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Take a walk around Prague and see another side of this beautiful city on this small-group tour of Prague’s communist sites. Your knowledgeable guide will take you through the history of communism in Czechoslovakia. Immerse yourself in the culture and history of Prague as you visit the city’s memorable sites, including the Stalin monument, Kampa Island on Vltava River and Jan Palach Square.

With your professional English-speaking guide, retrace the history of the communist period in Prague on this fully narrated walking tour. Start at Wenceslas Square, the site of the most important events in Czech history, such as many of the large demonstrations of the Velvet Revolution. Then, see the Kotva Shopping Centre, the former site of the famous giant Stalin monument, and visit Jan Palach Square, an area commemorating Palach, considered by many as a martyr to the anti-communist movement in Czechoslovakia.Continue your visit to Kampa Island, situated in the center of the Vltava River. See more monuments symbolizing the struggle against communism such as Lennon’s Wall and the Memorial of the Velvet Revolution. Complete your tour on your own at the Museum of Communism, where you will view an incredibly moving 15- minute film and see firsthand the history from this turbulent time.Receive a 15% discount voucher valid anytime at the Propaganda Pub, displaying over 200 original Czech communist artifacts from the founder’s personal collection. Here, you can relax and enjoy a famous Czech beer and hearty Czech cuisine and let your historical tour sink in.