Prague is like an Open Air Museum

Prague brims with monuments and sights. Put on your walking shoes and explore the labyrinth of cobbled alleys in the Old Town. Josefov, the former Jewish neighbourhood, features six synagogues and the most renowned shopping street in the city. Visit Prague Castle, a village in itself, containing museums, palaces, churches and gardens. Sip beer in the Beer garden on Letna Hill and take in the sweeping views of the Vltava River and the City of Hundreds Spires.

The vibrant atmosphere of The Old Town, sparkling Art Nouveau architecture, monotone housing estates in the suburbs, the former Jewish ghetto, Prague is like an open-air museum full of attractions, monuments and highlights.

Whether you are going to picnic in one of the parks, climb the miniature Eiffel tower or cross the city by tram, Prague-Now will take you to famous attractions and places such as Charles Bridge, the Astronomical Clock, but also to a Trabant car on feet and King Wenceslas sitting on an upside down horse dangling from the ceiling.

See and Do

Museums

Parks and Gardens

Tips

Neighbourhoods

Entertainment and Nightlife

Wine Bar, Beer Hall and Weed

U Sudu in Prague has the best of both worlds: a neat wine bar upstairs and a maze of vaulted rooms downstairs with DJ's, beer and the unmistakable smell of weed. U Sudu is close to Wenceslas Square which is a big bonus because this wine bar cum beer garden is open...

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Prague Castle

Prague Castle crowns the hill on the western side of the Vltava, the river which divides Prague into two. Wander through the castle courtyards, visit the museums, palaces and St Vitus Cathedral; all are inside the castle complex. Be sure to include a romantic walk in...

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Mecca Dance Club

Mecca is the hottest dance club in Prague. For the best hip-hop, techno and house, this is the place to be! Beautiful venue, perfect sound, stunning light show, sexy dancers, great vibe and amazing parties, so what are you waiting for? Wear your hippest outfit and...

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Museum of Communism

The Museum of Communism in Prague offers visitors a glimpse of life in Communist days when fear and suppression were the order of the day from the coup in 1948 until the fall of the regime in November 1989. Climb the sweeping staircase of Palace Savarin at Na Prikope...

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24 Hours in Prague

History, culture and pivo (beer) are only three aspects of a visit to Prague and easily achieved in 24-hours. Look always high up because Prague sparkles with Gothic, Baroque and Art Nouveau architecture. Stand on Manesuv Bridge for the best view of Charles Bridge....

read more

Jewish Museum

The Jewish Museum in the Josefov district in Prague houses in several buildings. Spend a day wandering through the former ghetto and visit six synagogues, one Town Hall and one cemetery. The best exhibits were collected during the Second World War when the Nazis...

read more

5 Tips for a City Trip to Prague

Five Tips for your city trip to Prague! You have walked across Charles Bridge, you have seen the Astronomical Clock and you have wandered through all the nooks and corners in the Old City. What now? Your must-see and must-do tips in Prague: taste beer, ride a bike,...

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Loreta

Loreta (or Loreto) is an imposing Baroque monastery and a place of pilgrimage in Prague. This cream-colored building with a green spire is a religious place of pilgrimage and was built during the seventeenth century. Loreta's main treasures are the Santa Casa, the...

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Discover Prague on a Bike Tour

Cycling in Prague is an excellent way to see the city in two hours. Pedal along with your English-speaking guide who can write anything he doesn't know about Prague on the back of a postage stamp. The Baja Bikes Tour leads past famous but also lesser known attractions...

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Prague Card

Free entrance to many Prague museums with your Prague Card! This 2, 3 or 4-day tourist card allows you free admission or discounts at museums and other attractions. No hassle with buying separate ticket for attractions because the Prague Pass allows and free admission...

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How to Avoid the Crowds in Prague

Prague is one of the most beautiful capital cities of Europe. That's why Prague is a popular destination for city trips especially from May to September. During the high season you will have to queue up for popular attractions like Prague Castle, Strahov Library and...

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Attractions and Sights in Mala Strana

Sandwiched between the Vltava River and the Castle District, Mala Strana, Lesser Town, is the oldest neighbourhood in Prague. Cobbled streets, grand palaces and hidden gardens make this district worth exploring. The number one attraction is the Baroque Saint Nicolas...

