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
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    View from Petrin Park
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  • 51. Church of Our Lady Victorious

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Irish brides traditionally placed a statue of the Infant of Prague outside the door on the eve of their wedding to ensure good weather. My Irish grandmother had a particular devotion to the Infant,...

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  • 52. Hradcanske Square & Mathias Gate

    Castle Square is surrounded by many Palaces! The square is infront of Prague Castle, so I had to walk through it to reach the Castle. The difference between myself and most people who come here, is...

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  • 53. 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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  • 54. Alphonse Mucha Museum

    4 out of 5 stars

    I am a fan of Salvador Dali's work. In fact we own some of the Dante's Divine Comedy Canto prints and a signed Dali lithograph. So, visiting the exhibit was fantastic! I saw additional works by Dali I...

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  • 55. Krizik Fountain -Krizikova Fontana-

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    At the end of our tour around Prague we had a pleasure to see this wonderfull show. It is a mixture of ballet, music, lights,fountains, fire and even a projection on water. It is so colourfull that...

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  • 56. Spanish Synagogue

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 57. Red Light District

    Prague's historic red light areas shouldn't be missed on any trip to Czech Republic. The famous brothels operate nightly and you can get an up close look if you ask around. The locals know these...

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  • 58. Music-Concerts

    There are lots of offers for various concerts all over the city. The price seemed to range around 500 ck. There were classical guitar music , showtoons, and classical orchestras. We finally chose a...

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  • 59. 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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  • 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. Museum of Comunism

    I was frankly rather surprised that Prague, the center of one of the more conservative of the East Bloc countries, had a rather small museum about Communism. Realistically, it hasn't been all that...

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  • 62. Opera

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The State Opera in Prague has the most dreadful location of any opera house I can think of. The front entrance is cut off from the city by a high-speed four-lane motorway called Wilsonova with no...

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  • 63. Synagogues

    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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  • 64. Clementinum

    Klementinum or Clementinum is large complex of buildings situated next to the Charles Bridge. Its name comes from a chapel dedicated to Saint Clement in the 11th century. In the medieval period a...

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  • 65. Boat Tour - Cruise

    For about 100 Kc per hour, you can rent a paddleboat for up to 4 people and "cruise' the river Vltava with Karlovy Lazne, Charles Bridge and the Castle in direct view. It is probably the best and...

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  • 66. 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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  • 67. 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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  • 68. Toy Museum

    4 out of 5 stars

    This museum was opened in 1989 in Burgrave’s House and now days is the second largest toy museum in the world. It is situated in the Prague Castle premises, in the former Supreme Burgrave’s House,...

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  • 69. Church Of St. Francis

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Church of St. Francis of Assisi is an Early Baroque church with a monumental brick dome which was built in 1679-89. There are underground rooms with a chapel beneath the church. St. Francis Church...

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  • 70. Street Scene

    There are a number of side streets that hold lot more interest than fighting through the crowds on the main thoroughfare. We found these to be delightful and the prices are much better than what many...

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  • 71. Namesty Republiky

    4 out of 5 stars

    Namesty Republiky is busy square, people don't stop here just passing by to reach other city destinations. It is also busy because of its metro station, which is one of the most important city station...

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  • 72. Letna Park -Letenske Sady-

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    LETNA...rules in the summer..i love that area...4 those of u who are staying longer and are bored of all those tourist areas come up here and have a drink or just chillax...that´s where most young...

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  • 73. Troja Chateau -Trojsky Zamek-

    4 out of 5 stars

    Located in Prague but north of Old Town. It was easy too get to with public transportation. From Old Town Prague we entered the metro station at Mùstek, the B line or Yellow line towards Cerný Most....

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  • 74. Kinsky Palace

    4 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 75. National Marionette Theater

    4 out of 5 stars

    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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