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Welcome to Prague

The capital of the Czech Republic, the one-time communist capital of Prague has evolved, and now boasts a reputation as one of Europe’s most in-vogue destinations. Rivaling the beauty of Paris, Prague features a wealth of baroque architecture, Gothic spires, and a maze of quaint cobbled streets and red roofs set beneath a hilltop castle. And while mass tourism has marched in to explore, the capital still holds cultural appeal, including its traditionally brewed beer, renowned Franz Kafka Museum, and cuisine that goes beyond Czech dumplings and goulash. Wind your way through Prague’s cosmopolitan and historic sights to see its world-renowned castle and many bridges, hear its music, and experience the Danube River.

Top 10 attractions in Prague

Prague Castle (Prazský Hrad)

Prague Castle (Prazský Hrad)

Sitting high on a hill overlooking the Charles Bridge and Vltava River, Prague Castle (Pražský Hrad) is a huge complex of museums, churches, palaces, and gardens dating from the ninth century. Nestled in the historic center of Prague—all of which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site—the largest castle complex in the world is an outstanding relic of Prague’s architectural history and a must for any visitor to the City of a Hundred Spires.More
Dancing House (Tancici Dum)

Dancing House (Tancici Dum)

In a city known for its baroque, Gothic, and Art Nouveau architecture, Prague’s postmodern Dancing House (Tancící Dum) stands out for displaying none of these architectural styles. The curvaceous, concrete, metal, and glass building was designed by the architectural duo of Czech-Croatian Vlado Milunić and Canadian-American Frank Gehry (of Guggenheim Bilbao fame) and completed in 1996.More
Charles Bridge (Karluv Most)

Charles Bridge (Karluv Most)

Forming a grand walkway between Prague Old Town, and the Lesser Town and Castle District, the 15th-century Charles Bridge (Karluv Most) is one of the city’s most striking landmarks. The magnificent Gothic bridge features 16 stone arches, two watchtowers, and 30 blackened baroque statues depicting various saints.More
Terezín Memorial (Památník Terezín)

Terezín Memorial (Památník Terezín)

A harrowing reminder of Europe’s dark history, the Terezin Concentration Camp once held prisoners awaiting transfer to Auschwitz and Treblinka. Today, the World War II site is preserved as the Terezín Memorial (Památník Terezín) and tells the horrifying truths of the Holocaust, as well as the stories of some of the 150,000 prisoners, including those who lost their lives.More
Powder Tower (Prasná Brána)

Powder Tower (Prasná Brána)

The Powder Tower (Prasná Brána) is one of Prague’s last remaining city gates. It once formed part of the defensive walls that surrounded the city and was one of 13 gates that allowed people to pass in and out of the center. Visit to climb to the top of the tower and enjoy views over the surrounding area.More
Vltava River

Vltava River

The Czech Republic’s longest river, the Vltava begins in southern Bohemia before meandering 270 miles (430 kilometers) northward toward Prague. The river has shaped the Czech capital over millennia, splitting Malá Strana (Lower Town) in the west from Staré Mĕsto (Old Town) and the modern city to the east.More
Prague Astronomical Clock (Prague Orloj)

Prague Astronomical Clock (Prague Orloj)

One of Prague’s most popular tourist attractions, the Astronomical Clock (Prazský Orloj) was built in the 15th century and is a mechanical marvel. Found on the south side of Prague’s imposing town hall in Old Town Square (Staromestske namestí), visitors line up in their hundreds to see the display as the clock strikes the hour.More
Prague Old Town Square (Staromestské Námestí)

Prague Old Town Square (Staromestské Námestí)

Prague’s Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí) is the historic heart and navigational center of the city’s UNESCO-listed Old Town. A feast of architectural wonders, the medieval square is ringed with grandiose Romanesque, baroque, and Gothic style buildings, including some of Prague’s most photographed monuments.More
John Lennon Wall

John Lennon Wall

Starting life as a tribute to musical icon and peace activist John Lennon after his untimely death in 1980, Prague’s John Lennon Wall quickly became a symbol of peace and free speech for young Czechs angry and disillusioned with the country’s communist regime—much western pop music was banned under the regime, and some Czech musicians were even imprisoned for playing it.More
Kutná Hora