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Attractions and Sights in the Castle District

Hradcany, the Castle District, towers high above the Vltava River. Although this neighbourhood is the smallest district of Prague, it is the most visited part of the city because it is home to Prague's number one attraction: Prague Castle and Saint Vitus Cathedral....

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Attractions and Sights in the Old Town

Staré Mesto, the Old Town, is a labyrinth of cobbled lanes, arcaded courtyards, gabled houses, cheerfully painted shop fronts, churches, restaurants, beer gardens and cafes. Most streets and alleyways lead to Old Town Square which buzzes day and night. This part of...

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Attractions and Sights in Nove Mesto

Nové Mesto, New Town, east of the Vltava River, is the commercial, shopping and party district of Prague. Nove Mesto brims with international hotels, theaters, chain stores, night clubs, cafés, restaurants and fast food outlets. The main shopping streets are Na...

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Stromovka Park

Stromovka is the largest park in Prague and the ideal spot to while away a sunny afternoon. Be Czech with the Czechs and come here on a Sunday to stroll or cycle along leafy paths. No need to bring any food because charming beer gardens in the park are the best place...

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Petrin Hill and Look-out Tower

Petrin Hill rises high above the city of Prague and offers a beautiful vista of the Vltava river and the city beyond with its 'Hundred Spires'. This 318 metre-high hill is one of Prague's largest green spaces and intersected by tree-shaded walks. Petřín Hill is...

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Letna Park

When in Prague be sure to stroll through Letna Park and afterwards sit in the shade of ancient chestnut trees with refreshing beer, take in the view of the Vltava River and its bridges. Letna hill is located between the districts of Holesovice and Hradcany and lies in...

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Royal Gardens and Belvedere

The Royal Garden in Prague, Královská Zahrada, is a kaleidoscope of colours in spring and summer: yellow tulips, mauve hyacinths, ivory white roses and cobalt blue asters. Historic buildings surround the Royal Garden; Belvedere, Ball Game Hall and Dientzenhofer Summer...

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Charles Bridge

Charles Bridge is the best loved bridge in Prague and always full of people milling about. While most tourists saunter up and down at least once during their visit to Prague, locals hardly ever walk across, preferring a tram or metro when they have to get to the side...

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Saint Vitus Cathedral

The tall spires of St Vitus Cathedral determine the Prague cityscape. This impressive church stands high on a hill overlooking the Vltava River. St Vitus is a place of pilgrimage, a museum and a treasury. The cathedral is also the largest and most important church in...

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Prague Charles IV Exhibition: the Medieval Town

Prague Charles IV is a permanent exhibition in Muzeum Prahy, the City of Prague Museum. The full title of the exhibition is: Prague during the Reign of Charles IV: a Medieval City. When Charles arrived in the Czech lands in 1333, he found the city of Prague and both...

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Dancing and Cocktails in Prague

Bars in Prague are the best places for dancing and drinking cocktails, wine and beer The Czechs call their beer 'liquid bread', tekuty chleb. There is no doubt about it Pilsner Urquell from the city of Plzen is the best beer in the world! But did you know that Czech...

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Take the Metro to the Suburbs for the Real Prague

Go to Luziny suburb and see the real Prague. Hop on Metro Line B and get off at Luziny station, a residential area full of ten-storey blocks of flats. Prague has 1.3 million inhabitants and this type of suburb is where most residents live. The blocks of flats looked...

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Zizkov Jewish Cemetery

Zizkov Jewish Cemetery is not as famous as the Old Jewish Cemetery in the Josefov district or the New Jewish Cemetery in the Vinohrady district. From 1787 to 1890 the Zizkov cemetery was the most important burial place in Prague. 40.000 people were buried in the...

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Mala Strana Cemetery

Sandwiched between two busy roads, Plzenska and Vrchlickeho, Mala Strana Cemetery is an oasis of peace and serenity. When taking a closer look, this churchyard resembles more a public park than a cemetery. This cemetery, outside the centre of Prague, is not just a...

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Vltavska Metro Station and Street Art

Vltavska metro station is one of the many stops on the red line C and also a busy tram junction. It is neglected, it is ugly. It is a place no one wants to be unless they need transport. Yet, Vltavska is unique because it has the best street art in Prague. It is true...

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Havlickovy Park and Vineyard

Havlickovy Park includes a vineyard and is the second largest park in Prague. It features a waterfall, an artificial grotto and a fountain with a statue of Neptune.The park is located in the Vinohrady district and close to Riegrovy sady, another pleasantly green park...

