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Prague is the capital city of the relatively small Czech Republic which lies in the heart of Europe, neighbouring with Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Poland. There is a number of non-stop border crossings available with an excellent connection by car, bus, train or plane. A valid passport, which does not expire at least for 90 days, is required in order to enter the Czech Republic.
There is no need of an entry visa for most European countries and USA. In case of necessity you can obtain visa at the Czech Embassy in your country. Two kinds of visas are available; a short-term visa for 90 days over the duration of stay. The official language is Czech, Slovak language being understandable. Most local people have basic or possibly intermediate knowledge of English or German language. In majority of hotels, restaurants, travel agencies, historical monuments, shops and services the communication is possible in English and German.
In 1992 the historical centre of Prague covering an area of 866 hectares was listed in the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage Register.

Welcome to our Prague accommodation reservation service. Our accommodation database and search will help you to find the best possible accommodation in Prague hotels, pensions or apartments. There is no extra charge for our service and we guarantee the same or lower price as the hotels (rack prices). We also offer special discounts off the standard prices.

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Offer of the apartments and hotels in the Jewish quarter

We offer also accommodation in Prague apartments and hotels, which are located in the central tourist area of Prague, particular in the Jewish Quarter - Josefov. These apartments are in the near vicinity or in walking distance from the Old-New Synagogue and Kosher restaurants.

Services in synagogues in Prague

Old New Synagogue
daily morning services
at 08:00 a.m.
Friday evening prayers Kabbalat Shabbat
at candle lighting time
and during the summer
at 08:00 p.m.
Shabbat morning services
at 9:00 a.m.

Chabad Center
Kabbalat Shabbat
at 06:00 p.m.
weekday Shacharit - Sunday
at 08:30 a.m.
weekday Shacharit - Monday and Thursday
at 08:00 a.m.
daily Mincha/Arvit
at sunset

Jewish sights in the Jewish guarter

Old New Synagogue
High Synagogue
The Jewish Museum in Prague
Old Jewish Cemetry in Josefov
Klaus Synagogue
Spanish Synagogue
Maisel Synagogue
Pinkas Synagogue
The Ceremonial Hall

Jewish sights out of the Jewish quarter

Jubilee Synagogue
Jewish Cemetery on Fibichova street (rabbi Landou)
New Jewish Cemetery
(tumba of Franz Kafka)

The mikvah

Prague has a new, beautiful and modern Mikvah, located at the entrance to the Old Jewish cemetery. For appointments and information contact the Rabbinate's office.