What To Expect
Are you interested in the history of Prague during World War II and the communism period? Do you want to know what it is like in Czechoslovakia during the 50 years of totalitarian regime?
If your answer is yes, then this tour is perfect for you. This tour is designed to give you a full understanding of the events that transpired in Czechoslovakia under 50 years of dictatorial regime.
Visit the memorial plaque on Narodní Street, where students were brutally stopped by communist police. Next, explore the Museum of Heydrich's Terror, a museum dedicated to brave Czech paratroopers who successfully assassinated Hitler's right hand, Reinhard Heydrich, also called "The Butcher of Prague."
Drop by Wenceslas Square, a place where many demonstrations against communist totalitarian regime took place, and be moved by stories about people who stood up against oppression and who were ready to sacrifice their lives for a hope of possible change.
Also take a look on a former Gestapo headquarter at Petschek Palace, the place people feared the most. From there, walk directly to the Old Town Square and Jewish quarter and hear about various stories about World War II.
Learn about a vital part of our history as you experience a whole different kind of tour.
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
- Children 5 years old and below are free of charge if accompanied by two paying adults. Rates for children 6-17 years old apply only if accompanied by two paying adults.
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