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Prague Attractions

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Royal Gardens (Královská Zahrada) 4.0 stars
Park - #41 of 109
Royal Gardens or Královská Zahrada is located at U Prašného mostu (take Metro to Hradčanská, then tram 22). Royal Garden was devised in 1534. on the orders of member of the Habsburg family Ferdinand I. The Royal Gardens are also home to the ... [more ]
U Fleků brewery museum 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #42 of 109
U Fleků brewery museum is located at Křemencova 11 (Prague 1, take Metro to Národni třída). U Fleků brewery museum is a must for any beer lover as we all know that Czechs do brew some excellent beer. The museum was renovated and reopened in ... [more ]
Jewish Museum 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #43 of 109
Jewish Museum is located at U Staré školy 1 (Prague 1, take Metro to Staromestska or trams 17, 18). Jewish Museum actually consists out of 6 historical sites that include: The Spanish Synagogue, The Maisel Synagogue, The Klaus Synagogue, The ... [more ]
Kampa Island 5.0 stars
National Park, Nature Reserve - #44 of 109
Kampa island is the biggest island in the Vltava river and has been attracting both the locals and tourists for years. Much like Margaret island in Budapest and Danube island in Vienna it is home to a number of bars and restaurants but more ... [more ]
Mala Strana 5.0 stars
Quarter - #45 of 109
Mala Strana is located in Prague 1, you can reach it by taking trams 12,22,23 to Malostranske namesti. It is on the opposite side of the river to the Old town. If you are sightseeing it is most probable you will pass Mala strana on your way ... [more ]
Nový Svet 5.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #46 of 109
As an artist, I've always felt a spiritual connection to Novy Svet. Its rich history, like a neighborhood such as the Lower East Side, was chockablock full of castle servants, chambermaids, mystics, and intellectuals such as Tycho Brahe. Now ... [more ]
Klementinum 5.0 stars
Building - #47 of 109
Klementinum can be found at Old Town (Karlova 1, Prague 1, take Metro to Staromestska). Klementinum is one of the oldest and largest complexes in the old part of the city and it stretches over 2 hectares. It was founded in 1232. and it had ... [more ]
Melnik 5.0 stars
Other Urban Landmark - #48 of 109
Czech wine is starting to get its due in the bigger picture. Oenophiles are flocking to Bohemia for tastings first-hand, and one of the best places to hit is right outside of Prague in Melnik. There's some history in these grapes as well; St. ... [more ]
Dvorak House, Prague 5.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #49 of 109
The Dvorak House is on a weird side street in a slightly off-kilter area, and I just happened to be looking for it in the middle of a rainstorm (frequent for the rather cold July season in Praha). However, once you walk into the uber-warm ... [more ]
Malostranske Namesti 5.0 stars
Square - #50 of 109
Malostranske namesti or Lesser Town Square is located in the very heart of this part of the town (take trams 12, 22 or 23 to the tram stop Malostranske namesti). This square has been the heart of activity for this part of the town since 10th ... [more ]
Atrium Na Zizkove 5.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #51 of 109
Make Zizkov's Jewish Cemetery the first stop for a day on your itinerary as it's only open from 9 AM to 1 PM Tuesdays and Thursdays. The irregular hours and the admission fee of 20 CZK (equivalent to $1 USD) is worth it, however, especially ... [more ]
The Loreto 5.0 stars
Religious Site - #52 of 109
The Loreto looks like the Baroque period threw up all over Hradcany and invited some monks to live in it, leaving it one of the most remarkable structures in what is a remarkable district in general. Inside this monastery, which hosts the ... [more ]
National Marionette Theatre 5.0 stars
Opera, Theatre, Concert Hall - #53 of 109
The commonly asked question in Prague (especially from Americans) is something along the lines of: “What the hell is up with all the puppets?” Prague’s more touristy areas have marionette shops on practically every corner. The art of puppetry ... [more ]
Ta Fantastika Theatre 5.0 stars
Opera, Theatre, Concert Hall - #54 of 109
A blacklight theatre show in Prague blew me away. The choreography, acting, dance, mime and humour was completely unique from any other theatre or musical experience I've ever had. Exuding a sense of illusion and magic, I certainly did leave ... [more ]
Valdštejnská zahrada 5.0 stars
Park - #55 of 109
Prague, and especially the area near the castle, has a lot of beautiful gardens to show off and be proud. I think the Waldstein garden near the Malostrana metro stop is the most outstanding however. It has everything - a mini labyrinth, a ... [more ]
Kafka Bookstore 5.0 stars
Shopping - #56 of 109
While I am first and foremost a Globe Coffeehouse and Bookstore devotee, I have been known to make a stop or two into the Franz Kafka Bookstore (next to the Mucha Museum and rear of Tyn Church). In case you've yet to get your Kafka fix, here's ... [more ]
Muzeum Pedagogické - J A Komenského 5.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #57 of 109
One of the reasons why I travelled to Prague was to know how the ex communism countries are nowadays, maybe it is too late to see contrasts but I was still interested. The Communism Museum is a great place if you are interested in this topic and ... [more ]
Schloss Troja 5.0 stars
Castle, Fortification, Palace - #58 of 109
I thought that the only Troy was burned from the face of the earth long before I have been born. In the Czech Republic, near Prague, there is another Troja. This one is again a castle for weddings. It features a beautiful garden so that the ... [more ]
Konopiste Castle 5.0 stars
Castle, Fortification, Palace - #59 of 109
No wonder Prague was so wanted in medieval ages, yet so hard to conquer. There are myriads of castles worth visiting around the capital city. One of them is Konopiste. This castle is Baroque, but I would like to call it a forest castle, according ... [more ]
St. Wenceslas Chapel 5.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #60 of 109
St. Wenceslas Chapel is the most focal part of the Cathedral of St. Vitus. Why it is so important? Because it is the tomb of the Czech's most popular patron saint. The facings of the surrounding walls as well as paintings on the wall that depict ... [more ]
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