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    Charles Bridge

    Malostranske náměstí, Prague 118 00 Czech Republic
    144 reviews

    The iconic Charles Bridge (Karluv Most) offers stunning views of Prague and Vltava River, filled with street vendors, brilliant painters, quirky musicians and unfortunately, swarms of tourists as well; careful for pickpockets!

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    Prague Castle

    Jiřská, Prague 119 00 Czech Republic
    124 reviews

    Going up the hill continuing the Charles Bride, you will find yourself at the fairy tale Prague Castle, which according to the Guinness Book of World Records, is the largest castle in the world, with an area of almost 70,000 m². A UNESCO World Heritage site, the castle hosts St Vitus Cathedral, three courtyards, splendid royal gardens, and most dazzlingly, ...

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    Astronomical Clock

    Prague, Czech Republic
    56 reviews

    If you think Times Square on New Year’s Eve is crowded, wait till you see the crowds gathered every top of the hour at the Astronomical Clock, in the Old Town Square, to see the disciples and other figurines appear from behind the two wooden doors above the clock face. When the main bell goes off, a trumpeter sounds a ...

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    Mucha Museum

    Panská 7, Prague 110 00 Czech Republic
    9 reviews

    ❤️mucha❤️ must see gallery if ur in prague.

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    Old Town (Prague)

    Dušní 1
    64 reviews

    I will say that Old Town Prague was more beautiful than I expected it to be. It was clean and actually very expensive but I can't wait to return.

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    Old Town Square

    Staroměstske náměstí, Prague 110 00 Czech Republic
    131 reviews

    Old Town Square (Staromestske namesti) has been the heart of Prague for more than a thousand years.The square is congested with sharp architectural contrasts that excite the eye. Take lots of pictures and note the legendary religious figure of Jan Hus, burnt alive in 1413 in the same square, for demanding Catholic masses be held in the local language instead ...

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    Dancing House

    Rašínovo nábřeží 1981/80, 120 00 Prague 4-New Town, Czech Republic
    26 reviews

    One of the top building designs in the world - architect Frank Gehry called this the Fred and Ginger building, an amazing piece of architecture and one of Prague's iconic post-communist symbols.

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    Wenceslas Square

    Václavske náměstí 68, Prague 110 00 Czech Republic
    44 reviews

    I remember two features from this square. One was the monument to the victims of communism, which was metallic and appropriately depressing. The other was a statue of Superman flying headfirst into the ground.

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    Old Town Bridge Tower

    Malostranske náměstí, Prague 118 00 Czech Republic
    21 reviews

    The Charles Bridge is the historic and tourist center of Prague. The Bridge Tower hovers over the eastern end of the bridge. Typical of the city's medieval architecture, the bridge tower is crowned with spires. Pedestrians can walk through the gateway at the base. Artists and beggars tend to be equally thick here.

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    The Golden Lane

    Jiřská, Prague 119 00 Czech Republic
    7 reviews

    Golden Lane is a street surrounding the Prague Castle, whose name stems from the 16th century alchemists, who had to look there, according to legends, for a reaction to produce gold. It now consist of tiny colored houses, one of which is related to Franz Kafka, Czech-Jewish writer, who used this house for approximately two years. Free to visit after ...

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    Church of Our Lady before Týn

    Celetná 5, Prague 110 00 Czech Republic
    19 reviews

    Can't take my eyes of her. beautiful architecture. It has such a mysterious feeling to it. It's right beside the clock tower u can visit this place after checking out the clock tower

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  • 12

    Cross Club

    Plynární 1096/23, 170 00 Prague 7-Holešovice, Czech Republic
    8 reviews

    This is freaking amazing I loved it so much. Cute lil caffe on top. The design is just awesome. Funky music.

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    John Lennon Wall

    Velkopřevorské náměstí 490/1, 11800 Praha-Malá Strana, Czech Republic
    25 reviews

    This wall is so full of color and life, I really enjoyed looking at it and taking photos here :)

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    Franz Kafka Museum

    Cihelná 2b, Prague 118 00 Czech Republic
    5 reviews

    Honestly, all I can remember is the animated statues of two men urinating on a map of the Czech Republic. If you had to remember only one thing about a museum, shouldn't it be something like that?

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    Astronomical clock tower

    Old town Square, Prague, Czech Republic
    12 reviews

    We bought tickets to climb up the tower and look out on the city from the viewing area. We climbed the 70 meters to the top (you can wait in line to ride an elevator if you need to), and loved every minute of the climbing. I love history, reading about history, and seeing history right in front of my ...

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  • 16

    Lobkowicz - Lobkowicz Palace

    Jiřská 2/3, 119 00 Prague 1-Hradčany, Czech Republic
    3 reviews

    This is a must when you visit Prague. We attended a luncheon and a concert after being served. The history of the family is fascinating as well as the history of the city.

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    Old Jewish Cemetery

    Široká, Prague 110 00 Czech Republic
    27 reviews

    The Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague is creepy cool. Just down the street from Franz Kafka's Cafe, in a back alleyway you'll find headstones clustered together haphazardly and jutting out at weird angles - ancient Hebrew script underneath the mildew and neglect of times long forgotten. The legend of the Golem, a murderous automaton made of clay by a nefarious ...

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  • 18

    Jan Hus Memorial

    Old Town Square, 110 00 Prague, Czech Republic
    6 reviews

    It's in the middle of the Old Town Square, can't miss it

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  • 19

    Mala Strana

    10 reviews

    Mala Strana (Lesser Quarter) is one of the historic districts of historic Prague. It was built in the mid-thirteenth century.

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    Kampa Island

    Karlův most, Prague 110 00 Czech Republic
    8 reviews

    My two favorite parts of Kampa island were the eclectic Kafka Museum and Kampa Park restaurant which was fantastic. Also lots of cool street to walk around and great views.

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