Experience the awe and dread of what life was like during Prague’s cold war period. Learn about the history of communism in Czechoslovakia, hear stories from this time and visit a real nuclear bunker hidden under the city with the Nuclear Bunker Museum.
What to Expect
Step back in time to a dark period in Czechoslovakia’s history. With an expert guide leading the way, you will discover what it was like to live in country under communist rule – an age of paranoia, spying, fear and violence.
You will learn about the history of communism, hear cold war stories and about the biggest statue of Stalin ever built and the former headquarters of the former communist secret police.
Afterwards the tour will lead you for a visit to Prague’s largest nuclear bunker. Built in the 1950’s, this bunker was designed to accommodate up to 5000 people.
The tour will conclude with a trip to the nuclear bunker museum which will include cold war expositions and a special gasmask workshop.
- English speaking guide
- Transport fees to and from the bunker
- Entrance to the nuclear bunker museum and expositions.
What's Not Included
- Pick-up from your hotel is not included
Meeting point will be at the Prague Special Tours ticket office. The office is located inside the Art Passage at the west side of the Old Town Square. Once there go to passage on the left-hand side and look for signs to the Prague Special Tours ticket office. Address: Male Namesti 459/11, Praha 1, 110 00. For further details, please take a look at the above image 'Starting Point and Ticket Office' in the picture gallery.
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