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10 Stunning Sights You'll See in Prague

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Franz Kafka on his city, Prague Tweet

Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, City of a Hundred Spires, is one of Europe’s top ten most-visited places for good reason: its massive, ancient Old Town, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage, is incredibly picturesque and boasts many of Europe’s most important historical and architectural monuments.

Prague Castle

Prague castle is the biggest castle in the world! On our tour we’ll cover it from end to end, the seat of Kings, of Emperors, of Queens, of Presidents, the capital of the Holy Roman Empire, 1100 years of history at your fingertips, and to top it all off, the best view imaginable of Prague!

Charles Bridge

The number two tourist attraction in Prague, well, you’ve seen number one already! Why do 30,000 people a day cross this bridge? It’s the oldest bridge in Prague, in fact it was the only bridge in Prague for around 400 years after it was first built – but how’s it stayed up for so long? Could it be the eggs in the cement?

Astronomical Clock

If you Google Prague, one of the first things that comes up is the astronomical clock! Why’s that? The astronomical clock in Prague is the oldest working astronomical clock in the world, and has been gracing the old town hall on old town square since 1490! Discover the story behind the legend, but be prepared – it’s not pretty!
Four girls posing in front of Prague's Lennon Wall

John Lennon Wall

What’s John Lennon got to do with Prague? The history of this wall dates back a little further than the Beatles, but discover how they came to influence the history of Prague..and don’t forget to bring a pen!
Dancers on Prague's Old Town Square with the Tyn Church in the Background

Old Town Square

The Old Town Square is known as one of the most beautiful squares in all of Europe, and with good reason – you need to see it to believe it! Medieval guildhouses, bustling restaurants, and breathtaking architecture that has stood the test of time are there galore, it’s a photographer’s dream!

Wenceslas Square & the National Museum

This square is arguably the most important square in Prague. Not as old as Old Town Square, not as beautiful, perhaps, but in terms of recent history, this square is the most important place in the Czech Republic. Relive modern history in the square that spawned the revolution, the very reason that we’re all able to be here today.

Strahov Monastery

The secrets of Strahov are not obvious to the uninitiated. This is a beautiful, fully functioning monastery, a little off the beaten track, that has been looking over Prague for centuries. The monks are not often to be seen, but they are very busy behind the scenes..these guys make some of the best beer in Prague!!

The Rudolfinum

Discover where the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra are based, but what’s the connection with the moon??! And why is the square named after a student, a patriot from the dark days of 1969…?

Old Jewish Cemetery & Pinkas Synagogue

Prague has the largest Jewish cemetery in Europe; despite being occupied by the Nazis for the duration of world war two, Prague miraculously survived relatively intact. Perversely, Hitler wanted to preserve the Jewish Quarter as a ‘’museum to an extinct race of people’ why, and what we can learn today from the lessons of the past.

Spanish Synagogue

‘The most beautiful synagogue in Europe’. Today this synagogue designed in the Moorish style is a world-renowned concert venue, situated right next door to the statue of Franz Kafka, reputed to be the most influential writer of the twentieth century.