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Jewish Quarter

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Prague, Czech Republic

  • Activities

    Sightseeing, Walking Tour

  • Price
    €75 EUR per trip
  • Duration

    3 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Any day (not on Jewish holidays), any time

  • Starting Location

    Your hotel, or Pinkas synagogue

  • Price Includes

    Guide paid by group

  • Notes

    Entrance to the museum: 480 CZK

Highlights

  • Pinkas synagogue: the memorial of the Holocaust victims, exhibition of the pictures drawn by children in the concentration camp Terezín
  • Old-New synagogue: built in 13th century = the oldest in Central Europe, an active synagogue, Golem sleeps in the attic - a man made by Rabbi Löw
  • Klaus synagogue - learn about the Jewish calendar and cycle of life, see the objects used in a synagogue or a household
  • Cemetery - 12,000 tombstones, 10 layers of soil for burying people, unique in the world,
  • Spanish synagogue - the youngest synsgogur, built in the Moorish style, active reform synsgogue, organs on the gallery

Trip Info

A guided walking tour in the Jewish quarter in Prague is something that you should definitely do while visiting the city. 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. Visit the Old-New Synagogue, Old Jewish Cemetery and other parts of the Jewish Museum. The guide will pick you up at your hotel or anywhere in the city centre.

We will visit the Jewish Museum = the synagogues and the Old Jewish Cemetery in the city centre. Learn also about the history of the Jewish museum and its activities during the WWII. Learn about the history of the Jewish community in Prague, Bohemia, and the Czech Republic.

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