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Malvazinky Neighbourhood, Off the Beaten Tourist Track

Have you started liking the tiny, brightly coloured cottages in Golden Lane but do you find this part of Prague a bit too crowded and touristy and have you taken a fancy to unusual architecture? If so, head straight for the Malvazinky neighbourhood in the Smichov...

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Railway Kingdom Model Trains in Prague

Are model trains your passion? Then you should definitely spend an afternoon in Kralovstvi-Zeleznic, Railway Kingdom in Prague. If you are not a model train fan, a visit to Railway Kingdom will definitely change your mind! The rail network is huge and so is the number...

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How Much to Tip – Tipping Etiquette for Prague

How much to tip depends on how satisfied you are with the service. A rule of thumb: if you decide to tip, the amount is usually 10 % of the bill. Tipping is a fairly recent phenomenon in Prague. In Communist days, everybody was equal. Work was done for the community,...

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Franciscan Garden Peaceful Park in the Centre of Prague

Franciscan garden is an oasis of peace right in the centre of Prague close to Wenceslas Square. The garden dates back to the fourteenth century and is furnished with fountains, sculptures, a large number of benches and a children's playground. Fruit trees and herb...

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Sea World, Shark Watching in Prague

Did you know that you can see the sand tiger shark in Prague? This shark is famous as it often plays a leading part in movies. Make sure you're in Sea World, Morsky Svet, on Tuesday afternoon at 3 pm, because it's feeding time! Although Sea World in Prague is...

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Lapidarium Museum for Toppled Statues

Lapidarium: a collection of stone statues. That sounds pretty boring! Nevertheless, it is worthwhile to take a look at the Lapidarium museum in Prague. The museum is housed in a pavilion on Vystaviste which was built for the World Exhibition of 1891. Stone and bronze...

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Vintage Car Tour of Prague

Are you crazy about classic vintage cars and would you like to tour Prague in a vintage car from the 1920s or 1930s? Unfortunately, driving yourself is out of the question. On the other hand being driving by a chauffeur is so chic! Lean back and watch the splendours...

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Mozart and Prague

Mozart and Prague are intrinsically linked. This famous composer lived for some time in Prague. He composed and directed several of his works here. Prague has no Mozart Museum, yet you can follow the musician's footsteps. Join the walking tour to visit places in...

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Attractions and Sights in Vinohrady

Attractions and Sights in Vinohrady are plentiful from Art Nouveau to modernist architecture and from shady parks to overgrown cemeteries.The Vinohrady district is located east of Nove Mesto. It is a chic neighborhood with a fin de siècle atmosphere. There is not much...

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Security Checks at Prague Castle

Security checks at Prague Castle means waiting in line twice for the number one in the top ten Prague tourist attractions. Every year thousands of tourists flock to the castle perched on a hill above the Vltava River. Before entering the Castle grounds or the historic...

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Toy Museum Prague

Toy Museum at the Prague Castle is the second largest exhibition of toys in the world. A visit to the Prague Toy Museum takes adults back to their childhood. It is not particularly suited for very young children as the museum is not interactive. Older children will...

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Hop-on Hop-off Bus Prague

Hop on or hop off as often as you like and enjoy the sights of Prague in a relaxed and hassle-free way! This is one of the best ways to see the iconic sights of Prague without walking one single step! Highlights include: Old Town Square and the Astronomical clock and...

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Prague City Pass

The Prague City Pass is your ticket to a hassle free city trip to Prague. This city pass allows you free admission to a number of top sights in Prague and discounts for many attractions and museums. The Prague City Card is user-friendly and will save you a lot of...

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Prague Card

Free entrance to many Prague museums with your Prague Card! This 2, 3 or 4-day tourist card allows you free admission or discounts at museums and other attractions. No hassle with buying separate ticket for attractions because the Prague Pass allows and free admission...

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Riegrovy Park

Rieger Park, Riegrovy sady in Czech, is an extremey popular park in the Vinohrady district in Prague for two reasons: The park offers the best views of Prague and what is even more important the Riegrovy Beer Garden is the second largest beer garden in the city. You...

