Prague, for decades hidden behind the Iron Curtain, has since been revealed as one of Europe’s most beautiful cities, a dusty jewel awaiting your exploration. This city on the Vlatava is divided into several parts: old town and new town on one side of the river, the mysterious quarter of Mala Strana on the other, and then the old castle, and St Vitus’s cathedral, from above. The Charles Bridge connects the two sides, and seethes day and night with activity...
Thank you for your help coordinating such a pleasant learning experience for our students.
(etr tour leader) Lisette was a great help and we would love to have her lead our future tours. The local guides were very knowledgeable. The students have continued to talk about Vaclav since leaving Prague because he presented the facts in a fun and imaginative way that connected with them. Overall, our students had a very memorable trip and I look forward to working with you and etr as we plan our trip for next year. M.C. March, 2013
buskers, petty vendors and artists, tourists and locals, the life of a city square lived daily on an unusually lovely and evocative old bridge. Yet, in all parts of Prague winding alleys and atmospheric medieval streets and squares combine to create an almost other-worldy effect. One feels the ghosts of old Prague everywhere, not least in the ancient Jewish cemetery, whose gravestones are piled up on top of each other, a secluded pocket of quiet and contemplation in a generally secluded city; a city, indeed of ‘pockets.’
An etr Prague Adventure is a heady plunge into a city of great culture and sophistication, great charm and mystery, a programme which has been developed and refined since our first group at the time of the Velvet Revolution.
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