Explore the history of communism and the Velvet Revolution on a 3-hour walking tour of Prague. Discover how the average Czech lived, worked and played under Communism. Your laid-back local guide will bring the "good old days“ back to life!
What to Expect
The walking tour starts in the Old Town Square, where you will hear the story of how the new Czechoslovakia Republic was formed in 1918. Discover the dark days of Nazi occupation and liberation by the Russian Red Army in 1945.
In the Wenceslas Square you will learn about the 1960s and the Prague Spring, when the Soviet Army crushed the nation's blossoming dreams of democracy in 1968. The tour takes you up to the Velvet Revolution in 1989, signaling the end of this grey period of Cold War history.
You'll take a break for beer, kofola, or a snack in an authentic canteen of the working-class. Visiting a nuclear bunker from 50s will round off your communist adventure in Prague.
You will also see historical photos of the events, people, buildings and statues, many of them now destroyed.
To encourage dialogue, the group size is limited to 10 people.
- Exclusive visit to nuclear bunker
- Original communist pin as a gift
- Discount to Museum of Communism
- Small groups up to 10 people
- Break for Kofola in authentic canteen
What's Not Included
- Refreshments in the snack bar
Powder Tower at Náměstí Republiky (Republic Square)