Prague Guide

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Prague Guide

Stepping into Old Town Square of Prague will take you back in time. Dating back to the late 12th century, the Old Town Square started life as the central marketplace for Prague. Over the next few centuries, many buildings of Romanesque, Baroque and Gothic styles were built around the market. The most notable sights in the square are the Old Town Hall Tower with the Astronomical Clock and the stunning St. Nicholas Church. There is a Jan Hus statue in the center of the square that is a popular meeting point for the locals.

Without doubt the dominating feature of Prage is its Castle. It is the largest ancient castle in the world. It has always been the seat of Czech rulers as well as the official residence. It was constructed in the 9th century by Prince Bořivoj and the castle transformed itself from a wooden fortress surrounded by earthen bulwarks to the imposing form it has today. The ancient Charles Bridge cannot be missed. If you party in one of the clubs nearby go to the bridge and enjoy the sunrise from there. One of the most beautiful things you’ll ever see.

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Escaping the Crowds: Top Things to see in Prague

Escaping the Crowds: Top Things to see in Prague

Prague is not only one of the most-visited cities in Europe, but also in the world. Tourists flock here year round, but especially in the months of May and June when th city hosts some amazing events such as the Prague Fringe Festival. If you're looking to get away from the hustle and bustle and discover some of Prague's hidden charms, read on!

What to see in Prague

What to see in Prague

One could spend weeks exploring Prague's back streets and churches so to make the most of a short time in the city read our What to see in Prague guide and you won't miss a thing!

What to eat in Prague

What to eat in Prague

Nightlife in Prague

Nightlife in Prague

Prague Coffee Festival 15th and 16th November 2014

Prague Coffee Festival 15th and 16th November 2014