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Charles' Bridge

The Astronomical Clock

Wenceslas Square at Night

Charles Bridge

The bridge with the best night view of Prague Castle. It is one of Prague's most popular sights.

Magic Lantern Theatre

Known for its modern and controversial glass design and venue for all Magic Lantern shows. Located directly next to the National Theatre.

Municipal House & Smetana Hall

Prague's most prominent Art Nouveau building and cultural centre with exhibition halls and auditorium.

National Theatre

The national symbol of Czech culture and independence in Neo-Renaissance style. It's located next to the Vltava River.

Observation Tower

For the best view of Prague this building is a small version of the Eiffel Tower and sits on top of Petrin Hill.

Old Jewish Quarter

Small cobbled streets, home of the mythical Golem, the oldest Jewish synagogues and the famous cemetery.

Old Town Bridge Tower

For the best view of the Vltava River and the Charles Bridge. Looking the other way there's a nice view of the Old Town.

Old Town Square

Prague's centre for cafes, street entertainment and leisurely fun. Very beautiful historical buildings surround the Square.

Old Town Hall and
Astronomical Clock

Possibly Prague's most famous tourist attraction with it's exquisite 14th century animated clock.

Parizska Street

The street to be seen on for the rich and famous. Lots of very expensive designer shops and cafes. The place to buy your Hugo or Prada.

Petrin Hill

Dominating the skyline of Prague this park is the largest area of trees and fields in the immediate vicinity of Prague.

Powder Tower (Powder Gate)

For those visitors energetic enough to climb to the top, this Gothic tower has an amazing view of Prague.

Prague Castle Complex

The complex is a magnificent experience throughout with several museums each worthy of hours of exploration.

Prague State Opera House

This opera house presents performances from the Italian repertoire: Rossini, Verdi, etc. and selected others.


Venue for the best Classical music in Prague as well as art exhibitions. It overlooks the Vltava river.

Lesser Town

Across the Vltava River via the Charles Bridge, nestling below the castle is the Lesser Town quarter of Prague known as 'Mala Strana' in Czech.

St. James Church

An attractive Baroque reworking of a Gothic church and originally the Presbytery of a Minorite monastery.

Theatre of Estates

The venue of the premier of Mozart’s famous Opera 'Don Giovanni'. One of the big five cultural venues in the city.

Stromovka Park & Vystaviste

Off the beaten track (a small distance to travel from the centre) but especially worth a visit in the Summer time.

Theatre of Estates

The venue of the premier of Mozart’s famous Opera 'Don Giovanni'. One of the big five cultural venues in the city.

Troja Zoo

A wonderful day out for all the family! Here they have a wide variety of animals large and small.

Tyn Cathedral

Prague's most famous Gothic building that towers over the Old Town Square.

Vltava River

The mighty river which twists its’ way through Prague and various other towns in the Czech Republic.


Vysehrad is a little out of the way and perhaps, unjustly, for this reason is not visited as much as it should be. There is a park and ancient fortifications.

Wenceslas Square

The largest and busiest shopping plaza in Prague. Typical main street shops including several of the big fast food restaurants.

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