Precious Legacy Tours is a Jewish Guide Service located in Prague, Czech Republic. We offer guided public (general) and private (custom ) tours mostly regarding jewish topics, so one can say we are jewish travel company. Most popular are: Jewish Prague (Prague Jewish Group Tour), Terezin group Tour (Small Fortress, Jewish museum, crematorium), Prague General Group Tour (Prague castle)
Luba Poleva, company owner, and her clients – Precious Legacy Tours, Jewish Guide Service
Thank you for visiting our website. Situated in the world famous Jewish Quarter in Prague, Czech Republic, we are dedicated to helping you make your stay in our unique historical city both wonderful and unforgettable.
Terezin Private Tour
Prices do not include admission fees (230 ckz per person) or tips. Fees in cash and in the local currency.
You should also bring 100 czk (per person) as a gratuity payment to a local guide at the Gestapo Prison. They will help us access restricted areas.
Duration: 6 hours
Prague Jewish Private Tour
Walking Tour. Prices include guiding, but exclude admissions fees and tips.
Duration: 3 hours
Terezin Group Tour
A Comprehensive Guided Tour of the former Concentration Camp 30 miles north of Prague.
Duration: 5 hours
The Guided Tour of the World-Famous Jewish Quarter is at the heart of the Precious Legacy.
Duration: 3 hours
Precious Legacy Tours is respectfully named after the international Jewish Exhibition, “The Precious Legacy Exhibit” (http://www.judaica.org/precious/index.html). This special exhibition of Czech Judaica, including art, religious objects, and personal items, travelled through Israel, The United States, Canada and Australia in 1983, allowing millions of people in these locations to see, and to learn from, this extraordinary exhibition. The Czech Republic boasts one of the largest and most significant collections of Judaica in the world.
Prague is beautiful all year round! This extensive collection of items, preserved by the Prague Jewish Museum after Nazi confiscation during World War II, now serves to document Jewish life in the Czech region, one of the oldest continuous Jewish communities in Europe. It is interesting that the Nazis actually condoned the preservation of these items. They considered them artifacts representing what Hitler hoped would be an extinct race.
These objects, then, also testify to the tragic and catastrophic dimension of European Jewish life, which culminated in the Holocaust.
The Precious Legacy Exhibit strives to enlighten all people in a spirit of international cooperation and understanding.