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This museum tells the story of brave Czech paratroopers who killed SS-Obergrupenführer Reinhard Heydrich in the Operation Anthropoid. Jan Kubiš and Josef Gabčík escaped to this church and the crypt under the church together with five more...more
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I only visited crypt I have also put in questions as I had asked there it is moving and really small space and there is also pictures and items such as briefcases and details of this event and associated events I looked at this before...More
The church crypt is the final chapter for the Czech Soldiers in Op Anthropoid.
It can be completed in 45 mins easily and is a piece of history not to be missed.
Crypt Closed Mondays, open Tue-Sat 0900-1700
After watching both Anthropoid and The Man with the Iron Heart St Cyril and St Methodius Cathedral is a must visit when in Prague. It’s a moving and well presented memorial museum to the bravery of the Czech hero’s who defied and resisted Nazi Germany....More
This is an interesting museum, but the information is dense in its display - long pieces of text with a few artifacts to highlight the content.
The memorial to the paratroopers who died during Operation Anthropoid is lovely. However there were lots of tours coming...More
Truly identifies the traumatic events of the second world war. A fascinating history of the brave fighters of the Czech Army and the effect the assassination of Heidrich had on people and villages in the area.
I’d been aware of the Second World War history of the church crypt and the partisans before visiting Prague. I’d decided to pay a visit and was not disappointed, there is a very good chronological time line of the events and circumstances that lead to...More
Nearly 700 hundred metres long, Wenceslas Square represents the most frequent and buzzing crossroads of the city. The National Museum in the upper part of the square watches over your spending spree in countless shops and retail stores lining the entire square, which ends at Na Příkopě, the most famous shopping street. When tired or broke, you can explore the city's underpasses, which can take you to the Old Town
or to the courtyards of art nouveau houses with secret gems of greenery, white benches and rose bushes that provide unexpected peace in the midst of the city. Be sure to pay a visit to the traditional cafés, classic Czech pubs, cinemas and theatres. National Theatre near the river has a lot to offer to foreigners. Go to the river bank and enjoy live music and drinks while watching a sunset behind Prague Castle.
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Buy a transport ticket from the desk in the arrivals hall. Take bus 119 to Nadrazi Velaslavin, take the Metro into the City Centre. The one ticket once you validate it when you get on the bus will also cover you on metro and... More
Buy a transport ticket from the desk in the arrivals hall. Take bus 119 to Nadrazi Velaslavin, take the Metro into the City Centre. The one ticket once you validate it when you get on the bus will also cover you on metro and trams. Consider a 3 day ticket if you plan a short trip. The people a the ticket counter will advise you. By far the quickest and cheapest way. Taxis are ok, but cost too much