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1. Prague Castle

Prague Castle
4.5 /5

3 km
from city center
1 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Prague castle is a flagship structure of Prague dominating the city's skyline nestled on the ridge of the Hrad?any.

2. Charles Bridge (Karluv Most)

Charles Bridge (Karluv Most)
4.3 /5

2 km
from city center
2 out of 47
things to do in Prague

The historic Charles Bridge is yet another iconic structure of Prague receiving large number of tourists every year to cherish its craftsmanship.æ

3. The Clementinum and the National Library

The Clementinum and the National Library
4.2 /5

2 km
from city center
3 out of 47
things to do in Prague

A huge group of remarkable historic buildings including the National Library, the Clementinum reflects the rich past of the country.æ

4. The Old Town Square and Astronomical Clock

The Old Town Square and Astronomical Clock
3.8 /5

2 km
from city center
4 out of 47
things to do in Prague

The Old Town Square of the city of Prague is an area where most of the historic sites are housed reflecting the rich past of the city.æ

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5. The Church of Our Lady before Tyn

The Church of Our Lady before Tyn
3.8 /5

2 km
from city center
5 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Located in the Old Town Square, The Church of Our Lady before Tyn is an impressive building with touches of Gothic architecture.

6. The Municipal House

The Municipal House
3.7 /5

2 km
from city center
6 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Exemplifying the Art Nouveau to its best, the Municipal House is the finest of PragueÍs architecture established in 1912.æ

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7. Prague Zoo

Prague Zoo
3.7 /5

5 km
from city center
7 out of 47
things to do in Prague

For a tte-ö-tte with flora and fauna of Prague, the best place to explore is Prague Zoo offering lots of fun and ride along Mother Nature.æ

8. The Jewish Quarter (Josefov)

The Jewish Quarter (Josefov)
3.6 /5

2 km
from city center
8 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Once regarded as a Jewish Ghetto, today the Jewish Quarter is a fascinating place housing many tourist attractions.æ

9. The Strahov Monastery and Library

The Strahov Monastery and Library
3.6 /5

4 km
from city center
9 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Mirroring the richness of architecture of 12th century, the Strahov Monastery and Library are impressive building holding much knowledge.æ

10. The Petrin Lookout Tower

The Petrin Lookout Tower
3.5 /5

3 km
from city center
10 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Offering an awe-inspiring birdÍs eye view of the entire city, the Petrin Lookout Tower is perched over a hill after which it is named.æ

11. St. Nicholas Church

St. Nicholas Church
3.5 /5

3 km
from city center
11 out of 47
things to do in Prague

A continuation of the legacy of amazing architecture, St. Nicholas Church is a recent creation showcasing a fine example of High Baroque.æ

12. Wenceslas Square

Wenceslas Square
3.4 /5

1 km
from city center
12 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Housing plethora of man-made marvels, the Wenceslas Square of Prague is one of the popular public places of the city flocked by tourists and locals all the time.æ

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13. The National Museum

The National Museum
3.4 /5

1 km
from city center
13 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Reflecting the history of Prague, the National Museum is a place for history buffs exhibiting a vast collection of relics of the past.æ

14. The National Theatre

The National Theatre
3.3 /5

2 km
from city center
14 out of 47
things to do in Prague

If you are an art lover, the National Theatre of Prague is a must visit to experience the thrill of various artistic activities including ballets, operas and much more.æ

15. Lesser Town Prague

Lesser Town Prague

3 km
from city center
15 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Beginning with Charles bridge and clustered amidst the foothills of the Prague Castle, the river, and the neighbouring hills, Malá Strana or Lesser Town Prague is a district in the city of Prague, Czech Republic. With tight corners and narrow streets paved in cobblestone, walking in the Lesser Town Prague emanates the feeling like one is strolling down the streets of medieval Prague.

