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Deaf Guide & Tour of Prague & Czechia 🇨🇿

History. Culture. Architecture. Markets. Food. Beer. And more... International sign. American sign language. Deutsche Gebärdensprache. Český znakový jazyk.

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Select from our variety of guided sightseeing tours in Prague, as well as tours designed for friends and families. Additionally, we provide discounted rates for larger groups and corporate bookings!

Prague Autumn Tour

November 1 - 3, 2024

3 days, 2 nights

Prague Easter Tour

April 17 – 21, 2025

5 days, 4 nights

6-7 Hours (recommended)

Full Day Tour of Prague

Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, Old Town, New Town, Jewish Town

3-4 Hours

Half-Day Tour of Prague

Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, Jewish Town or Prague Castle

"Prague has no justification for its existence. It is a city of dreams."
Franz Kafka

Who I am?

My name is Jan Wirth. I was born into a deaf family. Currently, I live with my family near Prague Castle. This city holds a special place in my heart. I am a licensed tour guide since 2018. I am excited to guide you through its picturesque, poetic, drama, and mysterious locations in IS, ASL, DGS, or ČZJ.

Deaf Guide of Prague and Czechia

Why Prague?

Prague offers a rich history, architecture and culture, excellent beer and Czech cuisine, beautiful parks and gardens, great shopping, artistic institutions, lively nightlife, easy travel throughout Europe, many cultural events, safety, and many hidden gems that are worth visiting.

Why Czechia?

Kutná Hora: This historical urban complex has also been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Its highlight is the St. Barbara's Cathedral and the ossuary with incredible decoration made from human bones. Český Krumlov: This picturesque town in the southern Czech Republic is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Its historical center, with a castle and chateau, is surrounded by the Vltava River and offers a stunning atmosphere. Karlovy Vary: This famous spa destination is renowned for its thermal springs and beautiful architecture. You can stroll along the promenades, taste the mineral springs, and indulge in relaxation at the spa houses. Karlovy Vary region truly deserves its place on the UNESCO list. And more...

Czechia & Prague Gallery

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