Prague Communism Tour with Nuclear Bunker Tickets

(1010 Reviews)

About this activity

Smartphone tickets accepted

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Hellotickets US English
This activity has EXCEPTIONAL reviews
Confirmation is immediate
FREE Cancellation
$47 $43
FREE Cancellation
No hidden fees
  • Your booking is confirmed instantly
  • This activity is in your language
  • This option has FREE cancellation: book it without any risk!

Experience Highlights

Join this tour and get to know what Prague was like in the communist era. For about 2 hours and in a group of about 15 people, you will have the opportunity to walk by some of the most emblematic places of Prague's recent history. With a local guide, you will learn about aspects of Czech history and politics from this turbulent era.

You will see places like the Old Town Square, Vaclavske Square or Narodni Street, have lunch in a 1970s canteen and visit a nuclear shelter built in the 1950s.

  • Discover how Czechs thought and lived in communist-era Prague.
  • See some of the most iconic sites of the city and the era with a local guide.
  • Eat traditional Czech food in a 1970's canteen for lunch
  • Visit a bunker prepared to evacuate the population in case of nuclear attack.

What’s included

  • Walk around Prague with a local guide
  • Entrance to a nuclear shelter

Select participants and date

Step by Step

Enjoy a walk through the most historical Prague and learn about some of the most important events that have marked its history, such as the Prague Spring or the Velvet Revolution. With a group of no more than 15 people, you will have the opportunity to visit places such as the Old Town Square, Vaclavske Square or Narodni Street and see historical photos of events, characters and buildings that in many cases no longer exist.

You can learn about historical landmarks of the country, such as the declaration of Czechoslovakia's independence after World War I or why Hitler was interested in conquering this state before the outbreak of World War II.

Thanks to a local guide, you will also learn about the living conditions of the Czechs in the post-war period and some of the most important events in the country, which was led by the communist party at the time.

You will learn about the horrors to which the population was subjected during the 1950s, with manipulated justice, repressive police, labour camps and other hardships. You will also see the site where the largest monument to Josef Stalin, the former dictator of the USSR, was once erected.

Halfway through the tour, you will take a break of about half an hour to have lunch in an authentic Czech canteen from the 1970s and try some of their traditional dishes and drinks, such as Kofola.

Finally, the activity will end with a visit of about one hour to a nuclear shelter located at Vaclavske Square.


· 1010 Reviews
  • W
    (0 Reviews)
    You have to do this tour, it's amazing.
  • G
    (0 Reviews)
    the tour is great and so are the kofolas!
  • Z
    (0 Reviews)
    I really enjoyed the tour, I highly recommend it.
  • T
    (0 Reviews)
    I loved learning about the hardships of life in the former Czechoslovakia, so much suffering!
  • See more

    Departure and Return

    Other Things You Should Know

    Cancellation Policy