16. John Lennon Wall, Prague

John Lennon Wall, Prague

3 km
from city center
16 out of 47
things to do in Prague

The Beatles’ legacy has held an iconic prestige amongst musicians and music enthusiasts but in Prague, it goes a step further. John Lenon, known across the world, for the peace-loving and harmony-inducing music became the harbinger of rebellion in Prague in the 19th century. His death in 1980 effectively summoned the pacifist youth of Prague to this one commonplace wall as a form of nonviolent protest and painted graffiti championing for a free Czech from the archaic rules of the Communist party. Since then, the John Lenon Wall has excited as a vibrant symbol of peace and freedom, not only in Czech, but inclusive of the rest of the world.

17. Old Town Hall

Old Town Hall

2 km
from city center
17 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Constructed in 1338, Old Town Hall is one of the most significant monuments located in Prague, Czech Republic. This historical town hall incorporates a complex of five medieval houses; the quarter of which is embellished with a gothic-looking oriel window, an old astronomical clock, and an enormous rectangular tower. With splendid interiors, painted ceilings, and gothic architecture, the Old Town Hall remains to be one of the most visited monuments of the city.

18. Kutna Hora

Kutna Hora

61 km
from city center
18 out of 47
things to do in Prague

The town of Kutna Hora in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic is a torchbearer for European architectural excellence. Once prosperous during the reign of Bohemia’s King Wencelas II due to the abundance of silver ores, Kutna Hora is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Sedlec Ossuary, a chapel made of human bones beneath the Cemetery Church of All Saints, is the town’s biggest attraction. The Gothic Stone House, now serving as a museum of silver, is another notable destination in Kutna Hora. The Italian Court, the Plague Column, St. Barbara’s Cathedral and several other Roman Catholic churches are worth visiting in the town as well.

19. Dancing House

Dancing House

2 km
from city center
19 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Created by architects Vlado Milunic and Frank Gehry, the Dancing House of Prague draws attention because of its unique, unconventional design. The non-linear pattern of the building makes it stand out among other Baroque, Gothic, and Art Nouveau buildings along the Vltava River embankment. Built under the blessings of the then-Czech president Vaclav Havel, the building was initially named ‘Fred and Ginger’ after renowned dancers Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. This is where the structure gets its name from. The plot where the Dancing House stands is of great historical significance. The site was the location of a dilapidated house destroyed by U.S. bombings during World War II. Inside the building a hotel, a restaurant, a glass bar, and a gallery offer a 360-degree view of the Prague skyline. These are the only parts of the building open to the public, the rest is taken over by commercial establishments.

20. Strahov Monastery

Strahov Monastery

4 km
from city center
20 out of 47
things to do in Prague

The Strahov Monastery is a Premonstratensian abbey founded in 1143 by the bishop of Olomouc, Jindrich Zdik, under the support of two dukes of Bohemia - Sobeslav I and Vladislav II. The religious complex is situated at an elevated point at the back of Petrin Hill, offering magnificent views of the Lesser Town and the Prague Castle. Despite the damage and destruction it suffered over the years by fire, water, and wars, the monastery still stands tall in Strahov, Prague. The structure underwent a Gothic-style reconstruction in 1258 after a devastating fire, and further renovation was undertaken during the Baroque era.

21. Staromestske Namesti

Staromestske Namesti

2 km
from city center
21 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Old Town Square, colloquially called Staromestske Namesti, is a charming and picturesque quadrangle in the heart of Prague. Located between Wenceslas Square and Charles Bridge, the square dates back to the 10th century and once served as a marketplace for European traders. Spread over an area of 9,000 square metres, Staromestske Namesti is now a gathering hub for locals and tourists alike. The best time to visit is during Christmas and Easter when the square decks up in medieval-themed markets and music festivals are organised.

22. St. Vitus Cathedral

St. Vitus Cathedral

3 km
from city center
22 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Located within the complex of Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral is the seat of the Archbishop of Prague and, therefore, the most important church in the Czech Republic. This was the site of several monarchical coronations and religious functions in the early days, as well as the resting place of many patron saints, kings, queens, statesmen, and archbishops.

