- Travel back in time to Soviet-controlled Czechoslovakia on an immersive guided walk along Prague's historic streets
- Hear stories of bravery, bloodshed, and paranoia of life behind the Iron Curtain, told with incredible detail
- Wander around the fascinating Museum of Communism, get up close to artifacts, archive material, and installations
Catch a chilling glimpse of life behind the Iron Curtain on an immersive guided walk through Prague. An expert guide will help trace the effects of Communism on the city as you weave your way around its winding streets.
Hear dark and bizarre tales of Soviet violence and paranoia, as well as stories of heroism, bravery, and defiance that defined the Czech spirit in the face of dictatorship.
Then, stop by the Museum of Communism and see artifacts that drive home the point of the tour.
The tour covers major events of the 20th century that occurred in Prague, from the Nazi invasion to Soviet occupation, and the Prague Spring, right up to the Velvet Revolution which eventually led to the birth of the Czech Republic.
The stories of protest and police brutality are revived with respectful dark humor and fascinating detail. Visit the site where the largest statue of Joseph Stalin in the world once stood, and learn about the heroes who helped turn Prague into the cosmopolitan culture-hub it is today.
Then, enter the Museum of Communism and get up close to genuine artifacts and mementos from the era. See archive footage and documents, as well as large-scale installations depicting the dark and often obscure living conditions of life behind the Iron Curtain.
- Show your smartphone ticket to the guide at the meeting point, in front of Old Town Bridge Tower
- The guide will be holding an open orange umbrella
- The tour starts at 10:00. Make sure to be at the meeting point 10 minutes early
- Cancellations are possible up to 24 hours before your visit date
- Changes may be possible for this ticket