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  • Golden Lane in Prague
    Ocated in the northern area of the Castle district, Golden Lane is a small street with picturesque and colorful houses, some of them date back to the 16th century. The name of the street has got two possible origins. One is that the [...]
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  • Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock
    One of the most beautiful buildings in Prague is the Old Town Hall, but it's architectural beauty looses it's importance when you first glance at the 15th century Astronomical Clock. This special clock does not show the hour and [...]
    D: 2.1mi00
  • Dox Center for Contemporary Art
    A combination of very large and very small spaces characterises Dox Center for Contemporary Art best. The main hall is 7000 square feet large and its walls 100 m tall. This gives home to major exhibitions. In the tower of the building there [...]
    D: 1.8mi00
  • Charles Bridge in Prague
    If you make a must see list before you go to Prague, Charles Bridge has to be on your list. This wonderful Gothic bridge was ordered by Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV and built in 1357. Now it's a pedestrian area and is a meeting spot of [...]
    D: 3.7mi00
  • Strahov Monastery and Library
    In 1143 Vladislav II founded Strahov Monastery, the second oldest of its kind in Prague. It is the home of Premonstratensian monks and a wonderful library with an exceptional collection of theological and philosophical works.The quarters [...]
    D: 3.5mi01
  • Franz Kafka Museum
    As Prague is the birthplace of Kafka, this genius of literature, Franz Kafka Museum is a must see if you're in the city. The museum was moved here from Barcelona in 1999, and let's admit, Prague is a much better place for it as the [...]
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  • Art Deco Galerie
    If you want to buy a really stylish souvenir and have some extra money to spend, Art Deco Galerie is a great place. They sell items from the golden era of the city, the 1920s and '30s. They have a lot of nice things from tiny perfume [...]
    D: 2.1mi00
  • Old Jewish Cemetery
    One of the oldest Jewish cemeteries in Europe and generally one of the most crowded ones in the world is Prague's Old Jewish Cemetery. It dates back to the 15th century and there are more than 20,000 people buried in this 1 block area. [...]
    D: 2.2mi00
  • Bethlehem Chapel
    There are quite many old churches in Prague, but Bethlehem Chapel is unique among them. This is the chapel where, in the early 15th century Jan Hus, the famous Czech theologian raised his word against the corruption of the Catholic Church [...]
    D: 2.2mi00
  • Museum of Communism in Prague
    The whole place has got an interesting air of being made by hobby-historians. The Museum of Communism is in a small place and looks a little chaotic at first sight, nothing like the House of Terror from Budapest. Still, it is a good [...]
    D: 1.8mi20
  • Church of St. Nicholas in Prague
    I do love Prague for many reasons and let me admit, the Church of St. Nicholas is one of them. The church is a breathtaking example of the baroque architecture from the early 18th century. While the outside might not look that sparkling [...]
    D: 2.8mi00
  • St. Vitus Cathedral
    The most important and well known church in the Czech Republic, St. Vitus Cathedral dominates the skyline of Prague. It is located on the 3rd courtyard of the Prague Castle and is a burial ground of Czech kings, presidents and other [...]
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  • Dancing House in Prague
    Maybe the most interesting example of modern architecture in Prague is the Dancing House (also called Fred and Ginger). It was constructed in 1996 by the famous Canadian architect Frank Gehry and Czech architect Vlado Milunic. The curved [...]
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  • Kampa Island
    If you go towards Lesser Town from Charles bridge, you will see Kampa Island on the left side. It is bordered by Vltava on one side and on the other one by Devil's Stream, a small artificial creek. Kampa is much more tranquil than the [...]
    D: 2.6mi00
  • Prague Castle
    There is so much to see and do in Prague Castle that you will have to give it at least one afternoon. But then, it's perfectly worth every second. The Castle is actually a whole town of wonderful sights: the Royal Palace, galleries, a [...]
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  • National museum - the worl in pictures
    This 'exhibition' it could be made by everyone, who want to enjoy this proposal. Is a brand new initiation, it is an ambition to the museum could quickly become one of the largest photo database, made by everyone, from different cities, [...]
    D: 0.2mi10
  • Famous city of the Fenstersturz
    Take a look at the Karls bridge and the city palace Hradschin. There the 30years war begun, when the people threw the officers of the emperor out of an window. [...]
    D: 1.7mi10

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Prague Travel guide

Often called the City of a Hundred Spires because of its many churches and towers, Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic. Unlike much of central Europe, the city was largely undamaged in World War II (1939-1945) and the cityscape is stunning. Due to this, since the fall of Communism in 1989, Prague has become a major tourist attraction, bolstering the city’s economy. Prague has two parts: Old Town and New Town, which lie on the eastern bank of the Vltava River. The historic center of the city, Old Town, developed in a valley on the banks of the river. Many bridges link the two parts of the city, the most famous of these being the [...]
 
 
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  • $522SAS Scandinavian Airlines flight SAS Scandinavian Airlines 
    FromToDepartureTime
    Washington DC, DC (IAD)Prague, CZ (PRG)05/04/202405:15 pm
    Prague, CZ (PRG)Washington DC, DC (IAD)05/13/202409:00 pm
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  • $665SAS Scandinavian Airlines flight SAS Scandinavian Airlines 
    FromToDepartureTime
    Newark, NJ (EWR)Prague, CZ (PRG)05/08/202405:15 pm
    Prague, CZ (PRG)Newark, NJ (EWR)05/20/202403:05 pm
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  • $700Multiple Airlines flight Multiple Airlines 
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    Toronto, ON (YYZ)Prague, CZ (PRG)05/07/202409:55 pm
    Prague, CZ (PRG)Toronto, ON (YYZ)05/14/202410:25 am
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