Prague

City of a hundred spires

The best of

  • Prague Castle
  • Charles Bridge
  • Jewish Quarter
  • John Lennon Wall
  • Prague Zoo
  • Prague Beer Museum

PRAGUE – “City of a hundred spires”

Prague is known as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, some might even say the world. Especially at night, when monuments across the city shine in different colours, Prague offers an unforgettable atmosphere. It is the capital, the oldest and the largest city of the Czech Republic. 

The streets of Prague have witnessed the rise and fall of the rulers and kings of Bohemia and the emperors of the Roman and Austro-Hungarian Empires. This rich history is told through many well-preserved monuments, some of which have survived World War II and display the functionalist style of the Communist period. Among the most iconic monuments are Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge and the Clock Tower on Old Town Square, complemented by churches and cathedrals, old universities, charming narrow streets, museums and theatres. Together with modern architecture and many options of entertainment and shopping it makes an attractive city, attracting several million tourists every year, and all year round.

Especially at night, when monuments across the city shine in different colours, Prague offers an unforgettable atmosphere.

Prague is a multicultural city where you can find Slovaks, Germans Russians, Ukrainians, and those from all over South East Asia and Africa. Tourists from every corner of the world will find their countrymen and restaurants serving their national cuisine.

Prague is very popular among businessmen. The city is home to the offices of several supra-national and international companies and plays host to countless conferences, and new venues and offices are developing all the time. 

Especially in summer, Prague hosts many cultural events, both national and international. Tourists can participate in Food Festivals, listen to the famous Czech Prague Symphony Orchestra or visit the renowned National Theatre and enjoy performances of the world’s best-loved plays.