Living Prague Tours

Living Prague Tours

Living Prague Walking Tours

Livingprague_Certificate_Of_ExcellenceMy name is Jason. I’m British and have lived in Prague since 1996. I’ve taught myself the classic and modern history of the city over that time and combining that with 22 years living here I now share this love of the city with my tour clients. Couples, solo travellers and families have all enjoyed these tours over the years and I’ve enjoyed showing them around. I have a passion for Prague and I’m told that this comes across in the tours giving them a special feel. So here I invite you to put yourself in my hands for a couple of hours and I’ll show you my world. Prague.

SIX reasons to take a look

  1. Native English (British) Guide living here since 1996.
  2. Small group tours have a maximum of 6 people.
  3. Easy Pace, no rush, standard tours are maximum 2.5 hours.
  4. Loaded with Top Attractions, fun and interesting history, “then and now” photos.
  5. Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence
  6. Explore the Old Town, Jewish Quarter, New Town, Lesser Town and Castle areas, Get Off the Beaten Path, courtyards, alleyways and passages.

PRIVATE TOURS

Private Tours, Flexible, Tailored, Relaxing

Private Tours, Flexible, Tailored, Relaxing

The ultimate in flexibility. Whether you are more than 6 or just want a tour to yourselves. We agree an itinerary in advance, take breaks as necessary and generally have a relaxing time. Popular with couples who appreciate the easygoing nature of the tour and families that need the flexibility to cater to both the old and the young. You’ve got me all to yourselves and many a story has been shared over a cup of coffee. The duration is largely up to you but I will suggest options based on my experiences of walking in the city. Simply CONTACT ME to start the process and see how I will fit into your plans.

OLD TOWN AND JEWISH QUARTER HIDDEN SECRETS

Having Fun on the Old Town and Jewish Quarter Walking Tour

Having Fun on the Old Town and Jewish Quarter Walking Tour

My FLAGSHIP TOUR, most booked, most reviewed and by the end of this tour you’ll understand why I call it Hidden Secrets. As we are away from the crowds most of the time, I can get you in and out of places that bigger groups can’t go. No rush, easy pace with lots of time to ask your questions. Fun in places, serious in others and perfect for both first-timers to the city and people that have been a few times and want to see the city in a different light. Lots of popular attractions and off the beaten path experiences. If you’ve never done a guided tour before then this is for you.
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PRAGUE CITY WALKING TOUR

Family on the Prague City Walking Tour

Family on the Prague City Walking Tour

The most often asked question at the end of the Old Town and Jewish Quarter Tour is often “do you do other tours?”. So the Prague City Walking Tour evolved to take in a different part of the Old Town and then expand your knowledge of the city by exploring parts of the New Town, Lesser Town and the public areas of Prague Castle. Along the way you’ll enjoy not only the history and the stories of Prague but also one of its famous sons, sculptor David Cerny. It’s a quick look around the city to give you an idea of where you want to go back and spend more time.
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CZECH FOOD AND BEER TASTING

Tasting SIX beers

Tasting SIX beers

A shortened version of the Old Town and Jewish Quarter tour including a couple of pubs, SEVEN local beers (that’s one big one during the walk and 6 little ones you can try whilst enjoying your classic Czech meal). You never know where the conversation will go during our stops. Communism, World War Two, Politics, Literature, Czech traditions, all kinds of advice and many other topics come up. This tour is all about learning something of the city and having interesting conversations about Prague and the Czech Republic. An entertaining walk with a light meal and a few beers along the way but as we only visit 2 pubs this is NOT a pub crawl.
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PRAGUE WORLD WAR TWO

World War Two Prague

World War Two Prague

Prague suffered no sustained heavy bombing in World War Two. There were no large ground battles in this part of Czech so this tour concentrates on the characters that defined the war as it affected the city. You’ll be taken on a chronological journey through history including how and why the Sudetenland was formed. How that resulted in the Munich Agreement, the capitulation of the country and the occupation. Learn about the effect on the Jewish population, learn about characters both good and bad, see pictures of how it used to be, understand the meanings of the various memorial plaques. A very personal view of WW2.
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PRAGUE CHRISTMAS MARKETS

Prague Christmas Markets

Prague Christmas Markets

Learn all about a Czech Christmas, our local traditions and how we celebrate the season from making our own Christmas sweets to a fish in the bath. We’ll combine this with touring 3 of the most central Christmas Markets at Wenceslas Square, Republic Square and Old Town Square. On the way we’ll see some local art and culture plus food and drink from regular market stalls is included in the tour price. There’s also a tour-only option (no food/drink).
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  1. Hi Jason,
    Graham Hall here. We did your 12 noon walking tour last Tuesday 16/10/18 (Old Town & Jewish quarter). It was fantastic. Thank you.
    I’ve just put our review on Trip Adviser but after we finished the tour we became borderline addicted to looking out for 2 of the many things you told us about:
    1. Names & places prefixed with a U….’At the place of’ became very competitive between me, Mandy, Karen & Geoff.
    2. The Brass Floor & bronze? wall plaques. We’ve taken many photo’s in the hope you could decipher them for us. Is there somewhere I can send them to you?
    If you could also remind us of the name of the guy who took on the task of placing the floor plaques (& their correct name), we’d be grateful. If you could also remind us of the distinction on the wall plaques between those armed & those caught in crossfire, again we’d appreciate your help.
    Thanks again.
    Regards
    Graham & Family

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