Pilsen – World War II, Liberation and the US Army

Immerse yourself in the history of the largest Czech city liberated by the US Army during World War II. Tour the places and memorial sites of the US liberation, including admission to the Patton Memorial, visit to the historic City Hall archways and a three-course lunch.

Program Start: Meet at 11:00 at U Salzmannů or pick up at hotel or parking lot (in case of more than 15 people, all can be agreed individually)

Price Includes: Expert guided tour of the Patton Memorial with commentary, guide service throughout the program, city tour with stops at memorials, three-course lunch at a renowned restaurant in the center with one drink, visit to the City Hall archways.

Price: 45 EUR per person (Price includes interpretation in a foreign language. 10% discount for children, students up to 26 years a seniors over 70 years)

Dates: Year-round

Difficulty: Medium (a long walk, some stairs)

Recommendations / Restrictions: Suitable for families with older children

Duration: Approximately 5.5 hours

Transport: On foot

Languages: Čeština, English, Deutsch, Français

Capacity: 4 to 45 persons (for 1 to 3 persons individual program is possible)

Reservations: Need to book min. 3 days in advance

Possibility of individual program:

  • Capacity 1 to 3 persons
  • Price 65 EUR per person
  • For particular parts of the program, individual program might join a larger group

Suggested Additional Services and Activities to Order:

  • Old Synagogue or Great Synagogue tour
  • Accomodation and transport for discounted price
Pilsen – World War II, Liberation and the US ArmyPilsen – World War II, Liberation and the US ArmyPilsen – World War II, Liberation and the US ArmyPilsen – World War II, Liberation and the US Army