Prague AirportVaclav Havel Airport Prague, Ruzyne (PRG) is the Czech Republic’s most important airport.
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Staré MěstoStaré Město, the Old Town is in the heart of Prague and the most charming part of the city to discover and find accommodation.
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Malá Strana

Malá Strana is one of the oldest districts in Prague.
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JosefovJosefov was established when two Jewish communities that lived in the region during the Middle Ages merged gradually.
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Nové MěstoThe New Town was established and designed by Charles IV in 1348.
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VyšehradVyšehrad was one of the six independent towns in Prague.
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Astronomical ClockThe Prague Astronomical Clock is the world’s most famous medieval clock.
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Charles BridgePrague’s most famous bridge connects the Old Town with Malá Strana, Charles Bridge is the most stunning bridge and perhaps monument in Prague.
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Powder TowerThe Powder Tower is a dark Gothic tower located in the Old Town.
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Old Town SquareThe Old Town, and in particular the Old Town Square, has been the centre of Prague’s public life since the Middle Ages.
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Municipal HouseLocated next to the Powder Gate, the Municipal House (Obecní dům) is the most impressive Art Nouveau building in Prague.
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ClementinumThe buildings were a Jesuit collage until the 18th century, then became part of Charles University.
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Prague CastlePrague Castle is the world’s largest Medieval castle.
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Golden LaneThe Golden Lane is a small and narrow street located inside the Prague Castle.
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Wenceslas SquareWenceslas Square has witnessed many recent historical events and is a place where many demonstrations and public gatherings take place.
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Old Jewish CemeteryThe Old Jewish Cemetery is one of the oldest surviving Jewish burial sites in the world.
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Josefov SynagoguesVisiting the Jewish Town and its six synagogues is one of the most popular tours in Prague.
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Petřín FunicularPetřín funicular runs from Malá Strana to Petřín hill from 1891.
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National MuseumLocated in one of the most emblematic buildings in Prague, the National Museum is the most important museum of the city.
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Museum of CommunismThe Museum of Communism paints a vivid chronicle of the Communist years in Czechoslovakia in the 20th century, from 1948 to 1989.
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Mucha MuseumMucha Museum is dedicated to the life and work of the world famous Czech Art Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha.
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St Nicholas ChurchSt Nicholas Church in Malá Strana (not to be confused with the one in Staré Město) is the most beautiful and famous Baroque church in Prague.
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St Vitus CathedralThe St Vitus Cathedral is the most important in Prague, and one of its most significant monuments, with construction of the temple beginning in 1344.
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LoretaLoreta, also known as Loreto, is one of the most important places of pilgrimage in Prague.
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Strahov MonasteryEstablished in 1143 and reconstructed on numerous occasions, Strahov Monastery houses a beautiful library and picture gallery.
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Petřín HillPetřín hill is one of the liveliest parks in Prague.
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Kampa IslandLocated at end of the Charles Bridge in Malá Strana, Kampa Island is considered one of the most beautiful city islands in the world.
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Vrtba GardenVrtba Garden is one of the most magnificent Baroque gardens in Prague.
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State OperaPrague State Opera was built in 1888.
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Terezín MemorialTerezín is a former military fortress located about 40 miles north of Prague, used as a concentration camp during World War II.
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