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A city of beautiful architecture, delicious locally brewed beers, and intriguing history. Get lost in Prague and create unforgettable memories.

From the Old Town Square that dates from the 10th century, filled with market stalls, live music, and cafés, stroll to any one of the city's sites. Highlights are the Charles Bridge, lined with baroque statues with its famous figures steeped in stories, Prague Castle, with its turrets and spires like something straight out of a fairy tale, and the John Lennon wall.


Prague Castle is the largest ancient castle in the world. Take time to explore its various buildings and do not miss the changing of the guard, which occurs at noon every day. Walk from the castle towards the river and see the John Lennon wall — named for the numerous images of him in ever-changing graffiti across the years. The wall never stays the same for long, so capture some unique pictures.

For quirkier sights, see the gigantic, barcode-faced babies around the grounds of the Museum Kampa, designed by Prague-born sculptor David Černý. Černý is also responsible for the constantly moving statue of Kafka’s head outside the Quadrio shopping center. 

Local foods to try are sausage in dark beer and Pečené vepřové koleno, roast pork knee, one of the signature dishes of Czech cuisine. This delicious dish is served with and abundance of crackling seasonal veggies. Pilsner is just one of the many Czech beers you can sample. Local breweries and brew pubs all have their own specialties, ranging from pale to dark beers, even unfiltered wheat beers and IPAs.

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Restaurant Pepr a Sul

Restaurant Pepr a Sul
Kratkeho 143/1 Prague, Czech Republic, 190 00
Czech and Central European dishes highlight the menu, but locals keep coming back for the laid-back atmosphere and friendly staff. The outdoor patio is open during the warmer months.

Grand Cru

Grand Cru
Lodecka 1181/4 Prague, Czech Republic, 110 00
Choose from 1,500 wines and premium spirits from all around the world at this converted palace. Steps from Petrske Square, Grand Cru highlights local ingredients in traditional European preparations.

Bellevue

Bellevue
Smetanovo nabrezi 18 Prague, Czech Republic, 110 00
This romantic dining destination offers world-class Czech cuisine and many options for vegan and vegetarian diners. Chic and modern, the bar is the place to be seen in Prague.

Statue of Franz Kafka

Statue of Franz Kafka
Spalena 2121/22 | Quadrio Shopping Center Prague, Czech Republic, 110 00
42 moving panels form the face of the great Czech writer Franz Kafka. The statue, by David Cerny, stands at the Quadrio shopping centre.

Lesser Town

Lesser Town
Malostranske Namesti | Praha 1 Prague, Czech Republic , 11800
One of the most historic sections of Prague, the Lesser Quarter features many Renaissance burghers' houses, baroque palaces, narrow lanes and spacious squares.

Prague Zoo

Prague Zoo
U Trojskeho Zamku 3/120 Prague, Czech Republic, 171 00
More than 5,049 animals and 676 species live in Prague Zoo. Meet them all among the 13 pavilions and 150 exhibits.

StaromEstske namEsti

StaromEstske namEsti
Stare Mesto Prague, Czech Republic, 110 00
In addition to the Old Town Hall and the Church of Our Lady before Týn, the square is dominated by the Baroque Church of St Nicholas and the Rococo Kinský Palace.

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Restaurant Pepr a Sul
Kratkeho 143/1 Prague, Czech Republic, 190 00
Czech and Central European dishes highlight the menu, but locals keep coming back for the laid-back atmosphere and friendly staff. The outdoor patio is open during the warmer months.
Grand Cru
Lodecka 1181/4 Prague, Czech Republic, 110 00
Choose from 1,500 wines and premium spirits from all around the world at this converted palace. Steps from Petrske Square, Grand Cru highlights local ingredients in traditional European preparations.
Bellevue
Smetanovo nabrezi 18 Prague, Czech Republic, 110 00
This romantic dining destination offers world-class Czech cuisine and many options for vegan and vegetarian diners. Chic and modern, the bar is the place to be seen in Prague.

Landmarks

Statue of Franz Kafka
Spalena 2121/22 | Quadrio Shopping Center Prague, Czech Republic, 110 00
42 moving panels form the face of the great Czech writer Franz Kafka. The statue, by David Cerny, stands at the Quadrio shopping centre.
Lesser Town
Malostranske Namesti | Praha 1 Prague, Czech Republic , 11800
One of the most historic sections of Prague, the Lesser Quarter features many Renaissance burghers' houses, baroque palaces, narrow lanes and spacious squares.
Prague Zoo
U Trojskeho Zamku 3/120 Prague, Czech Republic, 171 00
More than 5,049 animals and 676 species live in Prague Zoo. Meet them all among the 13 pavilions and 150 exhibits.
StaromEstske namEsti
Stare Mesto Prague, Czech Republic, 110 00
In addition to the Old Town Hall and the Church of Our Lady before Týn, the square is dominated by the Baroque Church of St Nicholas and the Rococo Kinský Palace.

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Travel Tips

When is the best time to see The Charles Bridge?

The atmosphere of the bridge is best experienced in the early morning, before the tourists hit. You will be able to capture some unique photos and really take it all in.

What is the best way to get around Prague?

An unlimited monthly transport ticket which can be used to take any combination of buses, trams and metro lines will only cost around €20. You can also book walking and cycling guided tours that range from €20–30.

Which festivals can I attend in Prague?

Naplavka, Prague’s river boardwalk area hosts numerous festivals, live music, floating beer gardens, and other live events throughout the summer months. In early autumn, the city holds a wine festival and in winter, the Christmas markets, including one of the biggest in Europe in Old Town Square, light up the streets.

Which other famous David Černý sculptures can I see in Prague?

This Czech sculptor is known for his tongue-in-cheek works of art spread all over Prague. From giant crawling babies on the sides of the TV Tower to the two statues of urinating men outside the Kafka Museum, Černý definitely makes impression. Look for his statue of St. Wenceslas riding a dead horse, a satirical nod to the statue in front of the National Museum.

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