Prague, Czech Republic

Prague, a city with a colorful history

Prague, a city with a colorful history

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12 tour stops

1

Wenceslas Square

This broad boulevard was laid out more than six centuries ago.

7 min
2

Estates Theatre

This neo-Classical building features a simple design, columns & a Greek temple roof.

3 min
3

Old Town Square

This square is the heart of Prague’s oldest neighborhoods.

6 min
4

Spanish Synagogue

This 19th-century temple features a museum that tells of Prague’s Jewish community.

3 min
5

Convent of St. Agnes

This convent is one of the city’s best examples of Gothic architecture.

3 min
6

Old Town Hall

Built in the 14th century, this building was heavily damaged by the Nazis.

8 min
7

Clementinum

Originally a Jesuit college, the Clementinum now houses the national library.

4 min
8

Charles Bridge

This bridge and its tower are probably Prague’s most well-known landmarks.

6 min
9

St. Nicholas Church

This vast, opulent church was erected by three generations of architects & builders.

3 min
10

Nerudova

This square features the Schwarzenburg Palace, now a museum of military history.

2 min
11

Loreto

This ornate church features a 27-bell carillon & a replica of the Santa Casa.

6 min
12

The Castle

Since the 9th century, this castle has been the region’s political & national heart.

9 min

Overview

Moravia, Bohemia, the Holy Roman Empire - Prague has been the capital of various countries, territories and empires over the centuries and each has left its mark on the architecture, historic monuments and customs of this historic city.

With styles ranging from Baroque to Cubist and Romantic to Art Deco, Prague is complex, varied and constantly changing. After Wenceslas Square, our guide to Prague will show you the bizarre Astronomical Clock in the Old Town Square - and reveal the tragedy of its creator. We'll point out to you the home of Franz Kafka, master of suspense and paranoia.

Take a stroll across the famous Charles Bridge as we show you the most interesting and beautiful statues that line it - and explain why we've got the humble egg to thank for this centuries old historic monument.

We'll show you the main sites of the city and tell you all about them as we visit the beautiful Loreto and the magnificent Castle.

Itinerary 5.0 km / 5:30

Offline map included

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