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Dotted with some of the mesmerizing places to visit in Prague, your trip would be filled with insights related to heritage, history, architecture and old world charm. The charming architectural marvels in Prague offer you a chance to stroll through the passages to the time in the past. You will get a chance to enjoy the intricate work of the artisans of the bygone era as well as enjoy the majestic. Prague places to visit consists of pristine island destinations, charming alleys, beautiful cathedrals, impeccable art galleries, robust bridges, and much more.

Spending time in these places, you will be able to establish a connection from the present time to ages in the past how the city has moved ahead with time. While Prague tourist places like Charles Bridge offer the tourists a presentation of the gothic architectural design, Zizkov Tower presents one of the weirdest thoughts of a sculptor.

While Old Town Square takes you back to the 12th century, St. Vitus Cathedral lets you uncover many historical treasures.  You can also think of visiting  the famous KGB Museum to explore some spy cameras, weapons of all kinds, weird Soviet uniforms, and even a death mask of Vladimir Lenin or head out to Prague National Theatre for a glimpse of  national identity and culture of the Czech Republic.

Here are some of the best places to visit in Prague:

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Must Visit Places in Prague


Charles Bridge

The Charles Bridge is a Gothic stone bridge connecting the Old Town and Lesser Town. The construction of the bridge was commissioned by Charles IV and it started in 1357. It is the oldest bridge on the Vltava River and was known as the Stone Bridge in the earlier years after its construction.

The bridge has a tower standing on each end. You can climb the tower to get a view of the bridge and Prague city. Many artists, musicians, and souvenir vendors are there on both sides of the bridge which is termed as one of the best Prague places to visit.

Location: Karl?v most, 110 00 Praha 1, Czechia

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Zizkov Tower

The Zizkov Tower is 700 feet high and is considered one of the weirdest buildings. This tower even made a guest appearance in the Blade II movie. In 2000, David Cerny, a rogue Czech sculptor and artist, attached some crawling babies, with bar codes instead of faces, on the side of the tower.

The observation deck of the tower offers a spectacular and panoramic view of the city. Being one of the popular Prague places to visit, the tower also has a restaurant and a luxury hotel apartment, both with an amazing view of the nearby landscape.

Location: Mahlerovy sady 1, 130 00 Praha 3-Žižkov, Czechia

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Old Town Square

Old Town Square was founded in the 12th century and it has seen many historical events of Prague. The square is dominated by numerous famous and beautiful Prague places to visit like the Old Town Hall, the Church of Our Lady before Tyn, the Baroque Church of St. Nicholas, the Gothic House at the Stone Bell, the Rococo Kinsky Palace, Jan Hus Monument and many more.

It also has the famous Prague Astronomical Clock which shows the current position of some selected celestial objects.

Location: Starom?stské nám.110 00 Staré M?sto, Czechia

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John Lennon Wall

John Lennon Wall is located across the French Embassy in a small and secluded square. After the assassination of John Lennon in 1980, an unknown artist painted an image of John Lennon on the wall along with some lyrics. Since then the wall has become the symbol of freedom, political struggle, and western culture.

The wall has been whitewashed several times but a new image of John Lennon has always been painted again. The original image of John Lennon is now long lost, but the wall still remains a symbol for love and peace with images of flowers and poems.

Location: Velkop?evorské nám?stí, 100 00 Praha 1, Czechia

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St. Vitus Cathedral

St. Vitus Cathedral, one of the most richly endowed cathedrals of central Europe, was built over a span of about 600 years. This cathedral has various historical treasures like the 14th century mosaic of the Last Judgement, the tombs of St. Wenceslas and Charles IV, the art-nouveau stained glass by Alfons Mucha, and many more such significant chapels and tombs.

The nave of the cathedral has numerous colourful stained-glass windows. The three carved wooden doors beneath the baroque organ are decorated with the reliefs of Bohemian saints. This is one of the most popular Prague places to visit, then you should not miss out if you are a history lover.

