Wonderful Prague

Must See Places of Prague

Czech College has handpicked a list places in Prague , that we think that you must visit. We have given weightage to places where you feel good and will have an experience of your own. There are also a lot of things to learn and marvel at.

Prague Castle

Prague Castle is Prague’s premier tourist attraction. This vast complex includes palaces, a church, a monastery, museums and art galleries, viewing towers and the supreme St. Vitus Cathedral.

Address: Castle District, Prague 1

Old Town Square

With its origins in the 12th century, the Old Town Square is the most significant square in the historical center of Prague and is unquestionably one of the most beautiful historical sights in Europe
Address: Old Town, Prague 1

Old Town Hall Tower & Astronomical Clock

The Astronomical Clock is one of the most popular Prague tourist attractions. Watch the procession of the Twelve Apostles, then climb the tower for spectacular views over the Old Town
Address: Old Town Square, Old Town, Prague 1

National Theatre

The National Theatre in Prague is a stunning neo-Renaissance building set on the banks of the Vltava River, its golden roof gleaming in the sunshine on fine weather days.
Address: Narodni 2, New Town, Prague 1

National Museum

The National Museum is the largest, oldest museum in the Czech Republic. This monumental, neo-Renaissance building, dominates the top of Wenceslas Square and houses a vast array of exhibits.
Address: Wenceslas Square 68, New Town, Prague 1

Municipal House

Municipal House in Prague is one of the finest Art Nouveau buildings in Europe. Inside is a magnificent complex of rooms, including the largest concert hall in Prague, fine restaurants, an American cocktail bar, an elegant traditional café and exhibition rooms.
Address: Republic Square 5, Old Town, Prague 1

Lesser Town

The Lesser Town (Mala Strana) clusters around the foothills of Prague Castle. This picturesque area of ancient burgher houses, quaint side streets and St. Nicholas Church is a favourite setting for movies and commercials.
Address: Prague 1

Jewish Quarter (Josefov)

The Jewish Quarter in Prague, known as Josefov, is between the Old Town Square and the Vltava River. Its torrid history dates from the 13th century. Entrance fees apply to visit the monuments.
Address: Josefov, Prague 1

Estates Theatre

Estates Theatre is one of the most beautiful historical theatres in Europe. The opera “The Marriage of Figaro” first performed here. In 1787 Mozart himself conducted the premiere of “Don Giovanni”.
Address: Ovocny trh 1, Old Town, Prague 1

Charles Bridge

One of Prague’s most romantic sights, a stroll on Charles Bridge presents fine views of Prague Castle, the Vltava River and many of Prague’s famous riverside attractions. Charles Bridge connects the Old Town to the Lesser Town (Mala Strana).
Address: Prague 1

St. Nicholas Church Old Town Square

The lovely white façade of St. Nicholas Church gleams in the corner of the Old Town Square, hit by the sun during the day and lit by strong white lights at night. Classical concerts are held here.
Address: Old Town Square, Old Town, Prague 1

St. Vitus Cathedral at Prague Castle

St. Vitus Cathedral is the dominant building within the Prague Castle complex. The cathedral is a Gothic masterpiece commissioned by Charles IV in 1344. Visitors can climb the Great South Tower to enjoy magnificent views over the city.
Address: Castle District, Prague 1

Tyn Church

Tyn Church dominates one side of the Old Town Square in Prague. The two spires of this powerful looking Gothic church (with a Baroque interior) can be observed from all over Prague.
Address: Old Town Square, Old Town, Prague 1

Wenceslas Square 

Wenceslas Square is Prague’s main boulevard, and the centre for shops, bars, banks, casinos & hotels. It is an extremely popular place for tourists to stay, as most of Prague’s sights & attractions lie within easy walking distance.
Address: New Town, Prague 1

Hope you like the list. If you like us to add more places , let us know.