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Charles Bridge


Charles Bridge is the oldest bridge in Prague, it was built in 1357 by the Czech king and Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV. It is 516 metres long and about 10 meters wide, and was built of sandstone blocks. The bridge is decorated with 30 mostly baroque sculptures and groups of statues of Czech patrons and other saints.


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15 minutes walk

Old Town Square


The Old Town Square is one of those unique places which no lover of Prague historical sights should miss out on. The square is full of monuments originating from various historic areas. There are two beautiful churches – the Gothic Church of Our Lady before Tyn and the Baroque Church of St. Nicholas. Aswell as the churches, tourists will admire the Old Town Hall with its famous Astronomical Clock. On the square there is also a Marian Column, monument of religious reformer Jan Hus, Golz-Kinsky Palace and the House at the Stone Bell.


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2 minutes walk

Kampa Island


Kampa Island is a beatiful and pleasant place. There is a nice park, famous Werich Villa and Museum Kampa. Island is separated from the Lesser Town riverbank by a small stream which has been known as Čertovka – the Devil’s Stream. This picturesque corner of Prague might be sometimes known as the „Prague Venice“.


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15 minutes walk

Astronomical Clock


The Astronomical clock on the Old Town hall was firstly mention in 1410. The astrolabe mechanisms still work today, making the Prague Astronomical Clock the oldest functioning astronomical clock in the world. In the middle of the clock is an astronomical dial and below it a calendar board. Above the astronomical dial there are two windows, where the figures of the 12 apostles blessing the city at every hour.


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5 minutes walk

Kampa Museum


Museum Kampa is a modern art gallery in Prague, showing Central European, and in particular Czech work. The pieces are from the private collection of Meda Mládek, wife of Jan V. Mládek.


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15 minutes walk

Prague Castle


The history of Prague Castle dates back to the 9th century. It has always been the seat of Czech princes and kings and nowadays presidents. According to the Guinness Book of Records, Prague Castle is the largest ancient castle complex in the world. You can find here famous St. Vitus Cathedral, Golden Lane, St. George’s Basilica and much more.


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3 minutes walk

John Lennon Wall


Lennon Wall is located in Kampa and is part of the Maltese Garden Wall. Inscriptions on the wall appeared as early as the 1960s. These were various poems, messages for Jan Werich and later protest inscriptions. After the death of John Lennon in 1980, someone created Lennon’s symbolic tombstone here. Flowers, candles, photographs and, last but not least, graffiti associated with John Lennon and The Beatles, which made Lennon’s wall famous, soon began to appear here.


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5 minutes walk

Kafka Museum


Franz Kafka is considered to be one of the most important and influential writers of the 20th century. His work, most of which was published posthumously, continues to be a source of research, scholarship and philosophical discussion in diverse academic, literary and popular arenas.


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5 minutes walk

St Nicholas Church in the Lesser Town


Church of St. Nicholas in the Lesser Town is one of the most important Baroque monuments in Prague. The foundation stone of today’s church of St. Nicholas was laid at the end of the 17th century.


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10 minutes walk

Church of Our Lady Victorious


Church of Our Lady Victorious is an early Baroque building from the 17th century. The church is famous mainly for the Infant Jesus of Prague, which is located in it. The Infant Jesus is originally from Spain.


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15 minutes walk

Petřín Hill


Petřín is a beautiful green oasis with wonderful panoramic views of the city. At the top of the hill is a Petřín Lookout Tower, which was inspired by the Eiffel Tower in Paris, and a Mirror Maze. You can also take a funicular to get to the top of the hill, which in itself is a beautiful experience.


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5 minutes walk

The Narrowest Street in Prague


Prague‘s narrowest street at a mere 50cm is located in the Lesser town. This tiny street is so narrow, that it had to be equipped with traffic lights for the people not to collide. The street is steep, full of stairs and doesn’t even have a name. It leads from U Luzickeho seminare street to the Certovka restaurant, which offers spectacular views of the Charles Bridge.


