Professional tour guide in Czech Republic
Tours must not be boring ! I do prefer a dialogue with my clients as I myself am inquisitive whenever abroad. I too get bored by informations served without humor. My academic and professional qualifications include history, anthropology, sociology and art. You will receive information on a broad spectrum of topics ...(read more)according to your interest, whether it concerns Bohemian history, architecture, culture, economy, contemporary life or Jewish legacy. You'll be told where are the tourist traps and what is really worth to visit.Check references by tours by locals viator and elsewhere
humor and life with all little things that make it pleasurable
My perfect day
when I learn and discover something new
I have traveled to
English, Russian, Czech and on a communicative level all languages of neighboring countries.
I am currently
Staying in Prague
Comprehensive introduction to this remarkably preserved city. you will walk through the UNESCO reserve, get the general idea what is where, what is worth it to see and what are the tourist traps. You will learn about the history and architecture enough to enable you to choose what would you like to see next in detail
In Prague there are other interesting spots not offered by tour guides associated with Jewish history. There are for example other cemeteries Jerusalem and other synagogues. Of course you will see the "Jewish quarter" like anybody else but you'll get the opportunity to see places where the people really lived and learn about the SHOA (holocaust) situation in Prague and about history of Jewish settlement.
Comprehensive tour of Prague castle. The Prague castle through it's 1200 years of history was not only the seat of Bohemian princes and kings but also of Holy Roman Emperors. It's not only probably the largest castle complexes in the world but with it's uninterrupted 700 years the oldest seat of power in the world. There are two circuits with the shorter offered by guides and tour operator,because is less time consuming. What I'm offering is the long one covering all publicly accessible parts generally not visited by majority of tourists, you will see much more, including gallery collection, Rozumberk palace and archeology exhibition in old Princes palace
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This is meant not only for those looking for their roots but for all interested in some less frequented parts of Prague. Did you know for instance that there is a house of Doctor Faust ? Or that king Alistair's daughter Emma minted coins in the other Prague castle Vysehrad ? Or that the first Jewish settlements where not where today is the "Jewish quarter"? Do you know that first ever industria... (read more)