Country : Czech Republic
Currency : Czech Koruna (CZK)
Language : Czech
City: 1 259 079 (2014)
Metro: 2 204 730 (2014)
Zone: Central European Time (CET)
closeDuring the Middle Ages, Prague was the most important city in Central Europe. After Emperor Charles IV had all the city gates' roofs covered with lead, Prague was dubbed the 'Golden City'. It would remain one of the most influential cities in Europe until the 20th century.
Today 'the City of a Hundred Spires' is a magnet for tourists, with numerous magnificent towers, palaces and churches.
Random Prague Highlights
Charles Bridge, Prague
Charles Bridge is Prague's most famous landmark. The fourteenth-century Gothic bridge is embellished with thirteen Baroque sculptures and connects Old Town with Lesser Town.
Old Town Square, Prague
Prague's most beautiful square marks the heart of the city of Prague. The is square surrounded by magnificent churches, palaces and rowhouses. A large monument honors Jan Hus, a Czech martyr.
Jan Hus Monument, Prague
The Jan Hus Monument is a large memorial erected in 1915 at the Old Town Square. It Honors the Czech reformer Jan Hus, who was declared a heretic in 1915 and died a martyr at the stake.
Schwarzenberg Palace, Prague
This Renaissance style palace was built in the 16th century in Prague's Castle District by Count Jan Lobkowicz the Younger. The palace is now a museum with late-Renaissance sculptures and paintings.

Random Prague Tours & Activities
Private Transfer from Prague to Passau, Prague
  • Duration: 3.15 to 3.35 hrs
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Prague Buffet Dinner Cruise on Vltava River, Prague
  • Average Rating:3.5/5 stars
  • Duration: 2 hours
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