In 1992, the city center of Prague was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. It reflects its centuries-long history, during which outstanding attractions and buildings were created and are still well preserved today. The Czech metropolis' diverse offerings range from exciting culture, varied architecture and romantic atmosphere to breathtaking views, beautiful parks and the best beer in the world. So there is definitely something for every travel taste here:
Among the most famous sights of the Czech capital is the Charles Bridge, an iconic bridge that crosses the Vltava River and is adorned with statues. At City Hall, you can see a marvel of medieval engineering - the Astronomical Clock. Every hour here you can watch the procession of figures and listen to the accompanying chimes.
During your exploration, you cannot miss the Tyn Church, where the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe is buried. The Gothic building dominates the silhouette of Prague's Old Town. And last, but not least, Prague Castle, one of the largest castle complexes in the world, is enthroned on a hill. Various architectural styles such as Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque are combined here. In addition to a wonderful view of Prague, the St. Vitus Cathedral impresses here.
You can experience traditional as well as modern art and culture in the museums, galleries and theaters of the city. Or visit one of the many cultural events and festivals that are held in Prague throughout the year.
The exciting metropolis is also famous for its lively nightlife with cool bars and clubs. The city's beer culture is also legendary - so enjoy a cold Czech beer.
Green oases abound in Prague: Take a breath in Letná Park, for example, with panoramic views of the city, and marvel at a miniature Eiffel Tower in Petřín Hill with its beautiful gardens. During a boat tour on the Vltava River, you can explore the multifaceted European metropolis in a relaxed way from the water.