Things to do in Praga
Opera has always played an important role in Prague, as proven by the fact that Mozart chose this city for the première of his Don Giovanni, so be sure to catch a show during your visit.
Known as the Golden City or the City of 100 Towers, Prague’s Old Town is straight out of a fairy-tale
The John Lennon Wall is one of the most photographed places in Prague thanks to its significance and eye-catching appearance. No one looks bad in a photo with this colourful wall in the background!
The Golden Lane, one of the city’s most charming spots, has been home to alchemists, sorcerers and even Franz Kafka. We reveal all of its secrets.
Anyone travelling to Prague should be sure to visit the local beer pubs and their irresistible atmosphere for the simple reason that beer is considered to be a national product in the Czech Republic.
The capital city of the Czech Republic couldn’t possibly go without a huge museum, bringing together history and natural sciences.
Prague is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. If you’re planning on visiting the city with children, this article will give you some ideas of things to see and what to do on your family holiday.
Construida en estilo gótico en 1475, la torre de la Pólvora de Praga está conectada al Ayuntamiento y vinculada a las coronaciones de los reyes.
Located at the entrance to Prague’s Old Town, this group of buildings converted into the National Library represents a unique journey into the past.
The Church of St Nicholas, whose interior is considered a gem of Czech Baroque architecture, hosts classical music concerts and Hussite ceremonies.