Jewish Prague

  • Tour code: 245-966
  • Available: Tue, Fri, Sun
  • Depart from: Prague, Czech Republic
  • Duration: 3 Hours
From USD$39.16

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Walking tour to visit Prague (Maisel Synagogue, Old Jewish Cemetery, Old-New Synagogue, Pinkas Synagogue, Spanish Synagogue).

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  • Child rates: Child rates apply to those who are 3-10 yrs old. Student rates(with valid ISIC card): Student rates apply to those who are 11-25 yrs old.
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  • Day 1 Prague
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Day 1 Prague

This tour will begin after guests have gathered at the specified departure location. Today, we will take a trip through time as we learn about the local Jewish history in Prague. During this walking tour, we will see several important sites such as the Old Jewish Cemetery, the Old-New Synagogue, the Maisel Synagogue, the Spanish Synagogue, and the Pinkas Synagogue in central Europe's most famous Jewish Quarter. Afterwards, we will return to the departure location to bring the tour to an end. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

Prague has been an important city for 1,100 years. It is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic, features more than ten museums, and its historic city center is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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    Used between the 15th and 18th centuries, this cemetery in the Jewish Quarter of Prague features many layers of graves and tombs on top of each other. Therefore it is unknown exactly how many people were buried there.
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    This Gothic synagogue in Prague's Jewish District opened in 1270, and is therefore the oldest active one in Europe. It is rumored that the Golem, a Jewish folkloric monster, rests in the attic.
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    This synagogue, built between 1590 and 1592, was named for the man who funded its construction. After it burnt down in 1689, it was rebuilt in a more Baroque style. Today, it houses a Jewish museum.
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    Built in 1868 in a Moorish revival style, this ornate synagogue in Prague is famous for both its front facade and intricate interior design. It is currently owned by the Jewish Museum of Prague.
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    One of many synagogues in Prague, the Pinkas synagogue, opened in 1535, was once the private one of the Horowitz family. Today, it is a Holocaust memorial, with the names of over 77,000 Jewish victims on the wall.

*Return time is an estimate and varies based on traffic and weather conditions.




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