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Built in the early 20th century on the Old Town’s main entrance, the most impressive Art Nouveau building in Prague presents a luxurious setting with an exuberant and grandiose decoration. It was built as a multipurpose site and still today, it includes two famous restaurants and a café, an American bar, a prestigious concert ...

The Charles Bridge is an inseparable feature from Prague. It was built in the 14th century during the Gothic era and is the symbol of the city. It is adorned with a unique gallery of sculptures, a true triumphant honor guard that symbolically connects the riverbanks…

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Old Jewish Cemetery

Starý židovský hřbitov

The picture of the old Jewish cemetery with its entangled tombs taken over by vegetation is one of the most famous images of the Josefov Jewish quarter. Together with the Old-New Synagogue, it belongs to the most important sites of the Jewish heritage in Prague. Numerous anonymous bodies lie in their final resting place next ...

Every hour, a dense crowd gathers in front of the astronomical clock of the Old Town Hall to admire the parade of allegorical figures that regulate the time by day and night. The building was the symbol of the political independence of the aristocratic Old Town and includes many treasures, the most incredible of which ...

The Old Town Square, heart of the merchants’ district, is one of the most famous squares in Europe. It was the stage of many major events, tragic or glorious, throughout Czech history. It is surrounded by magnificent palaces and includes two churches, the former city hall and its popular and unforgettable astronomical clock, and the ...

The Saint Vitus Cathedral is Prague’s supreme Gothic building. It is the see of the Prague archdiocese, located in the heart of the castle complex, the center of the city’s spiritual life. The cathedral was built over several centuries and shelters numerous historic and artistic gems, such as the crown jewels, mausoleums for ...

In the Jewish quarter, the Spanish Synagogue, built in 1868, give a beautiful example of Arab-Andalousian architecture with an outstanding decoration style. The Synagogue contain also two exhibitions about its past and the Jewish community one.

The sacred shrine of the Loreto is the main Marian pilgrimage destination in Bohemia. The Santa Casa, a faithful copy of the Italian original model, is one of the numerous gems found in the shrine, as is the exceptional Church of the Nativity, a priceless sacred art treasure, or the famous carillon, with its bells ...

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Old Royal Palace

Starý Kralovský Palac

The Old Royal Palace in Prague was the historic seat of Bohemia’s rulers since the 12th century, before the governing body moved to the more recent wings of the castle. These still house the headquarters of the country’s current president.
From the Romanesque remains to the Renaissance and Classic furnishing, the palace is ...

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Saint George Convent

Jiřský klášter

The rich Baroque façade of an unexpectedly plain church, one of the most beautiful Romanesque remains of the city, is concealed in the heart of the Prague Castle complex. Its two white towers can be seen from afar. As was the case with the cathedral, the St George Basilica served as a royal mausoleum and ...

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Golden Lane

Zlatá Ulička

The picture of these tiny and colorful doll houses huddling together below the Prague Castle is renowned. The Golden Lane, where Franz Kafka lived for some time, was the source to many a myth, among others that of the shady experiments of Rudolf II’s alchemists and astronomers. The historic reality of this little street ...

The Klementinum used to be a Jesuit school that served as a spearhead for the Catholic Reconquest. This huge Baroque complex in the heart of the city is set around 4 courtyards with the national library, two churches, three chapels, exhibition and concert halls, as well as two towers including the renowned astronomical tower.

The two white towers of the Strahov Monastery stand up on the hill dominating the Prague panorama, above the Malá Strana District and the orchards of Petřín. Apart from admiring one of the best views on Prague, you will have the opportunity to discover the two magnificent Baroque rooms of the monastic library with their ...

This masterpiece built by the architects Dientzenhofer father and son is one of the most beautiful Baroque churches in Central Europe and the most striking example of the so-called radical Baroque in Bohemia. With its majestic dome, its bell tower and its undulating façade with dynamic lines, the church dominates the whole Mala Strana District ...

The Count Albrecht of Wallenstein (1583-1634) was a major military and political chief with high ambitions and a particularly adventurous life, he was a true fiction character. He was extremely rich but his life ended tragically: he was killed for treachery of the State. He had this huge palace built in Prague for his personal ...

It isn’t quite easy to find the entrance to this church that is nonetheless impressive, with its 80 meters (262ft.) dominating the Old Town Square and the Staré Město historic district: surrounded by low houses that seem to encase it, the church with its black spires is a preeminent Gothic building in Prague and ...

The St James Church, situated in a little street behind the Ungelt Courtyard, is attached to an important Franciscan monastic community. Visitors are amazed by the size of the building and the beauty of the interior decoration. The majestic Gothic immensity of the building is harmoniously combined to a particularly sumptuous Baroque decoration, as is ...

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