Berlin, Dresden, Vienna, Cracow, Budapest, Munich…. ). We can even go there together if you want to do a several day tour in the region ''.
I like history, architecture, arts, literature, languages, and people of different cultures.
All my tours are strictly private as it is the best way how to show Prague to each customer. I do not like to run and rush, there is plenty of time to see everything.
As I lived in the Czech Republic during the Communist time, be free to ask as many questions as possible about what was the totalitarian regime like between the WWII and the Velvet Revolution in 1989. Sure, you can read about it in books, but explanation and commentary of a person who lived through that is the best way how to understand this sad chapter of the 20th century.
I am looking forward to meeting you in Prague soon. Now it is the best time…. you know, everything is going to change and maybe in a couple of years the city will be very modern, having contemporary building without any historical value. So, don't hesitate anymore. Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, who knows how long it will remain like this.
A Recent Review of this guide
Eva is a great tour guide. Insightful ! Travelling with a friend on his first visit and its my 6th visit. I was not bored at all even after visiting the same places and learnt new things about this charming city. Am a travel publisher from Asia and I can't recommend Eva enough! Thank you
Licenses: Prague, Prague Castle, Jewish quarter,
guide since 1992