the Jewish Quarter in Prague is a must visit for every Jew. From the Maharal's tomb from Prague to the old building of the Prague Hevra Kadisha and the oldest active synagogue in Europe.
Leading attractions in the Jewish Quarter of Prague The Jewish Museum The Jewish Museum in the Józefów district includes a number of synagogues, a museum of the Hevra Kadisha (Jewish burial society) and exhibitions, where a combined entrance ticket can be purchased for everyone or everyone separately. Address: Jewish Quarter, U Staré školy 1, 110 00 Praha 1 Price: You can buy a combined ticket, which includes entrance to all the sites in the quarter (480 kroner for adults, 320 kronor for children aged 6-15 and students, children up to 6 years of age). Website: http://www.jewishmuseum.cz/aindex.php
The Spanish Synagogue This is the oldest synagogue in Prague that serves the Reform community and is adorned with gold decorations in the Mori style. On the second floor is a Judaica exhibition. Prague Jewish burial society building At the exit from the cemetery is a building that was used by the Hevra Kadisha in Prague as a purification room and a mortuary where tools used by the local community are displayed.
The Altneuschul Synagogue It is the oldest active synagogue in Europe, which according to stories in its attic is the Golem of Prague. The synagogue is located 200 meters from the cemetery.
The Jewish cemetery The Jewish cemetery in Prague is part of the complex of the Jewish Museum, which also includes a relatively small location. Hundreds of graves are found when the graves can be attributed to the size of the grave and gravestone. The place is located on the fringes of the Jewish Quarter, where the Maharal of Prague (Rabbi Yehudah Lewa ben Bezalel) is buried. He died at the age of 97 in 1609, and his grave reads: ... ". There are two hiking trails suitable for winter and summer. The entrance fee to the Jewish Museum also includes the entrance to the cemetery. Jewish Quarter in Prague, 110 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic