Day Trips from Prague

The Jewish Quarter, also called Josefov, is located between the Vltava river and the Old Town Square. Jewish settlers had moved into Prague in the 10th century. Jews were prohibited to live anywhere else in Prague, except this quarter. Prague is home to the largest collection of Judaica in the world and there is no other collection of historical Jewish artefacts like it anywhere in the world. This Jewish Quarter is the only one that the Nazis did not destroy. Meet your English speaking guide at the hotel and continue to the Jewish quarter for walking tour. Explore 6 beautiful well-preserved synagogues, including Spanish andMaisel Synagogue. Also, you can visit the Old Jewish Cemetery, where up to 12 layers of graves lie on top of one another. Here you will find the resting place of Rabbi Loew, known in legends as the creator of the Golem. After the tour enjoy time at your own leisure exploring the Jewish quarter on your own. EXPLORE PRAGUE'S JEWISHQUARTER Jerusalem Synagogue