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Prague: Jewish Quarter Walking Tour with Admission Tickets

1. Prague: Jewish Quarter Walking Tour with Admission Tickets

Explore the Jewish Quarter of Prague for an overview of the area's history and modern life on a guided walking tour. Start the tour by meeting your guide near the Maisel Synagogue. Walk to the Jewish Quarter, known as Josefov. Hear stories about the Jewish community and its most famous people. Look inside one of 4 Synagogues (Maisel, Pinkas, Spanish, and Klausen synagogues) in the area, and go to the Old Jewish Cemetery, one of the oldest in Central Europe. Your guide is an expert in the Jewish history of Prague and its people and will tell stories that bring the history of the Jewish Quarter and its Synagogues to life.

Prague: Illusion Art Museum Ticket

2. Prague: Illusion Art Museum Ticket

Explore the Illusion Art Museum Prague, full of illusory art and trick art, which will appeal to all ages. Enjoy unexpected optical effects that will play with your imagination and thus expand your visual perception of the world with new perspectives. Discover illusory art techniques across the history of art, but also in current artistic trends. Experience a reverse perspective in the works of the prominent British artist Patrick Hughes. Be amazed by 3D anamorphic installations from various objects by Patrik Prošek or unique metallurgical paintings painted with fire by Ladislav Vlna. See optical reliefs of Ivana Štenclová and the distorted 3D paintings by Zdeněk Daňek and Jan Jírovec. Admire changing lenticular images of David Strauzz, or the stereoscopic photographs of the travelers Zikmund and Hanzelka. Since most of the works are interactive, you will be able to engage with them in your own way. Be sure to take plenty of photos, where you will be the main hero of stories in illusory processing. Right in front of your eyes, 2D images will turn into 3D spaces, and on the contrary, sculptures will turn into paintings. You can try light painting yourself, learn about the behind-the-scenes of the individual works in the mini cinema and become actors in augmented reality thanks to a new application that animates the works in real-time. The exhibition is not only about entertainment, but also about education. Learn how artistic illusory techniques are used in a historical context, and some works are directly related to important personalities and events in Czech history. Experience the Swedish siege of Prague, or take part in the fall of the monarchy in Bohemia. See illusory portrayals of St. Agnes of Bohemia, Bedřich Smetana, Antonín Dvořák, Tomáš Bata, St. Wenceslas, Nikola Tesla, Charles IV, Franz Kafka, Karel Čapek, Otto Wichterle, František Kupka, Václav Havel and others famous figures from Czech history.

Prague: Jewish Quarter Admission Ticket with Introduction

3. Prague: Jewish Quarter Admission Ticket with Introduction

Learn about the history of the Jewish Quarter in Prague. This experience includes visits to the Jewish Cemetery, which is one of the oldest in Central Europe, and it includes admission to 3 synagogues. Begin with a 20-minute introduction (in English) and orientation from your guide as you hear about the history of Prague’s Jewish Quarter. Meet with your guide at the local partner office in Maiselova street, just a few steps from the Maisel Synagogue. The guide will help you with orientation in the Jewish Town. After that, you will explore the Jewish Town on your own. Your entry ticket includes access to synagogues as well as Prague’s Jewish cemetery. You can choose between Circuit 1 or Circuit 2. Both Circuits include admission to the Old Jewish Cemetery, among the oldest in all of Central Europe. You will get a chance to visit the Spanish Synagogue, constructed in the beautiful Moorish Revival style. Both circuits also include admission into 3 synagogues: Maisel, Pinkas, and Klausen Synagogue. The latter is the biggest in Prague Jewish Town. Moreover, you will have the chance to visit the Ceremonial Hall, and Robert Guttman Gallery, home to several temporary exhibitions. These include items from the Jewish Museum’s collections or aspects of modern Jewish life. Circuit 1 additionally contains an entrance ticket to the Old-New synagogue, one of the oldest active synagogues in all of Europe. Constructed in the Gothic style in 1270, it is one of the earliest Gothic buildings in Prague and continues to be one of the most important religious sites for Jews in the Czech Republic.

Prague: Museum of Senses Admission Ticket

4. Prague: Museum of Senses Admission Ticket

Explore more than 50 exhibits in 17 rooms at the Museum of Senses in Prague and enjoy an interactive art experience that will awaken all of your senses at once. You’ll begin your adventure just around the corner from the renowned Wenceslas​ Square where the museum is located. After entering through a gigantic green gate, your journey will begin by traversing a dark tunnel to all kinds of bizarre experiences. You’ll pass through a jungle where water flows upwards, stand on the top of a skyscraper, and enter a desert of mind-blowing optical illusions, including a 3D Stable room and a bewildering vortex tunnel.  You can also explore the world-famous 'AMES room’ of distorted perceptions and dance to music in the infinity mirror room. The Museum of Senses is a friendly and interactive concept that encourages you to take as many pictures as you like and broadcast live videos to your family and friends.

From Prague: Terezín Monument Tour with Tickets and Pickup

5. From Prague: Terezín Monument Tour with Tickets and Pickup

Explore Terezín on a guided tour from Prague, and discover the site of the former concentration camp from World War II. Visit the former Jewish Ghetto, Terezín Fortress, and the Ghetto Museum to learn more about the Nazi occupation of the Czech Republic. Begin with pickup at your Prague hotel and drive to the town of Terezín and its fortress in an air-conditioned bus. When you arrive at the fortress, the guide will take you on a journey through the wartime history of Europe. You’ll also learn what life in the largest Czech concentration camp was like. Visit the small fortress of Terezin as well as the Ghetto Museum, which was originally built as a school. Learn more about the history of the town of Terezín. Understand more about World War II and its impact on Europe and the Czech Republic in particular. At the end of the tour you’ll be transferred back to Prague city center.

