Czech Republic’s capital - Prague is often called the City of a Hundred Spires. It has survived the violence and destruction of 20th-century Europe and was almost untouched by World War II. Its bridges, cathedrals and golden-tipped spires are well-preserved and have been reflected in the swan-filled Vltava river for centuries.
The city encompasses over ten major museums, as well as numerous theatres, galleries, cinemas, and other historical exhibits. Moreover, the extensive historic center of Prague has been included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites since 1992.
The following sights can’t be missed:
- Astronomical Clock
- Prague (Hradcany) Castle
- Jewish Quarter
- Charles Bridge
- Church of St. Nicholas
- Old Town
A self guided walking tour of Prague Czechia can be enjoyed by exploring the many famous and hidden pubs that occupy almost every corner or small street, wandering through the ancient cobblestone streets of the architecturally stunning Mala Strana (Lesser Town) or spending a romantic evening strolling the Vltava banks and dining on one of the floating restaurants.
Everyone can find something interesting in Prague - a city that is romantic and successful, ancient and modern, but above all is charming and overwhelming.