Museums in Praga
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.
The capital city of the Czech Republic couldn’t possibly go without a huge museum, bringing together history and natural sciences.
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.
The Museum of Communism guides visitors through the regime’s history, from its establishment to the Velvet Revolution.
The Kafkian spirit is exuded by every corner of Prague, which is home to a popular museum that pays homage to one of the most influential authors in literary history.