Theresienstadt – the Jewish ghetto

Theresienstadt or Terezin is an old garrison town about an hour drive from Prague. In 1941 it was turned into a concentration camp, and for more than 80 thousand people also the gateway to the extermination camps in Poland. Visit the Jewish ghetto in the Great Fortress and the Gestapo prison in the small one Read more

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Kutna Hora and the Bone Chapel in Sedlec

Short of UNESCO heritage sites on your trip? Our Kutna Hora and the Bone Chapel in Sedlec tour will cover several of them in only one day.
It will take us about an hour and half to get along the serpentine roads passing all the villages to what used to be the second most important Read more

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Cesky Krumlov

Cesky Krumlov UNESCO pearl

Have you been to Prague?, would be the first question to someone returning from the Czech republic. Have you been to Cesky Krumlov? – would usually come second.
This UNESCO heritage pearl hidden 2 1/2 hrs drive from Prague has almost everything the capital has to offer condensed in a much smaller historical centre. Cesky Krumlov Read more

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Prague Tour

Our walking tours always start at your address. You will experience the city in your own pace, with your own guide away from the buzzing groups. We take your interest as our starting point, every tour is an original and our aim is to share the city with you as we experience it on everyday Read more

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Out to the countryside

Prague is a beautiful place with lots of charm and endless days can be spent wandering around the city. However, Prague is not the entire Czech Republic, as you will discover upon leaving the city. Czech villages have a charm of their own, without the splendour of the city, the luxury boutiques and cars.
We would Read more

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Communism Tour

Get on our Communism Tour and get an experience with one of us, Communism survivors who lived the time and can share the personal experience with the lucky of you who haven’t had the chance. Learn about how much Prague has changed within the last 20 years after the Velvet Revolution. What are the pros and cons of the newly gained democracy, and how people percieve now and then. How much communist we still are?

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Prague Street Art

In Man Hanging Out (1996), Černý depicts psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud suspended by one hand from a pole high above the ground. Freud was born in Freiburg, now part of the Moravian region of the Czech Republic. Freud is credited with having completed his most creative work in his 40’s, when he was suffering from psychosomatic Read more

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