Walk the Jewish Quarter of Prague for a unique perspective of the city with visits to the Old Jewish cemetery, Old-New Synagogue, Maisel Synagogue, Spanish Synagogue and Pinkas Synagogue.
- Tour Prague’s Jewish Town
- The Old Jewish Cemetery
- Old-New Synagogue
- Maisel Synagogue
- Spanish Synagogue
- Pinkas Synagogue
- Old Jewish Town Hall
Take a time journey as you learn about Prague’s Jewish history. Several significant places like the Old Jewish Cemetery, the Old-New Synagogue, the Maisel Synagogue, the Spanish Synagogue and the Pinkas Synagogue will be visited during this walking tour. See the only Jewish city in central Europe–the quarter that survived the Holocaust.
We will start with a walk through the Old Jewish Cemetery. In the first half of the 15th century, the Old Jewish cemetery was created. Its earliest sepulcher (from 1439) marks the poet and scholar Avigdor Kara’s grave. Rabbi Liwa ben Bezalel, also known as a Rabbi Löw, is the most prominent individual buried here. We will then visit the Old-New Synagogue (Europe’s oldest working synagogue), Maisel Synagogue, Spanish Syngagoue, and Pinkas Synagogue.
We will then walk down Maiselova Street to get to Old Town Square.