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Cold War And Nuclear Bunker Tour

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Prague's communist days were shadowed by paranoia, spying, and violence. Explore this chapter of Prague's history for a glimpse at life in the communist and Cold War period.

Cold War and Nuclear Bunker Tour

Part of the daily fears for communist period citizens was the onslaught of nuclear war. People knew not everyone would survive a nuclear attack only some would. But who? This tour shows you the answer beneath the ground.

After the Cold War began near the end of the 1940s, the communist regime fell into a permanent paranoia of a nuclear attack from the capitalist west enemies. Precautions were taken in preparation of a possible nuclear war.

Learn the history of communism by hearing Cold War stories and famous spies and lies. Visit the biggest statue of Stalin ever built for memorable photographs. Other notable highlights include the former communist secret police STB headquarters and victim memorials.

Book this Prague shore excursion today for a unique look at the city's communist/Cold War era and its everyday implications on regular citizens.

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from $29.00 (USD)
Per Person
Tour Type
Group Size
Activity Type(s)
Cultural, Walking
Tour Duration
2.5 Hours
Activity Level
Tour Leaves From
Mal Nmest 11
Food/Beverage Provided
Special Instructions
We recommend wearing comfortable seasonal clothing, closed toe walking shoes, rain protection if necessary and bringing a camera for photos.
Must be able to walk for approximately two hours, step in and out of public transport, and be able to descend/ascend 84 steps into a nuclear bunker.