Attractions

Old Town Square including Astronomical Clock, Charles Bridge, Prague Castle with St. Vitus Cathedral and Jewish Quarter are the most visited attractions in Prague. Also worth consideration is the wonderful art nouveau confection, Municipal House, with the largest concert hall in Prague or imposing Strahov Monastery with the baroque double-storey Philosophy Hall and Strahov Gallery.

To escape to a green space, visit by funicular the peaceful grounds of Petřín Hill, the Observation Tower or Vyšehrad, which once was a forbidding fortress and now it is a popular place for locals at the weekends.

All the other tourist sites can be considered, based on your personal preference and time and in this category, you will find many ideas on how to explore Prague at its best.

  • The Most Beautiful Panoramic View of Prague Is From Old Town Bridge Tower

    No city in the world has such a breathtaking panoramic view as Prague. The nicest view of the Lesser Town of Prague or Prague castle…

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  • Zbraslav Chateau

    Farther south of Prague, on the left bank of the Vltava River, lies Zbraslav. The famous catholic Cistercian Monastery, which was supposed to function as…

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  • Old Town Hall

    Old Town Hall symbolises the city authority and one of the most beautiful sights in Prague’s historic centre. Its origins date back to the 14th…

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  • Prague’s Music Attractions

    Musical Prague Undoubtedly, Prague is well known as a leader in the field of classical music. Every day, there are many musical, opera and ballet…

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  • Botanic Gardens

    Troja not only hosts a large zoo and Chateau Troja, but there is also the city’s botanic gardens, hidden in the woods to the north…

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  • Letná and Prague Metronome

    Letná plain is a high flat terrain above the city. It is the traditional assembly point for invading and besieging armies and sports, and other…

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  • The SS Cyril and Methodius Orthodox Cathedral

    During 1942, 7 Czech partisans, who were involved in the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich, hid from the Nazi army in this cathedral. The story behind…

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  • Wallenstein Palace

    Wallenstein Palace was the first large building of the Baroque style to be constructed in Prague, and was constructed by Albrecht von Wallenstein, who died…

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  • Convent of St. Agnes

    When you are in Prague’s Jewish Quarter (you should be at some point on your trip), you should ensure that you see the Convent of…

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  • The Charles University in Prague

    During the 1300's, students of Charles University initially studied the arts, and then progressed onto 1 of the other 3 disciplines (law, theology and medicine).…

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  • Břevnov Monastery

    Břevnov Monastery (Břevnovský klášter) is a Benedictine monastery founded by Prince Boleslav II and Saint Adalbert, bishop of Prague in 993 AD. The name of…

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  • National Theatre

    The National Theatre (Národní divadlo) in Prague is the embodiment of the will of the Czech nation for its national identity and independence. Collections of…

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