Most Popular Attractions (last 7 days)
- 1. Prague Castle
- 2. Charles Bridge
- 3. Old Town Square
- 4. Dancing House
- 5. Powder Tower
- 6. Jan Hus Monument
- 7. Old Town Hall
- 8. Old Town Bridge Tower
- 9. Golden Lane
- 10. St. Nicholas Church, Old Town
- 11. St. Vitus Cathedral
- 12. St. Nicholas Church, Lesser Town
- 13. St. Henry's Tower
- 14. Žižkov Tower
- 15. Strahov Monastery
- 16. Wenceslas Square
During 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
Prague's most famous modern building was built in 1996 after a design by Frank O Gehry and Vlado Milunic, a local architect. The building portrays two people dancing.
St. Vitus Cathedral stands within the confines of the Prague Castle and is one of Eastern Europe’s finest examples of Gothic architecture. Inside is the tomb of St. Wenceslas, the country's patron saint.
Prague's grand central square was originally the site of a large horse market. It developed into a bustling commercial boulevard lined with shops, restaurants and hotels.
Random Prague Tours & Activities
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