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This public space is as important to the people of Prague today as it was a thousand years ago.
This iconic structure with sculptures spans the Vltava River and connects the historic Lesser Town on the west bank with the Old Town on the east bank.
Prague’s busiest boulevard is great for both shopping and nightlife and has a history as a gathering point for local uprisings and celebrations.
Witness the changing of the guard ceremony at this medieval fortified complex that is now the seat of the President of the Czech Republic and also houses the huge St. Vitus Cathedral.
The hourly show put on by this early 15th-century masterpiece on the Old Town Hall is a must-see event that draws the crowds.
This modern building, which houses a bar and restaurant, stands out from Prague’s traditional cityscape.
Walk beneath this imposing structure and imagine life during the time when Prague was a walled city.
Prague National Theatre is a favorite theater with a storied past in Prague. Experience the acclaimed theater scene and fascinating museums in this culturally rich area.
Within the grounds of the Prague Castle lies this highly revered church, home of the Czech crown jewels and seat of the archbishop of Prague.