The ‘city of a hundred spires’ is the Czech Republic’s iconic capital, which contains an expansive historic architecture district. Prepare to be amazed by Prague!
Basilica of St. Vitus and the Golden Lane have amazed visitors for
hundreds of years and the cafes and parks, all with an amazing view of
Prague, make the world’s largest ancient castle complex a site that
can’t be missed!
Right in the centre of Prague and one of the best-loved attractions in
the city. Stretching over the Vltava River, the views from the street
looking toward the castle will strike a chord with even the hardest of
Old Town Square
The magical heart of Prague and the centre of the historical Old Town. The Square is best known for the astronomical clock built in the 15th century, the statue of Jan Hus, and the many narrow, winding streets leading to and from the square.
National Technical Museum
Discover the history of transport and astronomy. A unique collection of artefacts relating to the technical development of all modes of transport and technology, especially relating to the observation of the universe. The museum is fascinating for explorers of all ages!
Petřín Lookout Tower
A view from the clouds. Prague is known as the ‘city of a hundred spires’, and the Petřín lookout tower, built in 1891 gives you the opportunity to see the Prague landscape from one of the most iconic towers in the city.
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