The best activities and experiences in Prague and the Czech Republic
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Let yourself be guided through the small passages and alleys of the Old Town. Along the Royal Way, you will cross the Charles Bridge and its beautiful sculpture gallery, to the picturesque island of Kampa and the intimate and baroque district of Malá Strana.
Crowning the Prague skyline on its promontory overlooking the river, the Castle is one of the UNESCO World Heritage treasures, brimming with historical and artistic treasures. It is the undisputed spiritual and political heart of the nation.
Seat of the memory of a people and of a past time, the Jewish Quarter of Prague is present in everyone’s mind through its famous myths and legends, such as that of Rabbi Löw and the Golem, but also in the collective memory of Europe through its influence on the arts, culture and the heritage left to us by Franz Kafka ...
The result of spontaneous medieval urbanization, the Old Town was the seat of merchants’ guilds, which gradually acquired autonomous status. In the 14th century, the University of Prague was established, one of the oldest in Europe.
Secret little streets winding towards open perspectives with dramatic effect, sumptuous palaces with dynamic sculptures and a profusion of decorative details, churches whose domes rise to the sky, terraced gardens with sculptures and fountains...
Strahov Monastery and its two Baroque bell towers are one of Prague’s most famous landmarks. Founded in the 12th century by the Premonstratensian order, it has an amazing cabinet of curiosities and a baroque library of exceptional beauty.
On foot and by boat, we will reveal the richness of Prague, one of the most beautiful European capitals with a very long history, a crossroads of cultures and civilizations.
Around the huge Wenceslas Square, Na Příkopě Street and Republic Square and its famous Municipal House, you will discover a unique urban ensemble in Europe, and perceive all the architectural dynamism of this period, on the way to modernity.
Legend has it that the mythical Princess Libuše had a vision of the glorious future of Prague, "a city whose splendor will reach the stars...". Apart from a prehistoric settlement attested by archaeological remains, the origins of the fortified site of Vyšehrad go back to the 10th century.
Far from the touristy places, the district of Vinohrady with its colorful Art Deco buildings contrasting with the omnipresent cosmic television tower, hides many places with a trendy and friendly atmosphere.
The trendy district of Holešovice has become a must-see place in the Czech capital for a taste of local Prague life, local bars and restaurants, and two large parks, Letná and Stromovka.
The cohabitation is often unprecedented, and these contrasts in the urban space – one of the particularities of Prague – reinforce the beauty of the buildings that are part of it. We go from the labyrinth of small medieval streets to the immense perspective of Wenceslas Square ...
Come and discover the splendor of medieval art in Bohemia, of which the 14th century was the brilliant golden age. Emperor Charles IV and the entire Luxembourg dynasty were passionate patrons of the arts, who attracted a host of artists to Prague ...
Prague is a city full of legends and it is around these that you will walk with a passionate local guide. This walk begins with a visit to the Alchemists’ Museum, located in one of the oldest buildings in Prague. You will enter a historical house hiding many mysteries: a secret passage as well as an alchemical laboratory ...
Travel back in time to a bygone age and go on a short ride in a classic 1930s vehicle. Take a vintage tour for an original, relaxing and stylish way to get around the Czech capital.
This two-wheeled machine has found its place in the Prague landscape. Tourists and even downtown merchants have been seduced by its ease of use and its extreme practicality in urban areas.
Karlštejn Castle was built by order of the Czech king and Roman-German emperor Charles IV to store royal treasures, collections of sacred relics and crown jewels. Its amazing arrangement on several levels according to the importance of the different parts of the building gives it a unique and inimitable character.
The small town of Kutná Hora has something to surprise visitors. Located in the heart of the Czech countryside, its rich past has endowed it with a great architectural wealth and an authentic charm.
Bohemia has made a name for itself in the history of the crystal industry with the creation of its innovative artificial crystal and the unparalleled skills of its glassworkers. Glasswork has become one of the specialties of the Czech Republic and the crystal factory in the small town of Nižbor is one of the most famous in the country.