JEWISH PRAGUE AFTER WWII

3-4 hours walking tour - this private tour concentrates on Prague Jewish community after WWII

The tour concentrates on the Prague Jews after 1945, their modern history and nowadays life in the Czech capital. The tour takes place outside of the crowded city centre, so a lot of interesting and otherwise hidden Jewish sites will be shown and visited. What happened to the Holocaust survivors? How were they and their heritage treated during the communist regime? Why is it possible to find 1.500 Czech Toras in synagogues across the world? What Hollywood Jewish movie was filmed in 1982 in Czechoslovakia? How is the Jewish community of Prague organised now - how many Jews are there, is it possible to get Jewish education, use a mikveh or buy kosher food? All of these questions and much more will be answered during this unique Prague tour that no other guide offers. After the tour the saying "rise like a phoenix from the ashes" will get a completely new meaning!

(fees - price for adult: Jubilee synagogue 100,- CZK, public transportation ticket 110,- CZK)

 

The Jubilee synagogue - Jewish school in Prague - Stolpersteine - The Jewish cemetery at Žižkov - The New Jewish cemetery

Please note, due to the several locations outside the city centre, it is necessary to use public transportation or taxi to get from one place to another. The Jubilee synagogue is closed during the winter season (cca from January 15th till March 15th), but of course it's possible to have the tour during winter - it's not a problem to show photos etc.