Prague nicknamed the ‘the City of a Hundred Spires’ is cherished for its incredible architecture, evident in the form of castles, palaces, and cathedrals. It is the capital of Czech Republic and also the 14th largest city in the European Union and also the historical capital of Bohemia. The Old Town Square lined with beautiful baroque edifices, Gothic churches, and medieval Astronomical Clock showcase the incredible history and architecture marvel. The city is also famed for its several medieval bridges dotting the wonderful city. Apart the city is famous for its cobbled streets and outdoor cafes perfect to explore the city.
Best Things to Do in Prague
Charles Bridge: Landmark stone bridge linking Prague’s Old & New Towns, with street artists & entertainers.
Prague Castle: Vast castle complex with buildings revealing architecture from Roman-style to Gothic & 20th century.
St. Vitus Cathedral: Gothic resting place of saints including Vitus, Wenceslas & Adalbert as well as the state treasury.
Prague Astronomical Clock: Medieval timepiece on the facade of city hall displaying the twelve apostles as the clock strikes.
Old Town Square: Oldest square in the historic center with 10th-century origins, site of many Gothic buildings.
Dancing House: Curving modern office block by architect Frank Gehry, with top-floor restaurant offering city views.
Best Time to visit Prague
Peak season is spring through fall (Apr-Oct), when weather is mild. Easter (Mar/Apr, dates vary) is an important holiday, and Prague Spring (May-Jun) is an international showcase for classical music and traditional dance. Winters are long and cold, but the period between Christmas and New Year’s (Dec) is another key holiday period.