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What to See - Must See

Information about the most important and most visited monuments, museums and other sights and places not to be missed in Prague

Prague Castle

The Prague Castle is undoubtedly the most important historical monument in Czechia. It has been the seat of political and religious power since the 9th century and consists of a very large complex of palaces, churches, courtyards and gardens overlooking the Prague panorama.

Charles Bridge

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Astronomical Clock

Gothic clock that measures the time and position of celestial bodies... The Old Town Astronomical Clock was built in 1410 and is among the ...

Old Town Square

Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí) is the real heart of the city. It is situated in the centre of the quarter, and like capillaries, ...

St Vitus Cathedral

The seat of the Prague Archbishopric, St Vitus Cathedral is the city’s most important Gothic building, located in the middle of the Prague Castle complex. Built over several centuries, it contains many artistic treasures.

Municipal House

Built at the beginning of the 20th century, Prague’s Municipal House boasts an exuberant and grandiose decoration. A multi-purpose building, it boasts two restaurants and a renowned café, an American bar, the great Smetana Concert Hall and numerous ceremonial rooms decorated by the greatest artists of the time.

Old New Synagogue

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Strahov Monastery

A centuries-old Premonstratensian house with a unique Baroque library... The name “Strahov” comes from the Czech word for guarding – ...

Spanish Synagogue

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A Jesuit fortress in the centre of Prague... After the Prague Castle, the Clementinum is the second largest historical building complex in ...

National Theatre

Symbol of National Revival... The National Theatre is the most significant building of the 19th century in Prague. Its founding is linked ...

Golden Lane

The image of this narrow little lane, with its several colourful little houses, as if built for dolls, and located on the grounds of the ...

Old Jewish Cemetery

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New World

A picturesque village in the middle of a fancy Baroque city... The New World is a remarkable place which has until now retained the ...

Old Royal Palace

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Dancing House

A symbol of revolution and freedom... The Dancing House is undoubtedly the most famous building to be erected in Prague following the ...

House of the Black Madonna

A cubist pearl in the heart of the Historic City... At the beginning of the 20th century, the city of Prague is engulfed in a battle to ...


The Rudolfinum is closely linked with the giant of Czech classical music – Antonín Dvořák. It houses a concert hall named after him, in ...

Church of Our Lady Victorious

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