See the oldest astronomical clock still in use in the world with your own eyes. This 600-year-old masterpiece is a must see when in Prague!
Old Town Square is located in the very heart of Prague and it is the most renowned square in the city.
Old Town City Hall, which was constructed in the 14th century, is notable primarily due to the Astronomical Clock, one of the most famous…
Powder Tower is an impressive Late Gothic tower where gunpowder used to be stored in the 17th century.
The Old Town district represents the heart of Prague and it is its oldest area with all the important sights.
This site was once occupied by one of the oldest churches in Prague's Old Town (dating back to the 13th century).
Come and see this well-known statue of Sigmund Freud hanging by one hand, made by David Cerny, with your own eyes.
When near Old Town Square, you should definitely visit this unique church with its towers reaching 80 meters.
This beautiful Gothic tower, which guards one end of the Charles Bridge, had not only defensive nature but it also had a ceremonial meaning.
Browse thousands of books in the National Library which is located in this complex of historical buildings.
Being one of the oldest streets in Prague, this lane will charm you with its unique atmosphere.
Dating back to 1232, Havelsky Market is one of the oldest markets in Prague.
No beer lover should miss the chance to visit the very first pub in Prague that has offered 30 different brands of Czech beer on tap, both…
On the way from Wenceslas Square to Old Town Square, you will pass by this stunning Art Nouveau building which is famous for concerts and…
The seat of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra is located in this 19th-century building.
If you love LEGO, you should definitely pay a visit to this 3-storey museum and a shop housing historical sights made of LEGO bricks.
Kranner's Fountain, or Kranner Fountain, is a fountain and neo-gothic monument to Emperor Francis I of Austria, installed in Prague, Czech…
This historical building houses the only museum in the world that is dedicated to sex machines.
Named after one of its owners, the Kinsky family, this historical building now serves as an art museum.
Admire the lavishly decorated interior of this Early Baroque church as well as its recently renovated organ that dates back to the 17th…
Saint James is an 18th-century Baroque church which replaces its predecessor - 13th-century Presbytarian church.