Alexis is an American who's been living in Prague for about a year. She's a history-loving, vegetarian, cat lady, but don't worry, those precious pups come in at a close 2nd behind the felines. Alexis is also an English teacher, so be ready for some (fun!) homework if you go on her tour! You'll know her by her bright orange Philadelphia Flyers hat, representing her home state of Pennsylvania.
Astrid moved here from Western Australia in August of 2016. As well as working as a tour guide she also teaches English to Czech adults. Her hobbies include photography, travel, reading, and drinking Czech beer!
David's not from any place in particular; he's lived throughout the States, from the southeast to the northwest, and lived in Belgium for a few years too. Soon to begin as a bachelor's student at Charles University, this somewhat new arrival will be in Prague quite a while longer. David enjoys nearly everything about the city, but especially the variety of events and culture.
Emma was born in Fredericton, Canada, and is currently trying to put her History degree to good use by telling people about the beautiful city of Prague. After moving to Czech Republic in May 2016 to study teaching, she fell in love with the city and now refuses to leave. Apart from teaching English and re-reading The Lord of the Rings, Emma enjoys studying languages and is currently struggling to learn Czech (but can now confidently order a beer). Join Emma if you’re looking for a fun and exciting tour experience.
James has visited plenty of cities, but Prague ended up being the one he couldn’t bring himself to leave. Prague has a special charm and a rich history, and James loves to share all of that with everyone who visits. While traveling is still one of his great passions, he still feels excited when he returns to the city that he now calls home.
Jen has wandered many roads and lived in many cities before settling down in Prague. She's a writer and a storyteller and loves to tell the stories about how people lived and died in Prague throughout millennia. Though she first studied Landscape Design at university, she has also studied Anthropology and languages, and worked quite a long time with the government in Alberta. A true Canadian, she enjoys winter, and especially winter in Prague with the markets, Christmas tree, and the hot wine. She loves meeting people who have similar interests in the stories behind the buildings, and the lives of people who have lived (and died!) in Prague. Her favourite thing? Prague's beautiful and ancient cemeteries. Ask her to show them to you!
Former Subway sandwich artist, and disgraced Old Navy model, Joseph Regan is a native-born American with a love for history, travel, and unearthing the darkness that sleeps undisturbed in the depths of the human heart. He'll over-zealously show you the sights and sounds of the city on a tour that's limited only by your imagination and your tolerance for badly-delivered puns. And yes, this is the best picture he could find of himself.
Katerina is a Czech girl born and raised in London, and has always enjoyed travelling. The most significant trips for her were language courses in Malta, one year in the Netherlands for studies, and a few summers spent working in the US, followed by some road trips. During her travels she experienced how great it is to have someone local to show you around a new place and give some recommendations about what to do and what to avoid, and therefore began as a tour guide when she arrived to Prague, first on bar crawls and than on free walking tours. During her free time, besides walking the charming streets of Prague, she loves to hit the volleyball, lead gym classes, and draw a bit.
Lindsay is a Nashville native who doesn't like country music, but does enjoy Bedřich Smetana and Antonín Dvořák. She would have loved to have dinner with Franz Kafka, and would definitely have been best friends with Rudolf II. She moved to Prague because the city is exceptionally beautiful, but she stayed here because Prague's people and history are even more so.
Melina is an architecture student, originally from Greece but she has been living in Prague for the past 15 years where she attended Czech schools, making her able to completely comprehend the Czech mentality and culture. She can recommend a lot of the Czech people's favorite spots to hang out; restaurants, coffee shops, and bars. She loves meeting people from different cultures and hopes to learn many languages as soon as possible. She is also working on completing the translation of the Bohumil Hrabal's literary masterpiece I Served the King of England directly from Czech to Greek to be published soon. She can give you a lot of information on the jazz and blues underground scene in Prague as she has 4 years of experience with singing in various blues clubs. And, as she loves to visit underground bars to hear young musicians, she can give you a lot of tips about these types of places too. As her Major is Architecture, she can give you a lot of information on the buildings from a more unconventional point of view, including semantic and technical context.
Born and raised in Poland, Michal moved to Prague in January 2013. He studied robotics and was working as an electronic engineer for quite a while, but he fell for Prague and he realized he'd rather be a great tour guide than a mediocre engineer. He uses tour guiding as an opportunity to meet people, believing that every person can teach him something new. When not tour guiding, he hikes in mountains, reads books, or involves himself in film and theatre productions as a stage manager, actor, or comedy improviser.
Myles was born and raised in Louisiana but relocated to Prague back in 2015. After studying abroad in Germany in 2013, immediately upon returning home Myles knew that he wanted to relocate to Central Europe for the foreseeable future. Myles is something of a history nerd and believes there is no better city in the world than Prague in that category. He loves traveling and meeting like-minded people, good music, great beer, and sports. He chose to be a tour guide because he loves to share stories and history with curious people.
Pavla is a Prague girl with all her heart. This enthusiastic student of biology loves her city so much that she will make you to fall in love with Prague too. She is also an avid traveler, so she is always excited about meeting new people from around the world. Young, open-minded, and fun-loving - come and join her tour in this amazing city, and get some insider tips too!
Sára is a student from Prague who studies screenwriting and translation. She is an aspiring writer, loves feminist literature, art galleries, French films, travelling, and baking. She has been a tour guide for several years.
Scott is from mountainous Colorado. He has a great interest in immigration and food history, and would love to share beer recommendations with visitors. He studied theatre and history at university and loves to show you all around his adopted city of Prague.
Tereza is local, born in Pilsen but moved to Prague in 2014 where she has just finished her degree in Social and Cultural anthropology, that’s why she loves meeting new people and exploring their cultures and languages. She also enjoys travelling, and her next destination goal is Papua New Guinea. She knows a lot about Czech culture and Czech people, she's one of them afterall, and she is also a musician in love with alternative music. If you'd like some tips about concerts or cool local places in Prague, she's the perfect guide for you. She is happy to share with you all the beauties that she discovered in Prague, from beautiful parks or monuments, to small local coffee shops.