One of Europe’s best-preserved cities, Prague has a romantic riverside location enhanced by graceful bridges and a magnificent skyline punctuated with medieval church spires. Its historic Old Town follows a plan laid out 1,000 years ago, with ancient squares and winding cobblestone streets. Haunting Prague Castle looms large across the Vltava River, rising above the exquisite Charles Bridge. Add extravagant, fairy-tale architecture; memorable classical music; and, these days, good food and drink, and it’s easy to see why Prague charms everyone who visits.
Josefov (Jewish Quarter)
For centuries Prague had an active, vital Jewish community that was an exuberant part of the city’s culture. Much of…Learn More >
Letna, Holešovice, and Troja
All three of these neighborhoods are up and coming, with new cultural and dining attractions popping up weekly. Come here…Learn More >
Mala Strana (Lesser Quarter)
Established in 1257, this is Prague's most perfectly formed—yet totally asymmetrical—neighborhood. Also known as "Little Town," it was home to…Learn More >