Location: III. nádvo?í 48/2, 119 01 Praha 1-Hrad?any, Czechia

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Josefov Quarter

The Jsefov or Jewish quarters are located between the Vltava river and the Old Town Square in Prague. In the 13th century, the Jewish people were ordered to leave their homes and settle in a particular area. Over the years, the ghetto suffered many structural changes, but most of the significant historical buildings were saved, telling the history of Jews in Prague.

It has six synagogues and today, all except the Old-New Synagogue, form the Jewish Museum in Prague. The museum has several Jewish artefacts collected by the Nazis from the other countries they occupied, to be placed in the museum which was then known as ‘Museum of an Extinct Race.’

Location: Prague, Czech Republic

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Wenceslas Square

The Wenceslas square was created in 1348 when the New Town was founded by Charles IV. This square has a significant spot in the historical and social events of the city. It is also the administrative and commercial centre of the city.

The square has the National Museum and statue of the national patron St. Wenceslas was built by Josef Václav Myslbek in 1912. You can also find various theatres, cinemas, banks, restaurants, hotels, administrative centres, and numerous small and large shops in these Prague places to visit.

Location: Václavské nám.110 00 Nové M?sto, Czechia

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Museum of Communism

The Museum of Communism is one of a kind tourist attraction in Prague. It shows the life of Czech people during the Soviet Union rule, displaying both the good and bad aspects of the communist period. It has several original artefacts such as propaganda arts, historical documents, archive film and photographs, military objects, and statues.

You can also see a reconstructed workshop, a school classroom, and a socialist shop. You can also find sections about the Cold war and emigration.

Location: V Celnici 1031/4, 118 00 Nové M?sto, Czechia

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Astronomical Clock Tower

Astronomical  Clock Tower is one of the oldest working astronomical clocks in the world, being more than 600 years old. It is a fascinating mix of art and mechanical engineering. This clock shows the relative positions of certain celestial objects like the Sun, Moon, Zodiac constellations, and even some other planets.

This clock is also known as The Orloj. Even the main stationary background of the clock has a plethora of information for those who are interested in reading it. There are statues dedicated to the four evils or vices and four virtues next to the dial.

Location: Starom?stské nám. 1, 110 00 Josefov, Czechia

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KGB Museum

KGB Museum is located in a small storefront of Prague and shows the artefacts, weaponry, and uniforms of KGB, Russia’s most-feared secret service, all collected by one man. It was created simply out of the obsession of the museum’s owner and he can even give you enthusiastic and guided information about every item he has collected.

Here you can see spy cameras, weapons of all kinds, weird Soviet uniforms, and even a death mask of Vladimir Lenin. There are also phones, photos, typewriters, badges, patches, and many more small items on the shelves.

Location: Vlašská 591/13, 118 00 Malá Strana, Czechia

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Vltava River

The Vltava flows in the centre of Prague and the city has been developing around it for the past 1000 years. The river has the Old Town and the New Town located on one side of it, while the Lesser Town and the Prague Castle lie on the other side of the river.

The river provides a magnificent view of the city and the numerous monuments located near it. You can also get a panoramic view of the river from the Charles Bridge. You can also find swans and other birds near the river.

Location: South Bohemia; ?Central Bohemia, Czech Republic

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Old Jewish Cemetery

Old Jewish Cemetery is the oldest surviving Jewish Cemetery in Prague with 12000 headstones toppled and clustered together. Burials in the cemetery ceased due to a decree prohibiting burials in an area where people live to avoid health risks.

The cemetery is located in the Josefov neighbourhood and part of the cemetery was displaced several times for reconstruction. Many foremost figures in the Jewish history such as Rabbi Judah Loew ben Bezalel are also buried in this cemetery.

Location: Široká 3, 110 00 Josefov, Czechia

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Spanish Synagogue

The Spanish Synagogue, the most beautiful synagogue in Europe, is located in the middle of the Jewish Quarter. It was built in the year 1868 on the site of the Old Shul, the oldest Jewish house of Prayer in Prague. It is designed in a Moorish style by Vojtech Ignatz Ullmann, the Renaissance Revival architect.

