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For me Prague has it all. Here you really will find the perfect blend of historic influence and the modern feel of a cosmopolitan city.   Did you know that Prague’s history dates back over a thousand years?  It is a City that was sparred many bombings from WW2 and therefore is home to so truly wonderful buildings.  Many say that the city rivals any other in Europe in terms of sheer beauty

Renaissance architecture, its many world-class museums and baroque style churches and bridges, combine this with the abundance of cobbled medieval streets which are a joy to discover in the daylight and then a meander down the riverside in the evening will ensure the most wonderful day.

Top ten things to do….

  1. The Charles Bridge – this bridge was commissioned in 1357 by Charles IV to replace an older bridge that had been washed away by floods. There are 30 statues mounted to the balustrade of Charles Bridge in Prague. They form two rows, one on each side.
  2. The old town Square– The square itself is the perfect place to admire the wonderful architecture Prague has to offer
  3. The Infant Jesus of Prague (also known as the Child of Prague) is a Roman Catholic statue of Jesus Christ as an infant. Everyday hundreds of believers pay a visit to this shrine to pray, bow and make wishes hoping that they will come true.
  4. Vintage Car Lovers – Take a private tour of Prague in an oldtimer convertible vehicle. Learn about Prague history and culture as you pass some of the city’s key sights, from Prague Castle to the Dancing House, Powder Tower, and Wenceslas Square.
  5. Visit the Old Town Hall so that you can watch the spectacle of the mechanical clock marking the turn of an hour. The clock itself is on the south face of the town hall and is the pride of Prague.
  6. The Jewish quarter, also known as Josefov, is located between the Old Town and the Vltava River
  7. Vltava Cruise – Seeing Prague from the river Vltava is a unique experience and offers a way to see the many historical buildings and monuments from a different perspective.
  8. Visit St Vitus Cathedral
  9. The Lobkowicz Palace in Prague Castle – here you will find some of the first hymn sheets of music written by Beethoven and Mozart. A must is to enjoy the view form the Terrace of the Palace for a truly wonderful view of the whole city.  There is some amazing history to be told about the family who own this wonderful Palace.
  10. Why not enjoy a Mozart concert and dinner in Prague

Good to Know

Read the basic information and also some fun facts about Prague! Here you will find everything you should know…


Czech Republic

Visa Requirements

For UK Passport holders you do not need a Visa

Languages spoken


Currency Used

Koruna (Kč)

Fun Fact

Prague is known as the City of Hundred Spires, but is it true or is it just a fairy-tale and made up to attract more tourists?