Kutná Hora

Just an hour from Prague, Kutná Hora is a medieval village with a fascinating history. Most travelers head there to see the Sedlec Ossuary, a Roman Catholic chapel decorated with bones that’s known, fittingly, as the Bone Church; however, Kutná Hora’s UNESCO-listed Old Town is also worth a look.More

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Don’t-Miss Dishes in Prague

Don’t-Miss Dishes in Prague

Recent reviews from experiences in Prague

Biking through Prague
Katherine_G, Jan 2022
Prague E-bike Guided Tour with Small Group or Private Option
I only had one day in Prague so this was the best way to see the city!
Great tour
Amy_B, Dec 2021
Discover Prague Private Tour - 3 hours
He asked what I wanted to see and do as well as showed and taught me lots about Prague I didn’t know.
Fun Historical Walking Tour
SUMMER_N, Dec 2021
Best of Prague: City Walking Tour, Boat Cruise, and Typical Czech Lunch
She gave so many great tips on places to visit while in the city.
Great day in Prague
Lorraine_J, Dec 2021
Half-day Private Prague City and Castle Tour
This was a fantastic way to see Prague.
Highlights of Prague in Old Fashioned Classic Car
Diana_D, Dec 2021
1,5 hour oldtimer convertible Prague sightseeing tour
Such a fun way to see the city!
Expansive Prague Sites and Insights in a Day!
Matt_K, Nov 2021
Best of Prague: City Walking Tour, Boat Cruise, and Typical Czech Lunch
When we finished and were having dinner later, we looked up the best things to do in Prague - we had already done about half of them during the tour!
Greta tour
Fares_M, Nov 2021
Small Group Prague Old Town and Jewish Quarter Walking Tour
There’s some walking but it’s slow-paced while you see different attractions in the area.
Great day!
Jodene_R, Nov 2021
Kutna Hora Day Trip from Prague
Great trip outside of Prague to see some of the countryside & learn about historical place in the Czech history.
Great Fun!!
Pauline_R, Oct 2021
1.5-Hour Panoramic E-Scooter Tour In Prague ❤️
The e-scooter excursion around Prague was so much fun and a great way to see the city.
The best thing to do in prague
Faisal_A, Oct 2021
Prague Small-Group Segway Tour with Free Taxi Pick Up & Drop Off
Its the perfect experience for any small group looking to see and learn all about prague is a couple of hours..
Great time
Anne_R, Oct 2021
Grand city tour on Scrooser in Prague
He is fluid in English and had lots of good information about each “hot spot “ on the tour.
Roman was a great Tour...
rose_s, Sep 2021
Karlstejn Castle And Glass Factory Excursion With Three Course Tasting Lunch
His English was excellent, and he explained everything to us.
Enjoyable, not fantastic.
Terence_W, Sep 2021
Prague Boats 3-hour Dinner Cruise
Wonderful to see Prague at night, but there would be advantages to see Prague during the day.
Kitna hora
Alice_P, Sep 2021
Kutná Hora Half-Day Tour with Admissions
It was nice to see outside of Prague central.
I Recommend this tour
Bjc, Sep 2021
Full-Day Prague Tour with Vltava River Cruise, Prague Castle and Lunch
The boat ride was nice but honestly there is so much to see in Prague, I would have rather spent that hour seeing more of the city.
Delicious and professional
Keith_C, Sep 2021
Prague Foodie Tour
Our guide spoke perfect English and was able to talk us through the historical and cultural significances of each dish we tried.
Best Way to Tour Prague
CAC, Sep 2021
Prague E-scooter Sightseeing Small Group or Private Tour & Free Taxi Pick Up
It was so fun to see Prague with the wind blowing thru our hair.
Amazing tour with a great guide!
Bianca_B, Aug 2021
Prague E-bike Guided Tour with Small Group or Private Option
Best tour I have done and would recommend this to anyone who would like to see the real Prague.
Worth a peek ;)
Amiirah_A, Aug 2021
Kutna Hora Day Trip from Prague
Kutna Hora is great to see along with other medieval towns along Prague of you are staying for more than 3 days!
Loved it
Amber_F, Aug 2021
Prague Boats 1-hour Devil's Channel Cruise
Brilliant trip, got to see the sights of Prague that might be hard to see properly on foot.
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