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Delve into Prague’s communist past on this 3-hour walking tour. With a professional guide leading the way, you’ll visit some of the Czech capital’s most famous landmarks and attractions, and learn about the Communist Party of the former republic of Czechoslovakia. Traverse the historic Wenceslas Square, see the site of the former Stalin monument, and get up close to monuments like Lennon’s Wall and the Memorial of the Velvet Revolution. Your tour also includes entry to the Museum of Communism and a discount card for the Propaganda Pub.


  • Fully narrated walking tour of Prague's communist sites
  • See major communist symbols, such as the famous Stalin monument and Jan Palach Square
  • Visit the Museum of Communism and retrace the communism story with your professional guide
  • Receive a discount voucher of 15% and grab a drink at the Propaganda Pub, featuring several original Czech communist artifacts

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What You Can Expect

Prague Communist Walking Tour

Communist Walking Tour

With your professional English-speaking guide, retrace the history of the communist period in Prague on this fully narrated walking tour. Start at Wenceslas Square, the site of the most important events in Czech history, such as many of the large demonstrations of the Velvet Revolution. Then, see the Kotva Shopping Centre, the former site of the famous giant Stalin monument, and visit Jan Palach Square, an area commemorating Palach, considered by many as a martyr to the anti-communist movement in Czechoslovakia.

Continue your visit to Kampa Island, situated in the center of the Vltava River. See more monuments symbolizing the struggle against communism such as Lennon’s Wall and the Memorial of the Velvet Revolution. Complete your tour on your own at the Museum of Communism, where you will view an incredibly moving 15- minute film and see firsthand the history from this turbulent time.

Receive a 15% discount voucher valid anytime at the Propaganda Pub, displaying over 200 original Czech communist artifacts from the founder’s personal collection. Here, you can relax and enjoy a famous Czech beer and hearty Czech cuisine and let your historical tour sink in.

Customer Reviews

James K

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2012

The guide was wonderful, she was extremely knowledgeable and has a great sense of humor. I would advise this trip.


4 star rating: Recommended January 2015

Very knowledgeable guide. Saw Prague from a totally different viewpoint.

Gayle B

3 star rating: Worth doing June 2016

This tour was a bit disappointing. The highlights were the only sites visited, with the exception of Vaclav Havel's former residence thanks for that, though!. We did not see the John Lennon Peace Wall and the tour guide's modus operandi seemed to be to walk as slowly as possible to stretch the time of the tour. There were seven students and one course coordinator in addition to me on this tour, so I expected more. The guide didn't even talk about the Prague Spring! I had to send information to my students after the tour about those events. The tour was really not worth the 35 per person charged.

Michael C

1 star rating: I do not recommend this August 2016

The tour guide walked very slowly and spent most of her time reflecting upon how rich Europeans and Americans bought most of the valuable real estate in Prague. We saw very little due to the slow walking and the digressions.

Martin Harvey United Kingdom

1 star rating: I do not recommend this November 2013

I was the only person on the walk. It took 30 mins before I was dropped off at the Communist Museum. The guide messed out lots of things on the tour description. We never went to Kampa Island. The description promised a 3 hour tour. I got about 40 minutes. I can understand if the guide doesn't want to do the full tour with one person. But better to cancel than just through the tour and leave half of it out. Very disappointing .

Stanley P O

1 star rating: I do not recommend this October 2012

Tour director was terrible.....found her sites not really connected to Communist HQ bldgs or sites....we read our own way through the Communist Museum. I wondered why the price was reduced 50% after I paid full price! Now I know why. It was our first of 5 Viator Tours and scared me what was ahead! Olga from Dubrovnik saved your reputation. Would not recommend Viator for Prague!..

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