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With roots stretching back to the 13th century, this was the only Central European Jewish town quarter that survived the Holocaust.
Stroll through the Old Jewish Cemetery, where you can still make out the engravings on faded 15th century headstones.
Explore several of the area’s most beautiful synagogues and walk along Maiselova Street, which was one of the main arteries in the Jewish quarter.
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01 Apr – 31 Oct: Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
01 Nov – 31 Mar: Friday
3 hoursStart time
Republic Square 3 (The yellow kiosk of Prague Sightseeing Tours & Cityrama)
The tour ends at the Old Town Square
To join the tour please make your way to Republic Square 3 (The yellow kiosk of Prague Sightseeing Tours & Cityrama) for this walking tour of Jewish Prague.
Your walking tour begins in Prague’s old Jewish quarter, whose history extends back to the 13th century, when the members of the city’s Jewish community were ordered to leave their homes and settle in one area.
The buildings standing in the Jewish quarter represent the best preserved complex of Jewish historical monuments in Europe.
Your two-hour walking tour includes a stroll through the Old Jewish Cemetery, the oldest existing Jewish cemetery in Europe, with tombstones dating back to 1439.
You will also visit several synagogues during your tour, and traverse the narrow Maiselova Street, which was one of the main avenues of the old Jewish quarter.
Your tour concludes in Prague’s Old Town Square.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details
This tour is guided MULTILINGUALLY, that means this tour accompanied in English and German language, maybe 3rd language possible.
I have learned so much with Isango Tour guide in Prague! Now I would like to do Isango Versailles Tour from Paris!...Nina Truong, United States, 30/Jun/2013
We were happy with overall tour. The tour covered about 95% of what we wanted to see. The Alte-Nue synagogue should have been included even though it is not really part of the...Stephen Lerner, United States, 22/Aug/2012