Take a look at the John Lennon-inspired political graffiti which constantly changes.
Take your kids or friends and enjoy a peaceful walk along the Vltava River. It's the right place for a bit of relaxation in the city center.
Called National Avenue in English, this is a street where several historically important events took place.
Locally known as Hradčany, this area that surrounds the Prague Castle was regarded as an independent borough until 1784.
A famous street running to the Prague Castle, which is lined with exquisite historical buildings, such as Kinský or Morzin Palace.
This gem of Gothic architecture was commissioned by Charles IV and built towards the end of the 14th century.
Built in the late Gothic style, Jindřišská Tower is 66 metres high, which makes it the highest freestanding bell tower in the city.
This exquisite summer palace was built in the 16th century in the Renaissance style.
Royal Way is the name of a historical route to the Prague Castle which Czech kings used to take on their way to the coronation.
This impressive Neo-Renaissance palace is located on one of many islands on the Vltava River.
Lucerna Palace is a multipurpose building housing a concert hall and movie theater, as well as numerous stores and restaurants.
This tour will let you explore the secrets of the Prague underground. You will be amazed by the mysterious chambers hidden under the city's…
Admire the architecture of a former alchemist house which is entangled with numerous legends. A must visit for mystery lovers.
Admire the architecture of this administration building which won many awards thanks to its unique style and innovative technologies.
When strolling around the Prague castle area, you should not miss the opportunity to visit one of the oldest vineyards in the Czech…
This beautiful house and a former famous inn is notable mainly for being the place where W. A.
Stone Bell House is a beautiful Gothic palace operated by the City Gallery of Prague, where you can see numerous exhibitions of modern and…
Apart from many walking paths, this extensive park is also home to a number of playgrounds, a beer garden, and a stadium.
Kramar's Villa is known for being used as the official residence of the Czech Prime Minister since the late 1990s.
What once used to be one of the poorest districts in Prague is now a picturesque street lined with quaint and colorful houses.
Visit this beer museum covering the history of Czech beer, experience its production and taste various kinds of special Czech beers.