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Communist Walking Tour of Prague

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14 reviews

Activity provider: Gray Line Czech Republic

Communist Walking Tour of Prague

Activity provider: Gray Line Czech Republic
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From US$ 43.04 per person

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Are you interested in the Communist history of Prague? Do you want to know what it was like under the totalitarian regime in Czechoslovakia? Take this opportunity for a brief study of current Czech history, in particular, the communist era.

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  • Take a Communist Walking Tour through Prague
  • See famous communist monuments, including Wenceslas Square
  • View Kampa Island and monument to Victims of Communism
  • Learn about the Velvet Revolution 1989
  • Tour the Museum of Communism
  • Enjoy a 15% discount at the restaurant Propaganda
Full description
Start your tour through Communist Prague with a visit to Wenceslas Square, site of the most important events in Czech history. See the Kotva 70s shopping center, Revoluční street, the Embankment and hotels Intercontinental and President. View Pařížská street and a view of Metronom, place of the infamously large Stalin monument. Listen to expert commentary as you check out Jan Palach's Square, the Original Death mask of Palach at Faculty of Arts by Olbram Zoubek. Then, cross Manes Bridge, see the Klárov and memorial of death of a young lady. View Kampa Island and Lennon's wall, Monument to Victims of Communism by Olbram Zoubek and cross the bridge of Legions. Then, walk along Narodni Street and the memorial of Velvet Revolution 1989. Your tour winds down at the Museum of Communism, where you will view an extremely moving 15-minute film and see, first hand, some valuable exhibits and artifacts. The museum is presented in 5 languages and the film has English subtitles. From there, you'll receive a 15% discount voucher valid anytime at the one of a kind Pub, Club and Restaurant "Propaganda" with over 200 original Czech communist artifacts from the Founders' personal collection. Relax with a famous Czech beer and hearty Czech cuisine and let the history sink in while your legs finally relax.
  • Expert Guide
  • Entrance Fee to Museum of Communism
  • 15% discount voucher for restaurant Propaganda
  • Lunch
  • Gratuities
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

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Tour departs from Narodni Street 38, Prague 1. Please be here 15 minutes before the tour departs.

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3.3 /5

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Kommunismens illgärningar är det största fiaskot någon trosats som människan utsats för.Detta oavsett i vilket land.Det osannolika men absolut sanna är att pride detta skördar dessa idiologier röster all. men absolut sevärt därför...... OM DETTA MÅ VI BERÄTTA

April 17, 2012

The description of the tour did not fit!

Our "guide" was a very nice older lady who showed us a couple of the "highlights" and briefly described them for 2 hours. We did not see many of the listed sights or only from a distance, followed by a short description, nothing more. This lady was a contemporary witness, has seen a lot and unfortunately brought little over ... For us little for a lot of money ...

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March 9, 2019

Don’t waste your money. The tour was a walk around Prague to four different monuments to people who died during communism or were part of the uprising. Tour guide was terrible - seemed like she was completely bored and only going through the motions. The only good part of the tour was the Museum of Communism - which we could have done on our own. Again - don’t waste your money!

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June 6, 2018

Product ID: 6165