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What to See

Information about historic monuments, museums and other sights and places definitely worth seeing in Prague

Imperial Stables

The Imperial Stables at Prague Castle (Císařská konírna) are the result of Emperor Rudolf II’s passion for horses. The Stables were ...

Mucha Museum

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Maisel Synagogue

The Maisel Synagogue has not been active since 1955 and since then, it has been under the Jewish Museum in Prague. You will find a ...

New Town Hall

Gothic stage of dramatic history... The New Town Hall was built between the 14th and 15th centuries as the centre of political power of the ...

Kinský Palace

Who would have guessed the type of art concealed behind the walls of a Rococo Palace in the heart of the Old Town. The National Gallery has ...

Sternberg Palace

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Church of St Nicholas at Lesser Town

A Baroque pearl at Lesser Town... The Church of St. Nicholas at Lesser Town is hard to miss: its cupola dominates the whole of Lesser Town, ...

Klausen Synagogue

The Klausen Synagogue is the biggest synagogue on the territory of the original Jewish ghetto. It survived its clearance and the wild 20th ...

“The Story of Prague Castle” Permanent Exhibition

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Wenceslas Square

At first sight, Wenceslas Square (Václavské náměstí) looks like a typical metropolitan boulevard from the 19th century. In reality, it is ...

Church of St James the Greater

Gothic dizziness under a Baroque robe... The Church of St. James the Greater differs from other Baroque buildings in Prague in its sheer ...

Olšany Cemeteries

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Czech Cubism Permanent Exhibition

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Antonín Dvořák Museum

“It seemed that music was all that he could think about ...”When a figure of such importance as composer Antonín Dvořák (1841–1904) is ...

Convent of St Agnes of Bohemia

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Karel Zeman Museum

Karel Zeman was a Czech film director, designer, puppeteer and animator. If you’ve got kids and you’re looking for a suitable city centre ...

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Franz Kafka Museum

The name of one of the most famous authors writing in German and a leading figure of 20th century world literature is inextricably linked ...

Prague City Council Main Building

If you enter the building through the rear entrance, from Franz Kafka Square (náměstí Franze Kafky), you will be confronted by a preserved ...

Petřín Lookout Tower

The year was 1889. Paris was hosting a World Fair, and on the occasion, the Eiffel Tower was opened. Representatives from the Czech Club of ...

Bedřich Smetana Museum

“Czechs live for music.”Prague city centre has many spots affording wonderful views of the River Vltava and Prague Castle. One example, ...