Prague Attractions

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Kampa Park

Kampa Park is on the west bank of the Vltava River in Prague. The park is famous for three giant baby sculptures designed by controversial artist David Cerny. ...  Read more

Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad)

4 star rating: Recommended 108 Reviews

Karlovy Vary (also known as Carlsbad) is a charming spa town about a 2 hours west of Prague, all higgledy-piggledy Art Nouveau buildings and wealthy Russian ...  Read more

Karlstejn Castle

4.5 star rating: Recommended 60 Reviews

The Gothic Karlstejn Castle sits high atop a hill, looming over the village of the same name 18 miles southwest of Prague. Charles IV, King of Bohemia, founded ...  Read more

Konopiste Chateau

4 star rating: Recommended 33 Reviews

Built in the 13th century, the Konopiště Chateau was originally built in the Early Gothic era on the model of a French castellum near Prague. Renaissance ...  Read more

Krizik Fountain

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 4 Reviews

Travelers in search of a unique and memorable performance need look not further than Prague’s Krizik Fountain. This iconic Czech landmark has been in ...  Read more

Lesser Quarter (Mala Strana)

4 star rating: Recommended 303 Reviews

Malá Strana is the area that meanders down from the Castle Hill to the Vltava River. A literal translation of its name would be 'Small Side' but its most ...  Read more

Lobkowicz Palace

With the distinction of being the only privately owned building in the sprawling Prague Castle complex, Lobkowicz Palace is home to one of the city’s finest ...  Read more

Marianske Lazne

4 star rating: Recommended 6 Reviews

This spa town located about 150 kilometers from Prague is one of the nation’s most favored getaways. With a near perfect climate, panoramic mountain views, ...  Read more

Municipal House (Obecní dum)

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

Prague’s imposing Municipal House is the city’s most famous Art Nouveau civic buildings and many Czech artists of the time, led by Osvald Polívka and ...  Read more

National Museum

The magnificent headpiece of Prague’s historic Wenceslas square, the Prague National Museum (Národní Muzeum) is the largest museum complex in the ...  Read more


Cutting a swathe through the Baroque beauty of Prague’s historic heart, Nerudova runs uphill through Malá Strana (Lesser Town), forming a link between ...  Read more

New Jewish Cemetery (Novy zidovsky hrbitov)

Eastern European Ashkenazi Jews first came to Prague in the 10th century and over the years they became a thriving part of the city’s cultural and financial ...  Read more

Nizbor Glass Factory

4 star rating: Recommended 55 Reviews

Located less than an hour outside of Prague, the Nizbor Glass Factory is home to Rückl Crystal. This factory carries on the tradition of making high ...  Read more

Old Jewish Cemetery

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 20 Reviews

The Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague is located in the Josefov area, which was once the Prague Jewish Town. The Jewish name is Beth Chaim, which means House of ...  Read more

Old-New Synagogue (Staronova Synagoga)

The Jewish ghetto in Prague grew up in Josefov around the Old-New Synagogue, which was in use as early as 1270. It has the distinction of being oldest ...  Read more

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