This popular building is built on a regular square plan and the central space is surmounted by a large dome, with galleries on three sides opening into the nave.

Location: V?ze?ská 1, 110 00 Staré M?sto, Czechia

Prague National Theatre

Prague National Theatre was built on the desire for national independence by the Czech people. 16th May 1868, the ceremonial foundation day of the theatre became a national celebration. The construction of the theatre was financed by the collections from Czech people and many important donors such as the nobility and the emperor.

The theatre opened in 1881 and burned down in the same year. Then it was restored by the huge collections made for the theatre and it reopened in the year 1883 and represents the national identity and culture of the Czech Republic.

Location: Národní 2, 110 00 Nové M?sto, Czechia

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St. Nicholas Church

St. Nicholas Church was built in 1735 in the place of a parish church in Old Town Square. It is a baroque church, the various parts of which were designed and executed by various well-known architects and sculptors.

The Czech army units stationed here during the Second World War worked with professional artists and helped in restoring the church, most of which we can still see. This church also hosts early evening classical music concerts which makes it one of the must visit places to visit in Prague.

Location: Malostranské nám., 118 00 Malá Strana, Czechia

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Old Town Bridge Tower

Along with the Charles Bridge, this tower was also built by Charles IV as per the designs of Petr Parler during the mid 14th century and it guards one end of the Charles Bridge. This tower was conceived as the triumphal arch and the kings used to pass through it for their coronation.

It is considered to be one of the most fascinating Gothic gateways in the world. The viewing gallery of the most popular places to visit in Prague provides a beautiful view of the city, the Charles Bridge, and the Vltava river.

Location: Charles Bridge, Karl?v most, 110 00 Praha 1, Czechia

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Dancing House

The Dancing House or the Nationale Nederlanden building is the most renowned Czech architecture after 1989. This renowned landmark is sometimes also known as ‘Fred and Ginger’ provides a breathtaking view of Prague from its terrace.

The two towers of the building resemble a dancing couple. The dome on the top of the Dancing House is called ‘Medusa’ because of its shape. Here you can find office premises, a gallery, a restaurant, and a conference centre.

Location: Jiráskovo nám. 1981/6, 120 00 Nové M?sto, Czechia

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Places To Visit with Kids and Family in Prague


Prague Zoo

The Prague Zoo was opened in the year 1931 to advance the study of zoology, educate the public, and protect wildlife. The zoo has over 10 kilometres of walking trails due to the rugged terrain.

You can see several exotic exhibitions during the walk such as the Africa House, The Valley of Elephants, the Indonesian jungle, and the Darwin Crater. There is also a Children’s zoo inside where children can pet and feed the animals.

Location: U Trojského zámku 120/3, 171 00 Praha 7, Czechia

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Prague Castle

The Prague Castle is considered an ancient symbol and one of the most significant cultural monuments of the Czech Republic. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and was founded in around 880 by the Premyslid Dynasty’s prince, Prince Borivoj.

This castle is mentioned in the Guinness Book of World Records for having the largest coherent castle complex in the entire world, measuring approximately 70000 meters square. It has many ecclesiastical buildings and palaces with various architectural styles.

Location: Hrad?any, 119 08 Prague 1, Czechia

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Deer Moat National Park

The Deer or Stag Moat National Park is located near Prague Castle and used to be a part of the northern fortification of Prague Castle. The Deer Moat is a natural ravine that was made by the Brusnice stream. You can enjoy peaceful walks along the small meadows and paths or relax on the various benches in the moat.

You can get away from the crowd and go to the whimsical Bear Keeper’s Cottage built in the National Park or take a stroll through the tunnel built in the year 2002 during your trip to one of the best places to visit in Prague.

