Introducing Prague

Nicknamed the “City of a Hundred Spires”, Prague is best known for its spectacular churches and historical monuments. A city made for the culture vulture just as it is made for the beer and vodka drinker, Prague has two personalities which flips from elegantly cultured in the day to excitingly raucous at night. So whether you come here for the sightseeing, the unbeatable nightlife, or a little bit of both, this incredible capital city located in the Czech Republic certainly will not disappoint. Explore the beautiful Old Town Square, eat out at the city’s many stylish cafes and restaurants and don’t forget to travel back in time and walk down the cobbled paths of Golden Lane, a place where time stood still.

Highlights of Prague

Astronomical Clock
The Astronomical Cock in Prague is an iconic medieval clock dating back 600 years.
Old Town Square
The Old Town Square is not to be missed. Grab a drink in one of the bars overlooking the square or hop on a horse-drawn carriage to tour the area.
Charles Bridge
This is one of the city’s most famous landmarks. Lined with 30 statues of saints, Charles Bridge is a sight to behold and at weekends, there are stalls selling locally made crafts, souvenirs and artwork.
St. Vitus Cathedral
The famous St. Vitus Cathedral is a muse-see located almost entirely in the Prague Castle complex.
Take a tour in the Josefov town quarter, formerly the Jewish ghetto best known for its interesting architecture.

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