Prague Old Town, New Town and Jewish Quarter Tour

Discover the history of Prague, the heart of Europe! This three-hour tour will introduce you to the fascinating history of Prague and take you through all the most important sights of the Old Town, New Town and Jewish Quarter, as well as several hidden gems along the way!


  • Learn about turbulent revolutionary history of 20th century on the Wenceslas Square
  • Explore the story of the Estates Theatre and Charles University
  • Dive into the history of Jewish settlement in Prague
  • • Marvel the amazing sights at the Old Town Square

Our tour starts at the top of the Wenceslas Square, which faced all major revolutions and military parades throughout the 20th century. A stroll down the square takes you through Lucerna palace and Franciscan garden, well hidden from tourists but well known to locals who want to escape daily bustle and hustle of the city.
You’ll learn many interesting stories along the way; about an unfinished coronation church of Czech kings, how the third oldest university in Europe was built and why locals complained about a theatre, which later hosted W.A. Mozart. Experience an amazing journey across all styles of architecture you can think of – gothic, renaissance, baroque, rococo, gorgeous art nouveau and cubism. Want to make sure you’ll really see all the major sights? Just tick them off on the way: Wenceslas Square, Old Town Square with Astronomical Clock and Týn church, Estates Theatre, Charles University, Municipal House, Powder Tower, House of a Black Madonna, Church of St.James, Jewish Quarter with Old New Synagogue and Jewish Cemetery and much, much more…
So are you looking for a comprehensive tour to tick off all the best sights of the Old Town? Just join us on our next walk.

Important info

Departure: 10:00am

Duration: 3 hours


  • Professional guide


  • Gratuities (optional)

Meeting point: At the top of Wenceslas Square in front of the statue of St. Wenceslas

The meeting point for this tour is at the top of Wenceslas Square in front of the statue of St. Wenceslas. Your guide is going to hold a lime green umbrella.

Meeting point