23. Vysehrad National Cultural Monument

Vysehrad National Cultural Monument

1 km
from city center
23 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Located atop a hill on the eastern bank of the Vltava River, Vysehrad National Cultural Monument is believed to be the location of the first settlement in the region that later became Prague. Located nearly 3 km southeast of Prague Castle, the earliest fortifications originated around the 10th century. The most important place of interest within the complex is the Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul. Vysehrad Cemetery is also notable, where lay the remains of several renowned Czech artists and musicians. There are also a number of statues inside the complex pertaining to historical events as well as lores and legends.

24. Gallery of Steel Figures

Gallery of Steel Figures

2 km
from city center
24 out of 47
things to do in Prague

With around 600 grand sculptures on display, the Gallery of Steel Figures is a must-visit for all travellers who seek to explore the offbeat attractions in Prague. In a world overflowing with waste, this institution does its part by creating something beautiful from discarded metal. What started as a solution to the scrap crisis by Mariusz Jose Olejnik has now become a celebration of art spread over four galleries in Europe.

25. Lobkowicz Palace

Lobkowicz Palace

3 km
from city center
25 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Built sometime around the second half of the 16th century by two Czech nobleman brothers, the Lobkowicz Palace opened in 2007 as a museum within the Prague Castle complex. Spread over 22 galleries, the museum is a UNESCO World Heritage site and displays one of Central Europe’s most comprehensive socio-cultural assemblages, the Lobkowicz Collections. The House of Lobkowicz is a Czech noble family dating back to the 14th century and known to have sponsored the musical maestro Beethoven. After losing properties in the pillages of Second World War, a large number of the family’s estates were restored to different heirs following the Velvet Revolution of 1989, which included this museum and the collections therein.

26. Franz Kafka Statue

Franz Kafka Statue

2 km
from city center
26 out of 47
things to do in Prague

A little less than 80 years after his death, the Statue of Franz Kafka was the first commemorative tribute Prague installed to honour the city’s literary genius. Initiated by the Franz Kafka Society in the 1990s and finished by sculptor Jaroslav Rona in 2003, the bronze memorial statue stands in a small quadrangle on Dusni Street in the Jewish Quarter, the very place where Franz Kafka lived and wrote from. The statue depicts Franz Kafka seated on the shoulders of a headless figure wearing a suit, in reference to his 1912 short story ‘Description of a Struggle’ where the narrator sits atop the shoulders of an unknown ‘acquaintance’. The theme of the sculpture embodies the magical surrealism genre of the author’s work.

27. St. Cyril and St. Methodius Cathedral

St. Cyril and St. Methodius Cathedral

4,754 km
from city center
27 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Saint Cyril and Saint Methodius Cathedral, located in Nové Město, Prague, is the primary Czech and Slovak Catholic Church. This Church is a primary spot where important events occurred during the Second World War. This Baroque-styled Church was where Reinhard Heydrich, a Nazi police officer’s assassination, took place.

28. Hradcany

Hradcany

166 km
from city center
28 out of 47
things to do in Prague

The Castle District, better known as Hradcany is a district in Prague. With a height of around 570 meters, Prague Castle makes for one of the biggest castles in the world. Located above the Lesser Town, opposite to Vltava River, Hradcany includes significant tourist attractions such as the Basilica of Saint George, the Royal Summer Palace, the Royal Gardens, Golden Lane, and numerous other striking iconic structures.

29. Wallenstein Palace Gardens

Wallenstein Palace Gardens

1,038 km
from city center
29 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Wallenstein Palace Gardens is a 17th-century Baroque-style Palace located in Lesser Town (Mala Strana), the historical centre of Prague. This elegant beauty was built in 1629 by Albrecht von Wallenstein. The Palace Garden was initially constructed to compete against the Prague Castle. Currently, the Palace Garden is stationed with the Senate of the Czech Republic. This elegant Garden consists of an aviary, a fountain, and grotto, and a small cave. In addition, the Garden is lined with Classical Bronze Statues to add to the beauty. If you happen to visit during summer, you will get to attend senate-sponsored cultural events. Overall, the Garden is the perfect spot to unwind after a tiring day, and if you are lucky enough, you will get to meet the white peacock.

