I study Central European history, culture, and art at Charles University in Prague. I have been providing guided tours since 2015, when I got my professional license, in Prague, Terezín Concentration Camp, the spa city of Karlovy Vary, and other UNESCO sites in the Czech Republic.
I was born in Prague, the city I love. I repeatedly visited Florida, the residence of a family friend, and have traveled in many other states of the US.
After four years of my experience with tour guiding, and hundreds of tours I had, I started to enjoy the feeling that my clients were satisfied with the tours. Showing my country's cultural, architectural and historical treasures to foreign travelers makes me happy every time.
Why should you visit Prague? Prague lies in the heart of Europe, and it is almost 1200 years old city. The feeling that you can explore streets, buildings and places where our ancestors were living hundreds of years before us will impress you. I will provide you in several hours information about our cultural life, cuisine, traditions, history, politics etc. . . During the tours that I give, you will see Prague Castle - the largest castle complex in central Europe, the Charles Bridge, which is more than 650 years old, Jewish Quarter in Prague, Astronomical Clock - more than 600 years old, and still functional, and many other sites.
My interests are history, architecture, languages, politics, traveling, and of course, finding new fun spots in new cities. I loved exploring the monuments of architecture in Rome, Berlin, Vienna, Budapest, Bratislava, Paris, Nuremberg, and Amsterdam. I like also sports, for instance: fitness, biking, snowboarding, swimming.
Let me invite you to my wonderful city, and share with you fun during our tours.
A Recent Review of this guide
Good and interesting guide. Flexible and om time. Recomended!
Prague Tour Guide License - Tyrkys, school of business in tourism
I am not a driver guide in Prague but I can arrange transportation upon request. I am able to accomodate my Prague tours for disabled people on wheel chairs, slower walking people with walkers or mobility scooters.