This 3-hour private walking tour with a historian guide introduces visitors to Prague's 1,000 years of history. Walk from the Old Town to the Jewish Quarter and learn about the city from the Middle Ages and Renaissance through the ordeals and triumphs of its modern history.
Start your private 3-hour walking tour with a historian guide in Prague's Old Town Square, the ancient marketplace that established the city as an important center for medieval trade. Learn about the late Gothic towers of Tyn Church and Old Town Hall, which triumphantly exhibit the economic and cultural power that Prague achieved during its centuries of Bohemian self-rule. Walk through the winding streets of Old Town and see the monuments and buildings that reveal the social and political complexities of the city’s multicultural past.
Explore the Jewish Quarter and see the oldest functioning temple in Europe, the Old New Synagogue. Learn about the ancient Jewish cemetery and the rococo Jewish Town Hall as well as the cultural and economic interactions of Prague’s venerable Jewish community with its German and Czech neighbors. End the tour at the Vltava River with a great view of Prague Castle and additional insight into the Czech political system.