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Prague – Crossroads of Reformation

Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic and the then-Czech Kingdom, became a centre of reformation one hundred years before the European reformations. The powerful flow of Bohemian reformation the centrepiece of which was the personality of Jan Hus (†1415) gave rise to the Czech utraquist church which remained the main and majority church in Prague for over two hundred years. However, other religious communities started appearing in Prague eventually – besides the Roman (Catholic) church, there was the Unity of the Brethren as well as the Lutherans and Calvinists. The Wittenberg or Lutheran reformation resounded amongst the Czech utraquists, too; and there was a German-speaking Lutheran community established as well. Prague became one of the early Modern Europe’s most varied and dynamic reformation centres.

Scheduled Tour

Saturday 27 May 2017


  • Church of Our Lady Before Týn
  • Saint Salva- tor’s Church
  • Memorial of the Execution of 27 Czech Noble- men
  • Karolinum, St. Martin in the Wall Church
  • Bethlehem Chapel
  • Charles Bridge
  • Church of Our Lady Victorious (Baby Jesus)
  Starting point: Prague Duration: 3 hours Group size: minimum 2 - 20 persons  

What is included in the price

  • Entrance fees to Bethlehem chapel, Church of Our Lady before Týn
  • Professional tour guide
  • Entrance fees to monuments included as per itinerary
  • Magni Guide Publication

What is not included in tour price

  • Transportation from Prague to Tabor
  • Accommodation
  • Meals and beverages
  • Passenger trip cancellation insurance (details sent with reservation form)
  • Gratuities for tour manager, and driver
  • Cultural entertainment
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