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During the 2-hour guided tour, you will visit locations most associated with the dark days of the war. Revisit the battleground of the Old Town, and discover the terrible power of Nazi propaganda. Enter the hideout of the Prague resistance in the...more
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I went on a tour with Marketa and it was absolutely brilliant. I was the only one present which surprised me because it’s such a high quality tour for a good price. She showed me many places around prague and I learnt a lot about...More
Lovely girl who informed us of a lot of history. However, took us to different sites ie university and expected to hear something unique about each site we visited and this just wasn’t the case. Felt we could have been standing almost anywhere in Prague...More
FIRST OFF Anna was very friendly and had a lot of good information, just not much info about
WW II. Since this was a WW II tour, I was expecting a lot more information on Prague’s involvement in the war. Basically all I got was...More
Capital of Chezh is stunningly awesome city in Central Europe..
I mean the 2 world war was as well as in this AREAS but the country took the middle seperative ...
Wonderful place to a remember bad moments
I call to join you there !
This is a must if you’re in Prague for a few days! Our guide Jakob was absolutely brilliant. The level of content of the tour was perfect and he also provided us with some recommendations for the rest of our stay and interesting facts about...More
Learned a great deal about Prague, and more about WW11. An absolute must to gain a greater understanding of the history of Prague, and the people of the Czech Republic.
Our guide was very fascinating (was a little hard to hear in places, but this...More
We chose this tour based on the positive reviews we found here, on the trip advisor. We were not disappointed. Our tour guide Jacob was very knowledgeable, friendly and fun. The tour itself was well planned and interesting. Strongly recommend. My only advice is to...More
We enjoyed this tour and would recommend as a must do.
It would be a good idea to take the 10am tour so that you can follow up on any additional related museums in the afternoon.
The guide we had was excellent. She provided detailed...More
Our guide was very good at explaining the history of the era. It gave us a dimension that no guide book could.There was not a lot to see, but the history unfolded before us. Any history buff would love this.
Brilliant tour thanks to the knowledge of Jacob our tour guide. Had to have a quiet chuckle about the meeting the guide with a black umbrella. Fascinating insight into the history of the Czech Republic. Well worth the tour.
One of the oldest neighborhoods in town represents the medieval heart of Prague. It’s no surprise it is bustling with tourists every time of day. Križovnický square, overlooking Charles Bridge with Prague Castle in the background, is probably the most beautiful square in the city. Its unique historical atmosphere of gothic houses and churches, cobblestone streets and squares, and stone towers blend together with the
modern era. A vast array of bars, restaurants, dance clubs, international brand shops, galleries and hotels bring life to the old city. With its charming and picturesque cobblestone streets, the nightlife and parties will surely be unforgettable.
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When I went on this tour last week, we paid at our Hotel, who gave us a voucher, which we gave to the guide at the end. Several people tried to pay at the start, but the guide politely insisted on being paid at the end. We... More
When I went on this tour last week, we paid at our Hotel, who gave us a voucher, which we gave to the guide at the end. Several people tried to pay at the start, but the guide politely insisted on being paid at the end. We paid 600kcs per person.
Hope this helps, and have a good trip.
Foreign Residents Department from Benalmadena invite you to the celebration of the Victory Day which marked the end of the World War II in Europe. The celebration will take place on the 8th of May at 1.00 pm. in la Paloma Park. Everybody is welcome.
May 06, 2015|
Great info thanks... at the flag area ?
Oskar Schindler Museum or Galicia Jewish Museum (5 Replies)
I am reposting this because my first version wasn't very clear. We are already planning to visit the Museum of World War II in Gdansk and to visit Auschwitz. We only have time to visit one more museum--either the Oskar Schindler Museum or the Galicia Jewish Museum. For ONLY the people who have visited both museums, which do you think is better and would better complement the other two sites that we are visiting? Thank you for your help.
May 13, 2018|
It depends on what you're interested in - the Museum in the Schindler Factory is a branch of the National Museum and has a much bigger and more comprehensive collection and exhibit of life in Krakow during WW2 (with a small exhibit dedicated to Schindler). The Galicia Museum is also fantastic but much smaller, and focuses mostly on the Jewish life in Galicia before WW2.
Costa Mesa, California
World War II in Prague Tour good? (1 Replies)
Has anyone taken this tour? it sounds great but it is kind of expensive and around 90 minutes. any suggestions. tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g274707-d2…
March 21, 2013|
Outstanding!!!!!! I loved this tour. It's worth the price. I took the tour in February and loved it. I really learned a lot and found Marek to be authentic and very engaging. I actually wished Marek offered more tours because I would take anything he offered. You won't be disappointed.