This is an ultimate guide for how to spend 3 days in Prague. This blog post covers the most important sights in the historical centre, as well as suggestions for a day trip outside Prague. There are also recommendations for what to buy, where to eat and some interesting facts about Prague and the Czech Republic. Read More
There are many guides to choose from. We chose Jana and we were delighted. Three hours of information, history, top tips, sight seeing etc – all part of the Grand City Tour starting at 10.45 in ...
I'm Jana Michalcová
I am licensed guide of Prague, Czech Republic and Jewish Town. I'm studied archaeologist and history lover, definitely in love with Prague.
Private “Best of Prague Tour” with Personal Guide
Get the most from your visit and explore the most famous sights. This is a special private tour with a personal guide where you visit the best of Prague. Spend a day with a local guide and learn all about Prague, its people and the Czech Republic.
World War Two in Prague – Private Tour
Let me tell you stories that affected thousands of people in our country during the dark years of World War Two. These stories cover the Nazi occupation and Hitler’s arrival to the Prague Castle in March 1939, deportations of Czech Jews to concentration camp and ghettos and the role of the Czech resistance. Probably each country has its own “big…
Terezín Ghetto and Gestapo Prison Tour
Hope does not die in Terezín. Visit the former Gestapo prison and the Jewish Ghetto Terezín during the WW2.
Jewish Quarter Tour
Explore the history of the Jewish community in Prague and the Czech lands. From the medieval times until the WW2.
Kutná Hora and Bone Chapel (UNESCO)
UNESCO Heritage site with the bone chapel church. Creepy? Only slightly!
Karlštejn Castle and Glass Factory
The most visited castle in the Czech Republic that holds an treasure hidden for centuries.
Karlovy Vary and Moser Factory
The jewel of West Bohemia, spa paradise and the best Czech crystal factory, all of it you can find in Karlovy Vary.
The last home of Archduke Franz Ferdinand d’Este before he was killed in Sarajevo in 1914.
What do locals do in Prague? Many locals love to explore the very same sights in the historical centre. Yet, there are many other cool places to visit. This is the list of top 5 local sights tin Prague that are not on the list of must-see attractions. It's not like you won't meet there any tourist. More likely, you would meet those who are seeking for the same local experience as you do. So, pull up your map and start your adventure. Read More
Astronomical Clock in Prague visits thousands of tourists and locals every day. They took photos and videos without knowing what is so special about this mechanism. Let me answer the most common questions about the Clock. I hope it will help you to appreciate it much more. By the way, Czechs call Astronomical Clock "Orloj". Read More
What you always wanted to ask your guide. Read More
Prague Jewish Quarter, also known as Josefov, is one of the most popular sites in the city. Located between the Vltava river and Old Town Square, it is very easy to explore. The Jewish Quarter is UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1992. Among many sites to visit, the most attractive is the oldest functioning synagogue in Europe, the Old-New Synagogue. Read More
Let’s dive into the history of World War 2 in Prague and explore its all major sites. People always wonder how Prague could survive without any significant damage. Comparing to other European cities, Prague was one of the luckier ones. But, it was not completely spared of the damage. Life under the Nazi occupation was not… Read More
A spa town unique in many ways, Karlovy Vary, founded by Emperor Charles IV in the 14th century, is situated about 130 km west from Prague. Though its name might not seem familiar to you, there are many reasons to pay the visit. Drink the water and heal yourself Legend has it that in the forests near today’s Karlovy Vary,… Read More