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PRAGUE. The City of a Hundred Spires, is a mesmerizing blend of Gothic and Baroque architecture that transports you back in time. Wander its cobblestone streets to uncover a fairy tale world where castles, charming squares, and the Vltava River create an enchanting backdrop for your European adventure.


Prague is Known For

City of a Hundred Spires

Prague, often called the "City of a Hundred Spires," captivates with its skyline dominated by historic churches and Gothic architecture.

Old Town Square

Prague's Old Town Square, with its stunning medieval buildings and the iconic Astronomical Clock, is a bustling hub of history and culture at the heart of the city.


Prague's beer culture is deeply rooted in tradition, with centuries-old breweries and a thriving pub scene that invites locals and tourists to savor world-class Czech lagers.

Charles Bridge

Prague's Charles Bridge, adorned with statues and steeped in history, spans the Vltava River, connecting the city's picturesque Old Town with the enchanting Prague Castle district.

Top Attractions in Prague

Old Town Square

#1 - 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

#2 - 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

#3 - 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

#4 - St. Vitus Cathedral


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

#5 - 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

#6 - 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

#7 - 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

#8 - 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.

#9 - The Jewish Quarter (Josefov)


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

#10 - 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 Castle
Prague is famous for its majestic Prague Castle, one of the largest castle complexes globally. It's a symbol of Czech history and features stunning architecture, including the Gothic St. Vitus Cathedral.

Charles Bridge
The Charles Bridge is an iconic stone bridge adorned with statues of saints, spanning the Vltava River. It's known for its historical significance, beauty, and being a popular spot for buskers and street performers.

Astronomical Clock (Prague Orloj)
The Astronomical Clock in Prague's Old Town Square is a marvel of medieval engineering and artistry. It's famous for its hourly mechanical show and astronomical features.

Old Town Square
Prague's Old Town Square is renowned for its picturesque architecture, including the stunning Church of Our Lady before Týn and the Old Town Hall with its astronomical clock. It's a hub for tourists and events.

Czech Beer Culture
Prague is part of the Czech Republic's rich beer culture. Czech pilsner is famous worldwide, and the city's pubs and breweries are known for serving quality beer.

Prague's Jewish Quarter
Prague's Jewish Quarter, or Josefov, is known for its well-preserved synagogues, the Old Jewish Cemetery, and its historical significance to Jewish heritage.

Franz Kafka
The influential writer Franz Kafka was born in Prague, and the city has strong connections to his life and literary works. Museums and tours celebrate his legacy.

Vltava River Cruises
Cruising along the Vltava River provides a unique perspective of Prague's historic and architectural landmarks, including the iconic Prague Castle and Charles Bridge.

Czech Cuisine
Prague offers a taste of Czech cuisine, featuring hearty dishes like goulash, trdelník (a sweet pastry), and traditional Czech dumplings. It's a city for food enthusiasts.

Petrin Hill and Tower
Petrin Hill, with its beautiful park and the Petrin Tower resembling the Eiffel Tower, offers panoramic views of Prague and is a popular spot for leisurely walks.

Prague's Music Scene
Prague has a vibrant music scene, with numerous classical music concerts, jazz clubs, and live performances taking place in historic venues across the city.

Museums and Galleries
Prague is home to a wealth of museums and galleries, including the National Museum and the Museum of Communism, showcasing various aspects of Czech history and culture.

Best Time to Visit

May to June

Driest Months

June to August

Wettest Months

September to November