By the early 18th century, more Jews lived in Prague than anywhere else in the world, making up ¼ of the city’s population. The explosion of culture came to an abrupt halt with the outbreak of World War II and the devastation of the Holocaust.
After the fall of the USSR in 1990, Prague’s Jewish community came slowly back to life, and the Jewish revival continues to this day – energized by increased involvement from young Jews, many of whom are discovering their heritage for the first time.
Jewish and General Prague: Old Town and Jewish Quarter
Price: 80 EUR per person. 4 to 8 person.
Entrance fees: No entrance fees (all sites seen from the outside).
About our guides:
Our guides are all either Jewish Studies majors or historians and involved with the Jewish Community today. They are experienced, professional guides and work for us long-term.
Accessibility and walking time:
This tour is accessible for people with mobility issues. For wheelchairs, please inform us!
Walking time is approximate of 45 minutes, depending on the pace.
No, I don’t want a small group tour. I would like a private and customized tour: