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Sights, Prague

Prague is a city filled with truly magical sights. Start your sightseeing adventures at the 700-year-old Lobkowicz Palace, which houses countless pieces of priceless art, or if you’re an avid music lover, head over to the iconic John Lennon Wall. Alternatively, wander over Charles Bridge and look upon the towering St. Vitus Cathedral, or the quaint St. Wenceslas Chapel, before seeing the colourful houses of Golden Lane.

Castle District

Prague Castle may be famed as being one of the most visited places in Prague, but in the Castle District (Hradcany), surrounding the castle you are still able to find little, hidden pockets of peace and quiet. Walk through the luscious…

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Charles Bridge (Karluv most)

Charles Bridge (Karluv most) is a stone-built, historic bridge which crosses the idyllic Vltava river in Prague. Its construction started in 1357…

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Golden Lane

Golden Lane is located in the grounds of Prague Castle, and was originally built in the 16th century to house Rudolf II’s castle guards and servants.

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Lennon Wall

Prague’s Lennon Wall was just once a normal wall in a secluded square, opposite the French embassy, sitting near to Charles Bridge. Then, after the former Beatle star…

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Lobkowicz Palace

Housed within Prague Castle, Lobkowicz Palace was the official Prague residence of the Lobkowicz Princes in the 16th century but was confiscated by the Nazis in World War Two, and again by the communists in 1948, before…

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Municipal House

The Municipal House (Obecní dům), was built in 1912 on the site of the former Royal Court Palace on Republic Square. This monumental sight stands…

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Old Town Bridge Tower

The Old Town Bridge Tower is said to be one of the most magnificent Gothic gateways in the world. It was commissioned by Emperor Charles IV, and designed by Petr Parléř in the mid-14th century. Work on the tower’s construction…

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Prague Castle

Prague Castle (Pražský Hrad), is the largest functioning castle in the world. A UNESCO World Heritage site, it consists of a sizeable composition of…

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St Vitus Cathedral

St Vitus Cathedral is the largest cathedral in Prague, where monarchs, nobility, patron saints and archbishops are buried. Construction first began in 1344…

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St. Wenceslas Chapel

St. Wenceslas Chapel, part of St. Vitus Cathedral, is an amazing example of Gothic architecture and was built on the same spot as the original Romanesque rotunda, where Wenceslas (a Bohemian prince who was killed by his…

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