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Prague is one of the best-preserved and most architecturally beautiful cities in the world.
The Old Town Square is an oasis for tourists, its long history encompassing architectural styles from the Gothic to the Baroque. It contains the world-famous Astronomical Clock, with its clockwork figures emerging on the hour, as well as St Nicholas’ Church.
Nearby is the Jewish Quarter, the best-preserved complex of Jewish historical monuments in Europe. You can go on guided tours of the Jewish Quarter; walk in the footsteps of the Golem to Franz Kafka’s house.
Charles Bridge is a marvelously romantic location, lined with statues, full of street artists and much visited by tourists, linking the Old Town with Mala Strana, the ‘Lesser Town’, and Prague Castle.
Prague Castle is Prague’s most popular tourist attraction, and one of the largest in the world, with galleries and exhibits including one of the world’s largest toy museums, the famous gothic St. Vitus Cathedral as well as the picturesque Golden Lane.
Prague Zoo is regarded as one of the very best in Europe, and you could spend the whole day with the kids there; they even have their own kids’ zoo within. The adjacent Botanical Gardens are also worth a visit.
The Municipal House is an Art Nouveau treasure, which hosts many concerts and exhibitions of work by celebrated artists. Prague State Opera and the National Theatre are other spectacular venues which almost upstage the performances. You could go and see Mozart’s Don Giovanni in the Estate Theater where it was originally performed, then see it performed by a marionette theatre. Another peculiarly Czech mode of performance is the Black Light Theater, where stories are told through mime and light rather than words.
For marvelous Prague views, climb Petrin Hill, then to the top of Petrin Tower, a small replica of the Eiffel Tower. A cruise on the Vltava River with stunning Prague Castle views is another unique way to explore the beauty of this city.
Prague is also a great shopping destination, with many international as well as luxury brand shops. Spend an afternoon in the largest city shopping mall Palladium or stroll through the luxury world brand boutiques on Parizska Street.
For those who want a day of activity, there are a range of golf courses in the vicinity of the city, Karlstejn is the most popular and spectacular Prague golf course, with its medieval Karlstejn castle views.
Why not explore beyond Prague? Enjoy a day trip to some of the beautiful nearby towns, such as the famous spa Karlovy Vary, the picturesque medieval town of Cesky Krumlov, or Kutna Hora with its famous gothic cathedral.