Jewish Quarter

The oldest still serving synagogue in Europe, unique cemetary, and special collection of judaicas – This is Prague´s Josefov. Prague is often called the “Jerusalem of the West”, and even though a very limited percentage of the original buildings has been preserved till these days, the collection of items in the Jewish Museum, as well as visit of the Old Jewish Cemetery and the Old-New Synagogue, are true highlights of a visit to Prague.

Tour description:
This is walking visit of quite small are of Prague. We are going to visit the Jewish Museum of Prague, which is located in 4 of the preserved synagogues. Part of the Jewish Museum ticket is also entrance to the famous Old Jewish Cemetery. Part of the tour is also a visit of the memorial to the victims of the Holocaust in Pinkas Synagogue, together with the exhibition of children’s drawings from the Terezin-Ghetto. Depending up to the interest, we can also visit the oldest still active Synagogue in Europe which is the Old-New Synagogue.

Tour duration: 3 hours
Available: daily except for Saturdays and Jewish holidays.


Number of participants 1-3 4-7 8-11
Price in CZK/ Euro 2100,-/85,- 2400,-/98,- 2600,-/105,-

Larger groups upon request.
Pick up at the hotel in Prague without surcharge.
Entrance fees are to be paid separately.
Jewish Museum  CZK 350,-
(this includes: the Old Jewish Cemetery, Pinkas, Klausen, Maisel and Spanish Synagogues)
Entrance fee to Old-New Synagogue is CZK 200,-
Combined ticket price is CZK 500,-