Tips for Trips

Whether you come to Prague for a few days, weeks or months, you should not miss at least the most famous of the numerous sites and monuments in the city. There are countless picturesque streets, romantic corners as well as places of entertainment, sports, and history – this metropolis will always have something to offer. Just choose what you like!

The Folimanka Park: pleasant on the outside, chilly under the ground

The Folimanka Park: pleasant on the outside, chilly under the ground

You will never get bored in the Folimanka Park. Start your programme in the children’s centre or on the sports grounds, relax at the fountain, or go to see a professional basketball match.

What was the life of the Czech aristocracy like? The exhibition at the Lobkowicz Palace will take yo

What was the life of the Czech aristocracy like? The exhibition at the Lobkowicz Palace will take yo

The Lobkowicz Palace will enchant you with its unique family atmosphere and elegant architecture. In the museum, you may feel like a royal governor for at least an hour.

Stop visiting boring museums and exhibitions! Have fun in the National Gallery

Stop visiting boring museums and exhibitions! Have fun in the National Gallery

The National Gallery in Prague is part of the Czech cultural inheritance. Find out why and enjoy the beauty of the most valuable artworks in the Czech Republic.

Two sculptures of Franz Kafka show the two faces of Prague – the romantic and consumerist one

Two sculptures of Franz Kafka show the two faces of Prague – the romantic and consumerist one

Just as there are contradictions in the society, there are two very different two sculptures of Franz Kafka in Prague. One of them is bright and modern; the other one is more traditional and contemplative.

The splendour of the Vrtba Garden remains hidden from the crowds

The splendour of the Vrtba Garden remains hidden from the crowds

Find a real peace and Baroque romance amongst the luxurious botanical and works of the Vrtba Garden.

The Spanish Synagogue in Prague is one the most beautiful synagogues in the world

The Spanish Synagogue in Prague is one the most beautiful synagogues in the world

The locals walk past the building unnoticed, but when you stop, you can almost feel a strong spiritual atmosphere like nowhere else. The Jewish Quarter will bewitch with its sights and turbulent history.

There is St. Nicholas Church on both banks of the Vltava River have their own

There is St. Nicholas Church on both banks of the Vltava River have their own

Stop by and go through the decorated frontage to the sumptuous interior emphasizing the deep spiritual meaning of both churches of St. Nicholas in Prague.

The State Opera – it lost its independence but it outperforms many scenes in Europe

The State Opera – it lost its independence but it outperforms many scenes in Europe

The fame of the Prague opera scene has gone far beyond the borders of the Czech Republic since its establishment in 1888. No connoisseur can miss a performance in the State Opera.

Stromovka: a matter of many Praguers’ heart

Stromovka: a matter of many Praguers’ heart

Do you go to Stromovka every weekend but you have not heard about the Rudolf tunnel yet? Thanks to the long history of the big park, there is always something more to explore.

The library and gallery of the Strahov Monastery will make you shiver

The library and gallery of the Strahov Monastery will make you shiver

You can get to the Strahov Monastery from more directions: from Petřín, Pohořelec, and Dlabačov, and you will never regret it.