Follow in the footsteps of Franz Kafka on a 1.5-hour walking tour of Prague. See the monuments of Old Town Square and stroll through the Jewish Quarter. Learn more about the writer’s special relationship with the city at sites related to his life.
What to Expect
Meet your guide by the house where the writer Franz Kafka was born at the Kafkův dům (Kafka House). Learn how Kafka's life revolved around Prague's Old Town Square, and stroll along streets that inspired some of the scenes and scenery in his stories.
Go to the Jewish Quarter of Josefov, completely surrounded by the Old Town. Along the way, see sights such as the Franz Kafka Monument and some of the buildings where he lived. Visit places related to his life and work in the city, such as Kinský Palace on Old Town Square. Hear explanations about his struggles and visionary work, and learn about the sometimes “prophetic” aspect of his writing.
Listen to details about the fascinating changes that Prague went through during Kafka's lifetime, and get a great overview of the very core of Prague's Old Town along the way. End on Old Town Square, where monuments include Kinský Palace, the Church of St. Nicholas and the medieval astronomical clock on the Old Town Hall.
Meet your guide in front of the "Kafka House" (Kafkův dům) on Kafka Square, a few steps from Old Town Square and on the west side of the Church of Saint Nicholas. Look for the red umbrella.
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