Location: Letná, 118 00 Prague 1, Czechia

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Bobsleigh Track at Prosek Prague

The Bobsleigh track, also called Bobova Draha in Czech, located in Prosek, Prague is the ideal destination for those who seek fun and excitement. The first and only bobsleigh track in Prosek was opened in the year 2003 on a hilly area above the city.

The track is 1000 meters long and it can reach a speed of more than 60 kilometres per hour. But, it runs at the speed of your choice for your comfort. Two people can also ride the bobsleigh together. Children aged eight years or above can take the ride alone, but for children younger than that one adult alongside is compulsory.

Location: 34B, Prosecká 906, Vyso?any, 190 00 Praha 9, Czechia

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Letná Park

The Letna Park or the Letenske Sady is a huge urban park built on Letna Hill. Being one of the most popular places to visit in Prague, it offers a mesmerising view of Prague’s Old Town and the Vltava River.

You can enjoy a peaceful and relaxing picnic on the grassy lawns of the park or on the tree-lined avenue. You can also get drinks in the beer garden situated here. This park is also famous for skateboarding, rollerblading, and cycling.

Location: Letenské sady 170 00 Praha 7-Letná, Czechia

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Vojanovy Sets Park

The Vojanovy Sady Park is one of the oldest parks in Prague city and is located near the Charles Bridge. This park was originally an orchard and still has many fruit trees among its green landscape. This walled-in park is ideal for relaxing and enjoying a sunny afternoon.

You can also see peacocks and peahens roaming around in the park. The various sculptures set among the trees and bushes in the park are used as beehives. You can take a leisurely walk along its peaceful pathways of one most of the sought after places to visit in Prague.

Location: U Lužického seminá?e, 118 00 Malá Strana, Czechia

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Mirror Maze on Petrin Hill

Mirror Maze (Zrcadlove bludiste Petrin in Czech) located on Petrin Hill was built in 1891. The workers who worked on the construction of the maze in 1891 wrote their names on vanes which are situated on the roof of the maze. This building looks like a castle from the outside and the labyrinth inside is made of mirrors.

First, it will take you to the diorama of the battle between Prague and Sweden at the Charles Bridge in the year 1648. After it comes to the ‘hall of laughter’ with twisted and warped mirrors changing your appearance in the mirrors.

Location: Pet?ín Gardens, Pet?ínské sady, 110 00 Praha 1, Czechia

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Puppet Theatre Jiskra

Prague has many puppet theatres, one of which is the Puppet Theatre Jiskra. The puppet shows are about a hundred years old tradition here. The Jiskra Puppet Theatre is a traditional marionette theatre located in the outskirts of Prague.

This theatre also has shows for children aged over three years. Also, all the shows are in Czech. These shows are based on various genres like drama, comedy, fairy tales, etc. The shows happen almost every evening.

Location: Žatecká 98/1, 110 00 Josefov, Czechia

Marionette Shops in Downtown

The marionette shops in downtown Prague sell adorned and elaborately carved puppets. Here you can get traditionally handcrafted and carved puppets of various characters such as devils, clowns, kings, witches, wizards, princesses, and many more.

You can buy the puppets as souvenirs from your Prague trip. You can also get puppets of your favourite characters made by expert craftsmen and women here, but you will have to wait a few days as it takes time to complete it.

Location: Nerudova 47, 118 00 Malá Strana, Czechia

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Folimanka Park

Folimanka park is a quiet and welcoming park located under a fascinating bridge in Prague. The beautiful walls of the old city border this park partly and the Botic River also runs alongside the park. This park is small in comparison to other huge parks of Prague but still has some charming spots where you can sit and relax.

The Folimanka park also has two playgrounds where children can have some fun. There is also a free sports court for you to play football or some other games like shooting hoops with children.

Location: Prague, Czechia

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Funicular Ride

The Funicular railway was opened in Prague in 1891 and runs from the Ujezd street of Lesser Town, also called Mala Strana, to the top of Petrin Hill.

