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Prague. Recreation and entertainment

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Prague is one of the most visited capitals in Europe. The city has an extensive hotel chain, has 29 five-star, 126 four-star and about 250 three-star hotels. The number of places in them is about 90 thousand. Almost 4 million tourists visit Prague every year.

Cultural attractions

There are several hundred cultural and historical attractions in the city, 5 historical districts are objects UNESCO World Cultural Heritage as an architectural and historical reserve.

In Prague, you can see unique architecture: Gothic castles, ancient cathedrals, fortifications, famous squares and bridges. St. Vitus Cathedral is considered one of the most visited architectural monuments. This is a Gothic Catholic cathedral that took almost 600 years to build. It can take several days to see the splendor of the building and the artwork inside the cathedral.

Old Town Square is also a very popular tourist destination. This is an old medieval square, surrounded by buildings of the town hall. This square attracts with its extraordinary beauty and magical comfort.

Almost all tourists who come to Prague visit the famous Charles Bridge. This bridge is a piece of medieval art. It connects the banks of the Vltava River and has a length of 520 m. It has 30 sculptures. One of the most famous is the statue of St. John of Nepomuk, which people come to rub to fulfill their wishes.

Czech Republic is a country famous for its brewing, in Prague you can go to a museum dedicated to this business. U Fleku Museum (U Fleku) is located in a building where malt has been processed since the 17th century. It is both a brewery restaurant and a museum.

In addition to the above, it is also interesting to visit the Prague City Museum, the Museum of Czech Music, the Prague City Gallery, the Wax Museum, the Prague Castle Picture Gallery, the Museum of Czech Glass, the Museum of Czech Literature, Museum of Medieval History and Museum of Torture Weapons.


Travel Tips

  • Guests of the capital arriving for up to 30 days or more, are required to register with the Czech Police for Foreigners. Those arriving for less than 30 days must be registered within 3 days from the date of arrival (by the inviting party or by the hotel administration).
  • For travel on public transport, it is more convenient to buy a pass (for example, for a week).
  • All tourists are advised to purchase a detailed map of the city.

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