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 Vinohrady Theatre: More than 100 years in the centre of Prague’s cultural life

The Vinohrady Theatre: More than 100 years in the centre of Prague’s cultural life

Among the dozens of Prague theatres, the Vinohrady Theatre stands out with its unsettled history, luxurious building and repertoire quality.

New Town Hall: From an execution ground to the cultural stronghold of the city

New Town Hall: From an execution ground to the cultural stronghold of the city

Learn about the bloody history of the New Town Hall and look out of the 70-meter tower like of the New Town watchman used to do more than 550 years ago.

Excursions around Prague: Walk along the Berounka River to Karlštejn Castle

Excursions around Prague: Walk along the Berounka River to Karlštejn Castle

What attracts thousands of tourists every day to Karlštejn Castle? You have to feel the local genius loci for yourself to understand. Experience the beautiful nature and learn about the famous history.

The Prague astronomical clock: more than 600 of mysteries and secret symbols

The Prague astronomical clock: more than 600 of mysteries and secret symbols

The Prague astronomical clockwork is almost original, dating back to 1410. Its dial shows three different times. Discover its mysteries and learn to read it.

Infant Jesus of Prague: beautiful and gracious

Infant Jesus of Prague: beautiful and gracious

The Infant Jesus of Prague makes the city one of the main places of pilgrimage in Europe. What is its story and when can you see it?

Poor houses in Golden Lane lure thousands of rich tourists

Poor houses in Golden Lane lure thousands of rich tourists

If the hobbits would have a city, they would live in Golden Lane. You will feel like a giant among the little colourful houses – who lived in them 500 years ago and what can you find there today?

Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul: the oldest cemetery in Vyšehrad and computer-operated bells

Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul: the oldest cemetery in Vyšehrad and computer-operated bells

Every citizen of Prague and every tourist knows the view of the two towers of the basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul in Vyšehrad. The unique building, however, has much more to offer.

The New Town built by Charles IV

The New Town built by Charles IV

After the construction of the New Town, Prague became a busy European metropolis. Visit the masterpiece of Charles IV and find the details that amaze people even today.

Public holidays in the Czech Republic

Public holidays in the Czech Republic

Learn more about the Czech public holidays – they are not just days off, but remind us of important personalities and milestones of the Czech history.

6 tips for trips with children

6 tips for trips with children

Are your children rollicking all the time? Have you run out of the ideas how to entertain them? Get inspired by the following tips that will make the whole family happy in any weather.