Take a look at the John Lennon-inspired political graffiti which constantly changes.
Visit this 60m high lookout tower inspired by the world-famous Eiffel Tower.
This bridge tower is, in fact, a complex of two towers of different styles and heights.
This beautiful garden designed in Italian style will surely enchant you.
Kampa is one of the numerous islands in the Vltava river, located right in the city center, which attracts attention with its unique…
This high hill is a popular area for locals to enjoy their free time. It is also said to be a great place for young couples to have a nice…
Giant sculptures of crawling babies were created by a Czech artist David Černý and placed at Kampa in Prague and outside of the TV Tower in…
Take your family to a maze with a number of mirrors located near Petrin lookout. It'll be a wonderful and funny experience for sure!
Take a walk from U Lužického semináře street to Čertovka restaurant and you'll surely pass through the narrowest street in Prague.
When heading to Petrin Hill, don't forget to stop by to see several statues remembering the victims of the Communist era.
One of the two Prague's churches dedicated to St. Nicholas, this one is located in Lesser Town.
In the yard of Franz Kafka Museum, you can find quite a provocative sculpture of two peeing men, created by a controversial Czech artist,…
Our Lady Victorious is a 16th-century Early Baroque church, known mainly for being home to a famous statue of The Infant Jesus of Prague.
Visit the so-called "green heart" of the city and admire the extensive park which is home to numerous small orchards and gardens, a church…
Wallenstein Palace is a monumental 17th-century Baroque complex located in Lesser Quarter, which is currently the home of the Czech Senate.
When in Lesser Town, you should visit a museum devoted to a famous novelist of Czech origin, Franz Kafka.
This bronze sculpture depicting a Trabant car on four legs was created by the famous and controversial Czech sculptor David Černý.
The Vrtba Garden in Prague is one of several fine High Baroque gardens in the Czech capital.
Also known as Child of Prague, this wooden statue of infant Jesus can be seen in the Church of Our Lady Victorious.
Even though this Catholic church was originally built in Gothic style, after a vast reconstruction in the 18th century, it now serves as an…
No fan of modern art should miss the former Sova's Mills where a gallery is now located.