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Prague (Praha) is one of the world's most popular tourist destinations. The city is one of the few in Europe that was relatively untouched during both the World Wars, allowing its historic architecture to stay intact. There are a lot of museums, old buildings with beautiful murals on them. It also has a lively nightlife, mostly due to the extraordinary range of beers available at very reasonable prices. It contains one of the world's most pristine and varied collections of architecture, from Art Nouveau to Baroque, Renaissance, Cubist, Gothic and Neo-Classical.

Below is a summary of the main attractions in Prague, starting from the Eastern Bank, crossing over the famous Charles Bridge on to the Western Bank, and finally beyond the city centre.


Vltava Beach

Vltava Beach

This beach is located on the banks of river Vltava and is famous for the number of swans and ducks...

Smíchov Beach

Smichov Beach is an artificial beach created with 700 tones of imported sand, huge swimming lake...

Lhota Lake

For the travellers who wish to spend time in the natural environs, the Lhota Lake in Prague can...

Parks & Wildlife

Prague Zoo

Established in 1931, the Prague Zoo (Zoo Praha) aims to protect wildlife, educate the public and most...

Crocodile Zoo Prague

The Crocodile Zoo in Prague is a place where you will learn all about the crocodiles, alligators...

Prague Botanical Garden (Botanická Zahrada hl.m. Prah)

Spread across 30 acres the Prague Botanical Garden houses vineyards, Japanese gardens...


Old Town (Staré Město pražské)

This is the oldest settlement in Prague that gained its privileges in the 13th Century...

Lesser Town (Mala Strana)

Well-known as "Lesser Town" or "Lesser Quarter" or "Lesser Side", Malá Strana is one of the oldest...

St. Vitus Cathedral

The St. Vitus Cathedral is the largest and also one of the most prominent churches in Mala Strana, Prague...

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