Things to do in Praga
Prague, the Czech capital, is one of the most complete cities in Europe. In its streets, history, culture and new trends coexist naturally.
Karlovy Vary is one of the Czech Republic’s loveliest towns and a European mecca for spa lovers. A fantastic option for an excursion from Prague.
Less well known than its big sister Prague, Brno surprises and impresses visitors with its university vibe, its cultural life and its Functionalist architecture.
Prague Castle, which houses St Vitus Cathedral and a large collection of historic buildings, is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the city.
This small city, one of the most beautiful locations in the Czech Republic, should be high on your list of places to visit on a trip from Prague. You’ll be blown away by its majestic castle.
There are dozens of options for eating in Prague and enjoying the best of Czech cuisine at affordable prices in charming and historic locations.
During the Christmas months, Prague’s streets turn snow white, street markets spring up in its squares and the city’s towers become spontaneous viewpoints.
The town of Kutná Hora, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is known for its unclassifiable ossuary but is also home to more treasures. Discover them just one hour away from Prague.
Prague’s Astronomical Clock, built with the most advanced technology in the fifteenth century, is one of the most visited sights in the Old Town of the Czech capital.
The horrors of Nazism were also suffered by what is now the Czech Republic. Barely 60 kilometres from Prague is the Terezín concentration camp and ghetto.