"With the Almighty and the fortunte constellation of the stars Jupiter, Mars and Venus, we welcome you to Prague, my fellows. May the holy Rochus and Sebastian be on our side today, to let us enter, but also leave the town once we finished our work. Seems you all look fine for now, but I´ll keep an eye on you." After our success with the Nightwatchman of Prague we invite you now to go back to the times of the Black Death and plague in Prague of the 18th Century. You will explore the city with your personal plague doctor, our forgotten hero A. Schamsky who fought the Plague in 1713. In the original dress of a plague doctor we will take you on a journey through the different centuries for only one purpose: Surviving! A historical walk with shocking details of the pneunomic and bubonic plague causing approximately 200 million deaths in the history of humanity. An interactive tour through the old town. We´ll stop by at the old St. Francis hospital and conclude the tour at the convent of St. Agnes. So take your mask and follow us close by.
"With the Almighty and the fortunte constellation of the stars Jupiter, Mars and Venus, we welcome you to Prague!" We are Lucie & David. We are living with our little baby boy Jonas in the capitol of Czech Republic. As history fans, drama teacher and coach we love to share our passion with guests from all around the world. We enjoy the quiet spots in Prague and love the medieval atmosphere of this georgious city. +++Interested in our Tour Nightwatchman of Prague? Here is the link: https://www.airbnb.de/experiences/160803?s=67&shared_item_type=2&virality_entry_point=2&sharer_id=85163769
Plague Mask to prevent infection.
We start at the House of the "Golden Well", after a walk over the Charles Bridge we pay a visit to the City House, continue over the old town square up to the old St. Francis Hospital. We will finish the tour at the Convent of St. Agnes.
The tour is interactive, hence your questions are more than welcome. This is about histiorical facts only, therefore it can appear to be a bit scary...
The Plague Doctor of Prague