You can take a funicular ride to the top of Petrin Hill and take a walk enjoying several tourist spots such as the Petrin Lookout Tower, a church, a mirror maze, and an observatory. Then you can walk back through the trees and parkland, stopping at the Nebozizek Restaurant for rest and something to eat.

Location: Funicular Railway Petrin Hill, Lesser Town, Prague 5, Czech Republic

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Grévin Wax Museum

It is one of the oldest wax museums in Europe and is located on the Boulevard Montmartre, Prague. It was built in 1882 and was named after Alfred Grevin, its first artistic director. This museum exhibited the first animated film in the year 1894.

The museum also has the Hall of Mirrors that was built in 1900 for Paris’ Universal Exhibition. It houses wax statues of many famous people including movie stars, international figures, and athletes.

Location: Celetná 15, 110 00 Staré M?sto, Czechia

Franciscan Garden's Children Playground

The Franciscan Garden is a beautiful and peaceful place for family and children. It is located between Wenceslas Square and Jungmannovo. The garden has fountains surrounded by statues, benches, and several flowerbeds and rose bushes.

The children's playground is in the southern part of the garden and has a sandpit, a slide, a rope pyramid, climbing bridges and frames, and roundabouts for children to play. It also has small restaurants to get food and refreshments.

Location: Vodi?kova, 110 00 Nové M?sto, Czechia

Paddle Boating Along The Vltava

Vltava River is the longest river in the Czech Republic and is considered an important symbol in the Czech identity. You can rent a pedal boat or rowing boat and enjoy the view of Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge, the National Theatre, and other famous monuments from the river.

A paddle boat can fit 4 adults and after renting one, you can cruise around Prague and enjoy its fantastic views. The boat ride offers you a unique and new angle of the complexity and beauty of the monuments.

Location: Slovanský ostrov, 110 00 Praha 1, Czechia

Zofín Island

Zofin island or the Slavonic island is located on the Vltava river in the New Town of Prague. It is famous for the Zofin palace located on the island has a Neo-Renaissance architecture and was built in 1835. The palace is a cultural centre and is a famous venue for hosting concerts, conferences, balls, and exhibitions.

You can also take a stroll in the surrounding park and enjoy the view of Hradcany. Zofin Garden, the restaurant on the island, offers brunch as well as a standard menu and you can satisfy your hunger here after the tour of the island.

Location: Prague, in the Czech Republic

Places to Visit in Prague at Night


Cross Club

The Cross Club nightclub is located in the centre of Prague and its unique design displays a mix of multiple cultures, styles, and genres. This club is well known all over the Czech Republic and all over the world for its integral part in the cultural scene of Prague.

This unique club is famous for its futuristic design and unusual artefacts. It presents many artists and high-quality bands, playing the music of different genres, live and electronic both.

Location: Plynární 1096, 170 00 Praha 7-Holešovice, Czechia

Palác Akropolis

Palac Akropolis or the Acropolis Palace is a multifunctional building that is located between Zizkov and Vinohrady district. It was built in the 20th century, the early times of the independent Czech Republic.

This building includes an info centre, a theatre, a restaurant, a radio headquarters, and a club. Young artists from all around the world come here to exhibit their work in the galleries. The drinks are not expensive and thus attract large crowds on Fridays.

Location: Kubelíkova 1548, 130 00 Praha 3-Žižkov, Czechia

Beer Garden

The Beer Gardens of Prague are the best place for beer lovers who will like to taste a variety of golden drinks. There are many beer gardens in Prague and you can even sleep in the brewery for the night. Here, you can also enjoy a tasty and fulfilling breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Some of the best beer gardens of Prague are Strahov Monastery beer garden, Letna beer garden, Parukarna beer garden, etc. You can find several picnic tables in the beer gardens where you can sit and enjoy your drink.

Prague Beer Museum

The Prague Beer Museum was founded to bring all the best beers from all around the Czech Republic in one place. Prague, the beer capital has various varieties of craft beers from the breweries of villages throughout the country.

