×
Our site uses profiling cookies, also from third parties, to send advertising according to your preferences.
Please, click here to get more information or to deny your consent to all or certain cookie. Closing this banner, scrolling the page or clicking on any of its elements you may consent to the use of cookie.
To accept | Read more
HeaderMain-GetPartialViewNoCache = 0
HeaderContext-GetPartialViewNoCache = 0
HeaderBreadcrumb-GetPartialViewNoCache = 0
AdvValica-GetPartialView = 0

Charles Bridge in Prague  

HeaderPageTitle-GetPartialViewNoCache = 0
Overall Evaluation
  
Rank 1# on 200
number of ratings 280

Description

Charles Bridge is one of the most beautiful bridges in the world, full of magnificent statues on both sides and set of many street artists who entertain tourists and visitors with their skills and sympathy. Even more beautiful and go on at sunset, when the city is lit by a dim light that is reflected in the calm waters of Moldova.
AttractionDetailTopContainer-GetPartialView = 0,0156262
AdvValica-GetPartialView = 0
AdvValica-GetPartialView = 0
MapSinglePin-GetPartialView = 0
CommonPluginEuropeAssistence-GetPartialView = 0

Reviews Charles Bridge

Write your review about Charles Bridge
Level 100     4 Trophy   
Overall rating
  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 route from Prague Castle to Old Town, thus making it... more an important place for business in the Czech Republic. As this wide stone bridge is a serene and romantic setting at night, it also bustles with activity during the day. It is a popular hub for vendors and artists to sell their products to locals and tourists alike. It is also home to several other kiosks and portable businesses that are entertaining and useful to travelers that are new to Prague. As the Charles Bridge has endured the centuries, it has seen its fair share of historical events. In the early 15th century, the bridge was damaged by a large citywide flood. During the Thirty Years War, much of the combat took place on this bridge, as Swedish invaders attempted to storm Prague Castle. In memorial a long and illustrious history, the Charles Bridge also features several Baroque statues of political figures important to Prague. As this bridge is such a necessity to touring the city, you are inevitably bound to cross it and learn more!    
Level 100     5 Trophy   
Overall rating
Charles Bridge is a popular historical bridge crossing the Vltava River in Prague. Its construction started in 1357 under the auspices of King Charles IV and got finished in the beginning of 15th century. This bridge used to be the... more most significant connection between the Old Town, Prague Castle and the adjacent areas until 1841. Originally called as the Stone Bridge, or the Prague Bridge, it has been named as Charles Bridge since 1870. This bridge is 516 meters long and 10 meters wide. It rests on 16 arches shielded by ice guards and protected by three bridge towers. These towers are known as one of the most astonishing civil gothic style buildings in the world.
AttractionDetailReviewList-GetPartialView = 0,0468787

Do you know Prague? Tell us you opinion!

Your contribution can be useful for other tourists
Move the pointer on the adjective that best represents this destination
General:
Horrible
Wonderful
ReviewAddReview-GetPartialView = 0
AttractionListNear_2xN-GetPartialView = 0

Hotel near Charles Bridge

HotelListNear_2xN-GetPartialView = 0,0468791
VideoListGuideNewsletter-GetPartialView = 0
AdvValica-GetPartialView = 0
AttractionFilterListOther-GetPartialView = 0
AdvValica-GetPartialView = 0
VideoListGuideNewsletter-GetPartialView = 0
ReviewLatestSmall-GetPartialView = 0

Search for offers in Prague

HotelSearch-GetPartialView = 0,0156258

The carry-on guide

Free Download
Prague PDF Guide
GuideList-GetPartialView = 0
CommonInfoZoneInfo-GetPartialView = 0
Gallery_3xN_Small-GetPartialView = 0,0468787
JoinUs-GetPartialView = 0
AdvValica-GetPartialView = 0
AdvValica-GetPartialView = 0
Footer-GetPartialView = 0
AdvValica-GetPartialView = 0
AdvValica-GetPartialView = 0