Prague

The Czech capital is considered one of the most beautiful European cities with stunning architecture at every corner. The banks of the Vltava River, which flows through the city, are connected by numerous bridges, the best known of which is the world-famous Charles Bridge. Prague is also a city of music that offers all sorts of classical and contemporary music concerts. The city's Slavic charm is revealed on a walk through the Old Town with plenty of pubs and bars to taste Prague's best-known attraction – Czech beer.

Weather averages in July

  • Day 26°C
  • Night 16°C
  • Rain 8

The Czech capital is considered one of the most beautiful European cities with stunning architecture at every corner. The banks of the Vltava River, which flows through the city, are connected by numerous bridges, the best known of which is the world-famous Charles Bridge. Prague is also a city of music that offers all sorts of classical and contemporary music concerts. The city's Slavic charm is revealed on a walk through the Old Town with plenty of pubs and bars to taste Prague's best-known attraction – Czech beer.

Weather averages in July

  • Day 26°C
  • Night 16°C
  • Rain 8

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City of a Thousand Golden Spires

Prague is a charming city, built on the nine hills along the Vltava river, described with highest praises since the Middle ages. A city that is both historically and architecturally rich, can with its beauty easily compete with cities such as Rome and Paris, while many deem Prague to be the most beautiful city in Europe. Due to the city’s fame, every year there are thousands of tourists visiting it, enjoying the sightseeing attractions such as the the castle of Prague, the Prague Astronomical Clock, and the Charles Bridge, while the Prague historic centre is part of the UNESCO heritage. Brave the uphill to see the Prague Castle, take a walk though the marvelous gardens and enjoy the view of the city, rest your eyes on the 14th century stone arch Charles’s bridge over the Vltava river that hosts many street artists during daytime.

The Czech capital might be famous for it beauty and romantic atmosphere, but there is something that makes it even more famous - the Czech beer! Ever since 1842 when Pilsner Urquell was invented, Prague is famous for making some of the best beers in the world. Today, alongside the most popular international beer brands, Prague can invite you to try one of its numerous craft beer types from the regional producers or micro breweries. If you want to experience the best views and at the same time enjoy a glass of good beer, you should visit Prague in the spring, when the city turns green and the outdoor beer gardens are full of people.

A city that is both historically and architecturally rich, can with its beauty easily compete with cities such as Rome and Paris, while many deem Prague to be the most beautiful city in Europe.

A walk through the cobbled lanes is the best way to explore the city and see all the architecture, nature and the gastronomy features of this beautiful city. Check out the Lennon wall, built as an act of rebellion against the system in the former Czechoslovakia, when pop music was not allowed. Visit the house on 22 Golden Lane (Zlatá ulička 22), where Franz Kafka was born and take a peek into the famous writer’s life through his museum. If walking the city tires you out, stop and rest eating a hearty dish - the Czech culinary tradition is based on meat and dumplings that are best eaten, of course, with a good beer. 

Sights in Prague

Astroloska ura

The Prague Astronomical Clock

The medieval astronomical clock is attached to Prague's Old Town Hall in the heart of the old town.

Karlov most

Charles Bridge

Prague's oldest preserved bridge with an alley of statues is the city's most famous landmark.

Otok Strelecky ostrov

Střelecký Island

A manmade island in the middle of the Vltava river is popular with locals and visitors alike, who head there to enjoy picnics, and some rest and relaxation.

Praski bari

Prague's Bars

Many bars in Prague are famous for their excellent Czech beer and lively nightlife.

Airports

letalisca praha

Prague Airport

Prague Airport, also known as Václav Havel Airport Prague and Prague Ruzyně International Airport, is the busiest airport in the Czech Republic. The airport is located west of the Czech capital, not far from the city, and is accessible via the R7 motorway. The journey to downtown Prague takes 20 to 30 minutes by car, and approximately 55 minutes by public transport.

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