At present, the Prague Beer Museum has two pubs and they are one of the top spots for tourists coming from other parts of the Czech Republic and the world. These pubs serve 30 beers on the tap, representing the Bohemian culture of Prague.

Location: Smetanovo náb?. 205, 110 00 Staré M?sto, Czechia

Ungelt Jazz & Blues Club

The Ungelt Jazz and Blues Club is located in the Romanesque vault which is almost 1000 years old. Ungelt refers to the fee to be paid to the royal treasury by every foreign merchant visiting Prague. The Ungelt courtyard was built in the 11th century.

The club presents the best Prague jazz concerts playing jazz, funk, blues, and fusion. You can stay in the club till 1 am and on your way back you can also see the illuminated Clock Tower and Tyn Church located on the Old Town Square.

Location: 2, Týn 640, Staré M?sto, 110 00 Praha 1, Czechia

Royal Café Theatre

The Royal Cafe Theatre is the largest and most modern theatre in Prague, founded by Emmanuel Maceska in 1929. It is an iconic and multipurpose cultural venue in central Prague. This theatre runs a variety of plays, movies, art exhibitions, concerts, etc.

The theatre still has most of the original furniture and fittings including stained glass windows and lighting giving a feel of travelling back into time. The theatre was rented to Jean-Christophe Gramont by the Maceska family in 2014.

Location: Vinohradská 2165/48, 120 00 Praha 2-Vinohrady, Czechia

Municipal House

Municipal House in Prague happens to be a civic building that is home to Smetana Hall which is one of the most celebrated concert venues in the city. The municipal house is located just next to the powder gate at the heart of the city. In the bygone times, the royal court palace was used to be present here and from the year 1383 to the year 1485, the house was occupied by the King of Bohemia.

The original construction was demolished in the early 20th century and then a fresh construction was started in the year 1905. During your trip to some of the best Prague tourist places, you will get to witness the restored house.

Location: nám. Republiky 5, 111 21 Staré M?sto, Czechia

Evening Dinner on Jazz Boat Cruise

Having an evening dinner on Jazz Boat Cruise in Prague would definitely be one of the best experiences that you can relish in any of the Prague tourist places during your stay. You will be getting a chance to relax and have deletable food in the moonlight cruise down the mighty Mississippi river.

You will get to enjoy jazz music while you enjoy delicious Creole dinner and sip some exotic cocktail. While spending time on the promenade deck you will be also soaking some incredible views.

Location: Dvo?ákovo náb?. 901, 110 00 Josefov, Czechia

Offbeat Places to Visit in Prague


Golden Lane

Golden lane happens to be a street that was constructed in the 16th century to house Rudolf II’s castle guard. The name of this place is taken from the goldsmiths who lived in the same place in the 17th century. However in the past the road was also known as the Street of Alchemist as well as the Alchemists’ Alley but they never lived there.

While strolling across the Golden Lane, you will definitely come across some small houses and the ones that are painted in bright colors. Many of the houses that exist on the street are souvenir shops at the present time.

Location: Prague Castle, Czech Republic.

Backstreets of Mala Strana

Backstreets of Mala Strana can be considered as a pure visual delight as it is dotted with beautiful gardens, old cathedrals, and palaces. Strolling the streets with your loved ones, you will actually be able to find some decorative facades of buildings that date back to ages.

You can marvel at the massive dome and then venture inside to explore some frescoes and sculptures during your places to see in Prague. The street also offers you some delicious meals at the traditional czech pubs and restaurants. You will surely fall in love with the fine dining experience relishing some traditional and ethnic cuisine.

Location: Prague, Czechia

Petrin Hill and Petrin Lookout Tower

Petrin Hill and Petrin Lookout tower is a well known place with a height of about 63.5 meters and has a wonderful steel framework. The tower was built in 1891 and it resembles the Eiffel tower.

It happened to be an observation tower as well as a transmission tower in the past but at the present time it is just one of the most sought after Prague tourist places.

