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Destination Guide: Prague

Bohemian cafés and a skyline of spires
Lose yourself in a maze of cobblestoned backstreets and Romanesque architecture. Stroll across lamp-lit bridges or glide along the River Vltava at twilight.

Food and Drink

Dine on hearty Czech dishes in Baroque surroundings. Combine dinner with river views in Kampa or try wild game or pork schnitzel in medieval cellars off the Old Town Square. Summertime beer gardens and 19th-century teahouses dripping with chandeliers fill the Old and Lesser Towns.

Sightseeing and relaxation

Meander down backstreets and count the spires from up high. Climb shop-lined Nerudova lane to explore Prague Castle and its clutch of churches and monuments. Relax in the hidden Wallenstein gardens, or take in the city's skyline from Petrin Hill's mini Eiffel Tower. Beguiling lanes wind downhill to Lesser Town and the exhilarating walk across Charles Bridge. Admire Art Nouveau at the Mucha Museum and Municipal House.


Shop for Czech crystal and handicrafts. Source classic lead crystal on tree-lined Parizska Boulevard. Or take home red garnet gemstones from the Old Town and vintage treasures from Vltavska market. Artisans sell handmade puppets in stores lined with marionettes in Lesser Town.

Nightlife and Entertainment

Combine chamber music with sumptuous surroundings. Hear Mozart at the Estates Theatre, where the maestro himself conducted, or be surrounded by golden embellishments and organ harmonies at recitals in St Nicholas Church. While away evenings in the Old Town's basement jazz clubs.