Prague is a city full of beautiful sights and places that can be explored for days, months or even a lifetime. The city has a special charm on whatever time of year you choose to visit it.

  • Prazsky hrad: Prague Castle – is the largest medieval complex in Europe with an area 570 meters long and 7.28 acres and is the biggest attraction in Prague.
  • Lobkowicz Palace: It is located in the eastern part of Prague Castle and is one of the most beautiful cultural sites in Prague. The palace was built in the XVI century and belonged to the Lobkowicz family.
  • Hall and Astronomical Clock: The first documentary attestation of the Market Hall in 1377 was Charles. At the beginning of the fifteenth century there have been added some parts to City Hall, the most important being the clock tower.
  • Staroměstská namesti: Old Town – all the buildings in the old town dates from the eleventh century. In addition to Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral and Charles Bridge, a large number of churches and palaces were built, representing an aggregate architectural, artistic and spiritual great.
  • Karluv Most: Charles Bridge construction began in 1357 and was completed at the beginning of the fifteenth century.
  • St Nicholas Market: Located in the old center, it is a baroque church built between 1732 and 1735. The interior was inspired from within the church at Les Invalides in Paris.
  • Jindrisska Tower: It was built between 1472 and 1475, is 67.7 meters high and 10 floors. The clock tower was added in 1577.
  • Narodni divadlo: National Theater – is an impressive neo-Renaissance building constructed between 1868 and 1881 with money donated by Czech citizens. She sits proudly on the river Vltava, or golden roof shining in the sun on sunny days.
  • Chram svateho Vita: St. Vitus Cathedral – whose original name is the Cathedral of St Vitus, St Wenceslas and St Adalbert, is the largest and most important cathedral in the Czech Republic and is one of the best examples of Gothic architecture.
  • Dancing house: It was built between 1994 and 1996 for an insurance company, the Czech architect Vlado Milunic with Canadian architect Frank Gehry.

 

Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic. Prague has several nicknames, including Prague urbium mater (“mother city”), “city of a hundred bell towers” or “City of Gold.”

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