Prague: Communist Walking Tour
- Explore the historic buildings of Communist Prague
- Visit the headquarters of the Communist Party, the Václav Havel memorial, the National Museum and much more
- Learn about political liberalization during the Prague Spring
- Hear about life under communism in the former Czechoslovakia
- Discover how the communist regime ended after the Velvet Revolution
Learn about life behind the Iron Curtain at the National Museum and former Communist Party headquarters. Your tour guide will tell you in a balanced, unbiased way, about the elements of life that were oppressive during this period, such as the freedom of movement and speech. Listen to stories about the lives and experiences of local people during this historically important period and understand how it has affected the current attitudes of Czechs and their way of life.
Marvel at the architectural remnants of former Czechoslovakia, while you learn about the liberalization efforts during the Prague Spring and Russian invasion. Finish your tour by listening to how Czech people feel nowadays about their communist history and why occasions like the International Women's day can be subject of tenseness.
- Local guide
- Pick up and drop-off at your accommodation
Prepare for the activity
The meeting point is in the Old Town Square in front of the Cartier shop and Czech tourism center, at the corner of Pařížská and Dlouhá streets. Looks for the guides with the red umbrellas and red t-shirts.Open in Google Maps ⟶
• Children up to 13 years old are welcome to join this tour for free; the operator reserves the right to ask for a valid ID for children joining our tours
• Your tour may vary depending on what your guide thinks is best for your group