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The Castle District (Hradèany)

The Castle District (Hradèany)

The Castle District stretches across the top of the hill overlooking the city and incorporates the best churches and museums in Prague set around three courtyards, immaculate...

St Vitus Cathedral

St Vitus Cathedral

Situated within the Castle Complex, the spires of St Vitus Cathedral, an elegant but domineering French Gothic structure, soar above the ramparts. It is the county's largest church...

Charles Bridge (Karluv Most)

Charles Bridge (Karluv Most)

The pedestrian Charles Bridge serves as a focal point for tourists and is the most photographed feature of the city. Construction began in 1357 replacing the earlier Judith Bridge of which the...

Old Town Square (Staromstské Námestí)

Old Town Square (Staromstské Námestí)

The heart of the old city and its marketplace since the 11th century, the Old Town Square is Prague's prettiest and most lively square with historical facades and a cobbled surface. It still hosts...

The Jewish Museum

The Jewish Museum

The Jewish Museum is the largest and most authentic of its kind in Central Europe, with one of the most extensive collections of Judaic art in the world. Situated in the old Jewish...

Vy?ehrad

Vy?ehrad

Vyaehrad, a hill fort perched on a rock above the river, is an integral part of the Prague skyline. The twin spires of the Neo-Gothic Saints Peter and Paul Church are visible from afar and the...

Karlovy Vary (Karlsbad)

Karlovy Vary (Karlsbad)

The town of Karlovy Vary, also known as Karlsbad, is the Queen of the Czech republic's many spa resort towns. It is a pretty Victorian place with elegant boulevards, elaborate colonnades...

Ceský Krumlov

Ceský Krumlov

A small medieval town in Southern Bohemia, Ceský Krumlov is one of the most picturesque in the Czech Republic, nestled in the S-bend of the River Vltava and dominated by the fairytale Chateau on...

Kutna Hora

Kutna Hora

In the 14th century Kutna Hora was the second biggest town in Bohemia after Prague due to the discovery of silver. Today visitors come to appreciate the history of a once booming town where...

Museum of Communism (Muzeum Komunismu)

Museum of Communism (Muzeum Komunismu)

Ironically located next door to a casino and above a McDonald's, the Museum of Communism is dedicated to presenting an account of the post World War II Communist regime in Czechoslovakia and...

Prague Astronomical Clock

Prague Astronomical Clock

This medieval astronomical clock, also known as the Prague Orloj, is mounted on the southern wall of the Old Town City Hall and is popular with tourists eager to watch the clock's show every hour....

Miluniæ and Gehry's Dancing House

Miluniæ and Gehry's Dancing House

This unique building is so famous it even had a coin issued with its likeness printed on it, celebrating ten years of architecture in the Czech Republic. Designed by Croatian-born Czech...

Petrin Observation Tower

Petrin Observation Tower

A small version of Paris's Eiffel Tower, the Petrin Observation Tower may not sound tall at 197 feet tall (60 metres) but don't forget that it stands aloft Petrin Hill overlooking the whole...

Petrin Hill

Petrin Hill

PetYín Hill offers many attractions for children and adults on holiday in Prague. To start, the funicular ride up the hill is fun for kids, and when they get there, a climb up the...

Prague Toy Museum

Prague Toy Museum

Housed in the Prague Castle, the Toy Museum is a wonderful attraction for kids. There are displays of playthings from across the globe, some of the artefacts dating as far back as ancient Greece....

Traffic Rules Playground Prosek

Traffic Rules Playground Prosek

The modern (Traffic Rules Playground) is an exciting attraction for kids in Prague. The playground features mini roads, with traffic lights and stop streets, which can be explored on bikes and...

Franz Kafka Museum

Franz Kafka Museum

One of Prague's most famous citizens, renowned author Franz Kafka was born in the city in 1883 in a house on the Old Town Square, next to the Church of St Nicholas. That house now houses a museum...

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