Climb the Old Castle Steps to Prague Castle and visit
its courtyards and the interiors of the Old Royal Palace.
From St. Vitus Cathedral, head to the Golden Lane –
a former haven for alchemists and charlatans.
Soak up the atmosphere of the Vyšehrad fortified
settlement, where before the arrival of Christianity
pagan princes prayed to their forest idols and where
today stands one of the most beautiful churches in
Relax on the terraces of the Baroque gardens below
Prague Castle and stroll through the narrow, steep
streets of the Lesser Town.
Take an early morning walk across the medieval stone
bridge, before its magnificent Baroque statues are
besieged by crowds of tourists.
Do not forget that the Old Town Square is the true heart
of Prague. What’s more, at the top of every hour you
can see a procession of the Apostles on the Old Town
Hall Astronomical Clock! Then, while enjoying a beer
or coffee under Baroque arcades, you can observe the
bustle on the square and admire the towers of Týn
Follow the footsteps of Franz Kafka and Prague’s famous
rabbis to the narrow lanes of the former Jewish ghetto.
Visit the Church of Our Lady Victorious, where pilgrims
pray to the famous Infant Jesus of Prague for protection
Go to a concert of Mozart or Vivaldi at the Municipal
House, the most magnificent Czech Art Nouveau
Surrounded by trees on the top of Petřín, you will forget
that you are in the heart of a metropolis.
Go to the Estates Theatre to see the opera The Marriage
of Figaro, where it was personally conducted by the
genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1787. This opera
has played here ever since.
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We will lead you to famous monuments and places
full of history and trace the footsteps of celebrated
personalities, all with the high-quality commentary
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Prague is said to be the “heart of Europe” and is sometimes called the “mother of
cities”. Over the centuries, people have invented such nicknames for Prague as the
City of a Hundred Spires, Golden Prague or Magic Prague – always celebrating its
architectural and spiritual richness and its mystical attraction. You will discover
the glorious history of this former imperial and royal city, which today is the lively
and modern capital of the Czech Republic, at almost every step on Prague’s storied
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