Admire the fascinating views of both the city and the Vltava River! You'll also find here such historical sights as the ruins of a watchtower, the Rotunda of St. Martin, and the Leopold Gate.
The Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul
This place deserves your special attention. The majestic neo-Gothic church impresses everyone with its huge towers, magnificent stained-glass windows, and wall paintings.
It's the largest historical square in the Czech Republic. You'll look into the real English park, admire the architecture of Catholic churches, and take photos of the eclectic New Town Hall.
The Dancing House
This curved building resembles a dancing couple. It stands out against the backdrop of other buildings and creates an amazing contrast!
The bridge is considered the main symbol of Prague. Feel free to take beautiful photos against the backdrop of the city, admire the baroque sculptures, and listen to the street performances!
For amusement, you will visit Vinárna Čertovka. The narrowest street in Prague is only 70 cm wide: it used to serve as the fire escape passage. Nowadays, it is a popular tourist attraction.
The current residence of the President of the Czech Republic consists of spacious squares, lush gardens, huge palaces, and cathedrals made in different architectural styles.
St. Vitus Cathedral
The main decoration of the castle is St. Vitus Cathedral, a true masterpiece of Gothic architecture. Its grandiose towers can be seen from almost anywhere in the city!
On its territory, you'll find a library, an art gallery, the Basilica of the Assumption of Our Lady, and the Strahov Monastery Brewery. Be sure to visit the best observation deck of Prague!
The Old Town Hall and Prague Orloj
The Old Town Hall can boast of a fascinating puppet show by the Prague Astronomical Clock. Not far from the Town Hall, you will see the Marian Column and black towers of the Church of Our Lady before Týn.
This guided tour will end at Wenceslas Square. Take a walk along the ancient buildings of museums, theatres, hotels, and banks!