Prague. A city of old world charm, pieced together by romantic cobblestone streets lined by multicolored buildings with iconic red rooftops. The skyline dotted with spires is dominated by Prague Castle and it's gothic St. Vitus Cathedral overlooking the Vltava River. The city is centered around the famous astronomical clock, a reminder for all who pass to slow down and enjoy a city full of cafes, pubs and history.

Prague Top 10 Attractions

  • Old Town Square

    The main square of Prague's oldtown is witness to many historical events dating back over 1000 years. Highlights of the square include the Astronomical Clock, Týn Cathedral (also know as Church of Our Lady) and is surrounded by multicolored buildings.

  • Prague Castle

    A prominent piece of Prague's skyline and the largest castle complex in the world. The castle grounds include a number of palaces and church buildings dating back to the year 880.

  • Charles Bridge

    A stone bridge constructed in 1357 that crosses the Vltava river. It is now a tourist attraction full of street performers and vendors offering souvenirs and art.

  • St. Vitus Cathedral

    St. Vitus Cathedral is a gothic masterpiece that sits within the walls of Prague Castle.

  • Lobkowicz Palace

    A 16th century palace within the Prague Castle Complex. It houses a museum, daily concerts, a café and offers a 180 degree panoramic view of the city.

  • Prague Zoo

    The Prague Zoo is home to nearly 5000 animals. Highlights include Elephant Valley, Indonesian Jungle, Gorilla Pavilion, Kangaroos, Komodo Dragons, a number of large cats and more.

  • Mala Strana

    Mala Strana, or Lesser Town, are the neighborhoods below Prague Castle along the Vltava river. The cobblestone streets are lined with multicolored buildings which house restaurants, pubs, hotels and shops.

  • Municipal House

    Municipal House is an Art Nouveau style building built in 1912 on the prior site of the Royal Court. It now houses Prague's largest concert hall, art exhibits, cafes, restaurants and an art shop.

  • The Jewish Quarter

    Josefov, or the Jewish Quarter, dates back to the 13th century when Jewish residents were forced to relocate into one area of Prague. Several synagogues have now combined into what is called the Jewish Museum, as well as the Old Jewish Cemetary.

  • Wenceslas Square

    Stepping out of oldtown, Wenceslas Square is the center of modern Prague. The square is tucked between two main streets lined with bars, restaurants, businesses and highlighted by the National Museum.

Prague Highlights

Prague is undisputedly one of the best beer cities in the world. Among many, a couple of favorites include Pilsner Urquell and Budweiser (not the Budweiser Americans know, this beer is actually called Budvar in the US due to the conflicting names). The local craft scene is also growing adding more to local watering holes.

With a city full of great beer and food it should be no surprise that locals and tourists alike spend a lot of time in pubs. The pub ambiance is highlighted by the character of charming venues set in the ancient buildings of the city.

Prague is a city full of classical music whether in the form of concert, orchestra of festivals. Antonín Dvořák is Prague's best known composer but music by Mozart and other world famous musician is celebrated widely.

Czech Food
Sharing regional dishes of Schnitzel, Goulash and Wiener Sausages, Prague and the Czech Republic have many signature dishes of their own. Beef Steak Tartare, Kulajda, Svickova, Kolache, Buchty, Kremrole, Vetrnik, fruit dumplings are just a few of the hearty favorites that you can find throughout the city.

Absinthe lines shelves of tourist shop windows with its green glow. The old myth and misconception is that it includes a hallucinogen called wormwood which has never been confirmed to be real.

Prague Top Annual Events

Czech Beer Festival
More than 40 breweries come together for the largest beer festival in the Czech Republic; the events take place for 17 days every May.

Prague Spring
Each Spring the city celebrates music with a multiday event including 40+ concerts ranging from full orchestral to chamber music.

Bohemia Jazz Fest
Bohemia Jazz Fest is one of the biggest summer jazz music festivals in Europe touring through a number of cities. In Prague the event fills Old Town square as the city celebrates Jazz.

Signal Light Festival
Prague's iconic buildings are transformed into fantastic light shows for four days every October.

Christmas Market
The Christmas Market at Old Town Square is a truly magical experience. In addition to the vendor stalls throughout the square, a giant Christmas tree is glowing in the center and you may even find school choirs singing Christmas Carols thorughout the season. Other great markets can be found at Wenceslas Square, Republic Square and Prague Castle. The markets are open each year from December 2nd to January 6th.

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Regional Attractions Near Prague

  • Konopiště Chateau (40 min.)

  • Karlštejn Castle (40 min.)

  • Křivoklát Castle (50 min.)

  • Karlovy Vary (1hr 45 min.)

  • Hluboká Castle (1hr 45 min.)

  • Český Krumlov (2hr 15 min.)

  • Kroměříž Palace (2hr 50 min.)

  • Berlin (3hr 45 min.)

  • Vienna (4hr)

  • Munich (4hr)

  • Salzburg (4hr 30 min.)

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