Prague Free Walking Tour – Old Town and Jewish Quarter
Prague is a city filled with history, its magical streets and alleys containing some of Europe’s most iconic landmarks. Cobblestone streets lead the way to some of the most beautiful and fascinating churches, monuments and much much more. There is so much to see and even more to learn. And no better way to start than by joining our Free Walking tour! We introduce you to this fascinating city so you can discover all of Prague’s wonders.
We start our Free Walking tour in the heart of Prague’s, in front of the Rudolfinum building, very close to the Old Town Square or the Charles Bridge.
During this essential tour of the city we include the most famous attractions within the Old Town Square, such as the complex engineering marvel that is the Astronomical Clock, which has astounded visitors for over 600 years. We will then explore the streets of the Old Town, visiting Charles’ University, the oldest university in Central Europe, and the Estates Theatre, which welcomed Mozart.
Our tour will continue to the Jewish Quarter, one of the most important in Europe. Learning about Franz Kafka´s life and the history of the Jewish community of Prague, we visit landmarks such as the Jewish Cemetery and the Old-New Synagogue.
Plenty of other stories, legends and hidden gems will be part of our Prague free walking tour. Come join us, and share with us the exhilarating experience of the city of the hundred spires!
Accessible by stroller or wheelchair and, of course, the youngest (and furriest) members of the family are welcome too.
⚠️ IMPORTANT: Bookings of over 8 people (or multiple bookings amounting to over 8) are not accepted on our free tours. Please contact us via email at [email protected] or by phone/ Whatsapp at +420 725 981 679 to organise your tour with us. We look forward to welcoming you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Look for our WHITE and GREEN umbrellas in front of the Rudolfinum building, home of the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra