Places to visit in Prague
Arguably the most significant and important of Czech monuments. Founded in 880 by Prince Bořivoj of the Premyslid Dynasty, Prague Castle is considered to be the largest coherent castle complex in the world. With many historical building from the Old Royal Palace, St. George’s Basilica and Golden Lane, you’ll have plenty to browse and take in.
The National Gallery
Managing the largest collection of art in the Czech Republic, the National Gallery is where all art enthusiasts should be spending their time. There are countless exhibitions on throughout the year and the collections are not just situated in one building but are within many historic structures in Prague. You’ll be able to see the works of artists like Picasso, Monet, Van Gogh, Rodin, Gauguin, Cézanne, Renoir, Schiele, Munch, Miró and Klimt throughout your trip.
The National Theatre
From drama, ballet to opera, you’ll be able to enjoy a good night out after a long day/week ironing out a business deal. With plenty of productions put on throughout the year, you’re sure to find the one that suits your frame of mind and taste. Entertainment at a great price.
The Old Town Square
Featuring exquisite architecture and monuments to martyrs, the Old Town Square makes for a serene and humbling walk. Monuments of interest include the Jan Hus Memorial, St Nicholas Church and the Old Town Hall. Be sure to make some time for this culturally rewarding sector.
With a total length of 515.8 metres, the Charles Bridge is one of many stunning landmarks in Prague. It began construction in 1357 under the reign of Charles IV and crosses the Vltava River in style. For great views and stunning architecture, this is perfect for a walk to clear your head and gather your thoughts.