St. Nicholas in Lesser Town

The St. Nicholas Church situated in Malostranské Square in Lesser Town is the most famous Baroque temple in Prague. Its construction began in 1703 on a site where a Gothic church formerly stood.

Vítkov Hill National Memorial

The dominant of the Prague district of Žižkov is unquestionably the National Memorial on Vítkov Hill, constructed between 1929 and 1938 in order to honour those who fought for the independent Czechoslovakia founded in 1918.

Kinský Palace

Kinský Palace was declared a national cultural monument in 1992. It is a significant Rococo building situated in Old Town Square in Prague.

National Theatre

The National Theatre represents a symbol of the Czech nation and belongs to the leading theatres in the country. It was founded in 1868 and currently consists of four artistic ensembles: opera, drama, ballet, and Laterna Magika.

Celetná Street

Celetná Street is situated in the Old Town. Connecting Old Town Square with Republic Square, it is one of the oldest streets in Prague.

Prague Botanic Garden

The Prague Botanic Garden, situated in Trója borough close to the ZOO and occupying the area of 47 ha, was opened in 1969.

Troja Chateau

Prague borough of Trója features one of the most beautiful Baroque chateaux in the country, built in the late 17th century.

Proof That Prague Is Europe's Prettiest City

Prague typically isn't at the top of travelers' bucket lists but we're here today to tell you that it should be. Seriously, the place is stunning. Not to mention the beer is delicious and conveniently cheaper than water.

Pařížská street

The centre of affluence in Prague, the most expensive street in the Czech Republic, with luxurious shops. This is Pařížská street.


The Rudolfinum is considered to be one of the most important structures in Prague. It was built in 1876 –1884 according to architectural drafts of Josef Zítek and Josef Schulz as a multi-purpose community center, which was named Rudolfinum after the crown prince of Austria - Rudolf.

Prague Castle

Prague Castle is the most important Czech historical monument and cultural institution. From the 9th century it had been the seat of Bohemian dukes, and later kings, and since 1918 it has been the seat of the President of Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic. The Castle was most likely founded around 880 by Duke Bořivoj, the founder of the Přemyslid dynasty.

New Town Prague

In 1348, Charles IV founded an entirely new town in Prague, the New Town, following the Old Town and Hradčany (Castle District)

Prague Old Town

The Old Town is undoubtedly the most beautiful and sough-after part of Prague

Republic Square

Náměstí Republiky (Republic Square), lying between the Old Town and the New Town, is among the busiest squares in Prague.

Municipal House

Obecní dům (Municipal House) is one of the best known Art Nouveau buildings in Prague

Jewish Museum in Prague

The Jewish Museum in Prague is the largest museum of its kind in Europe, managing one of the most extensive collections of Judaica in the world.

Royal Route of Prague

The Royal Route of Prague is a tourist’s must – the most beautiful sightseeing route through the city and the symbol of historical Prague.

Old Town Bridge Tower

The Old Town Bridge Tower forms the gateway to Prague Old Town. Bohemian kings passed through its arch on their way to coronation in the St. Vitus Cathedral at Prague Castle.

Powder Tower

The Powder Tower is one of the most significant monuments of medieval Prague. It is here that the Royal Route started, and it is this place that an important road led to from Kutná Hora, where silver was mined for the royal coffers.

Prague Jewish Cemeteries

During the reign of emperor Rudolph II at the turn of the 16th and 17th century, Jewish culture in Prague was experiencing the golden age of the Jewish Ghetto.

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