Join us on a three-hour tour exploring the remarkable history of Prague during World War II. Our expert guide will take you on a journey through the city's streets, visiting the sites and landmarks that played a vital role in this tumultuous period.
We'll start by immersing you in the action with archival photographs at the site where the German army entered the old town. From there, we'll take you to the areas hit by carpet bombing in the Old Town, where you'll hear stories of bravery and sacrifice during the Prague Uprising in 1945. This was when Czech resistance fighters took up arms against the occupying Nazi forces.
Next, we'll take you to the underground cellars beneath a 12th-century palace, which served as a bomb shelter during the war. Here, you can explore our private collection of WW2 artifacts, which includes rare and fascinating objects that offer a glimpse into the lives of those who lived through this period of history.
Finally, we'll visit the crypt of Saint Cyril and Methodius Cathedral, where Czechoslovak paratroopers sought hide-out after carrying out the daring assassination of Heydrich, codenamed Operation Anthropoid. You'll have the chance to pay your respects at the memorial to the victims of Heydrich terror and visit the church above the crypt.
Throughout the tour, you'll see the scars of war etched into the very fabric of the city. You'll come away with a deeper understanding of the sacrifices made by those who fought against oppression and tyranny.
This tour is an excellent choice for anyone interested in the history of Prague and the Czech people during World War II. Our knowledgeable guide will bring the stories and legends of this period to life, making for a truly unforgettable experience.