Prague Through the Eyes of Franz Kafka 2.5-Hour Tour

Most important points

Meeting time / duration

01:30pm (Every day) / 2 - 2,5 Hours

Meeting point

Meet your guide in front of the Astronomical Clock in Old Town Square. The guide will be holding an open blue and white umbrella.

Tour in

English, German, Italian, Spanish, French, Russian, Czech

Overview

Discover Prague through the eyes of Franz Kafka on a 2.5-hour tour. Learn about his life and times in the city. Along the way, pass iconic monuments in the Old Town, Lesser Town and Jewish Quarter. Stop for a drink in one of Kafka’s favorite cafés.

What to Expect

Product Experience

  • Learn more about the life of Franz Kafka and his relationship to Prague
  • Stop at sites that inspired Kafka's writing, and hear short readings at each one
  • Go to a café that Franz Kafka used to frequent
  • See some of the apartments where Franz Kafka's family lived
  • Hear about Prague's literary impact on Kafka, along with a broader view of literature in the city

Overview

Discover Prague through the eyes of Franz Kafka on a 2.5-hour tour. Learn about his life and times in the city. Along the way, pass iconic monuments in the Old Town, Lesser Town and Jewish Quarter. Stop for a drink in one of Kafka’s favorite cafés.

What to Expect

Explore Prague through the life and times of the city’s most famous author on a 2.5-hour Franz Kafka tour.

Meet your guide by the Astronomical Clock in Old Town Square, and stroll to sites with a history related to Kafka. The author of “Metamorphosis,” “The Trial” and “The Castle,” Kafka spent much of his life and wrote many of his literary works in Josefov, Pragueʼs former Jewish Ghetto.

Follow your guide to some of the apartments where the Kafka family lived. Discover where Franz Kafka went to school and university. Go to the house where he 1st met his future wife, Felice Bauer. Pass by some of the salons and synagogues that inspired his literary contemplations.

Each stop has a Kafka connection, and includes a short reading from his work. Along the way, learn more about the history of Prague, and especially the fate of its Jewish community. Hear about Prague’s multicultural history, and its broader relationship to art and literature.

What's Included

  • Live licensed tour guide
  • Tea or coffee

What's Not Included

  • Admission tickets

Feedbacks

Anonymous , 20 April 2017, 13:00

Great tour! Thank you very much!

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