Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, enchanting every visitor who will walk her ancient streets. The famous Karl Bridge, the amazing city squares and the special Museums are just some of the city's attraction points. Also, you'll find its nightlife bristling, it's restaurants surprising, and just wait until you see the malls and boutiques. No tourist leaves Prague without a smile – and great stories.
Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is a Gothic fairy tale famed for exceptional beer, architectural beauty, and a thriving art scene. The Old Town (Stare Mesto) delights aimless wanderers with its medieval churches, hidden courtyards, and cobbled pedestrian streets, while a cruise on Vltava River is an ideal way to orientate yourself.
Sightseeing tours, which reveal Charles Bridge, the Castle District (Hradcany), New Town (Nove Mesto), St. Vitus Cathedral, and Prague Astronomical Clock (Prague Orloj), make it easy to see why the entire city is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Delve into Prague’s Jewish heritage during visits to the Jewish Museum and Terezin Concentration Camp; marvel at the Kutná Hora (Chapel of Bones) on a day trip to Sedlec Ossuary; or consume your fill of Czech food and beer on a brewery tour.
Prague’s proximity to alluring European cities, including Germany, Poland, Austria, and Slovakia, make it an ideal jumping-off point for exploring more of the continent. If you’re using Prague as a base, day trips allow you to tick off Vienna and Dresden if you’re short on time, and excursions to UNESCO-listed Cesky Crumlov, the spa town of Karlovy Vary, and the Bohemian and Saxon Switzerland National Park expose farther-flung cultural and natural wonders in the Czech Republic.