The stately Prague Castle is a must on any Prague itinerary. Explore the complex and St. Vitus Cathedral, where Czech kings and queens were crowned. Join a guided tour to learn about the castle’s famous residents.
Lobkowicz Palace Museum
Fine arts enthusiasts visiting Prague Castle shouldn’t miss the Lobkowicz Palace Museum, which features one of the largest private art collections in the country. Wander more than 20 galleries, and marvel at the royal portraits, historic instruments, and paintings from artists such as Brueghel the Elder and Diego Velázquez.
Architecture Walking Tour
Art and design buffs can escape the museums and hit the streets to visit the 20th-century architectural relics scattered throughout Prague. Uncover modern architecture styles, see landmark buildings showcasing the best of 20th-century design, and learn how Czech history influenced the city’s avant-garde creators.
Museum of Medieval Torture
To delve into the darker side of European history, check out Prague’s Museum of Medieval Torture, just steps from the Charles Bridge. Four floors of exhibits feature actual medieval torture devices, depictions of torture methods, and captions in eight languages.
If you’re looking for a more family-friendly art experience, spend a few hours at Prague’s LEGO Museum. Highlights include LEGO models of famous Czech buildings, and a playroom where kids can let their creative minds go wild.
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