| Jewish Quarter Walking Tour:
Prague's ancient Jewish Quarter is arguably one of its most defining landmarks. Situated across a significant portion of the northern Old Town it's a tightly-packed yet amazingly beautiful district where the streets themselves seem to whisper forgotten histories.
Recognising the significance of these former ghettos City Sightseeing Prague launched its own Jewish Quarter Walking Tour, an experience that properly brings to light Josefov's hidden stories and key landmarks.
Head along to the Grévin Museum (now Chocotopia) at Celetná 15 for either 10:45, 13:00 or 14:45 and look out for the red umbrellas of the tour guides. During the fully guided journey you'll encounter various synagogues of differing ages and designs, the home in which writer Franz Kafka was born, and the iconic Old Jewish Cemetery.
- All Year Round, Daily.
- Live English-speaking guide.
Tour Times / Frequency:
- 10:45, 13:00 and 14:45.
- Grévin Museum (now Chocotopia) Celetná 15, 110 00 Staré Město.
- 60 minutes.
| City Sightseeing Prague Tour:
This Jewish Quarter walking tour includes a 48-hour hop-on hop-off bus pass. Click/tap the link below to find out more about Prague's official sightseeing tour.
- Click here for tour details.
Prague's official sightseeing tour can be started in one of three ways. The blue route lets you access the buses from Old Town Square, while the red and purple routes begin with a guided walk that leads to stop 1 - Na Florenci Street 21 (red route) or Jindřišská Tower (purple route).
Our recommendation would be to start off in Old Town Square, as this is where you will be able to exchange your voucher for Jewish Quarter Walking Tour tickets. The staff (dressed in red) will also issue you with 48-hour bus tickets, which can be used at any time/place during operational hours.
Buses arrive at each point along the tour route every 45 minutes, meaning you'll have ample time to explore exciting attractions such as Prague Castle, Strahov Stadium, the Petrin Gardens and more.