If this is your first time in Prague or if you can stay only for a short while, this brief overview of the Old Town and the Jewish Ghetto is the perfect tour for you.Learn about the mysterious symbols on the astronomical clock, and find out who was Jan Hus. You will also see the important places that helped develop Central Europe's culture and education systems, such as the Carolinum, the Estates Theatre, and Franz Kafka's birth home, along with many churches and synagogues.This enjoyable stroll with a guide will take you through the Old Town and the Jewish Ghetto. Take in the beautiful sensations found among the strong traditions in the Jewish neighborhood. You will also learn about the Bohemian history, how the kingdom was formed, see several favorite Prague sites, and find out why they are so popular with Czechs and foreigners.
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Enjoy a quick yet in-depth exploration of Prague. Learn about the fascinating history of the city's Old Town. Let the atmosphere of the Jewish Quarter enchant you
Tuesday to Sunday
The tour begins in front of the building Tynska 627/7. Directions from the Astronomical Clock: walk across the Old Town Square toward the Tyn Cathedral; with the cathedral in front of you, take the narrow, cobbled street (Tynska) which runs between the cathedral and the beige Baroque Kinsky Palace; once you're standing behind Tyn Cathedral, you'll see the big wooden door of the building number 7.