Prague is said to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Take a walk on the streets laid in cobblestone, climb to the Prague Castle and admire the glorious St. Vitus Cathedral...
feel the historical and magical atmosphere of this major symbol of the Czech land. The biggest castle complex in the world covers over 7 hectares (18 acres).
St. Vitus Cathedral
the whole castle grounds are dominated by magnificent St. Vitus Cathedral, which is said to be one of the most stunning churches in Europe. You can admire the breathtaking gothic architechture of the first temple in the country and discover the important symbols of Czech statehood - the Czech Crown Jewels.
the Jewish Quarter in Prague is located between the Old Town Square and the Vltava River. There are six synagogues in the Jewish Quarter (including the Spanish Synagogue and Old-New Synagogue which is the oldest still existing synagogue in Europe), the Jewish Ceremonial Hall, and the Old Jewish Cemetery, the largest one in Europe.
John Lennon Wall
is located in Lesser Town. The wall in after John Lennon´s death) became sort of a meeting point for young people fighting against the communist regime, singing (not only) Lennon´s songs, risking to be jailed...Nowadays, the wall is filled with positive and love messages, graffitis from people all around the world.
was founded by King Charles IV in the 14th century. In 1989, large demonstrations during "the Velvet Revolution" were held here.
is Prague´s main square appreciated by historians for a rare mixture of architectural styles. Many historical monuments are to be seen here, such as unique Astronomical Clock adorning the Old Town City Hall, the fairy tale like Church of Our Lady before Týn or magnificent St. Nicholas Church.