Holidays in Prague – the most important places

The Czech capital is a city with hundreds of old churches, beautiful bridges and a fabulous castle. This is a fairytale town, the best for holidays.

A thousand years of history
Prague is over 1000 years old city. It can be seen everywhere, especially in the city center. Visiting Prague is an extraordinary lesson in the history of Europe. You will find traces of many wars and conflicts – from medieval times to the present.

Prague, or Prague, as the Czechs call it, is a city with hundreds of interesting sites and monuments. The most important are: St. Vitus Cathedral, the Prague Castle and Castle District, Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock, St. Nicholas Church and the Charles Bridge.

Even a short tour of the city can take several days. That is why you need to find a hostel in Praha in advance.

Amazing architecture
In just a few hours you can discover almost all architectural styles: Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Romanticism, and Modernism. Practically, you can see three styles in one and the same building: Church of Our Lady before Týn (Týnský chrám). This church is located at the Town Hall Square (Staroměstské náměstí) in Old Town. The construction of the church began in 1365 and got its present appearance in 1435. However, the interior is in baroque style. The church was the center of the Reformation and the Household Movement in Bohemia until the Thirty Years’ War.

You have to see also the most famous modern building in the city: the Dancing House.

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