Planning a vacation or a short city break in Prague? If your answer is yes, then this is the travel guide for you! With a section on how to get to the city, the transportation needed to get to your hotel once landed in Václav Havel Airport, a list with the best areas to stay in, and the capital’s top attractions, among other useful information, you’ll find everything you need in this travel guide to make this trip unforgettable.
Why visit Prague?
Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and of the picturesque Bohemia region. The city, with over one million inhabitants, is known as the City of a Hundred Spires or the Golden City, and is a UNESCO world heritage site.
Exploring Prague is like immersing yourself in a fairy-tale land with its cobbled streets and its infinite number of beautiful towers and charming buildings. What’s more, you’ll be able to discover the city’s boutiques, all exquisitely decorated, and try some of the Czech Republic's cuisine. Prague’s authentic Medieval atmosphere will captivate its visitors, making it impossible to forget their visit to the Czech Republic’s capital.
Before organising a trip to Prague, we recommend discovering the basic information and the fascinating history of this city
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Headless horsemen, Templars, vampires & black magic will guide our steps during the free tour of Prague's mysteries and legends - come if you dare!
Book this ticket to a black light theater show at the Image in Prague and enjoy this incredible play of light and shadow performed for 30 years.
Why read our Prague guide?
Introducing Prague has been written by travellers like yourself, with detailed and up-to-date information on the city to make the most of your trip, whether it be for a couple of days or a month. The information provided in this guide has been updated in December 2022. If you find a mistake or would like to make a suggestion, please do not hesitate to contact us.