30. Church of Our Lady Victorious and The Infant Jesus of Prague

Church of Our Lady Victorious and The Infant Jesus of Prague

6,133 km
from city center
30 out of 47
things to do in Prague

The Shrine of the Infant Jesus of Prague, renowned as the Church of Our Lady of Victories, is a church in Malá Strana, Prague's "Lesser Town." The most beautiful part about the Church and what it is extremely popular for is the Infant Jesus, presented in about 46 historical robes and two crowns.

31. Old Town Bridge Tower

Old Town Bridge Tower

6,961 km
from city center
31 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Czech Republic's capital city, Prague, is home to the Old Town Bridge Tower, a Gothic tower known as Staromstská mosteck. It was constructed in the year 1357, during the reign of Emperor Charles IV. The building once served as the site of the Thirty Years War's decisive battle and displayed the skulls of twelve Protestant leaders who were beheaded in 1621.

32. Petrin

Petrin

3 km
from city center
32 out of 47
things to do in Prague

In the heart of Prague, rising 327 meters above sea level, is Petrin Hill. You can get to the summit by a hike or the cable car. The most striking feature of the hill is the Petrin Lookout Tower. The Tower, a miniature version of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, was constructed atop the hill in 1891. The Petrin tower offers stunning views of Prague, which you can climb for. Don't be intimated by the height of the Tower; the walk up the summit takes only four minutes. Other stunning sights include Mirror Maze, Rose Garden, Observatory, and Pony and Horseback Rides. While the corridor of distorted mirrors makes for a fun diversion for kids and adults, the Rose Garden entices you with its fragrant and refreshing scents. Lastly, the pony or horseback rides are available on the weekends from February till November and possibly every day in the summer.

33. Speculum Alchemiae Museum

Speculum Alchemiae Museum

2 km
from city center
33 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Speculum Alchemiae Museum, or The Museum of Alchemy, is located in Prague and is a 4-minute walk from the Jewish Quarter. Housed in the oldest buildings of Prague, the Museum of Alchemy is a traditional alchemist's workshop giving visitors a peek into medieval science. The visit comes with guided tours, taking you through the "secret" underground laboratory originally built for king Rudolf II in the 16th Century. Here, you will learn about the elixirs that alchemists brewed following the original formulas that can be found here under controlled settings. Visits into the underground world illuminate some similarities between today's scientific theories and elixirs' healing powers. The museum complex also includes a store where similar elixirs can be purchased.

34. Vysehrad Park

Vysehrad Park

7,938 km
from city center
34 out of 47
things to do in Prague

After strenuous days of walking through a foreign city and exploring, a park with relaxing strolls and calming views is what you need. Vysehrad Park, about 3 km southeast of Prague Castle, offering picturesque views of the Vltava River, Prague Castle, and the city, also provides a great insight into the history of Prague. According to ancient history,

35. Petrin Tower

Petrin Tower

8,643 km
from city center
35 out of 47
things to do in Prague

The Petrin Lookout Tower, situated atop Petrin Hill in Mala Strana, is 63.5 meters tall and was constructed in 1891. It is identical to the Eiffel Tower in Paris, which served as a transmission and observation tower. The tower is now a popular tourist destination. A 299-step climb will lead you to the summit, helping you with calming sights of the entire city.

36. Zizkov Tower

Zizkov Tower

5 km
from city center
36 out of 47
things to do in Prague

The Zizkov Tower, or the Prague TV Tower, is located in Mahlerovy sady, Zizkov, Prague. Undoubtedly the prominent landmark of Zizkov, the tower is a distinctive transmitter tower constructed in Prague between 1985 and 1992. It is situated atop a hill in the neighbourhood of Zizkov, from which it derives its name, and rises high over the city's traditional skyline. It is 216 meters tall, designed by the structural engineer Ji Kozák and architect Václav Aulick.

