Things to do in Praga
The Church of St Nicholas, whose interior is considered a gem of Czech Baroque architecture, hosts classical music concerts and Hussite ceremonies.
Declared a Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO, Týn Church is one of the most recognised buildings on Old Town Square in Prague.
Going out in Prague is both fun and cheap. Its nightlife is amongst the best in Europe, with cabarets, jazz clubs, bars and night clubs.
Prague’s old Jewish cemetery and six synagogues attest to the importance that the Jewish community had in the Prague neighbourhood of Josefov.
Kampa Island is a haven of tranquillity and romanticism just a stone’s throw from Charles Bridge. Join us as we discover all its many charms.
Karlštejn Castle, located only a short distance from Prague, is a treasure of Gothic architecture that can be visited on a day trip.
The library of Strahov Monastery is one of the most beautiful, not just in Prague but the whole of Europe, and therefore one of the monastery’s best attractions.
A mirror maze, a unique lookout tower and a wall steeped in history are the main attractions in the lovely park on Petřín Hill in Prague.
The Lego Museum in Prague Old Town takes visitors on a journey through the history of this famous Danish toy with around 9,000 exclusive models.