Communist Walking Tour in Prague

Unique history tour, from $38

Address

Národní Třída 38, Prague

GPS

50.0824411, 14.4213033

Address

Národní Třída 38, Prague

GPS

50.0824411, 14.4213033

This tour takes you back through the history of Communism and the struggle against it in Czechoslovakia. Immerse yourself in the culture and history of Prague as you visit the city’s memorable sites.

Highlights
• Wenceslas Square
• Kotva 70s shopping center
• Revolucni Street
• Parizska Street
• Jan Palach’s Square
• Kampa Island
• Lennon’s Wall
• Narodni Street
• Museum of Communism

Communist Walking Tour in Prague

You will start this trip with a trip to Wenceslas Square, the site of Czech history’s most significant occurrences. You will see the shopping center of Kotva, the former site of the renowned gigantic monument of Stalin and the square of Jan Palach. Palach, regarded by many to be a martyr of Czechoslovakia’s anti-communist movement, was honored by Olbram Zoubek’s art of his Original Death Mask.

You will then travel to Kampa Island in the middle of the river Vlatva. At Lennon’s Wall and the Velvet Revolution Memorial in 1989, there are more memorials to the fight against communism. Complete your tour at the Communism Museum, where you’ll see an incredibly moving 15-minute film and see some of the artifacts from this turbulent moment, first hand.

You also obtain a 15% discount voucher valid at the Propaganda bar at any time, showing more than 200 initial Czech Communist artefacts from the private collection of the founder. With a popular Czech beer and hearty Czech cuisine, let history sink in as you relax.

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