10 unmissable sights in Prague
Charles Bridge is Prague's most famous landmark and connects the Old Town with Malá Strana. Find out what to see and how to get to Prague's Charles Bridge.
Prague's Gunpowder Tower is a blackened Gothic tower located at the entrance to the Old Town and is one of the symbols of the city.
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.
Prague Castle is not only the beginning of Prague's history, but also one of the largest medieval castles in the world. Find out what to see and how to get there.
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
The Golden Lane is a small and narrow street located inside the Prague Castle. It was named after a goldsmiths who lived there in the 17th century. Later Franz Kafka also took up residency there.. Find out how to get there.
Wenceslas Square has witnessed many recent historical events and is a place where many demonstrations and public gatherings take place.
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
The Black Light Theatre of Prague is a mime theatre performance in the darkness. It is a speciality of the Czech Republic.
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 in Prague.