Prague is one of Central Europe’s most acclaimed cities. It boasts gorgeous scenery, good beer, and lots of culture. A trip here will satisfy your wanderlust for a while. Let our experts guide you on your visit to this historic city.
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This is a center of Prague life for tourists and locals alike.
The National Theatre is the neo-Renaissance architectural flagship of the Czech National Revival, and one of Prague’s most impressive buildings.
The hype about Old Town Square is completely justified. Picture a perimeter of colorful baroque houses contrasting with the sweeping old-Gothic style of the Týn church in the background.
The Old-New Synagogue is the oldest synagogue in all of Europe and the oldest working synagogue outside Israel.
This thoroughly renovated and kid-friendly museum is dedicated to the fun aspects of science, technology, and industry.
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Today it provides visitors with a grand view over Malá Strana and Charles Bridge.
Museum Kampa 87
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While in exile in the United States during the years of the Communist regime, Jan and Meda Mládek assembled a large collection of 20C Czech art, supporting young artists persecuted by the regime
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This intimate and manageable part of the National Gallery... houses a collection of Bohemian and Central European medieval art from 1200 to 1550.
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Two stunning 17th-century libraries and a cabinet of curiosities.
Up to 100,000 Jews buried 12 deep rest eternally in this 15th century cemetery.
The “Prague Castle” refers to the entire, almost 70,000 sq. m complex of many different buildings, streets, and gardens surrounded by tall walls and steep stairs.
Powder Tower 84
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Used as storage space for gunpowder, this dark, imposing tower... offers a striking view of the Old Town and Prague Castle from the top.