Prague: LEGO Museum Entrance Ticket

6. Prague: LEGO Museum Entrance Ticket

Stroll through 20 themed areas as you admire the collection of more than 3,000 exhibits with entrance to the LEGO Museum in Prague. The museum specializes in the history of this unique building kit, proudly honoured as "the toy of the century". Built from over 1 million bricks, the displays will take you on a journey to other worlds. Sail away on a pirate ship, travel back to the era when knights fought, or jump into another galaxy. Visit Harry Potter's magical universe, or experience adventure with the extraordinary Indiana Jones. After exploring the museum, end your visit with a trip to the shop where you can find usual catalogue sets, as well as exclusive limited editions or sets that are no longer produced. Amongst other things, the store offers a wide selection of mini-figures and the possibility of buying loose LEGO pieces.

Prague: Communism History and Nuclear Bunker Guided Tour

7. Prague: Communism History and Nuclear Bunker Guided Tour

Step back in time to a dark period in Czechoslovakia’s history. With an expert guide leading the way, you will discover what it was like to live in country under communist rule – an age of paranoia, spying, fear and violence. You will learn about the history of communism, hear cold war stories and about the biggest statue of Stalin ever built and the former headquarters of the former communist secret police. Afterwards the tour will lead you for a visit to Prague’s largest nuclear bunker. Built in the 1950’s, this bunker was designed to accommodate up to 5000 people. The tour will conclude with a trip to the nuclear bunker museum which will include cold war expositions and a special gasmask workshop.

Lobkowicz Palace and Prague Castle Entrance Tickets

8. Lobkowicz Palace and Prague Castle Entrance Tickets

Explore the majestic Lobkowicz Palace at Prague Castle on an informative and entertaining tour. The audio guide is narrated by members of the Lobkowicz family. Wander around the 22 art-laden rooms at your own leisure gawking at the world-famous art and historical artifacts. Marvel at paintings by Canaletto and Velázquez, see musical scores written by Mozart and Beethoven, and take delight in centuries-old decorative arts.  Discover the highlights at Prague Castle. Visit St. Vitus Cathedral, the biggest church in Prague. See the Old Royal Palace, the original seat of the Czech kingdom. Explore St. George´s Basilica and Golden Lane, the picture-perfect alleyway of cottages that once housed the Castle´s servants, goldsmiths, and soldiers.

Prague: Czech Beer Museum Entrance and Tasting

9. Prague: Czech Beer Museum Entrance and Tasting

Your 90-minute tour of the Czech Beer Museum begins with an overview of world beer history. You’ll move through time from the Golden Age of Czech beer brewing to today. In the next stage of the tour you’ll discover the behind-the-scenes magic of making Czech Beer using the brewery and malthouse models. Experience the heady smell of hops and malt. Continue underground to the 13th-century cellars and see how the cooper's shop looked and how ice was dug out and stored before refrigeration was invented. During the tour you’ll see hundreds of historical artifacts. Your route is enhanced by the authentic surroundings and video presentations. Enjoy 4 types of Czech beers in 2 showroom pubs – the first from the 1920s and the second from Communist times. On the last part of your tour you’ll head to the bottling room, where you’ll create a unique souvenir of Prague. You’ll be given a bottle, which you’ll fill with beer using the brewery's equipment and then cork the bottle yourself. Finally, you’ll create your own label and apply it to the bottle, and your souvenir is ready to go!

From Prague: Tour of Terezin Concentration Camp

10. From Prague: Tour of Terezin Concentration Camp

Embark on a guided tour of the Terezin concentration camp on a day trip from Prague. Gain an understanding of life in a concentration camp and see an authentic Gestapo prison.  Depart from Prague on an air-conditioned bus and hear about the impact and legacy of WWII and Nazi presence in the Czech Republic. Arrive at Terezin and make your way into the museum located in the Large Fortress, formerly an all-boys school. Explore what once served as a holding camp for Jews from all over Europe and was exploited for Nazi propaganda purposes during a Red Cross visit in 1944. Hear the stories of those who were imprisoned there and view a propaganda film before moving on to the cemetery and crematorium. Next, cross the river and tour the horrifying conditions for prisoners held in the Small Fortress, from the cell of Archduke Franz Ferdinand’s assassin to the firing squads organized by the Gestapo. Once the tour is over, board the bus back to Prague.

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The whole tour was so informative and interesting, you literally didn't know what to look at next! We were in a small group so there was only 4 of us including tour guide, who was absolutely amazing. She was able to answer any questions we had and explained everything in so much detail. Highly recommended this tour, the emotions you feel stay with you throughout

Martina was a knowledgeable and passionate tour guide. We learnt so many facts we would not have found in any guide books and driving around in her pink Trabant was such a treat. I would highly recommend this experience and am looking forward to visiting Prague again and enjoy another tour with Martina.

It's a must, you sould defenitley do this tour. You may want to go early though, because there is a lot to see an it might take a tot of time to really enjoy it.

The museum was great fun I would definitely recommend, the staff were also very friendly. Would go back again!

Great days out, had to go back for a second day to finish it all off