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Prague, Czech Republic

Prague Hotels

Prague is not only the capital of the Czech Republic; it is also the largest city in the country. It has a 1,000-year-old history and is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. It is one of the culture capitals of Europe and lovers of history and art will be in their element as there are many fascinating museums and galleries to explore. There are also many beautiful parks and forests to relax in. Churches, which are a must-see as the architecture of many of them is second to none, can be found in every district. Dining and shopping opportunities are in abundance, with both international and local cuisine being served in many top-class restaurants.

Top Attractions

Thirty years ago, Prague was a mystery to travelers in Europe; now, however, it is one of the most popular destinations on the continent, drawing about 4 million visitors each year. Prague offers a compact city center, a fascinating centuries-long history, splendid examples of Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, Renaissance and Art Nouveau architecture, scores of palaces, churches, parks and squares, delicious local Czech beer and food and reasonable prices. An overview of the top ten tourist attractions in Prague:

  • Powder Tower
  • Dancing House
  • Old New Synagogue
  • Tyn Church
  • Mala Strana
  • Wenceslas Square
  • Prague Astronomical Clock
  • Prague Castle
  • Old Town Square
  • Charles Bridge

Where to Stay

The bohemian city of Prague, with its skyline of gothic spires and narrow cobbled streets, is perfect for a romantic city break. It also offers many cultural hotspots, including Kafka's house and the Mozart Museum. Staré Město is Prague’s old town and is where to stay in Prague if you want to be in the heart of the action. Staré Město is home to the medieval Astronomical Clock, sleek designer shops and raucous nightlife. Linked to Malá Strana via Charles Bridge, the snaking alleys feature Gothic, baroque and Renaissance façades where crowds linger late into the night in cellar bars and clubs. Josefov, the Jewish Quarter to the north combines ancient and modern with intricate synagogues next to hip boutiques and traditional cafés vying with fusion restaurants. Named after the emperor Josef II, Josefov is architecturally magnificent and cosmopolitan, altogether an appropriate home for writer Franz Kafka.

How to Reach Your Hotel

The Prague airport is located about 15 km/9 miles from the city center. It takes approximately 25 - 30 minutes (40 minutes in heavy traffic) to reach the center by car and about 30 minutes on public transport (bus + subway). After you get off your flight in Prague, you will have several options of arriving at your destination: public transportation, taxi, a shuttle company, or a pickup previously arranged with your hotel. Public transportation provides the cheapest way of getting to downtown Prague. It is easy to use, clean, reliable, and runs frequently. Taking public transport will include some walking and the buses and subway can be crowded at peak hours, so if you have a lot of luggage, you may want to take a taxi or use a door-to-door transfer service.

Landmarks

  • Alfonso Mucha Museum
  • Archbishop's Palace
  • Astronomical Clock
  • Belvedere or Royal Summer Palace
  • Bertramka Villa or Mozart Museum
  • Besřich Smetana Museum
  • Bethlehem Chapel
  • Bílek Villa
  • Black Rose
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Brevnov Monastery
  • Capuchin Monastery
  • Carolinium
  • Central Military Hospital
  • Cerna Ruze
  • Charles Bridge
  • Charles University
  • CharlesUniversity Botanical Gardens
  • Chateau Ctěnice
  • Church of Our Lady before Týn
  • Church of Our Lady Beneath the Chains
  • Church of Our Lady of the Snows
  • Church of Our Lady Victorious
  • Church of Saint Nicholas
  • Church of St. Giles
  • Church of St. Ignatius
  • Church of St. James
  • Church of St. John on the Rock
  • Church of St. Martin in the Wall
  • Church of St. Ursula
  • Clam-Gallas Palace
  • Czech Museum of Fine Arts
  • Czech Museum of Music
  • Czech Police museum
  • Dancing Building
  • Dvóřák Museum
  • Emaus Monastery
  • Faust House
  • Flora Palace
  • Franciscan Garden
  • Golden Lane
  • Havelská Market
  • Havlíèkovy Sady
  • High Synagogue
  • Hlavni Nadrazi Station
  • Hotel Grand Europa
  • House of the Golden Ring
  • Hradcany
  • Hunger Wall
  • Jan Hus Monument
  • Jewish Museum
  • Jewish Quarter
  • Jewish Town Hall
  • Jindřišská Tower
  • John Lennon Wall
  • Josefov
  • Jubilee Synagogue
  • Kampa Island
  • Khamoro
  • Kinsky Palace
  • Kinsky Summer Palace
  • Kotva Department store Prague
  • Lapidarium
  • Lebedour and Pfaffy Gardens
  • Lesser Quarter
  • Lichtenstein Palace
  • Lobkowicz Palace
  • Loreto
  • Maisel Synagogue
  • Mala Strana
  • Martinic Palace
  • Mucha Museum
  • Municipal House
  • Museum of Communism
  • Museum of Decorative Art
  • Namesti Republiky Station
  • Na Porici Street
  • National Gallery
  • National Museum
  • National Technical Museum
  • National Theater
  • New Town
  • New Town
  • New Town Hall
  • New Years Eve Prague
  • Old Jewish Cemetery
  • Old New Synagogue
  • Old Royal Palace
  • Old Town
  • Old Town Hall
  • Old Town Square
  • Palace of the Lords Kunštadt and Podĕbrady
  • Petrin Tower
  • Pinkas Synagogue
  • Powder Tower
  • Prague Castle
  • Prague City Center
  • Prague Congress Centre
  • Prague Old Town
  • Prague Planetarium
  • Prague Public Transport Museum
  • Prague State Opera
  • Prague Zoo
  • Praha hlavni nádrazí station
  • Praha-Holešovice hadrazí station
  • Rudolphinum
  • Ruzyne International Airport
  • Sberatel
  • Slav and Střelecký Ostrov
  • Smetana Hall
  • Smichov
  • Spanish Synagogue
  • St. Agnes Convent
  • Star Hunting Lodge museum
  • Statue of St. Wenceslas
  • Stĕfánik Observatory
  • Sternberg Palace
  • St. George's Basilica
  • St. Martin's Rotunda
  • Storch House or House of the Stone Madonna
  • St. Vitus Cathedral
  • Tesco Department Store in Prague
  • The Jaroslav Memorial or the Blue Room
  • Torture Museum
  • Troja Palace
  • Valentine's Day in Prague
  • Vinohradský Pavilon
  • Vinohrady
  • Vltava River
  • Vrsovice
  • Vrthouska Gardens
  • Vysehrad
  • Vysehrad Cemetery
  • Vyšehrad Citadel
  • Wallenstein Palace
  • Wenceslas Square
  • Zizkov

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