The dazzling capital of the Czech Republic, the explorable Prague has fittingly been nicknamed “the City of a Hundred Spires.” Halved by the Vltava River and notable for architecture Baroque, Renaissance, and Gothic, visitors will find much to take in here. Stroll Old Town Square, bear witness to Astronomical clock’s hourly show, marvel at the immense Prague Castle, and be sure to cross the Charles Bridge, with its continuous alley of Catholic statues. And don’t miss the breathtaking stained glass at St. Vitus Cathedral.

When in Prague, a cruise on the picturesque Vltava provides great views of the city from a new perspective. Nightlife is plentiful, with many jazz music venues, clubs and pubs to choose from. Beer has also become a great reason to be in Prague, with excellent regional and microbrewed libations delighting thirsty travelers.

Medieval streets, stunning monuments, historic gardens and gorgeous views everywhere you look… Prague is everything a traveler could hope for!

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For a fast, convenient way of getting from Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG) to the city center, take the Airport Express bus (AE Express). Bus stops are located outside both Terminals 1 and 2. Buses run every 30 minutes to an hour, from 5:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
In terms of getting around Prague, remember that the city center is compact and walkable (use taxis cautiously due to overcharging). For Prague Metro, trams and buses, your ticket or pass provides unlimited switching between the three.

Dating back to 1410, this medieval creation is the oldest clock in the world that still operates.

Located in Prague's Old Town quarter, this historic square has striking and diverse architecture, including the Gothic Church of Our Lady before Týn. Christmas and Easter markets are also held in Old Town Square.

Crossing the Vltava river and connecting Old Town and Prague Castle, Charles Bridge started its existence in 1357. This bow bridge features an alley of largely Baroque-syle statues and statuaries.

This 9th century castle compound has been the seat of power throughout its history, and also to this day, as the Czech President's official office is located inside. A major tourist attraction, this complex draws nearly 2 million visitors each year.

This ancient folk event marking the end of winter is a mix of Halloween and May Day. A lantern parade culminating in burning an effigy of a witch are all part of this unusual festival.