prague's jewish quarter
JEWISH QUARTER PRIVATE TOUR
Learn about Prague's Jewish history and heritage from insiders. This educational, yet relaxing tour offers an opportunity to learn about Prague's Jewish history and heritage from a passionate historian. You will be picked up in the lobby of your hotel at 10:00 AM. The walking tour takes usually around three hours. The price of this tour starts on 90 EUR per group.

The entrance fee to the Jewish Museum: five synagogues and medieval Jewish cemetery is 20 EUR per person.
PRAGUES JEWISH QUARTER
Prague Jewish Quarter is a truly unique piece of Jewish heritage with a rich history going back to the 13th century. You will learn about the beginning of the Jewish settlements, the rich history of the Prague Jewish Quarter during the middle ages, and the assimilation in the 18th century. Before Shoa, Jews in Prague created a unique environment. The era of the Second World War is, of course, an inseparable part of the history of Czech Jewry.
WHO WILL BE GUIDING ME?
Yvonne Weisgrab Penkavova
Yvonne is a student, activist and Jewish history enthusiast.
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"The best tour of Prague especially if you are fascinated by Jewish history! Yvonne will take you to all the sites and give you a detailed overview of the local Jewish history. She has a true passion for Jewish culture and heritage."

Rudy Rochman
Jewish rights activist
@rudy_israel
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''Dear Yvonne, you made me great pleasure during the fascinating and instructive tour you did for us in the Jewish Quarter of Prague. I learned a lot from you. I was amazed to meet a student who already knows so much. I was impressed by your knowledge, wisdom, generosity and excellent rhetoric.''

Israel J. Yuval
Professor of Jewish History
Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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