I am so pleased to finally write this review for Lenka, who took us on a private guided tour during passover. She is so sweet and intelligent, she truly made the jewish quarter memorable. After being us at our hotel she led us through the old town square to the jewish quarter. Our private tour started at Maisel Synagogue, and from there we visited Pinkas, the cemetery, the burial society/ceremonial hall, Klausova, Staronová and Španělská synagogues. Pretty much everything you could ask for in the jewish quarter. A great wayto condense the jewish quarter into a great 3 hour visit if you are pressed for time, however we never felt rushed as some of the buildings are small. Was great having Lenka on hand to answer any questions, she really kept us interested the whole time! My father and I had an amazing time on this tour, and I highly recommend a tour with Lenka
Lenka was an excellent guide - her comprehensive knowledge of the history and culture of the quarter was astounding. The trip itself the access-all-sites ticket is perhaps a little overpriced compared with other prices in Prague.
Danyek was a knowlegable tour guide in every sense of the word - he could talk to any time in history, any building we walked by, and, of course, about the Jewish quarter in Prague. We very much enjoyed our tour.
I had a few glitches confirming my tour between Viator, Lenka tour guide and myself on the night before my tour. This was all sorted and Lenka met me at my hotel the following morning. The tour was everything I had hoped for. The synagogues were beautiful. Lenka was so knowledgeable, her understanding and compassion of the plight of the Jewish people was obvious. Lenka gave me plenty of time to take photos, ask questions, spend my own time at each synagogue. The pace of the tour was perfect, I never felt rushed. I would highly recommend this tour. It is somber in parts, but well worth it.
It was good to have a guide and she was very knowledgeable. My only complaint is that she did not take us to all the synagogues and we did not know we missed the Jubilee Synagogue until we arrived home.