Overview

Holding nearly a thousand years of untouched historical beauty, a visit to Prague is like stepping back in time. The perfect city to wander the labyrinth of cobbled streets, guiding you to the impressive cathedrals, high towers, medieval palaces, hidden courtyards, and old galleries. Greeting you at every twist and turn, every building, tower, street, feels just like a fairy tale town. Prague also boasts one of Europe’s best-known tourist attractions, and a ‘must see’ for visitors to the city - the Old Town Hall Tower & Astronomical Clock draws crowds every hour, on the hour to watch in action.

What's on in Prague

15 - 19 February
Prague Kizomba & Kuduro Festival believes Kizomba, Semba and Kuduro is not just a dance to come together and have fun but its also about family, friends. Enjoy music, workshops and dancing!

05 - 14 March
One World is an annual international human rights film festival. It features thought provoking documentaries, often by lesser known directors and producers.

14 April
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds were formed in 2010 as the solo project of the former Oasis lead guitarist/songwriter. The third album, ‘Who Built The Moon?’, will be introduced in Prague.

Staff Recommends

Best Restaurant: Enjoy carefully treated beer and freshly prepared homemade food at Lokál Dlouhááá. Cooks prepare classic Czech dishes, using only fresh ingredients and spices sourced from renowned regional suppliers.

Best Shopping: Palladium Shopping Centre and Na Prikope street are the most frequently visited shopping areas in Prague.

Best thing to do in Summer: Visit Rašínovo nábřeží if you're looking for an evening drink, socially the most vibrant area on the river banks in central Prague especially on weekends.

Best Kept Secret: Dlouha street is a refuge that offers some great places to eat, meet and greet with the locals with many restaurants in the vicinity.

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