Diane + Al Hill - Ottawa, Canada - TripadvisorThis
was a fasinating and educational tour highlighting the WW2 in prague
and specifically the assassination of Heydrich. The tour guide
(owner/operator) Marek was a fountain of knowlege. He presented all the
info in an interesting flow with a sense of humour. I was not
previously a history buff...but this tour inspired me to do research on
my own when I got back home - using Marek's web site as a starting
When we travel we normally partake in the tours as it is a
great way to get a feel for the city...this is the best I have ever had
Harvey Hyman - Scotland
I can genuinely say that
the two hour tour by Marek was the highlight of my trip to Prague. I found
it truly fascinating and very informative and the passion that Marek has,
shone through loud and clear. Personally, I think this tour is a must for
anyone visiting Prague.
Carey Zesiger - TripadvisorGreat informative and fun tour. One of the highlights of our stay in Prague. Marek is a passionate and very personable guide.
Jenns Dissing - FBA really gifted story-teller and an person who is very devoted to the lovely city of Prague and the city's trials during the German occupation. Besides that a really nice person who will also give you details on the city - useful for the tourist who visits Prague for the first time. The tour is worth every penny - and he does not want money up front...if you like the tour you pay.
Gabriell Kristjanson - TripadvisorFranklin Orosco - FB
I found this tour to be very helpful in understanding
what lead up to the occupation of Czech and the Slovak Republic, the
major issues and events in the period up to May 1945, and then even an
overview of post-WW II events. The guide takes the time to show you
archival photos of certain locations as you are there so you can
understand better what happened. You get off the main streets and see
some fascinating sights like the apt exterior where resistance radio
signals were being sent, the underground tunnels near the Powder Tower
that were used by resistance fighters, the Heydrich assasination and
aftermath. He ties things together to help you see the relations among
the people who lived in Bohemia, Morava and Slovakia so you come away
with a clearer understanding of the events that transpired from the
'30's to the '90's. He is well-informed, interesting and interested
himself in his country's history and future fate. I recommend this tour
Mathew Enright - FB
This was the best and most interesting tour I took in my week in Prague. Brilliant!!!
Krista Helmboldt & John Hamilton
“The Assassination Tour was engaging and
interesting but the stories, and insights about the Russian invaders and
the brave rebels were so unsettling and important to know that it
remains the highlight of my visit to Prague. It invites you into the
tragic chapter in history and reveals the true soul of the City”
This tour was absolutely fantastic. I really can't say enough about it—I even thought about taking it twice! The tour guide, Marek, is knowledgeable, interesting and very enthusiastic. He provides historic background and context that give new meaning to the streets, buildings and people of Prague. I am not a historian by any means and usually find history boring, but Marek told the stories of his country and his people in a way that was engaging and relevant. I had no idea that Prague was such an important part of the history of WWII. I very highly recommend this tour to anyone visiting Prague.
Jeremy Cooper - FB
tour, thank you for all of the information! I recommend this tour for
anyone interested in WWII, Bohemia, Prague, Communism, and History!
Thank you again!!Merav Tshorny - FBThank you Marek for an informative and educating tour, filled with humor and amazing facts that swept us away for two hours, which felt like 5 minutes.It was a pleasure meeting you. Farewell from Israel, Merav and Runny.Leigh W - TripadvisorHow do more people not know about this on Trip Advisor? By far the
highlight and best tour of our trip. The guide is so passionate about
his subject and really gave us insight into what it was like living in
Prague during WWII. He also had some great personal information on what
it was like growing up under communism. You get a great tour of unusual
places that you would never have found with a guidebook, and much needed
background info. Not just for WWII buffs, but for anyone who enjoys
interesting historical facts. If you go to Prague, you can't miss this
tour--it will be the most original and interesting tour of your trip.