Routes and strolls through Praga
Charles Bridge is the great emblem of Prague. Unless you get a photo on this bridge, with its remarkable sculptures, you can’t say you’ve been to the Czech capital city.
Known as the Golden City or the City of 100 Towers, Prague’s Old Town is straight out of a fairy-tale
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.
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.
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.
Situated on a hill on the banks of the Vltava river, this park boasts incredible views of Prague, as well as restaurants, beer gardens and trails for doing sport.
Far from the hustle and bustle of Prague, Vrtba Garden is a Baroque gem that provides refuge and unbeatable views of the city. Discover it now.
Tropical plants, Japanese gardens, rare species… These are just some of the attractions of Prague Botanical Garden, the perfect place to relax.