The tour is a great chance to learn more about the highly vibrant 20th century in Czechoslovakia. A truly fascinating combination of kingdom, protectorate and the Second World War, socialism and communism, the Velvet Revolution, democracy but also the Velvet divorce with Slovakia and current situation.
All of that in 100 years and 3 hours together. Understand the Czechs thru learning about us.
The tour is less walking more talking:)
The tour includes: Republic Square, and the art nouveau Municipal house where Czechoslovakia was founded in 1918, the street Na Příkopě and Wenceslas Square which witnessed the Nazi occupation in 1938 and also the Soviet occupation in 1968, New Town passages and National street became famous not only because of the National theatre – a symbol of Czech patriotism, but also because it witnessed the Velvet Revolution in 1989 which helped to end the communist regime. We will talk about the Velvet divorce with Slovakia and about the whole transition which led to the fact that Prague is one of the most visited and modern European cities. The tour includes a stop for a coffee/beer/snack and talk about the lifestyle.
The price always includes:
My private exclusive tour guide service
19 years of fully qualified experience in guiding
Email communication with clients ascertaining their specific individual needs and interests
My local and independent recommendations, advice (culture, museums, music/concerts, current exhibitions but also the best options for food & drink, local pubs, bars etc.)
Booking of any restaurant/bar/pub according to the client's wishes
Search for any specific events, sights of particular interest
Design of any tour package based on background or interest
150 USD for 1-2 people.
180 USD for 3-4 people.
210 USD for 5-6 people.
After booking and final confirmation, I kindly ask my client to pay
a Paypal invoice I send. Tour is paid ahead via Paypal.
Cancellation: 8 week +: 50% return; less than 8 weeks: no return. Any additional charges appearing during the confirmed program must be paid up front by the guest such as public transportation ticket fees, entrance fees, food and drinks, etc.
No entrance fees are included. The majority of sites have free entry or are low-cost.