Prague is a beautiful city with a unique personality that can entertain the entire family. Many of the Czech Republic’s most famous attractions can be found within the city, including the Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, and Wenceslas Square. Along with its rich history, Prague is one of the most visited cities in Europe.
You’ll find that each quarter in Prague offers multiple opportunities to go exploring.
In Lesser Town, you’ll find Prague Castle. Stop by St. Vitus Cathedral and you might get a chance to view the Czech Crown Jewels. The Baroque Pisek Gage, the Lennon Wall, and Kampa Island are additional sights to consider seeing.
In the Old Town, you’ll get to see the beautiful Gothic Powder Tower. It’s also where the Astronomical Clock and the Church of Our Lady before Tyn, a 14th century masterpiece, happen to be. Be sure to linger in the Old Town Square.
In New Town, you’ll find numerous hidden gems in Wenceslas Square. The National Museum is in this district, along with the quirky Dancing House, while Charles Square is one of the best parks that the city of Prague offers. Don’t miss the National Museum or the Mucha Museum.
Then in Vinohrady and Zizkov, you’ll have several religious sites to tour, Vitkov Park, and a mix of architecture from Baroque to Art Noveau to enjoy.
Prague is one of those cities that invites you to stay, then tempts you to never leave. Make your way here and you can have an amazing experience.