Guides and Translation
Our professional team of University lectors and teachers, holding certified guiding licences, will guide you through the city of Prague and other locations in Central Europe. We arrange programmes and tours in English, German, French, Russian, Spanish, Italian, and other languages.
- Discounts are available for groups of more then five guests.
- We pick you up at your hotel or at any other agreed place that suits you.
- Decided to arrange a tour at the last minute, do not hesitate to contact us, we are open 24 hours a day. Tailor-made programs can be prepared within 24 hours.
- Our offers include guided tours for people with disabilities or elderly visitors with limited mobility, duration of the tour can be modified upon request.
- The tours are private, you do not need to worry see other people joining your tour.
- We prefer to offer custom-built educational and cultural programmes that will guarantee you to visit places that remain unknown to other visitors.
- During the programme we can arrange a coffee break, lunch or dinner as per your wishes.
The guarantor of our programmes
PhDr. Jaromír Adamec
Art historian and pedagogue
Sept. 1990 – June 2002: assistant professor at the Faculty of Education of the Charles University at Praque (see here), Department of Art Education; since 2002 retired.
April – August 1990: advisor to the president of the Czechoslovak Foreign Institute.
Oct. 1987 – April 1990: editor of the magazine „Ateliér“ published by the Union of Czech Artists.
Sept. 1976 – Oct. 1987: free-lance journalist and lecturer for various schools, clubs and foreign institutions (1976-82 advisor to the Swiss publishing house A. Boss & Co, Bern, lecturer of the Swiss Teachers‘ Union and the W-German Volkshochschule etc.).
Oct. 1965 – Aug. 1976: assistant professor at the Pedagogical Faculty of the Charles University; after 1968 (Soviet invasion) no further promotion, in 1976 forced resignation.
Besides Czech and Slovak also English, Russian, German and Italian, some French, Polish, Bulgarian and New Greek.
Ca 450 articles (for such Czech newspapers, magazines and technical journals as Ateliér, Výtvarná kultura, Estetická výchova, Panorama, Dějiny a současnost, Playboy, Lidé a země, Země světa), guide-books Salzburg and Salzkammergut, Greece (mainland), North Italy (history and culture; in Czech), a manual of History of Art for elementary schools (two parts, with P. Šamšula), one book on the history and art of Florence and two books on Vienna and Venice (manuscript), co-operation with Encyclopaedia Diderot and so called Otto`s Encyclopaedia, translations (6 books from English, one from German, 2 opera librettos from Italian), reviews of books, catalogues of exhibitions etc.