October18 2017 (Wed)
11:00 AM

Old Town and Jewish Ghetto

Tour in German Language

Old Town Square and Jewish Quarter | Autumn walks in Prague

120 minutes | Available

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Date: October 18, 2017 | 11:00 (Wed)
Venue: Old Town Square and Jewish Quarter
Duration: 120 minutes
Status: Available
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Visit the Prague Old Town and Jewish Ghetto.

Tour in German Language
This tour is not suitable for disabled or wheelchair users.
Meeting point: Trips and Tickets, Tynska 7, Praha 1
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If you are in Prague for the first time, this brief tour of Old Town and the Jewish Ghetto is perfect for you. Experienced guide will tell you about the mysterious symbols on the Astronomical clock, you will learn about the Czechs’ beloved Jan Hus, the man from the big monument on Old Town Square.
You will visit places which were important for the development of culture and education in Czech country as you are guided by the Karolinum, Estates Theatre, the home of Franz Kafka, and many beautiful gothic or baroque churches.
Come with us and feel the vibes of history in the famous and mysterious Jewish Ghetto.
Enjoy a pleasant walk with our guide through the Old Town and the Prague Jewish Ghetto. Let´s discover the hidden history of Old Prague while visiting the popular sites in The City of 100 Spires with experienced guide.
Old Town square - the Astronomical clock - Listen to the tales and to the real history.
Jan Hus monument - the Old Town square - Learn about famous Czech priest Jan Hus whose monument is situated at the Old Town Square.
The Estates Theatre - You will be guided through our important cultural places - such as famous and beautiful opera house - the Estates Theatre, where W. A. Mozart premiered his most famous opera Don Giovanni in 1787.
Jewish ghetto in Prague - Come and see the synagogues and visit the Jewish cemetery - the largest one in Europe.

You are going to explore:

Origin of the words Bohemia and Czech
Old Town Square
Jan Hus and the Husites
Execution of 27 men in 1621
Astronomical Clock
Estates Theatre
Charles University
St. James Church
Tyn Cathedral
The area of Ungelt
Jewish Quarter
Franz Kafka
Synagogues
Old Jewish Cemetery
Burial-brotherhood

Please note:

This tour is not suitable for disabled or wheelchair users.
 

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