Prague Things to Do

  • View of Old Town from Charles Bridge
    View of Old Town from Charles Bridge
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  • The Old Royal Palace
    The Old Royal Palace
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  • View from Petrin Park
    View from Petrin Park
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  • 51. King Wenceslas Monument

    The Statue of King Wenceslas – Patron Saint of Bohemia, I found at the top of Wenceslas Square in-front of the National Museum. I like statues where Horses are involved, and this was one of them. The...

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  • 52. Letna Park

    There are two outdoor bars where you can see Prague and the river Vltava. In warm weather it's a great place to chill out with your friends when it's getting dark. One of my favorite places to hang...

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  • 53. Jewish Museum

    When we got to Prague, we had already walked through the Jewish quarters in Budapest and Vienna so we were expecting to see something somewhat similar - i.e., not exactly worth the detour, except for...

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  • 54. Astronomical Clock

    I think if you come to Prague, you can't miss seeing this! The clock work looks like an amazing piece of construction. Constructed in 1490, it has stopped working many times and survived war. It was...

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  • 55. Clementinum

    Once a collection of religious buildings, today the Clementinum house the National Library along with numerous chapels and concert halls. Check out the nightly classical music show in the Mirror...

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  • 56. Hundred spires of Prague

    Coming from an area as flat as Louisiana, I love aerial views, and I try to get them wherever and whenever I can. Getting that panoramic view is never a problem in Prague. In addition to the Petrin...

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  • 57. Metronome

    The location of the Prague Metronome was once the sight of an enormous statue of Josef Stalin. The statue was unveiled on 1st May 1955 and was the largest in the world. Fortunes change and Stalin was...

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  • 58. Slavin Cemetery

    The other one castle of Prague was located in Vysegrad. Now here some remains of castle left, St. Peter and Paul Church and famous cemetery. This cemetery could be called as burial place (since 1869)...

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  • 59. National Marionette Theater

    The Marionette Muzeum is located in a very beautiful old space from 16 centery. The museum is on a main tourist route in Prague.There are also many Marionette theatre like the Theatre Na Mùstku (Na...

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  • 60. Old-New Synagogue

    It is the oldest working synagogue in Europe and one of Prague’s earliest Gothic buildings (it was built around 1270). You will certainly be impressed by the Holy Ark from the eastern wall, in which...

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  • 61. Church of St. Cyril & St. Methodius

    This Orthodox church was built in honour of St. Cyril and St Methodius, the men responsible for the Slavonic alphabet. However, most people know about this church because of what happened here on the...

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  • 62. Mala Strana

    The curch of Panny Marie Vitezne is known under few names, those in Czech are too complicated so let me write translation in English only; the Church of Our Lady Victorious and Saint Anthony of Padua,...

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  • 63. Monument to Victims of Communism

    Located at the base of Petrin Hill on Ujezd Street in Mala Strana is where I found the "Victims of Communism Memorial," dedicated to the victims of the Communist era between 1948-1989. I doubt if...

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  • 64. Nove Mesto - New Town

    We spent a couple of hours walking around Prague's Nové Město which, as its name indicates, is the newest part of Prague. It dates back to the 14th century and was founded by King Charles IV to...

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  • 65. The Royal Route

    Built in 1668 for the count Cernin of Chudenice, the emperor's ambassador in Venice, the Cernin Palace has a facade 150 meters long. Its dominant position on the hill in front of the Sanctuary of...

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  • 66. Pinkas Synagogue

    This Jewish temple was constructed in 1479 b Rabbi Pinkas. He was quite wealthy member of Jewish community. The synagogue is unique as it serves as memorial. The walls of it are decorated by names of...

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  • 67. Spanish Synagogue

    Spanish synagogue name is nothing associated here with traditional Spain, but with Moorish style of synagogue’s interior, more or less Arabic feature, applied in Spain as well. The synagogue was...

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  • 68. Kinsky Palace

    The Kinsky palace, a beautiful Rococo building right on Old Town Square today houses the National Gallery. Its collection is Asia and the Mediterranean., though the focus is on Asia and the Middle...

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  • 69. National Technical Museum

    This museum is crammed full of interesting exhibits dating from the earlist aircraft and motor vehicles to very modern exhibits. The main exhibition hall is very light and well laid out. Its easy to...

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  • 70. Day trip - Karlstejn

    The Castle 'Karlštejn' is situated about 40 km. far from Prague and is certainly the most important medieval castle built under Karel IV. It was built to serve as a treasury for coronation jewels and...

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  • 71. Smetana Museum

    Muzeum Bedricha Smetany is dedicated to the life and works of Czech composer Berdich Smatana (1824-1884). The museum is situated on the right bank of the river Vltava, right next to Charles...

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  • 72. Stare Mesto Church

    The Church of St. Salvator (or Most Holy Saviour church) is part of buildings forming the complex of Klementinum, which is the oldest Jesuit college in Czech. This church is, with no doubts, one of...

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  • 73. Cernin Palace - Cerninsky Palace

    Czernin Palace is a very large building near "Our lady of Loreto' Church. Unfortunately, as it is used as the offices of Foreign Affairs. It is now visited by presidents, ministers of foreign affairs...

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  • 74. Jewish Synogogues

    Looking at the Old New Synagogue in the Jewish quarter, I could tell that it was a very old Church. It is the main synagogue of the Prague Jewish community and has been for more than 700 years. It is...

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  • 75. New Town Hall

    Despite its name, New Town Hall was built almost at the same time as the Old Town Hall - the name refers to its location, in Prague's Nové Město, rather than to the time of its construction....

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