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Communist Prague walking tour

Travel back in time with this distinctive walking tour. Learn about the history of communism and the struggle against it in Czechoslovakia. Immerse yourself in the culture and history of Prague as you visit the city's memorable sites. Uncover the truth about the life under the totalitarian regime that ruled the former Czechoslovakia for four decades. Take the opportunity for a brief study of current Czech history. Dive into the communist era with a knowledgeable guide and visit the important places of the communist past Walk along the famous Wenceslas Square and Revolucni Street. Pass by the Kotva 70s shopping centre and find out why this building is constructed strictly according to the ideological demands of communism. Explore also the memorial of the Velvet Revolution of 1989 and the crossing bridge of Legions. Continue your stroll through Prague’s communist history at President Parizska Street and view the Metronome, where the world’s largest Stalin statue stood as a symbol of the Czechs’ oppression. Cap off this informative excursion into the past at the Museum of communism and watch an extremely moving 15-minute film. Discover first-hand some of the valuable exhibits and artefacts. End the journey with a visit to the Propaganda club and restaurant. View the over 200 original Czech communist artefacts from the founder‘s personal collection. Relax with a famous Czech beer and a hearty Czech meal and let the history sink in, while your legs finally relax. Travel back in time with this distinctive walking tour. Learn about the history of communism and the struggle against it in Czechoslovakia. Immerse yourself in the culture and history of Prague as you visit the city's memorable sites. Uncover the truth about the life under the totalitarian regime that ruled the former Czechoslovakia for four decades. Take the opportunity for a brief study of current Czech history. Dive into the commun Meeting/pick-up point: Gray Line stand at Narodni Street 38. Duration: 3 hours. Start/opening time: 11am, please arrive 15 minutes prior the tour. Languages: English, German, Russian, French, Spanish and Italian. Others: Included: Admissions, 15% discount at the Propaganda restaurant and the service of a guide.