Walking Tours

Walking Tour of Prague (July 2nd, 2:30)

Guide: Miloš Čuřík

Duration: about 3 hours

Starting point: Táborská brána (the first arch/gate leading to Vyšehrad). Meet at 2:15pm at Inost to be taken there.

Kafka Walking Tour (July 9th, 2:30)

Guide: professor Petr Bílek

Duration: about 3 hours

Starting point: The steps of the Charles University Faculty of Arts near the Staroměstká metro/tram stop. Meet at 1:45pm at Inos to be taken there. 

Olšany Cemetery Tour (July 16th, 2:30)

Guide: professor Petr Bílek

Duration: about 3 hours

Starting point: The vestibule of the Flora metro stop. Meet at 1:45pm at Inos to be taken there. 

Field trips

Body and Mind Tour: Kutná Hora and Bohemian Paradise

Date: 7.14., 8am (from hotel Inos)

Deadline to sign up: July 6th

Cost: 1000 CZK (about 43 USD)

This is a tour of the medieval town of Kutná Hora (UNESCO World Cultural Herritage) and a hike among the sandstone formations of the Prachovice mountains in the Bohemian Paradise. The trip includes a guided tour of the Sedlec Ossuary, a chapel decorated entirely with human bones. The cost of the trip includes transportation, entry fees, and the guide, Miloš Čuřík.

A Day in Prague’s Jewish Town

Date: 7.20., 10:00 (start time at the Jewish Town Hall, meet 9:15 at Inos)

Cost: Free

Begining with a lecture on Jewish history in the Czech lands at the Jewish Town Hall, this all-day tour will take you through all the major landmarks of Jewish history in Prague: the cemetery, numerous synagogues, museums and memorials. This urban-fieldtrip is a rare opportunity to deapen your knowlage about an intrinsic facet of Czech and European history. The lecture and subsequent tour will be led by historian David Kraus.

Theresienstadt and Lidice

Date: 7.22., 9am (from hotel Inos)

Deadline to sign up: July 13th

Cost: 1000 CZK (about 43 USD)

This trip will include a tour of the Theresienstadt ghetto and concentration camp and the memorial museum of Lidice, a town leveled by the Nazis after the assassination of Heydrich. The cost of the trip includes transportation, entry fees, and the guide, Miloš Čuřík.