Premium Prague Jewish Quarter Tour

Enjoy this small-group tour and discover the treasures of the ancient Jewish Quarter of Prague. Tour the interiors of four famous synagogues and the exterior of the oldest synagogue north of the Alps, the Old-New Synagogue, still in use today. Take a walk through the Old Jewish Cemetery and see the Burial Brotherhood Building. What is included in this tour is also access to an exhibition of WWII children´s drawings from the Terezin concentration camp. All our guides are English speaking, local, licensed guides. They are all very knowledgeable on local Jewish history.

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Small-Group Jewish Museum Tour with Admissions

Exploration of the thousand-year history of the Jewish community of Prague will provide an opportunity to get acquainted with the culture and customs of the Jewish people, to see the interior of the Prague synagogues, to hear the legend of the Golem of Prague. Small-group tour with a limited number of participants.

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Private Jewish Quarter Walking tour

You will visit several famous synagogues: the 13th century Old-New Synagogue, the oldest synagogue north of the Alps; the Pinkas Synagogue, now a hallowed museum dedicated to the Czech victims of the Holocaust; the Klaus- en Synagogue, which contains a permanent collection of lore surrounding the Maharal; and the Maisel synagogue with its extensive collection of Judaica. Also included is a visit to the Chevrah Kaddisha building and the Old Jewish Cemetery, with its densely packed layers of graves up to 12 levels deep. The meeting point is the Franz Kafka statue next to the Spanish Synagogue which is located at Vězeňská 1, 110 00 Praha 1. Click HERE for map.

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A Thousand Years of Abraham's children history in Prague

A three-hour journey through the history of Jewish Prague. During this tour you will be able to get an idea of the lifestyle and traditions of the Jewish community in Prague, from the 10th century to the present days. In the synagogues which are part of the Jewish Museum, you will see a largest collection of artifacts collected not only by the Jewish community but also by the Nazis during the Second World War. You will hear the many stories of the most famous personalities who lived and worked in the Jewish Ghetto

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Jewish Prague a unique walk through Pragues famous Jewish history

See the only Central European Jewish quarter that survived the Holocaust. Magical History of Jews. Walk the Jewish Quarter of Prague for a unique perspective of the city. During this walking tour you will see several important sites such as the Old Jewish cemetery, Old-New synagogue, Maisel Synagogue, Spanish Synagogue, Klaus Synagogue and Pinkas Synagogue. See central Europe’s only Jewish Town – the quarter that survived the holocaust. The Old Jewish cemetery vas established in the first half of the 15th century. It´s oldest tombstone (from 1439) marks the grave of the poet and scholar Avigdor Kara. The most prominent person buried here is Rabbi Liwa ben Bezalel, also known as a Rabbi Low. Walk through Maiselova Street to reach the Old Town Square. The Old-New Synagogue was built in the early Gothic style around the middle of the 13th century. The main hall is the only existing medieval type hall of its kind. The Jewish part is next to Old town.

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Prague's Jewish Quarter Private Tour

Take a stroll with your personal guide through the former Jewish Ghetto. In this private tour you will learn more about 1000 years history of Prague Jewish Community. The tour covers all the sights of Jewish Museum as well as the fascinating Old New Temple, one of the oldest Jewish temples in Europe and you will visit the Old Jewish Cemetery, where Avigdor Kara, Mordechaj Meisel or Rabbi Low, legendary creator of Golem, are buried. Our professional guides have deep knowledge of Jewish history in Czech lands.

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Prague Jewish Quarter Live Virtual Tour

During this live virtual tour we will have a stroll through the Jewish Quarter in Prague and we will explore the history of the Jewish Community in Bohemia and Moravia. We will see the Old New Synagogue, one of the oldest active temples in the world, we will have a look at the Old Jewish Cemetery going back to the 15th century, we will admire Spanish Synagogue built in moorish style and we will follow the steps of Rabbi Loew.

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Prague Jewish Town Admission Ticket with introduction

Prague's Jewish Quarter is one of the most important and richest Jewish museums in the world. Thanks for this service, you don't have to purchase an admission ticket at the cash desk and you will enjoy the visit straight away! Meet our representative who will give you the admission ticket and give you an introduction of 20 min about the Jewish Quarter and take you for a little walk to the Pinkas synagogue were is also the entrance to the Jewish cemetery and will explain to you how to visit the other sites inside of the ghetto. Thanks to this ticket you will look inside synagogues in the area, go to the Old Jewish Cemetery, one of the oldest in Central Europe, and many other sites. Once the introduction is over you will go and visit the Jewish ghetto at your own pace. WHICH SITES YOU ARE GOING TO VISIT DEPENDS ON THE OPTION YOU WILL CHOOSE. WE OFFER TICKETS FOR CIRCUIT 1 OR FOR CIRCUIT 2.

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Prague Jewish Quarter Private Half-Day Walking Tour

This walking tour takes 4 hours. Entrance fee to the Jewish Museum is 32 EUR per person. For students 26 EUR per person. It is not included in the tour price. You can easily pay by credit card. Josefov in Prague is one of the most valuable Jewish sites in the world. One of the most visited museums in the whole world. The quiet and melancholy atmosphere of the Old Jewish Cemetery from 1439 A. D. leaves an incredelible impression. In the Pinkas synagogue, now a monument to victims of the Holocaust, the walls are hand-painted with the names of Czech and Moravian Jews who perished in the Second World War. Upstairs there is a breathtaking exposition of drawings made by children in Terezin. We are going to see all the synagogues, including an ortodox Old-New Synagogue. It is the oldest preserved synagogue in Europe from 1270 A. D. Oldest synagogue in the world outside of Izrael. Still serves as a house of prayers.

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Prague Jewish Quarter Private tour - 3hours

Jewish quarter in Prague is second most visited site in Prague. Find out why - it is a unique place in the world. The history of the Jews of Prague is as old as Prague itself and you will get the most of it from a professional, local guide with education in Jewish studies. Visit the Old-New Synagogue, Old Jewish Cemetery and other parts of the Jewish Museum in Prague. NOTE that Spanish synagogue is closed to 2020 due to reconstruction.

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