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Petřín Observation Tower 4.0 stars
Tower - #21 of 109
The tower on the top of Petrin hill is a wonderful place for observation of the city of Prague. The view from the top is amazing: the castle and Strachov monastery are just in front of you, the old town and the new town are a little bit further, ... [more ]
Muzeum W A Mozarta - Bertramka 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #22 of 109
Going to Bertramka is a bit like going to a city in and of itself. A subway ride with a transfer to a tram and then a walk up a hill, the estate that Mozart called his second home when he visited Praha is a little eden with extensive gardens ... [more ]
Petřín Hill 4.0 stars
Natural Monument and Landmark - #23 of 109
Petrin hill is a big hill in the Mala Strana quarter of Prague. The whole hill is like a big park with alleys and terraces among the trees. On the top of the hill is the Petrin observation tower – a great place to have a view around the city. ... [more ]
Vltava River 4.0 stars
Natural Monument and Landmark - #24 of 109
On the two banks of Vltava river in there are long promenades which are very calm and pleasant places for a walk especially in the morning or the evening, because most of the tourists go directly from the old town through Charles’ bridge to the ... [more ]
Municipal House 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #25 of 109
One of my favourite buildings and the most beautiful building in Bohemia, decorated in every single corner inside and outside. They began to build the building in 1905 supported by the extravagant Habsburgs of the time. What I like of this ... [more ]
Prague State Opera 4.0 stars
Opera, Theatre, Concert Hall - #26 of 109
Prague is an opera-loving city. Mozart, an Austrian by birth, claimed Prague as his second home--you'll even see a children's book here about the Maestro in Prague named for a famous quote of his, "My Praguers Understand Me." Composers such as ... [more ]
Muzeum Bedricha Smetany 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #27 of 109
While the waistcoat pocket-sized museum doesn't have the space or artifacts to compete with the Dvorak House or the Mozart Museum at Bertramka, there is nothing more Czech than listening to "Vltava" while sitting on the Vltava. Point the ... [more ]
The Powder Tower 4.0 stars
Tower - #28 of 109
The powder tower (Prasna Brana) is one of the oldest gate towers of the Old Town fortifications of Prague originating from the 15-th century. It is very big and black with the typical for Prague gothic roof. In some months of the year for a few ... [more ]
Museum of Decorative Arts 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #29 of 109
If you're looking to fulfill a fantasy of living in the grand manner of a fin-de-siecle dandy, the Museum of Decorative Arts is the place to do so. This museum's extraordinary collection in an equally extraordinary house is like stepping back ... [more ]
Havel Market 4.0 stars
Shopping - #30 of 109
There is a great market in Prague, where you can get many bargains. That is where the locals shop a lot, but take a lot of care if you’re a tourist, because they always try to sell you the items for ridiculous prices. My friend wanted to buy a ... [more ]
Petrin 4.0 stars
Sculpture, Monument, Statue, Memorial Place - #31 of 109
In our walk near the funicular station we found the Petrin, a statue about communism, one of my favorites in the whole world. Its simple, it didn’t need a huge budget, but has life and expresses what it wants. The statue is against communism. It ... [more ]
Zizkov Tower 4.0 stars
Tower - #32 of 109
The icon of Zizkov is the Zizkov Tower. The tower was once erected to block out foreign signals during Prague's days under the Iron Curtain. Now it is a tower that broadcasts reality television to the locals and a hot spot for foreigners with ... [more ]
National Gallery 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #33 of 109
I enjoyed the National Gallery (not to be confused with the National Museum) so much the first time I visited in 2005 that I went back when I returned to the city this year. It’s a bit outside of the centre of Prague so you need to take a tram ... [more ]
St. Nicholas Church 3.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #34 of 109
This is not the same St. Nicholas Church that is located at the Old Town Square, this is the St. Nicholas church that is located at Malostranské náméstí (take Metro to Malostranská or trams 12, 22). This particular church was over 60 years in ... [more ]
Church of St. Nicholas 4.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #35 of 109
For saints and sinners alike, the Church of St. Nicholas is one of the most extraordinary places to visit in Prague. There are, however, two churches that take the name of St. Nicholas, so make sure you head to the one in Mala Strana. With the ... [more ]
Museum of Communism 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #36 of 109
Museum of Communism is located at Palac Savarin, Na Přikopě 10 (Prague 1, take Metro to Mustek). Museum of Communism is one of the main attractions in Prague and it gives a glimpse of how life used to be for Czech people during the Communist ... [more ]
Jan Hus Monument 4.0 stars
Sculpture, Monument, Statue, Memorial Place - #37 of 109
Jan Hus monument is located at Staré Město (Prague 1, take Metro to Staroměstská/Náměstí Republiky). Jan Hus was one of the most prominent figures in the Czech history. He was forced to leave Prague as he was accused of spreading doctrines ... [more ]
Jindrisska Tower 4.0 stars
Other Urban Landmark - #38 of 109
Jindrisska Tower is located at Jindrisska (Prague 1, take Metro to Mustek or trams 5,9 or 26 to Jindrisska). Jindrisska Tower or Jindrisska vez was constructed from 1472 to 1476. and it dates back to Gothic era. However as it was destroyed in ... [more ]
Lucerna 4.0 stars
Entertainment, Festival, Amusement Park - #39 of 109
Lucerna is technically an entire mall or passage, which confusingly lends its name to a cafe, cinema, pub and concert hall. It was built by the notorious Havel family of entrepreneurs, now most widely known because of former president Vaclav. All ... [more ]
Pinkas Synagogue 4.0 stars
Religious Site - #40 of 109
Pinkas synagogue is located at Široká 3. It was the work of Horowitz family. In 1535. Horowitz has it built right next to the Old Cemetery. After the World War II Pinkas synagogue has a permanent exhibition and a memorial to all the Jews of ... [more ]
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