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Plongez dans l'histoire et la culture bohémiennes de Prague lors de cette passionnante balade de 4 heures. Grâce à un guide professionnel, vous apprendrez comment le patrimoine unique de la Bohême a marqué Prague et la nation tchèque, de sa nourriture à son destin politique, son art et son architecture. Découvrez les sites insolites de Prague tels que les sculptures controversées de David Cerny ; découvrez le quartier en plein essor de Vrsovice ; passez devant le plus vieux pub de Prague et devant un café d'absinthe ; dégustez quelques bières tchèques typiques et des en-cas bohémiens traditionnels tels que les pâtisseries sucrées et les sandwichs ouverts « oblozene chlebicky ».
Our guide Sasa was very knowledgeable about the history of Prague and Chechia. He made our walk interesting and informative. Especially interesting was the “Pater Noster” elevator. I had seen it on Facebook and was glad to get to ride it. His choices of foods for us to try were things we really liked. Would hire him as a guide if we come again.
I spent a most wonderful day with our guide Marc who introduced us to the most amazing stories about Bohemian history. No question was left unanswered. I enjoyed the relaxed and personal atmosphere. The best part, however, was lunch at a funny Czech pub the furniture of which reminded me of my grannys attic. Marcs great surprise was his amazing card tricks. I enjoyed every second of this tour.
We booked this 4 hour tour with 2 other friends and were very lucky to have Kaja as our guide. Our start point was on Wenceslas Square and from there she took us to areas that tourists and visitors rarely see. As a lifelong Prague citizen she was able to share her insights into recent history combined with what she shared about her family's life during difficult times: this gave our walk incredible depth and we came out of this appreciating the Czech spirit of survival. And their love of the arts, also, as this is a very cultured society. We were walked through passages,that we could never find on our own saw the Lucerna Music venue, the radio tower with the faceless babies crawling up and local neighborhoods. And more things that i can remember i need to look at all my photos!. We stopped for beer, wine and a filling lunch at a converted ice cream factory, had traditional Czech sandwich snacks at a deli where you order your open faced sandwich, drinks and eat standing so you can get back to,work!, and good Czech beer here too, or the Czech version of Coca Cola. We ate our way through town, laughing and talking and having serious discussions and sharing our lives with each other. We went to a busy local bakery to end our get together with delicious pastries, coffeee and tea. We chatted with little girls sitting at the communal table. And then Kaja brought us back to where we started, and there were many hugs all around. The day had whizzed by. We miss you, Kaja!! This walk was one of the highlights of our stay here. We hope to return to Prague!