A walk in history
Take a stroll over Gothic Charles Bridge providing safe passage over the glittering Vltava river since 14th century and see artists from around the world draw inspiration from Prague and its beauty. Journey up the Petřín hill, a sacred place for all lovers, and climb the lookout tower to see the maze of streets and roofs. The lifeline of Prague is the Vltava river, the longest river within Czech Republic. You can enjoy a beautiful sightseeing cruise or even a party on the boat!
Culture and high dining at your fingertips
Prague is also heaven for history and culture lovers - it offers many museums, galleries, theaters, cinemas and other cultural institutions. After a visit to the National Museum or the Rudolfinum, tourists can explore a variety of world-class restaurants and traditional Czech Pubs.
How to get there and where to stay
Visitors who decide to enjoy Prague for more than one day can choose from many hotels, pensions and apartments to stay in, from hostels and three-star hotels to luxurious five-star residences. As a capital city, Prague is easily reachable via all modes of transport. Visitors from around the world fly to the Václav Havel Airport, but if you are not coming from too far away, you can easily get to Prague using your car, train or public buses that come to Prague from all major cities in Europe and of course Czech Republic.