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Unlock the magic of Prague

Home of the best beers in the world, this magical city is a jewel in Europe’s crown. Take a tour through Prague's intriguing medieval centre of cobbled lanes and courtyards, admire the New Town’s elegant Art Nouveau, and witness a millennium of fascinating history.

Attractions in Prague

Old-New Synagogue
Built in 1270, Europe’s oldest active synagogue holds years of fascinating Jewish history.
Parizska Street
Expensive and exclusive, Parizska is the ultimate luxurious shopping destination.
Prague Castle
The world’s largest ancient castle, this imposing Gothic fortress overlooks the river Vltava and the rest of the city.
Old Town Square
This medieval town square is the busiest and most beautiful in Prague.
Church of our Lady before Týn
An iconic feature of the city skyline, this church’s Gothic towers are an incredible spectacle.
Church of St. Nicholas
The very best of Prague Baroque, in the heart of the city's Lesser Town.
Municipal House Hall
A masterpiece of Art Nouveau, Municipal House is full of elegant rooms and is home to the popular concert venue Smetana Hall.
Terezin Memorial
A commemoration of the victims of persecution during the Nazi occupation of World War II.
Charles Bridge
This bridge connects the Lesser Town with the Old Town, and is the picturesque essence of Gothic Prague.
Clementinum
An ancient place of learning, Baroque Clementinum is today the Czech national library.
John Lennon Wall
Covered with Lennon-inspired graffiti, this wall has stood as a symbol of love, peace and hope even through the Communist regime.
Petrin Tower
Inspired by the design of the Eiffel Tower, the hilltop Petrin Tower offers a magnificent view over Prague.
Wenceslas Square
More boulevard than square, a vibrant and historic area of shops, restaurants, art and architecture.
Astronomical Clock
Mesmerising and beautiful, the Astronomical Clock has a unique way of announcing every hour.
Lesser Quarter
On the left bank of the River Vltava, Prague's Malá Strana is one of its most historic and beautiful areas, dominated by Baroque buildings.
Nerudova Street
Leading from the Lesser Town Square to Prague Castle, this street boasts many a lovely façade.
Mánes Bridge
The Vltava's ninth bridge connects the Rudolfinum with the Lesser Quarter, and embodies the spirit of Czech Modernism.
St Vitus Cathedral
A stunning masterpiece of Gothic architecture designed by the Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV.
Republic Square
Perfectly situated where Old Town meets New Town, this square is ideal for shopping and sightseeing.
The Dancing House
This building's wayward design caused much controversy during its construction.
Jewish Quarter
Formerly the Jewish Ghetto, this historic enclave is surrounded by the Old Town.
Jewish Museum
One of Europe's oldest museums of Jewish culture and heritage, comprising six distinct sites.
Local Breweries
Czech is known as the birthplace of Pilsner, so be sure to load up on the local beer, called "pivo."
Chlebíčky
Chlebíčky is a type of open sandwich in Czech cuisine. It consists of a sliced bread that has butter spread on it, and a variety of toppings on top. They are often served as an appetizer dish or as a snack.
Velvet revolution memorial
This memorial is a small bronze plaque that commemorates the Velvet Revolution of 1989 that led to the downfall of Communism in what was then known as Czechoslovakia.
Kotva
Enjoy one of the best views of the city from the top of Kotva, a brutalist-style department store built during the Communist era.
The Franciscan Monastery
The Franciscan monastery is part of the Church of 'Our Lady of Snow' and is located in the area of Jungmannovo Square. Constructed in the 17th century, this building is characterized by moderation and simplicity of form.
Cruise on the River Vltava
Enjoy the panoramic views of the City of a Thousand Spires. Admire Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, Kampa Island and other highlights of Prague from the water on a popular Vltava River boat trip.
Beer Tasting
Enjoy the traditional Czech Beer tastings
Pivovar Ossegg
Pivovar Ossegg is a concept od mini-breweries with a restaurant, which continues the tradition of Osek beer
Prague's 2 District
Prague 2 is the smallest administrative district in the country.
Golden Lane
Golden Lane is a street situated in Prague Castle, Czech Republic.
Vladislav Hall
Vladislav Hall is a large room within the Prague Castle
Prague Old Royal Palace
Designed in the Gothic and Renaissance styles, this 12th century Palace is now part of the Prague Castle.
St. George's Basilica
Located inside Prague's Castle this 10th-century basilica was rebuilt in 1142, with a baroque facade & Bohemian art decorations.
Lobkowicz Palace
The only privately owned building inside the Prague Castle complex, housing the Lobkowicz Collections & Museum.
Hebrew clock
This was the civil center of the old Jewish ghetto of Prague
The Small Fortress
The Small Fortress is a fortress forming a significant part of the town of Terezín
Ghetto Museum
Ghetto Museum in Terezin Memorial Museum
Old Jewish Cemetery Prague
The Old Jewish Cemetery is a Jewish cemetery in Prague, Czech Republic, which is one of the largest of its kind in Europe
Spanish Synagogue Prague
The Spanish Synagogue is the newest synagogue in the area of the so-called Jewish Town
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