Prague Jewish Quarter with Admission Tickets
Prague Jewish Quarter with Admission Tickets - duration 2.5h
Discover the cultural heritage of Prague’s Jewish Quarter on this 2.5-hour walking tour, that includes entrance tickets to several synagogues and the Jewish cemetery.
Come explore the Jewish Quarter of Prague and learn about its past and present life, beginning the tour outside the Rudolfinium on Jan Palach Square.
Situated on the banks of the River Vtlava, this neo-renaissance concert hall had its first concert in 1896 (when Antonin Dvorak conducted), making it one of the oldest concert halls in Europe. Next you will walk through the Jewish Quarter, also called Josefov.
You can then take a peek of 1 of the 6 synagogues in the region, before its time to appreciate the Old Jewish Cemetery, one of the oldest in Central Europe. Your guide is here to answer any questions you might have about the Jewish community, their history in Prague and its most famous people. The tour finishes at the Spanish Synagogue, made in 1868 on the same site as Prague’s oldest Jewish house of prayer, also called “Old Shul”.
• Explore the historic and modern dimensions of the Jewish community of Josefov
• See the concert hall where Dvořák conducted
• View the Old Jewish Cemetery
• Go inside one of the synagogues
• Admission Ticket
• Professional Guide
•Any food, drinks and services not specified above
Explore the history of the Josefov Jewish Quarter.
Admission tickets are purchased for you.
They include admission to the Pinkas, Klaus, Maisel and Spanish Synagogues, and to the Old Jewish Cemetery.