Prague is the magic city of bridges, cathedrals, gold-pleated towers and domes of churches, as well as a modern European metropolis, which has been mirrored in the surfaces of the Vltava River for more than ten centuries. Prague is as well the city of unique symbiosis of various building styles. It is full of romantic isles as well as architectural treasures in the historic centre. The development of the European architecture left splendid representatives of various style periods. We can admire Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque as well as classical buildings or various pseudo-style elements or Art Nouveau. Prague is also a green city. The hills under the Prague Castle, for example, have been presenting the aims of Baroque architecture to combine building of palaces with creating gardens full of pavilions and arbors.
Half day city tour
A sightseeing tour around Prague’s most outstanding historical monuments and other sights, combined with a walking tour of the Prague Castle incl. Golden Lane, St. Vitus Cathedral and the Royal Palace, short walking tour through the Old Town.
Duration: 4 hrs
Full day city tour
A sightseeing tour around Prague’s most outstanding historical monuments and other sights, combined with a walking tour of the Prague Castle incl. Golden Lane, St. Vitus Cathedral and the Royal Palace, short walking tour through the Old Town. Visit of Jewish Quarter, incl. Old Jewish Cemetery, Old-New Synagogue, Jewish Museum.
Duration: 8 hrs
The former Jewish Ghetto in Prague has a long history, going back to the 12 th century. There is the oldest still existing synagogue in Europe – the Old–New Synagogue and the Old Jewish Cemetery from the 15 th century. Several other historical buildings are preserved in this quarter, which is called Josefov at the present time. There are various legends connected with it, which contribute a lot to the reputation of Prague as a mystical city. The Jewish Quarter is definitely one of the main places to visit, if you are in Prague.
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