We totally agree with all the 5 star reviews already made. My wife and I (both seniors) engaged Jana to introduce us to the highlights of Prague over two mornings on a recent trip. It was a highlight ...
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.
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.
Český Krumlov (UNESCO) and Hluboká Castle
Let’s get back to the Renaissance era and visit the extraordinary pearl of our country - Český Krumlov.
The last home of Archduke Franz Ferdinand d’Este before he was killed in Sarajevo in 1914.
Karlštejn Castle and Glass Factory
The most visited castle in the Czech Republic that holds an treasure hidden for centuries.
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.
Kutná Hora and Bone Chapel (UNESCO)
UNESCO Heritage site with the bone chapel church. Creepy? Only slightly!
WW2 in Prague – Walk or Drive – Operation Anthropoid
The terror of Nazi occupation, the bravery of resistance and the fate of Czech Jews.
Edgar Krása, one of the survivors of the Nazis concentration camps, died in February 2017. As he had mentioned in one of the interviews, “It won’t be long before there won’t be anybody left who can tell this.” That’s why he dedicated the last years of his life to traveling and talking about his experiences from the WW2. And he… Read More
A spa town unique in many ways, Karlovy Vary, founded by the Emperor Charles IV in 14th century, are 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 contemporary Karlovy Vary, Emperor Charles IV found… Read More
Father of the Homeland, the greatest Czech, or just simply the Emperor Charles IV. Walking through Prague it is almost impossible not to “encounter” him or his legacy at least. As the Czech king and the Emperor of Holy Roman Empire, he still is an icon of Prague, Czechs and the whole country. But why? Charles was born in 1316 to John of Luxembourg… Read More