37. KGB Museum

KGB Museum

3 km
from city center
37 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Located in Mala Strana (Little Quarter), the Museum opens to a two-room establishment, taking you through primarily Russian artefacts and memorabilia from the Second World War, cold war. The Museum was founded by a bunch of history enthusiasts who collected one-of-a-kind artefacts relating to the activities of the Soviet Secret Service. When the USSR was split up into numerous independent governments, there was chaos and a lack of authority over many state museums.

38. Old Jewish Cemetry

Old Jewish Cemetry

2 km
from city center
38 out of 47
things to do in Prague

The Old Jewish Cemetery is located in Josefav, Czech. This is one of the most significant Jewish historical monuments in Prague and one of the greatest of its kind in all of Europe. It served its purpose from the early half of the 15th century until 1786. Businessman Mordecai Meisel, historian David Gans, and rabbi David Oppenheim are the prominent local Jews buried here. The Jewish Museum in Prague is currently in charge of running the cemetery. The cemetery has upwards of 12,000 headstones, but it is estimated that up to 100,000 people are buried beneath them! The Jewish custom forbids the removal of old graves; thus, the deceased were piled on one another for decades.

39. Vojanovy Sets Park

Vojanovy Sets Park

3 km
from city center
39 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Vojanovy Sets Park, popularly called the Vojanovy Sady, is situated in Little Quarter (Mala Strana), right in the middle of the city. It is one of Prague's smallest and oldest parks, built-in 1248. Two chapels can be spotted in the park: the black Chapel of St. Elias, constructed in the shape of a stalactite cave in the seventeenth century, and the white Chapel of St. Teresa of Avila (18th century).

40. Folimanka Park

Folimanka Park

2 km
from city center
40 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Folimanka Park is a one-of-its-kind park where once a former farmhouse and vineyards stood, at the border of Prague 2 and 4. It is named Folimanka in honour of Jakub Foliman, the first owner of an abandoned farm and vineyard. The park is encompassed by the Botic River, running parallel to it, and the magnificent medieval city walls of Prague. Despite its tiny size, it includes charming nooks and corners, two playgrounds, and free sports courts where you can play football with the kids or play hoops. In addition to the playground and modern-day elements, there is a fountain and modern play equipment for kids aged 1 to 8. A cable car and climbing structures are available for older kids.

41. Cross Club

Cross Club

4 km
from city center
41 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Cross Club is a multi-story electronic/techno bar with a dazzling steampunk theme. This is one music venue you wouldn't want to miss while in Prague. The club is located in Plynarni with psychedelic trippy lights and steampunk-style embellishments. The Cross Club team's creative efforts have focused mostly on using scrap metal and other waste materials to build the inside and exterior, both made in a futuristic steampunk style.

42. Prague Beer Museum

Prague Beer Museum

2 km
from city center
42 out of 47
things to do in Prague

The history of Czech beer is described in detail at the Beer Museum Prague. It's the first pub in Czech with 30 craft beers on tap. The ground level of the historic structure houses this interesting Prague Museum pub. This pub has a great layout with a bar room, a side room, and, in my opinion, an upper section. The entire interior has several fascinating fixtures and features relating to beer. Visitors can watch the brewery's production in action and enjoy a variety of unique Czech beers. It's only a minute's walk from the Karlovy Láznè tram stop to this fascinating pub, which is definitely worth a visit.

43. Powder Tower

Powder Tower

995 km
from city center
43 out of 47
things to do in Prague

The Powder Tower or Powder Gate is a medieval gothic tower in Prague, Czech Republic. This original city gate divides the New Town and the Old Town. In the 17th century, the gateway was used to stock gunpowder, thus the names Powder Tower and Powder Gate. During the Battle of Prague, the gate sustained significant damages. In 1876, new sculptures were installed on the tower.

