Monuments and Tourist attractions

Discover the most interesting monuments in Prague, and the unmissable tourist attractions if you travel to the Czech capital.

Stare Mesto (Old Town)

Prague Astronomical Clock

The Prague Astronomical Clock is the world’s most famous medieval clock. The Astronomical Clock is located on the southern wall of the Old Town City Hall.

Charles Bridge

Prague’s most famous bridge connects the Old Town with Malá Strana, Charles Bridge is the most stunning bridge and perhaps monument in Prague.

Powder Tower

The Powder Tower is a dark Gothic tower located in the Old Town. It is one of the most iconic buildings in Prague.

Old Town Square

The Old Town, and in particular the Old Town Square, has been the centre of Prague’s public life since the Middle Ages. Discover it.

Municipal House

Located next to the Powder Gate, the Municipal House (Obecní dům) is the most impressive Art Nouveau building in Prague.


The buildings were a Jesuit collage until the 18th century, then became part of Charles University. Now there are guided tours of its most important halls.

Malá Strana (Little Town)

St Nicholas Church

St 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.


Prague Castle

Prague Castle is the world’s largest Medieval castle. Find out about its history, its admission tickets and what to see.

St Vitus Cathedral

The St Vitus Cathedral is the most important in Prague, and one of its most significant monuments, with construction of the temple beginning in 1344

Golden Lane

The Golden Lane is a small and narrow street located inside the Prague Castle. The route was the residence of goldsmiths and then Franz Kafka.


Loreta, also known as Loreto, is one of the most important places of pilgrimage in Prague. Inside is a replica of the Santa House containing

Strahov Monastery

Established in 1143 and reconstructed on numerous occasions, Strahov Monastery houses a beautiful library and picture gallery

Nové Město (New Town)

Wenceslas Square

Wenceslas Square has witnessed many recent historical events and is a place where many demonstrations and public gatherings take place.

Josefov (Jewish Quarter)

Old Jewish Cemetery

The Old Jewish Cemetery is one of the oldest surviving Jewish burial sites in the world. It's estimated that there are more than 100,000 bodies buried here

Josefov's Six Synagogues

Visiting the Jewish Town and its six synagogues is one of the most popular tours in Prague. Get to know the long and storied history of the Jews in Prague

Views of the Prague Exterior

Terezín Memorial

Terezín is a former military fortress located about 40 miles north of Prague, used as a concentration camp during World War II.

Other tourist attractions in Prague

Black Light Theatre of Prague

The Black Light Theatre of Prague is a mime theatre performance in the darkness. It is a speciality of the Czech Republic.

Cruises on the Vltava River

Get a different perspective of the historic centre of Prague by taking a cruise on the Vltava River. Find out about the different cruises available.

State Opera

Prague State Opera was built in 1888. Buy tickets to the Opera and ballet for as little as 100CZK and discover this beautiful building.