Prague tourist guide online

Prague is one of the most visited cities in Europe and its popularity has been growing. It is a modern city offering premium services from accommodation to public transport. It has a large historical centre, many parks and stunning panoramas. All this and much more has gained Prague a status as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.

Prague is a welcoming and safe place for tourists. Thanks to its geographical position in the centre of Europe, it is easily accessible, and at the same time a rather economical destination for the majority of visitors. Prague also features many touristic attractions and for all of these reasons, it is visited by millions of tourists every year.

Historical monuments:

the Old Town Square and Astronomical Clock

The most visited historical monument in Prague is Prague Castle, which is listed in the UNESCO. Additionally, there are many more important historical monuments located in the core of the city, such as the Old Town Hall, featuring its astronomical clock, the Charles Bridge, Vyšehrad, or Wenceslas Square, which includes the statue of St. Wenceslas. There is also a lot of modern architecture in the city, the most famous of which is the Dancing House.

Prague´s museums:

In Prague there are a lot of museums with permanent expositions of all sorts. Its most favourite museums are the National Museum, the National Technical Museum, or the Naprstek museum. It is also possible to visit the Aeronautical museum, the Beer museum, and many more.

Night life:


Apart from a rich history, Prague also offers many possibilities for partying. Owing to this fact, it is a very popular destination among the younger generation. Bachelor parties in Prague are very well-known. In the city you will find many famous clubs and pubs that offer parties until late morning hours. Czech beers are famous worldwide and it is possible to enjoy it basically everywhere! The price tempts to taste more than one glass.

Other activities:

Petřín Hill

Visitors who find themselves tired from the history or late-night partying can relax by visiting the Prague ZOO or climbing the Petřín tower or by walking along the Vltava river where there is a spectacular view on the city centre.