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10 minutes walk

Wallenstein Garden


At the beginning of the 17th century, the Czech nobleman Albrecht of Wallenstein had the Wallenstein Palace built, and the Wallenstein Riding School and the Wallenstein Garden are also part of this palace complex.


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20 minutes walk

Strahov Monastery


The Strahov Monastery is the oldest Premonstratensian monastery in Bohemia, it was founded in 1143. An interesting fact is that in 1627 the remains of St. Norbert, the founder of the Premonstratensian Order, were transferred to the monastery. 


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15 minutes walk

Josefov


Josefov represents one of the historical towns of Prague as well as the smallest catastral district of Prague and was formerly the old Jewish ghetto. You can find here several synagogues, Old Jewish cemetery and Jewish Town Hall. Today, these monuments are managed by the Jewish Museum in Prague.


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20 minutes walk

Dancing House


Built between 1992 and 1996, Dancing House represents a modern contrast to Prague’s historic attractions. The building is an example of deconstructivist architecture, with an unusual shape – you can actually see a couple – woman and man dancing together, holding their hands, with a skirt that sways to the music.


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5 minutes walk

Klementinum


The Klementinum was built as early as 1556 by the Jesuit order as a college of the Ferdinand Academy, later Charles University. There was also a library, a pharmacy, a hospital and two chapels in the Klementinum complex. Since 1781, the National Library has been located here. The tours include an astronomical tower, a baroque library hall with rich frescoes and a unique Mirror Chapel.


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15 minutes walk

Rudolfinum


It is a Neo-Renaissance building, which was built in the years 1876-1881 according to the plans of Josef Zítek and Josef Schulz. The building is named after Crown Prince Rudolf. Today, the Rudolfinum building serves the Czech Philharmonic, and concerts are held here regularly. The building also houses the Rudolfinum Gallery.


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15 minutes walk

National Theatre


The National Theatre is one of the most beautiful buildings in Prague evoking the Czech national spirit and unity. The National Theatre represented a monumental project in the second half of the 19th century. Because of insufficient funds for its construction, nationwide collections were organized and money was collected from all social classes.


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20 minutes walk

National Museum


The National Museum is considered to be the most extensive museum institution in Bohemia, and was founded as the „Patriotic Museum“ as in 1818. The collections of the National Museum contain about 14 million artifacts of natural history, history, arts, music and librarianship. The main and historical building is on the Wenceslas square, but museum also administers exhibitions in other prestigious buildings in and outside of Prague.


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5 minutes walk

Nerudova Street


There are many important buildings in Nerudova Street, such as the Kinský Palace, the Morzin Palace, or the Kolovrat Palace. There are also a large number of town houses. These houses are mostly medieval, with Renaissance or Baroque reconstruction. On these houses are interesting their preserved house signs, which used to be valid instead of area codes.


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20 minutes walk

Karolinum


Karolinum is the oldest university college in Central Europe. It is part of Charles University, which was founded on April 7, 1348 by Charles IV. Karolinum has served and still serves as the seat of professors and the rector, as well as for ceremonies.


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25 minutes walk

Municipal House


The Municipal House is one of the most famous Art Nouveau monuments in Prague. It is also important because it was here that the independence of Czechoslovakia was declared on October 28, 1918. There are many representation halls in the house, which were decorated by the most important artists of the time, including M. Aleš, F. Ženíšek, J. V. Myslbek and J. Preisler. The most interesting rooms include the Smetana Concert Hall and the Mayor’s Lounge, which is the work of A. Mucha.

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20 minutes walk

Wenceslas Square


In 1348, Bohemian King Charles IV founded the New Town of Prague. This Gothic town included three main market places, the second largest, of which, was the Horse Market. Since the end of the 19th century, it has been named in honor of the important Czech patron saint – Wenceslas Square. At the top of the Wenceslas Square, there is a National Museum and a statue of Saint Wenceslas.


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