Things to do in Praga
With its crammed tombstones, the impressive Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague serves as a reminder of the Jews who lived in the city over the course of more than three centuries.
Black light theatre is one of Prague’s biggest cultural attractions. The light and shadow play produced on the city’s stages creates magical scenes.
St Vitus Cathedral, the Czech Republic’s most important Gothic place of worship, was the setting for the coronations of the kings of Bohemia.
The Dancing House, a modern building designed by Frank Gehry, is a mesmerising sight on the banks of the River Vltava. Its towers, Fred and Ginger, are partners joined in a dance without end.
Prague’s typical food is totally different to Mediterranean cooking: dishes are hearty and calorie-laden with intense, unforgettable flavours.
Everything from medieval castles and spa towns to fairy-tale villages and karstic landscapes. Away from Prague, the Czech Republic offers thousands of beautiful destinations that are well worth a visit.
The Vltava is Prague’s river and an important symbol of the Czech capital. Discover all there is to see and do around this famous river.
Prague has a huge range of souvenirs, from toys and puppets for children to cosmetics made from beer for adults. Here are some of the best.
Everyone passes, sooner or later, through Old Town Square, the epicentre of life in Prague, flanked by spectacular monuments.