Best Shopping: You can find several boutiques stocking international brands in shopping streets like Na Príkope and Parížská There is also a flea market at Park Kolbenova if you ’re looking for gifts to bring back home.
Best Attraction: Laterna Magika is a non-verbal theatre established in 1958 with shows performed through a combination of dance, film and black theatre.
Caffrey's Irish Bar
Caffrey's Irish Bar is a fantasic spot right in the centre of Prague!
Old Town Square
This historic square is located in the Old Town quarter of the Czech capital. The square, located between the Wenceslas Square and the famous Charles Bridge, is home to numerous architectural styles including Gothic and Baroque buildings. From the old town hall, you can get a fantastic panoramic view of the Old Town. The Old Town Square is a must see for any sightseeing visit to Prague.
Probably one of the most famous bridges in the world, spanning over 500m across the Vltava river. Built between 1357 and the beginning of the 15th century, to connect the Old Town with its adjacent areas. Decorated with statues, the bridge is full of painters, kiosks and traders throughout the day.
Named after Saint Wenceslas, the patron saint of Bohemia, the square serves the city as both cultural and business activities.
Prague castle is home to the president of the Czech Republic and the Czech Crown Jewels. Recognised as one of the biggest in the world at about 570m in length and about 130 in width, the castle is definitely worth a visit.
The Gothic Powder Tower
Formally the gate to Prague and Prague’s Old Town, future kings of Bohemia would enter the town through here on their coronation parades. The Old Town Bridge and the Gothic Powder Tower are the only parts of the Prague Old Town fortifications to exist to this day.