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Where to Stay in Prague

Best Areas to Stay in Prague Although Prague has a population of more than a million and occupies a large area, vast majority of the tourist attractions, culture, nightlife and accommodation capacities are located in [more…]

Prague Hlavní Nádraží (Main Train Station)

The central train station for Prague is situated directly in the city centre, less then 10 minutes’ walk from either Prague Old Town or Wenceslas Square. The Czech name and also the name of the [more…]

Prague Florenc Bus Station

Florenc is the main bus station in Prague. Almost all international buses arrive and depart here. It is also a junction of two metro lines (see Florenc Metro Station), trams and local buses. This page [more…]

Prague Airport to City Centre: All Options

Most visitors arrive to Prague via Prague International Airport (PRG), also known as Václav Havel Airport (named after the first post-revolution Czech president) or Ruzyně Airport (named after the nearby district Ruzyně, pronounced ru-zzy-nye). At [more…]

Prague Castle

Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral are the dominant features of Prague’s skyline (there are no skyscrapers in Prague city centre). Prague Castle used to be the seat of Czech Kings and today it is [more…]

Charles Bridge

Charles Bridge was built in the second half of the 14th century (completed in 1402) and it is the second oldest bridge in the Czech Republic. It was named after King Charles IV, who ordered [more…]

Astronomical Clock

The Astronomical Clock is one of Prague’s top tourist attractions. Every hour, its small performance attracts huge crowds. Astronomical Clock Location The Astronomical Clock is situated on the main wall of Old Town Hall’s tower [more…]

Old Town Square

Old Town Square is the centre of Prague Old Town, one of the oldest districts in the city and a popular tourist destination. Many houses at and near Prague Old Town Square operate as restaurants, [more…]

Wenceslas Square

Wenceslas Square is a large square in Prague city centre, between the Old Town and Vinohrady. Wenceslas Square looks like a wide street, but there is not much car traffic there. Wenceslas Square is a [more…]

Municipal House

The Municipal House is one of the most beautiful buildings in Prague and one of the monuments most visited and most photographed by tourists coming to Prague. You will find interesting things inside the Municipal [more…]

National Museum

The main building of National Museum (Narodni Muzeum) is located at the top end of Wenceslas Square, between Mezibranska and Legerova Street. It was built in 1891 by Czech architect Josef Schulz. The National Museum [more…]

National Theatre

National Theatre

The National Theatre (Narodni Divadlo) may not be as world-famous as Prague Castle or Charles Bridge, but it is equally important for Czech national identity. It was opened in 1881, during the times when the [more…]

Prague Zizkov TV Tower: Location and Directions

Zizkov Television Tower is the highest structure of Prague’s skyline. You can see it from almost any part of the city – not only thanks to its 216 metres of height, but also because it [more…]

Prague Metro Stations and Nearby Attractions

The following is an overview of all Prague metro stations with tourist attractions and places of interest listed for each. It may be useful when planning your Prague itinerary. There are three metro lines in [more…]

Prague River Vltava: Facts, Cruises, Activities & Tips

Prague River Vltava: Facts, Cruises, Activities & Tips

Besides Prague Castle and Charles Bridge, one of the dominant features of Prague’s historical centre is the river, Vltava. Like the other landmarks, it has its own story and offers a wide range of activities [more…]