Explore the Jewish heritage of Prague’s Jewish Quarter on a 2.5-hour walking tour, including entrance tickets to the synagogues and Jewish cemetery. Get an in-depth view of the Jewish community in the Czech Republic, hearing personal stories and more.
What to Expect
Explore the Jewish Quarter of Prague for an overview of the area's history and modern life, starting outside the Rudolfinium on Jan Palach Square.
Located on the banks of the River Vltava, the neo-renaissance concert hall is one of the oldest in Europe and had its debut concert in 1896 when Antonín Dvořák conducted. Walk to the Jewish Quarter, known as Josefov. Hear stories about the Jewish community and its most famous people.
Look inside one of the 6 synagogues in the area, and go to the Old Jewish Cemetery, one of the oldest in Central Europe. Your guide is an expert in the Jewish history of Prague and its people, and will tell stories that bring the history of the Jewish Quarter and its synagogues to life.
End at the Spanish Synagogue, built in 1868 on the site of Prague’s oldest Jewish house of prayer ("Old Shul").
Meet your guide in front of the Rudolfinium on Jan Palach Square, Prague. The guide will be holding an open blue and white umbrella.
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Know Before You Go
• Please dress for the weather, and wear shoes suitable for walking