Prague: Highlights Charity Tour
- Explore all the key sights and landmarks of Prague's Old Town, New Town, and Jewish Quarter
- Delve into 2,000 years of Czech history
- Take satisfaction in knowing that 100% of tour profits are paid to the Chance 4 Children charity for the benefit of disadvantaged children
- Relax, enjoy yourself, and let your guide take care of your questions, recommendations, and needs
Next, you head through the Old Town where old, Gothic buildings are more prevalent. You'll be shown the oldest active university in Central Europe, the most important theater in Prague, and will learn the stories behind both as well as little-known historic gems about Mozart's connection to Prague. Afterwards, the Old Town Square awaits you with its world-famous astronomical clock and two stunning, ancient churches. You can stop after for an optional coffee break in a lovely, cozy, local cafe.
The final phase is the ancient Jewish district of Prague with a full, historical explanation of the Jewish ghetto's history. You'll see and hear of many wonderful gems, such as Franz Kafka's house, the Old Jewish Cemetary, the Pinkas Synagogue, and the oldest active synagogue in Central Europe with its legend of the Prague Golem. You'll also be shown the darker side, the historic oppression of ancient Jews, and the horrors of the Holocaust in Czechoslovakia.
The tour will end by the riverbank with a view of the magnificent Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, and stories about the Communist regime, the Velvet Revolution, and the separation of Czechoslovakia. After all this, you'll have learned a full scope of 2,000 years of history, seen the best attractions in Prague, and done something significant for the lives of needy children in the Czech Republic.
- Small-group walking tour
- Guide service
- Pre-prepared list of recommendations
- Food and drinks (optional to purchase on the way)
Prepare for the activity
Meet at the front entrance of the iconic Municipal House in Republic Square. Look for large, red umbrellas with supplier logo. Guides should arrive approximately 30 minutes before the tour begins. Nearest Tram/Metro: Náměstí RepublikyOpen in Google Maps ⟶
- Comfortable shoes
• Wear comfortable walking shoes to tackle the cobblestoned streets