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1 Charles Bridge
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Rank: 1 About 198

  Originally named “Stone Bridge,” the Charles Bridge is a well-known and historic one that crosses the Vltava River in Prague. Constructed in the 1400’s, this bridge was the primary...

Reviewed by: Leighton
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Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


2 Prague Castle
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Rank: 2 About 198

The Prague Castle in Prague, Europe is the largest medieval castle complex.Dating back to the ninth century, the castle is an architectural delight with the first...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Hlavní mesto Praha, 119 08, Repubblica Ceca
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


3 Wenceslas Square
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Wenceslas Square is considered as one of the main city squares in the New Town of Prague. It is one of the two main squares in the city. This square is around 750 meters long and 60 meters wide and it was laid around 600 years ago....

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Address: San Venceslao square
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


4 Jewish district & Klaus Synagogue
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Rank: 4 About 198

One of the most beautiful monuments of the historical center of Prague, also the synagogues that arise within the Jewish Quarter or Josefov deserve a prominent place. The wonder of these places, however, conceals a sad and gloomy atmosphere: close to...

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Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


5 Jewish Cemetery
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This Old Jewish Cemetery is located in Josefov which is the Jewish Quarter of Prague in the Czech Republic. It was being used since the 15th Century until the year 1787. It is known to be the oldest Jewish Cemetery...

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Address: U starého hrbitova 243/3a, 110 00 Praha
Type: Other attractions


6 Saint Vito's Cathedral
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The St. Vitus Cathedral is one of the most beautiful symbols of the city, the church was desired in 929 by St. Wenceslas but the current structure dates from the fourteenth century, when the construction works of the Gothic cathedral began(completed...

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Address: Hradcany, 1
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


7 The castle of Karlštejn
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The Karlstejn Castle is one of the best examples of the Gothic style in Czech Republic. Do not miss a visit to the Chapel of the Holy Cross, which is located inside the castle, painted by Master Theodoric. In the area, it is also worth visiting the...

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Address: Karlštejn
Type: Sightseeing


8 Malà Strana
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Rank: 8 About 198

Malá Strana is an important district located in Prague, Czech Republic. It is one of the most historic regions of the city. Baroque architecture predominates the district. Wallenstein...

Reviewed by: Ekaja
Address: Malà Strana
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


9 Stare Mesto
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Stare Mesto, or Old Town, is the heart of the Czech capital: here are some of the most important and characteristic monuments of Prague, starting from the Old Town Square, Namesti (Old Town Square) Astronomical Clock with the spectacular and the town...

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Address: Stare Mesto
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


10 The Church of Mother of God before Týn
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The facade of this church, in Gothic style, dominates the Old Town Square. The adjacent dwellings are right next to the structure and it seems like they wish to protect it. A characteristic which takes away the visibility of the Church of Our Lady...

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Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


11 Prague Clock
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Rank: 11 About 198

The Prague Astronomical Clock is basically a medieval astronomical clock that is located in Prague. It is placed on the Old Town Hall and was made in the year 1410. It was constructed by the clockmaker called Mikulas of...

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Address: Staromestské námestí 1, Praha
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


12 The Golden Lane
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The Golden Lane is one of the most typical streets of the city. There are so many small houses in pastel color, which seems to be a set of a cartoon. The alley has undergone several renovations and now the dotted houses have become shops, health food...

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Address: Jirská 3/1, 11900 Praha-Hradcany, Repubblica Ceca
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


13 The Rosenberg palace
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The Rosenberg Palace is an impressive building built in the sixteenth century. It was attached to the Royal Palace through a long corridor in wood, which no longer exists. In the nineteenth century the house became the residence of unmarried...

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Address: Jirská 2/3, 119 00 Prague-Hradcany
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


14 Old Town Square
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Old Town Square is one of the two main Squares in the city center of Prague, Czech Republic. This square dates back to the 12th Century and was originally a...

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Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


15 The Strahov Monastery
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Religious complex, the Strahov Monastery is a haven of peace in the busy city. Founded in 1140 by Vladislav II, has many points of historical and architectural interest among which the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin, in the courtyard of the...

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Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


16 Kampa Island
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Surrounded by the Moldova river, Kampa Island is surrounded by gardens and buildings from the eighteenth century. It is the perfect place to take a walk without departing from the center of Prague, but at the same time keeping away the noise of the...

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Address: Na Kampe
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


17 The castle of Konopište
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The Konopiste Castle was built according to the French conception of A castle and is unique in the whole of Czech Republic. Do not miss the collection of art objects, the armory and the archduke's collection of stuffed animals and hunting trophies...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Benešov-Konopište
Type: Sightseeing


18 The Old-New Synagogue
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Rank: 18 About 198

The Old-New Synagogue is the oldest synagogue in Europe and is one of the first Gothic buildings in Prague. It's construction dates back to the thirteenth century and, according to some, the walls of the Staronová Synagoga have been built with stones...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Červená 1
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


19 National Museum
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Rank: 19 About 198

The Prague National Museum is the largest museum in the whole of Czech Republic and houses permanent exhibitions on prehistory, on paleontology, mineralogy and on others. It is housed in an elegant neo-Renaissance building dating from the late...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Praha 1, Václavské námestí 68
Type: Museums


20 Karlovy Lázne
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Rank: 20 About 198

Much sought after by the locals in Prague and visited by many tourists, Karlovy Lazne is a club divided into five levels, each of which you can dance to different music. The restaurant is located in an elegant building of the fifteenth century, a few...

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Address: Smetanovo nábreží 198/1, Praga
Type: Nightlife


21 Národní museum
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Rank: 21 About 198

  Made up of ten different buildings, the National Museum (Národní museum) in Prague serves as the historic bookkeeper for the Czech Republic. Founded in 1818 by Kašpar...

Reviewed by: Leighton
Address: Kostelní 42
Praga 7
Type: Museums


22 Nove Mesto
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Nové Mesto (the New Town) is a quarter located in Prague, Czech Republic. It is considered as the largest and youngest of the five independent towns that date back from the Middle Ages to 1784....

Reviewed by: Nadish
Address: Novè Mĕsto
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


23 Franz Kafka museum
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This museum is dedicated entirely to the famous Czech writer Franz Kafka. Inside you can find a lot of material related to the author: photographs, interactive panels, manuscripts, letters, diaries, and especially many of the precious first editions...

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Type: Museums


24 Museum of the Infant Jesus
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This museum, which can be accessed through the Church of the Virgin Mary of Victory, retains the richly decorated dresses that belonged to the ceramic statue of the Holy Child donated by Princess Lobkiwitz in 1628. Inside, you can also see a tiny gold...

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Address: Karmelitská 9 Malá Strana
Type: Museums


25 Stromovka
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Rank: 25 About 198

  Stromovka is the largest park area in Prague, and it used to be used as a deer hunting reserve for former Czech royalty.  Today it is popular because it’s a beautiful place...

Reviewed by: Leighton
Address: Parco Stromovka, Praga
Type: Parks and gardens

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