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Prague Attractions

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Prague Castle (Hradschin) 4.0 stars
Castle, Fortification, Palace - #1 of 109
The amazing Prague Castle was founded on 9th Century and rebuilt on baroque and neoclassic style around 1700-1800. The castle is a real city, formed by attractions like St. Vitus Cathedral, Powder Tower, Royal Palace, Royal Gardens, Dalibor ... [more ]
Charles Bridge 5.0 stars
Bridge - #2 of 109
Charles Bridge is the postcard of Prague. The exclusive bridge for pedestrian connects the Old City to the region of Mala Strana, where is located the Prague Castle. The bridge was built by Carlos IV on 1357 and, from 1683 many very interesting ... [more ]
Old Town Square 5.0 stars
Square - #3 of 109
I stayed just two days in Prague, but enough to affirm that the city is amazing. Despite many great attractions of the city, in my opinion one of the best is the Old Town Square, in the heart of the historic city. It is the oldest square of ... [more ]
St. Vitus Cathedral 4.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #4 of 109
St. Vitus' Cathedral is Eastern Europe's answer to Notre Dame. Best yet, it's officially free entry which, while making this cathedral slightly more crowded, also makes it almost imperative to visit. The stained glass is moving and features ... [more ]
Church of Our Lady Victorious 4.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #5 of 109
Those black towers looming over Staromestske Namesti? Part of Kostel Panny Mrie Pred Tynem (Tyn Church). One of the most famous churches in Prague, this is worth a walk through for saints and sinners alike to check out the striking gothic ... [more ]
Astronomical Clock 4.0 stars
Sculpture, Monument, Statue, Memorial Place - #6 of 109
While in the Old Town Square, guard your purses and wallets and head over to the Astronomical Clock (Orloj). It's a big tourist gathering, but there is something nevertheless extraordinary about this 15th Century structure, that is still fully ... [more ]
National Theatre 4.0 stars
Opera, Theatre, Concert Hall - #7 of 109
If you want to do something slightly more cultural than drinking beer whilst in Prague, then I would recommend checking out the National Theatre (Narodni Divadlo). It's an amazing building right in the centre of town, so very easy to get to. ... [more ]
Jubilee Synagogue 4.0 stars
Religious Site - #8 of 109
The Jubilee synagogue in Prague (Also called Jerusalem Synagogue) is, in my view the greatest synagogue in the city. It is much newer than the other synagogues in the city (most of which are in the old Jewish quarter – Josefov), being built ... [more ]
Wenceslas Square 3.0 stars
Square - #9 of 109
Prague is a great place to find some out-there art in unexpected places. An example: the St. Wenceslas statue in Wenceslas Square. It's a popular meeting place in the center of town and part of Prague's vibrant celebration of past, present, ... [more ]
Vysehrad Castle 4.0 stars
Castle, Fortification, Palace - #10 of 109
This is a great castle and church that overlooks the Vtlava River from a height of ground just east of the river. The castle grounds are uncrowded and much like a park. It is a popular place with the locals. Just take the B line to the Vysehrad ... [more ]
Golden Lane 5.0 stars
Quarter - #11 of 109
Located very close to the Prague Castle, Golden Lane is definitely a street worth visiting. The houses date back to the 15th century and are the remaining small buildings that were not destroyed or rebuilt in time. Here was the former residence ... [more ]
Strahov Monastery 4.0 stars
Religious Site - #12 of 109
Strahov Monastery's two beautiful spires are iconic of Prague architecture, and its life story is iconic of Prague's historic complexities and contradictions. A working monastery since 1143, Strahov is a definite must while in Mala Strana. Be ... [more ]
Basilica of St. George 4.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #13 of 109
The rich history and art of the Basilica of St. George makes it one of the best places to catch a concert in Prague. Historically, it was both a major church and a convent to which the most prestigious princesses and young ladies were sent for ... [more ]
Mucha Museum 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #14 of 109
Famous for the beer and biscuit advertisements, Mucha is one of Prague's most famous children and therefore has his own museum across from the Astronomical Clock on Staromestske Namesti (actually, get up to the second floor of this museum for ... [more ]
Old New Synagogue 4.0 stars
Religious Site - #15 of 109
The Old New Synagogue in Prague is one of the oldest synagogues still standing in Europe. It was built in the 13-th century in the Gothic style. Actually the synagogue is not very impressive, it is very small and empty, but the point of visiting ... [more ]
Dancing House 4.0 stars
Building - #16 of 109
Is is an unusual building in Prague, famous for its curious architecture and because it's located between old buildings, I really like the contrast. It was erected in the last decade of the 20th century by an insurance company but it looks quite ... [more ]
National Museum 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #17 of 109
Prague National Museum at the top of Wenceslas Square houses an incredible collection of several million items. When my brother and I visited this year we assumed that a few hours would be enough to see everything. Wrong! I could easily have ... [more ]
Church of ST. Peter and St Paul 4.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #18 of 109
The Saint Peter and Pavel church is in the middle of the medieval fortress of Visehrad. It was actually built in the 20-th century, and has the typical neo-gothic appearance. Inside it is also quite nice (especially considering the fact that I ... [more ]
Museum Kampa 5.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #19 of 109
Stop in the adjacent cafe after enjoying what is one of the best free art experiences in the city. Its roster includes Yoko Ono and Christo, and the lobby exhibitions are free—as is the entire museum on Mondays. Adults pay CZK 200 ($9.40) and ... [more ]
U Mozarta 5.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #20 of 109
For those of you that might not know, the great artist, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart moved in to Prague to finish the last parts of his opera, Don Giovanni. What at first seemed only a temporary home, became later on a permanent residence, where even ... [more ]
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