44. Letna Park

Letna Park

3 km
from city center
44 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Letna Park is located atop Letna Hill, overlooking steep embankments along the Vltava River. The name refers to a place to enjoy the sun, and indeed Letna Park now is a spot for leisure and recreation for children, teens, and families alike. A vivid assortment of bushes and tree-lined avenues, Letna Park also houses Hanavsky Pavilion - a cast-iron building with a restaurant and a magnificent view of Prague Old Town. However, the park has seen its fair share of historical events. From demonstrations against the Communist regime during the Violet Revolution to protests demanding the Prime Minister to resign amid criminal charges, Letna Park has seen it all. From 1955 to 1962, the park was home to an enormous monument of former Soviet leader Joseph Stalin. On the plinth left vacant after the statue’s demolition now stands the Prague Metronome, which marked the commencement of a new era. Letna Park also saw ‘King of Pop’ Michael Jackson kick off the famous HIStory World Tour with more than 130,000 people attending.

45. Obecni Dum

Obecni Dum

2 km
from city center
45 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Located on Namesti Republiky next to the Powder Gate, the Municipal House of Prague, known as Obecni Dum in Czech, is a building of immense importance. The historical significance of Obecni Dum is woven into the fabric of Prague’s socio-cultural background, as it houses Smetana Hall. Now one of Prague's largest and most-celebrated concert halls, Smetana Hall is also the location of Czechoslovakia’s proclamation of independence in 1918 from the Habsburg Austro-Hungarian Empire. The building comprises several other majestic halls, parlour rooms, a cafe, an American bar, a wine bar, a couple of restaurants, and recreation rooms worth paying a visit. Rebuilt between 1905 and 1911, the Municipal House stands on the spot of the Royal Court Palace, resided by the King of Bohemia between 1383 and 1485. A reflection of Art Nouveau architectural style, Obecni Dum has on display artworks, sculptures and murals by eminent artists such as Alfons Mucha, Ladislav Saloun, Jan Preisler and more.

46. Spanish Synagogue

Spanish Synagogue

2 km
from city center
46 out of 47
things to do in Prague

The Spanish Synagogue in Prague stands where Altschul once stood, the oldest synagogue in the city’s Jewish Quarter. Ironically, the Spanish Synagogue is now the youngest one in Prague. It stands separated from the Church of the Holy Spirit by an unconventional statue of Franz Kafka. The Spanish Synagogue gets its name from its grandiose Moorish-Andalusian architecture inspired by Alhambra in Spain. Once a place of holy gathering for the Jewish communities of the ghetto, the synagogue is now a part of the Jewish Museum in Prague. During the dark days of World War II, properties of the Jewish communities confiscated by German forces were stored in the synagogue. Although handed over to the Jews after the war, modern restorations did not start till after the Velvet Revolution. At present, the Spanish Synagogue displays a permanent exhibition on the history of the Jews in the Bohemian Lands from as early as the 1780s to after the end of World War II.

47. Vrtba Garden

Vrtba Garden

7,648 km
from city center
47 out of 47
things to do in Prague

Vrtba Garden, better known as a hidden gem, is located on the slope of Petrin Hill along with three other exquisite Baroque gardens, Vratislav, Schönborn, and Lobkowicz, along the Mala Strana stretch of the city. UNESCO has recognized the Garden for its historical and cultural significance. In its formal, French style, the garden is set up in three terraced levels of asymmetrical broderies. Following earlier structural reinforcement, the Vrtba Garden underwent extensive renovation from 1990 to 1998. On June 3, 1998, the garden was made public.

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The top sightseeing places in Prague are Prague Castle, Charles Bridge (Karluv Most), The Clementinum and the National Library, The Old Town Square and Astronomical Clock, The Church of Our Lady before Tyn, The Municipal House.

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