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Cafe Fantova – Coffee Day and Art Nouveau

Kavarna Fantova – Coffee Day is a special café for special for two reasons: it is the art nouveau gem of Prague Central Station and it serves fragrant, strong and tasty coffee from India. Art Nouveau enthusiasts cannot leave Prague without having seen the train...

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Zizkov Television Tower

Zizkov television tower soars 216 metres into the air and is the tallest building in Prague. From 2001 to 2017 ten giant babies were crawling up on the outside of the tower. These babies are the work of the Czech artist, David Cerny, famous for his controversial works...

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Mirror Maze in the Centre of Prague

A sense of infinity and twisted reality is what a visit to the mirror maze in Prague will give to you. This is the second mirror maze in the capital. The first one, atop Petrin Hill, is much smaller but as much fun as this newer attraction in the centre of Prague. The...

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Royal Gardens and Belvedere

The Royal Garden in Prague, Královská Zahrada, is a kaleidoscope of colours in spring and summer: yellow tulips, mauve hyacinths, ivory white roses and cobalt blue asters. Historic buildings surround the Royal Garden; Belvedere, Ball Game Hall and Dientzenhofer Summer...

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Dinosaurs in Prague

Stand eye in eye with a life-size Dinosaurs in DinoPark Harfa in Prague- a unique and amusing experience also for adults. These giant prehistoric animals may be a bit scary for very young children that's why the Dino Park includes a playground for the little kids. The...

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Cubist Lamppost

Tucked away behind Wenceslas Square stands the only cubist lamppost in the world and is well worth seeing. The lamppost is geometrically shaped and consists of rectangular notches. A seat forms the basis of the lamppost: an excellent place to rest a while after...

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Old-New Synagogue

The Old-New Synagogue in Prague has been a house of prayers for over 700 years. It is one of the six synagogues to be found in the Josefov district, Prague's former ghetto. This is the oldest still active Synagogue in Prague and in Europe. The Old-New Synagogue is...

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Attractions and Sights in Mala Strana

Sandwiched between the Vltava River and the Castle District, Mala Strana, Lesser Town, is the oldest neighbourhood in Prague. Cobbled streets, grand palaces and hidden gardens make this district worth exploring. The number one attraction is the Baroque Saint Nicolas...

read more

Wine Bar, Beer Hall and Weed

U Sudu in Prague has the best of both worlds: a neat wine bar upstairs and a maze of vaulted rooms downstairs with DJ's, beer and the unmistakable smell of weed. U Sudu is close to Wenceslas Square which is a big bonus because this wine bar cum beer garden is open...

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Concert Hall Rudolfinum

Close to Old Town Square in Prague, the Rudolfinum Concert Hall shines in all its glory. This majestic building is home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Attending a concert directed by Jiří Bělohlávek is the perfect excuse to admire the elegant Dvořák Hall and...

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Dox Centre for Contemporary Art

DOX is the place to be for all lovers of modern art. DOX has no permanent collection but showcases contemporary art of young Czech and international artists. DOX is housed in a former factory building in the Holesovice district in Prague. DOX is the centre for events,...

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Attractions and Sights in the Castle District

Hradcany, the Castle District, towers high above the Vltava River. Although this neighbourhood is the smallest district of Prague, it is the most visited part of the city because it is home to Prague's number one attraction: Prague Castle and Saint Vitus Cathedral....

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Mecca Dance Club

Mecca is the hottest dance club in Prague. For the best hip-hop, techno and house, this is the place to be! Beautiful venue, perfect sound, stunning light show, sexy dancers, great vibe and amazing parties, so what are you waiting for? Wear your hippest outfit and...

read more

Municipal House and Art Nouveau

Obecni Dum, Municipal House, is the most exuberant and sensual building in Prague. This flamboyant Art Nouveau building with its famous stained glass windows is festooned with decorative filigree and floral motifs. The inside walls and floors are covered with fabulous...

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Golden Lane and Kafka

Golden Lane is a popular attraction and is part of the Prague Castle Circuit Tours. This narrow alley stretches along the castle fortifications from the White Tower to Dalibor Tower. The tiny houses crouching under the walkway on the wall are today being used as...

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Attractions and Sights in the Old Town

Staré Mesto, the Old Town, is a labyrinth of cobbled lanes, arcaded courtyards, gabled houses, cheerfully painted shop fronts, churches, restaurants, beer gardens and cafes. Most streets and alleyways lead to Old Town Square which buzzes day and night. This part of...

