Tour 14  The Jewish Town

Children (4-12 years): 42 EUR  |  Students (12-26 years): 54 EUR

3 hours Walking

During this walking tour you will visit the unique Jewish municipal area in Central Europe which survived the Holocaust. We take you through the Old Town Cemetery, visit some of the surviving synagogues and learn about the Jewish history. We continue through Maisel Street to the Old Town Square where we say goodbye to you.

Highlights: Monument of Franz Kafka (3.75 m high and weighs 800 kg) is situated between Spanish Synagogue and gothic Church St. Esprit, Dusní street. A two-figure sculpture consisting of two bodies – the lower massive figure is a hollow suit (jacket and trousers), and on its shoulders sits Franz Kafka himself. The memorial is inspired by Kafka’s short story Description of a Struggle.

Do you know that The Jerusalem Synagogue is the youngest synagogue in Prague and one of the most beautiful synagogues in the Czech Republic. It was built in the Moorish-Secession style in 1905-1906. Its interior is unique especially for its colourfull and ornamental decoration.




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Departure Point Namesti Republiky 3 (Yellow Kiosk)

Location: Republic Square No. 3, opposite to the Municipal Palace, In front of the Hybernia Palace. From Republic Square the direction Na Prikope Street. The nearest metro station "Namesti Republiky" - metro line B.

Latitude: 50.0875489, Longitude: 14.4285549