The most important gallery in the Czech Republic offers a number of unique exhibitions of Czech and international art. Those who can’t spare a whole day or even a few hours to explore all the exhibitions will be pleased with the option of a 30-minute quick tour accompanied by engaging commentary. To see the permanent exhibition “Art of the 20th and 21st Centuries”, head to Veletržní Palace. The permanent exhibition “The Art of Asia and the Ancient Mediterranean” at Kinský Palace includes a thousand artefacts from the ancient cultures of Asia, Europe and North Africa. “Medieval Art in Bohemia and Central Europe” is exhibited at the Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia. Sternberg Palace offers “European Art From the Classical Era Through the Close of the Baroque”, including works by such masters as El Greco, Goya and Rubens. You can also venture beyond Prague – to a chateau in Žďár nad Sázavou, where Baroque works by Karel Škréta and others are displayed, or to the Fryštát Chateau in Karviná, which displays a selection of 19th-century art from the Czech lands. Temporary exhibitions are held in the Wallenstein Riding School in Prague.