Location: Pet?ínské sady 633, 118 00 Praha 1-Malá Strana, Czechia

Powder Tower

Powder Tower is a tower in Prague that gets a pinch of Gothic Architectural design. Being one of the original gates of the city, it stands as a point of separation between the New and Old Town. The construction of the town began in the year 1475 and the foundation stone was placed by Vladislav II.

In the 17th century, the tower was used to store gunpowder and from this the name of powder gate came into picture for one of the popular Prague tourist places.

Location: nám. Republiky 5, 110 00 Staré M?sto, Czechia

Sedlec Ossuary or Church of Bones

Sedlec Ossuary or Church of Bones happens to be a small roman catholic cathedral that is situated beneath the Cemetery Church of All Saints. It is home to about 40000 - 70000 human skeletons. You would also be able to sight some macabre art in the walls of the church during your trip of places to see in Prague.

Tourists will surely be amazed by splendid bone chandeliers, ossuary, six enormous bone pyramids, a family crest, and skull candle holders.

Location: Zámecká, 284 03 Kutná Hora, Czechia

Kampa Island

Kampa Island is an island located in the Vltava River close to Mala Strana. While on a tour to the island, you must visit the museum which is also a popular art gallery as it displays modern art. While strolling across the museum during your trip of places to see in Prague, you will come across the private collection of Meda Mládek, wife of Jan V. Mládek.

The island was given the name Kampa after it hosted the campus for the Spanish Soldiers who used to stay here during the Battle of White Mountain.

Location: Central Prague, Czechia

Other Places to Visit in Prague


House of The Black Madonna

The House of the Black Madonna, a cubist building situated in the Old Town area of Prague, Czech Republic. It was designed By Josef Go?ár, a Czech Architect and one of the founders of modern architecture of Czechoslovakia.

Currently it is used as the Czech Museum of Cubism. The Grand Cafe Orient Restaurant situated on the first floor of the House, is the only Cubist Cafe in the World. The House of the Black Madonna is the first example of cubist architecture in Prague, and it remains probably the most celebrated.

Location: Ovocný trh 19, 110 00 Staré M?sto, Czechia

The narrowest Street of Prague

There are plenty of streets around the world that are famous for being long, short, wide or narrow. However, what sets the narrow street in Prague apart from them is that it also has a traffic light. Located in Prague’s oldest neighborhood Mala Strana, this 32 feet long street has a width of about 19 inches.

Don't miss the chance for a romantic date night with the live jazz river. Make the most of your evening with the optional a la carte dinner menu available on the boat.

Location: U Lužického seminá?e, 118 00 Malá Strana, Czechia

Haunted Houska Castle

Houska Castle, an early Gothic Castle situated to the north of Prague, Czech Republic is one of the best preserved castles of the Period. Folklore considers this castle to cover one of the gateways to Hell, built to prevent demons from reaching the rest of the world.

A Predominantly gothic chapel, a green chamber with late-Gothic Paintings and a Knight’s drawing room are the main attractions inside the Castle.

Location: North of Prague, in the Czech Republic

Sewage Plant in Bubenec

The oldest sewage treatment plant in Prague is a testament to the history of architecture, engineering and wastewater treatment. It was designed by William Heerlein Lindley and was built in between 1895 and 1906. In 1991 the whole building was declared a protected national monument and currently serves as a museum of Prague’s sewage system.

On the premises of this plant, you will get to find original spaces that have got remains of the original technology. One  will get to see the still-functional steam engine room from 1903, photographs and historical documents, a collection of narrow gauge railway vehicles and an exhibition of historical "hygiene furniture".

Location: Papírenská 199/6, 160 00 Praha 6-Bubene?, Czechia

People Also Ask About Prague

  1. What are the best places to visit in Prague at night?

    1. Prague Old Town and Medieval Underground: The Old Town of Prague is a significant part of Prague history as well as one of the famed Prague places to visit. The underground tunnels were made in the 12th and 13th century and have a dark history. Take a guided tour and know all about the history and evolution of Prague.

