The Jewish Quarter Walking Tour
Explore the Jewish Quarter of Prague, one of the most visited areas of the capital, through a family-friendly walking tour taking you right to the heart of it and its highlights.
Although the Jewish community of Prague is not the biggest one in Eastern Europe (it’s actually quite the opposite), the Jewish quarter and the active synagogues are part of the historical heritage of the city and one of the main highlights here. With so much to see and so much to learn, it would be a shame not to enjoy our Jewish Quarter Walking Tour, especially designed for families traveling with children.
After meeting your private, fully licensed and family-friendly guide, dive into a neighborhood full of exciting stories. The walking tour starts with the Pinkas Synagogue, which has now been turned into a memorial. Here, your guide will explain the history of the Jews living in Prague and using careful words, explain the fate of these people during World War II.
Continue your walk through the old Jewish cemetery to reach the Klaus Synagogue where you will learn about the customs and traditions of the Jewish People.
Then, after a very short walk, you will reach the New-Old Synagogue, which is one of the most active synagogues in Prague and also an important monument for Jews from all over the world.
The tour ends inside the Spanish Synagogue, with its unique, beautiful Moorish architecture. A game booklet full of mysteries to solve is part of what makes this tour great for the young ones.
Designed for families traveling with children, our Jewish Quarter Walking Tour is a great way to discover this part of Prague, and keep the children engaged and entertained.
- A private, family-friendly professional guide who knows how to keep everyone engaged
- A walking tour through the Jewish Quarter
- A visit to several Synagogues
- A game booklet and gift for each child
|Price per family (6 people max)||
|Duration of the activity||2 hours|
|Minimum age||6 years|
|What is included:||
– A private, fully-licensed guide
– Tickets to the different synagogues
– A game booklet and gift for each child