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Hemingway Bar

The Hemingway Bar in Prague is always crowded and you may count yourself lucky if you find a spot to sit. The good thing is that this bar seems to have more Czechs than tourists. The Hemingway Bar is one of the best places in Prague to sip fine rum or a cocktail....

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Museum of Communism

The Museum of Communism in Prague offers visitors a glimpse of life in Communist days when fear and suppression were the order of the day from the coup in 1948 until the fall of the regime in November 1989. Climb the sweeping staircase of Palace Savarin at Na Prikope...

read more

Attractions and Sights in Nove Mesto

Nové Mesto, New Town, east of the Vltava River, is the commercial, shopping and party district of Prague. Nove Mesto brims with international hotels, theaters, chain stores, night clubs, cafés, restaurants and fast food outlets. The main shopping streets are Na...

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Chapeau Rouge

Chapeau Rouge, close to Old Town Square in Prague, is a bar and club with a variety of rooms at different levels where you can listen to gigs, get to the dance floor and enjoy a beer or two (or more). This venue has three floors, four bars and three stages and is...

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Jewish Museum

The Jewish Museum in the Josefov district in Prague houses in several buildings. Spend a day wandering through the former ghetto and visit six synagogues, one Town Hall and one cemetery. The best exhibits were collected during the Second World War when the Nazis...

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Attractions and Sights in Jewish Prague

Elegant Josefov, the Jewish quarter of Prague is sandwiched between the Vltava River and Stare Mesto, the Old Town neighbourhood. Josefov was once a thriving Jewish ghetto with six synagogues, a town hall, a ceremonial hall and the Old Jewish cemetery, a jumble of...

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Best Art Nouveau in Prague

Are Nouveau is everywhere in Prague. Simply look up at the façades of the houses lining the streets and avenues. Many of them sparkle with Art Nouveau details; graceful female figures, flowing forms and flowery details. Art Nouveau is the French term for this...

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Agricultural Museum

Agriculture Museum - doesn't that sound boring! Appearances are deceptive because this museum in Prague is fully interactive. The museum also had lots of DIY stuff for kids. The permanent collection of the Museum of Agriculture comprises a hall with everything you...

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Prague on Foot

Prague on foot is the best way to get around the compact city centre because most sights are within easy walking distance of each other. If your hotel is in the Old Town, the New Town or Mala Strana, you may not need public transport at all. Prague is a safe city to...

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Charles Bridge

Charles Bridge is the best loved bridge in Prague and always full of people milling about. While most tourists saunter up and down at least once during their visit to Prague, locals hardly ever walk across, preferring a tram or metro when they have to get to the side...

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Alchemy Museum: Speculum Alchemiae

The Alchemy Museum, Speculum Alchemiae, is a small but very interesting museum exploring the history of alchemy in Prague. The visitor takes a guided tour through underground vaults and visits areas where alchemists practiced their art. The vaults and the alchemy...

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Prague Castle for Photographers

Prague Castle towers above the Vltava River. This is one of the most memorable views of the city and almost every visitor to Prague takes photos of the Castle and St Vitus Cathedral. Charles Bridge offers the best view of the Castle and the Cathedral, but for the best...

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Saint Vitus Cathedral

The tall spires of St Vitus Cathedral determine the Prague cityscape. This impressive church stands high on a hill overlooking the Vltava River. St Vitus is a place of pilgrimage, a museum and a treasury. The cathedral is also the largest and most important church in...

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Czech Museum of Music

The Music Museum of Prague is housed in a former church and has a large collection of musical instruments including the piano on which Mozart played. A museum dedicated to musical instruments may not be the first thing you visit in Prague, yet have a look if only to...

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5 Tips for a City Trip to Prague

Five Tips for your city trip to Prague! You have walked across Charles Bridge, you have seen the Astronomical Clock and you have wandered through all the nooks and corners in the Old City. What now? Your must-see and must-do tips in Prague: taste beer, ride a bike,...

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Prague Castle

Prague Castle crowns the hill on the western side of the Vltava, the river which divides Prague into two. Wander through the castle courtyards, visit the museums, palaces and St Vitus Cathedral; all are inside the castle complex. Be sure to include a romantic walk in...

read more

Loreta

Loreta (or Loreto) is an imposing Baroque monastery and a place of pilgrimage in Prague. This cream-colored building with a green spire is a religious place of pilgrimage and was built during the seventeenth century. Loreta's main treasures are the Santa Casa, the...

read more

Discover Prague on a Bike Tour

Cycling in Prague is an excellent way to see the city in two hours. Pedal along with your English-speaking guide who can write anything he doesn't know about Prague on the back of a postage stamp. The Baja Bikes Tour leads past famous but also lesser known attractions...

