Jewish Quarter

3 hours
Jewish Quarter

The Jewish Quarter is one of the most visited areas in the city. If you accept our invitation, you will get to know the history and current situation of the Bohemian and Prague Jewish community.

You will visit the Prague National Jewish Museum, one of the largest museums in the world. The museum owns several synagogues and the Old Jewish Cemetery, one of the oldest burial grounds in Europe.

Along the way you will pass the native house of the worldwide famous writer Franz Kafka. The Maisel Synagogue presents the history of the Jews in Bohemia and Moravia between 10th and 18th century. In the Spanish Synagogue are presented objects from the emancipation to present time. At the entrance to the cemetery your will visit the Pinkas Synagogue with more than 80.000 names written by hand on walls as a memory of Czech and Moravian Jewish victims of the Holocaust. In the Klaus Synagogue is an exhibition of Jewish Customs and Traditions: Run of Life showing the daily life of a Jewish family and the most important stages of each person from the birth to the death.

It is also possible to visit the Old-New Synagogue from the 13th century, the only original and active medieval temple. This walking excursion is suitable for people interested in Jewish history, culture and customs.

1-3 persons:
90 €
4-6 persons:
115 €
7-9 persons:
130 €

the price does not include any transportation or entrance fees (480 CZK/pr)