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.
There are few places in the world where a city shows its soul such as here.
The Old-New Synagogue is a rather forlorn piece of medievalism that's now been returned to the community and is still used for services.
This thoroughly renovated and kid-friendly museum is dedicated to the fun aspects of science, technology, and industry.
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The façade of the Church of St. Nicholas, giving onto Old Town Square, is a splendid Baroque construction.
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This building on Kampa Island served for most of its history, due to the location, as a mill.
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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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The second-oldest monastery in Prague, Strahov was founded high above Malá Strana in 1143 by Vladislav II.
The Old Jewish Cemetery, where all of Prague's Jewish residents were buried until the late 1600s, is one of the eeriest remnants of the city's once-thriving Jewish community.
The national symbol is a UNESCO World Heritage site, the largest castle complex in the world
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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.