Take a 3-hour private tour of the Jewish Museum in Prague and the Old-New Synagogue with a private art historian guide. This tour offers a unique cultural experience by taking you to the Pinkas Synagogue, the second oldest surviving synagogue in Prague, which now serves as a Holocaust memorial. Next to it, you will find the Old Jewish Cemetery with about 12,000 tombstones in the cemetery, many decorated with animal and plant motifs and the oldest one dating back to 1439.
The tour will also take you to the Maisel Synagogue, which was burnt down in the ghetto fire of 1689 and was rebuilt several times. Another stop includes the Jerusalem Synagogue, also known as the Jubilee Synagogue, catching the visitor's eye with its striking red-and-yellow-striped facade.
Additionally, your guide will take you to see the Old-New Synagogue, which does not form part of the Jewish Museum but is an integral part of Jewish culture. Hear your guide's stories on Europe's oldest active synagogue while wandering its grounds.