Prague is full of beautiful sites and you can literally spend a week to walking around and still not to see all of them. We created a list of the most beautiful things to see in Prague and attached coordinates for you to easily find them.
Things to See in Prague
THE MOST VISITED
Of course number one is the famous piece of medieval engineering, who is witnessing our beeing for more than 700 years.
Picturesque city center location dominated by Tyn Cathedral and Old Town Hall with astronomical clock, all set in fascinating atmosphere of medieval times.
One of the largest castles in the world featuring the mysterious gothic St.Vitus Cathedral... and on the top of all... fantastic views overlooking the old town district.
Inner town island, created by developing an artificial channel for a mill purposes is also know for its Venetian feel, Franz Kafka museum and the narrowest street of Prague.
Beeing settled by jewish community as early as in 10th century, this jewish quarter also called "Josefov" is one of the oldest in Europe and therefore packed with extensive history.
Neo-Renaissance building firstly opened in 1885 is not only the base of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra but also the main venue of Prague Spring International Festival held every year in May and June.
Dominated by huge sculpture of St.Wenceslas sitting on a horse and opulent National Museum in the background, Wenceslas Square was place of many historical events and it is a traditional setting for all kind of demonstrations and celebratings today.