Charles Bridge - The bridge with the best night view of Prague Castle. It is one of the most popular sights.|
Wenceslas Square - The largest and busiest shopping street in Prague. Typical main street shops, including several of the big fast food restaurants.
Old Jewish Quarter - Small cobbled streets, home of the mythical Golem, the oldest Jewish synagogues, and the famous cemetery.
Prague Castle - The complex is a magnificent experience throughout, with several museums each worthy of hours of exploration.
St. Vitus Cathedral - Located at Prague Castle complex - numerous beautiful cathedral's chapel. French Gothic structure.
Magic Lantern Theatre - Known for its modern and controversial glass design and venue for all Magic Lantern shows. Directly next to the National Theatre.
Mucha Museum - Fascinating and world's first Mucha Museum.
Cafe Imperial - Habsburg-era cafe with stunning 1914 ceramic tiled interior.
Bertramka - Villa where Mozart stayed while visiting Prague in 1787 and 1791, now museum and concert hall.
Trade Fair Palace - Gallery of modern art (Veletrzni Palac).
St. Mikulas Church - Experience the theatre of the High Baroque in this landmark of Lesser Town.
Municipal House & Smetana Hall - Prague's most prominent Art Nouveau building, cultural centre with exhibition halls and auditorium.
National Theatre - The national symbol of Czech culture and independence in neo-renaissance style. Next to the Vltava river.
Observation Tower - For the best view of Prague, this building is a small version of the Eiffel tower and sits on top of Petrin hill.
Stavovske Divadlo - Prague's oldest theatre is worth visiting for good performances and its architecture alone.
Old Town Bridge Tower - For the best view of the Vltava River and Charles bridge. Looking the other way, view of Old Town.
Old Town Square - Prague's centre for cafes, street entertainment and leisurely fun. Very beautiful historical buildings surround the square.
Parizska Street - The street to be seen on, for the famous and glamorous. Loads of posh shops and cafes.
Petrin Hill - Dominating the skyline of Prague this park is the largest area of trees and fields in the immediate vicinity of Prague. Miniature of Eiffel Tower.
Astronomical Tower - The central tower of the former Jesuit College allows access to a frescoed Baroque library and the best viewing gallery in the Old Town.
TV Tower -Prague tallest landmark - futuristic building.
Powder Tower (Powder Gate) - For those visitors energetic enough for a climb to the top, this Gothic tower has an amazing view of Prague.
Prague State Opera House - This opera house presents performances from the Italian repertoire: Rossini, Verdi, etc. and selected others.
Rudolfinum - Venue for the best classical music in Prague as well as selected exhibitions. Overlooks the Vltava river.
Lesser Town - Across the Vltava River via the Charles Bridge, nestling below the castle, is the Lesser Town quarter of Prague, known as "Mala Strana" in Czech.
Lapidarium - Branch of National Gallery showing some great Czech sculptures.
Loreta - Important baroque place of Christian pilgrimage.
St. James Church - An attractive Baroque reworking of a gothic church and originally the Presbytery of a Minorite monastery.
Strahov Monastery - Great place to see unique baroque library, Strahov Picture Gallery, Museum of Miniature and two churches of Premonstratensian order.
Theatre of Estates - The Premier venue of Mozartís famous Opera "Don Giovanni". One of the big five cultural venues.
Stromovka Park & Vystaviste - Off the beaten track (a small distance to travel from the centre) but especially worth a visit in the Summer time.
Vltava River - The big river which twists itsí way through Prague and various other towns in the Czech Republic.
Vysehrad - Vysehrad is a little out of the way and perhaps, unjustly, for this reason is not visited as much as it should be.
Lennon Wall - Graffiti painted wall.
Dancing House - try to imagine architecture style of building.
Old Town - Many tourist attractions are located there.
Wallenstedin Palace Gardens - The palace's cavernous former Jizdarna, or riding school, now hosts occasional art exhibitions