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It was a very intressting tour wich we both enjoyed very much.
It was great.the tourguide was excellent.We had to do the tour in two langueges which was takeing unfourtunatly a lot of time.
Excellent, very informative and moving. It was very sad to see the plight of the Czech Jewish people but a must to see when in prague
excellent tour with excellent guide. Both informative and enjoyable
the guide was very passionate about this tour and very informative
Very interesting and informative tour. Enjoyed the tour guides knowledge.
No doubt, the most interesting tour in Prague. The guide did not present always the right facts about the things we saw, but on the other hand it was a new experience for most of the visitors.
The guide was very knowledgeable and informative. This was definitely worthwhile as it brought Jewish history in Prague to life.
The tour was excellent and tour guide was very knowledgeable and nice person. We really enjoyed the this tour and recommend it to everyone who is in Prague the first time.
This is a must see in Prague. The tour lasted for hours and the guide was very efficient and certainly knew her stuff. We were the only two in the tour, so we had an excellent chance to hear all about it. It was so astounding! I cannot believe how beautiful and surreal the sights were, I would definitely recommend it to anyone.
Great tour guide. Very informed, informative and gracious.
Our guide was well versed in the local history of the Pra Ha Jewish Quarter.
This tour was wonderful. It was a little hard to find the starting location, but the guide was absolutely wonderful. He was knowledgeable of the areas history and attentive to each of the people in the group. He also helped us figure out how to get back to our hotel.
This tour was at the usual Viator standards. The guide was fine and provided a good pace to the various sites.
very interesting tour . Rare to find a european city where so many synagogues and Jewish cultural items survived the war.
Very interesting other side to the Terezin tour, guide was funny but knew his stuff though.
Very interesting. But if tour participants are 30 minutes late then that should be their tough luck and not a penalty on everyone who is on time. In compensation our guide gave us more time at the end but the cheeky sods who were late didn't even complete the tour. All in all a most interesting tour into a sad but fascinating history. The cemetery is amazing in the number of people buried in such a small area over so long a time.
Small group of only 4 with interesting guide, though English difficult to understand at times.
Excellent Point of Interest and rich in history. However somewhat disappointed that the guide had to continuously repeat things in different languages. Depending on where the majority of guests were from, you either had a good (and clear) explanation or not.