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Miniature Museum

The Miniature Museum in Prague is unique. Admire a pair of scissors not larger than 0.9 mm, a miniature Eiffel Tower carved in a cherry pit and many more tiny masterpieces that can only be seen through magnifying glasses. The museum consists of one room only but full...

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How to Avoid the Crowds in Prague

Prague is one of the most beautiful capital cities of Europe. That's why Prague is a popular destination for city trips especially from May to September. During the high season you will have to queue up for popular attractions like Prague Castle, Strahov Library and...

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Dancing House

Do houses dance? The Dancing House in Prague does; two intertwined towers vaguely reminiscent of two ballroom dancers. He is the stiff vertical half and she is the swinging glass partner. The pinch in the middle not only indicates her slim waist, it also permits the...

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Stromovka Park

Stromovka is the largest park in Prague and the ideal spot to while away a sunny afternoon. Be Czech with the Czechs and come here on a Sunday to stroll or cycle along leafy paths. No need to bring any food because charming beer gardens in the park are the best place...

read more

24 Hours in Prague

History, culture and pivo (beer) are only three aspects of a visit to Prague and easily achieved in 24-hours. Look always high up because Prague sparkles with Gothic, Baroque and Art Nouveau architecture. Stand on Manesuv Bridge for the best view of Charles Bridge....

read more

Petrin Look-out Tower

Petrin look-out tower is an observation tower that dominates the summit of Petrin Hill. The viewing platform of the look-out tower offers a spectacular view of the city especially in the evening when a multitude of lights illuminate the city. Below, you will see...

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Castle Gardens on the Rampart

The Gardens on the ramparts lie on the southern slope of Prague Castle. The seven different terraced-gardens are wonderfully quiet places and made for a pleasant stroll. The name of each garden is the same as the palace to which the garden belongs: Ledebury, Palffy,...

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Celebrate Valentine Day in Prague

Prague is one of Europe's most romantic destinations. The Czech capital is a delightful city to spend a few days together with your Valentine. Prague has magical quality. Walk hand in hand along the Vltava River, or even better take a romantic boat trip. Drink to your...

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Knights of the Cross Square

Křižovnické náměstí, Knights of the Cross Square, is a nondescript but interesting square right in the centre of Prague. Even though most visitors to Prague have seen this tiny square and have often walked across it, they never noticed it. But when you ask them: 'Have...

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Petrin Hill and Look-out Tower

Petrin Hill rises high above the city of Prague and offers a beautiful vista of the Vltava river and the city beyond with its 'Hundred Spires'. This 318 metre-high hill is one of Prague's largest green spaces and intersected by tree-shaded walks. Petřín Hill is...

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U Krale Brabantskeho

U Krale Brabantskeho is one of the oldest medieval taverns in Prague. If your passion is beer and medieval show, you will certainly feel at home in this restaurant. Dining in U Krale Brabantskeho, the King of Brabant, is not only a gastronomic experience but also...

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Tyn Church

The striking steeples and towers of the Church of Our Lady before Tyn dominates Old Town Square in the centre of Prague. Tyn Church is a landmark in the middle of the city and intrinsically connected with Jan Hus and the Hussite Movement. Step inside the church and...

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Letna Park

When in Prague be sure to stroll through Letna Park and afterwards sit in the shade of ancient chestnut trees with refreshing beer, take in the view of the Vltava River and its bridges. Letna hill is located between the districts of Holesovice and Hradcany and lies in...

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Prague Card: Free Travel on Tram and Metro

Travel free on the Prague metro and trams with your Prague Card. This card also allows you free admission to many famous museums like the Jewish Museum and Prague Castle. Besides, you get up to 50% discount on many Prague attractions, boat trips and in restaurants....

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John Lennon Wall

The John Lennon wall in Prague is a long wall covered in graffiti. The wall is property of the Knights of the Maltese Cross. Scrawls and paintings on this wall are completely legal: anyone is allowed to pay here tribute to John Lennon, but this was not always the...

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