    2. Zizkov Television Tower: Zizkov Television Tower has been termed as the second ugliest building in the world and the tallest in Prague. It also has the highest observatory at a height of 93 meters. The tower has Oblaca Bar and Restaurant providing Czech dining and cocktails.

    3. Municipal House for Dinner: Municipal House for Dinner was built in 1912 and is a fascinating representation of Prague Art Nouveau. It hosts several exhibitions, events, and performances. It also has many beautiful lounges where you can enjoy an excellent dinner and drinks.

    4. Dinner River Cruise on the Vltava: Enjoy the beauty of Prague at a different angle from the Vltava River at night. Take a cruise on the river and enjoy the views together with gourmet food and even live performances during your trip to one of the loved places to visit in Prague. Click Here to Book: Panoramic Vltava River Cruise Prague
  2. What are the best islands to visit in Prague?

    1. Strelecky Island: Strelecky Island is located between the Slavic and Children’s Islands, near the Old Town of Prague. The longbow and crossbow shooters of Prague used to train here during the reign of Charles IV. Heading over to one of the best places to visit in Prague, you can relax after spending your time in cultural sightseeing.

    2. Trojsky Island: Trojsky Island is located between Bubenec and Troja. You can reach this island either via a footbridge on the Trojan shore or via the Bubenec Bridge. The Trojan Horse, made of pinewood, is the main attraction of this island. This island is mainly used for sports and other recreational activities.

    3. Stvanice Island: Stvanice Island is located on the Vltava river, between Holesovice, Karlin, and the New Town. It has a history dating back to 1118 and now it is used for sports. The island has 9 outdoor tennis courts and 2 indoor courts, with a capacity of seating 8000 people.
  3. What is Prague famous for?

    Prague is a famous city that is known for its well preserved castles, gothic and baroque cathedrals, dreamy bridges, lively art scene, and vibrant nightlife sports. Prague can be considered as a city that is known for its rich cultural heritage and history. During your visit, you can stroll along the medieval heart of Europe and get to learn more about the past era from the cobblestone streets.
  4. What should I avoid in Prague?

    Here are some of the things that you must avoid during your visit to Prague:

    - Concerts
    - Visiting the souvenir stores at Karlova Street
    - Wenceslas Square at Night
    - Astronomical Clock Show on the Hour
    - Overcharging at Tourist Restaurants
  5. Is Prague better than Vienna?

    Both Prague and Vienna can be considered as wonderful tourist destinations. While Vienna is known to be magnificent and grandiose, Prague tourist places are known to be picturesque and medieval. While Prague will let you chill in some of its beer gardens, Vienna will let you hang out in some of its elegant coffee houses. If you are looking for a great nightlife then Prague is considered to be a better place and if you wish to head out on sightseeing tours then you can head out to Vienna.
  6. What is Prague famous for food?

    Prague happens to be one of the best places for food that ranges from traditional goulash to pickled cheese. During your trip to this place, you must make sure that you choose to relish some of the best food like Trdelník (chimney cake), Goulash, Chlebí?ky (an open-faced sandwich), Pala?inky (Czech pancakes), Grilované klobásy (grilled sausage), Sví?ková (braised beef) with dumplings, Gingerbread at Perní?k?v Sen, Dumplings (both savory and fruit), Traditional Czech cuisine & beer at Lokal, Pickled cheese, Pork knuckle, and Moravian wine.
  7. Is Prague expensive for tourists?

    Places to see in Prague are not an expensive place for tourists. You will find budget accommodations in the city as well as some budget restaurants to offer you delectable local and international food. However, if you wish to opt for luxury vacationing experience, then you can also opt for upscale hotels. During your stay, you will have to spend around 2500 CZK (100 EUR) per day if you choose to stay in private accommodations, go to upscale restaurants, and make use of private transport. However, you can bring your daily expense close to 900 CZK if you wish to stay in hostels, go to average restaurants, and make use of public transports.
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