Meet us as a tourist but leave as our friend!
The walking tour starts at the Powder Tower in namesti Republiky, where you will hear the story of how the new Czechoslovakia Republic was formed in 1918. Discover the dark days of Nazi occupation and liberation by the Russian Red Army in 1945.
In Wenceslasz Square you will learn about the 1960s when the Soviet army crushed the nation’s blossoming dreams of democracy in 1968. To learn more about the Prague Spring, you could read the blog post here. The tour takes you up to the Velvet Revolution in 1989, signalizing the end of this gray period of Cold War history.
Learn about the history and architecture from our local guides, join us on this special Communism & Bunker Tour Prague.
What you´ll get in this tour
You will be shown around by a motivated, local licensed guide.
You will explore Prague from another perspective and hear the stories from different phases in the city’s history.
Get to know awesome people from around the world. The maximum group size is limited so you can easily understand the guide.
Frequently asked questions
Follow this Google Maps link. If you have arrived at the meeting point, look for the guides
holding a blue umbrella with a sign Prague Extravaganza Free Tour.
You can book the tour by going to our booking page and entering your details in the form. Afterward, you will receive a confirmation email with the date and time of your booked tour. That’s it!
Following sights will be included in your tour:
- Pre-WW1 period
- Foundation of Czechoslovakia in 1918
- Nazi Occupation
- Liberation by the Red Army in 1945
- Communist putsch in 1948
- 50s – Era of fear
- 60s – Era of hope
- Story of Alexander Dubček
- Prague Spring in 1968
- Jan Palach’s death
- 70s – Era of Normalisation
- Václav Havel
- Late 80s – Perestroika
- Velvet Revolution in 1989
- Post-communist period so-called as wild capitalism
- Situation of the Czech Republic today
The general Communism & Bunker Tour operates in English only, however, we are able to organize private tours in French or German.
Save your spot today and book a tour now!
We start all our tours very punctual! Please be at least 10 minutes before starting time at the meeting point.
Please note: We do not wait for any person who arrives too late. We want to be fair to all our customers and can not wait for single individuals if the whole group is already there.
If you loose your group during the walk, it is nearly impossible to find them again due to so many groups and streets in the old town. We recommend always to stay close and focused! 🙂
Yes, there are 30 minutes breaks during the Communism & Bunker Tour. We stop in an authentic canteen from the 70s, so you can rest your feet, use a bathroom and enjoy typical Czech lunch and Kofola drink in this very traditional place popular by locals. For less than 5 EUR you can enjoy a 3-course menu. This place is a hidden gem!
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