Prague

An Insider’s Tour of Golden Prague with Heller Gallery

Heller Gallery
303 Tenth Ave.
New York, New York

Katya Heller of Heller Gallery is offering an extraordinary fall tour of the Golden City of Prague, Czech Republic, one of world's most intriguing and culturally rich capitals. Ancient, mysterious and beautiful, Prague, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an unsurpassed destination. Katya Heller was born and grew up in Prague and says "over the years I have taken great pride in sharing my knowledge of this unique and wonderful place."

Heller explains: "Our trip is organized under the auspices of the James Renwick Alliance and requires that participants be, or become, members of the JRA Craft Leaders Caucus. The tour has been designed to give you travel opportunities that the average visitor does not access. It will offer a maximum of 22 travelers an unusually rewarding experience, convivial company and the finest of Prague’s food. Our exciting itinerary includes meetings with prominent artists, architects and curators. We will view their work and engage in discussions regarding the historical, esthetic and intellectual roots they draw on.

Doug and I have been leading these trips for many years and the list of happy travelers grows along with our experiences. If you would like to speak with someone who has taken one of our tours to get a first-hand account, please let us know -- we will gladly put you in touch.

We are scheduled for September 7 - 14 and the trip is already half sold out - if you are interested in learning more, please contact us at your earliest convenience."

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