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Prague Sights & Attractions A-Z

Our guide to the top Prague sights and attractions, including Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, Gothic towers, majestic squares and ancient churches.
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Charles Bridge, , Prague 1
Charles Bridge One of Prague's must see attractions
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One of Prague's most romantic sights, a stroll on Charles Bridge presents fine views of Prague Castle, the Vltava River and many of Prague's famous riverside attractions. Charles Bridge connects the Old Town to the Lesser Town (Mala Strana).
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Charles Bridge Museum, Old Town, Prague 1
Charles Bridge Museum
Address: Krizovnicke namesti 3, Old Town, Prague 1
This museum explores the history of Prague's foremost river crossing. It explains the different stages of the bridge's construction using miniature models, original artefacts and replica parts.
Adult: 170 CZK  Student: 70 CZK  Child: 70 CZK
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Czech Museum of Music, Lesser Town, Prague 1
Czech Museum of Music
Address: Karmelitska 2, Lesser Town, Prague 1
The Czech Museum of Music is located in the former Baroque church of St. Mary Magdalene. It holds a collection of around 700,000 items, documenting the history of music in the city and the wider world.
Adult: 120 CZK  Student: 80 CZK  Child: 80 CZK
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Dancing House, New Town, Prague 2
Dancing House
Address: Jiraskovo namesti, New Town, Prague 2
Dancing House cuts a fine figure alongside the river, a strikingly modern contrast to the historic Prague attractions. On the top floor of Dancing House is Ginger & Fred, one of Prague's leading restaurants, offering fine French cuisine and magnificent city views.
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Estates Theatre, Old Town, Prague 1
Estates Theatre One of Prague's must see attractions
Address: Ovocny trh 1, Old Town, Prague 1
The Estates Theatre in Prague is one of the finest historical theatres in Europe. Mozart personally conducted the premiere of the opera Don Giovanni here in 1787. The theatre stages a variety of operas throughout the year, many by Mozart.
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Funicular Railway, Lesser Town, Prague 5
Funicular Railway
Address: Petrin Hill, Lesser Town, Prague 5
Runs from the Lesser Town up Petrin Hill. At the top, set in landscaped gardens, is Petrin Lookout Tower, a mirror maze & an observatory. A half way stop serves Nebozizek Restaurant.
Adult: 32 CZK  Student: 32 CZK  Child: 16 CZK
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Golden Lane at Prague Castle, Castle District, Prague 1
Golden Lane at Prague Castle
Address: Prague Castle, Castle District, Prague 1
Golden Lane is an ancient street of 11 historic houses within the Prague Castle complex. Inside the houses are displays of armoury, textiles & other attractions, along with tourist souvenir shops.
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Heydrich Terror Memorial and St. Cyril & Methodius Cathedral, New Town, Prague 1
Heydrich Terror Memorial and St. Cyril & Methodius Cathedral
Address: Resslova 9a, New Town, Prague 1
In May 1942, two Czechoslovak paratroopers carried out the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich, the Nazi overseer of Czechoslovakia. A museum in the crypt of the church tells the story.
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Infant Jesus of Prague and Church of Our Lady Victorious, Lesser Town, Prague 1
Infant Jesus of Prague and Church of Our Lady Victorious
Address: Karmelitska 9, Lesser Town, Prague 1
The church houses a statue called the Infant Jesus of Prague. It is credited with miraculous healing and, amongst other things, with saving Prague during the Swedish siege in 1639.
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Jewish Museum in Prague, Jewish Quarter (Josefov), Prague 1
Jewish Museum in Prague
Jewish Quarter (Josefov), Prague 1
The Jewish Quarter contains the best preserved complex of historical Jewish monuments in Europe. The 'Jewish Museum in Prague' is a collection of the most significant of these monuments.
Adult: 350 CZK  Student: 250 CZK  Child: 250 CZK
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Jewish Quarter (Josefov), Josefov, Prague 1
Jewish Quarter (Josefov) One of Prague's must see attractions
Josefov, Prague 1
The Jewish Quarter (Josefov) in Prague is sandwiched between the Old Town Square and the river. The torrid history of the former Jewish Ghetto began in the 13th century, when Jewish people were ordered to vacate their disparate homes and settle in the area.
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Jindrisska Tower, New Town, Prague 1
Jindrisska Tower
Address: Jindrisska, New Town, Prague 1
Jindrisska Tower (Jindrisska Vez) is a multi-level attraction, offering fine views over Prague from the top. Jindrisska is the highest separate belfry in Prague at 66m high and has ten floors.
Adult: 140 CZK  Student: 80 CZK  Child: 50 CZK
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Klementinum, Old Town, Prague 1
Klementinum One of Prague's must see attractions
Address: Karlova 1, Old Town, Prague 1
Founded in 1232, the Klementinum is one of the most historic sights in Prague. Its attractions include the Astronomical Tower, which offers 360° views over the Old Town; the Baroque Library; and the stunning Mirror Chapel, which hosts classical concerts.
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Lesser Town, , Prague 1
Lesser Town One of Prague's must see attractions
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The Lesser Town (Mala Strana) clusters around the foothills of Prague Castle. This picturesque area of ancient burgher houses, quaint side streets and St. Nicholas Church is a favourite setting for movies and commercials.
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Lesser Town Bridge Tower, Lesser Town, Prague 1
Lesser Town Bridge Tower
Address: Charles Bridge, Lesser Town, Prague 1
The Lesser Town Bridge Tower is situated at one end of Charles Bridge. For tourists arriving from the Old Town, this ancient gate is the main pedestrian entrance to the Lesser Town.
Adult: 100 CZK  Student: 70 CZK  Child: 70 CZK
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Lobkowicz Palace at Prague Castle, Castle District, Prague 1
Lobkowicz Palace at Prague Castle
Address: Jirska 3, Castle District, Prague 1
Part of the Prague Castle complex, Lobkowicz Palace holds masterpieces by 12th-20th century painters, weapons and ceramics collections, musical instruments, and rare manuscripts from Mozart and Beethoven. It also hosts a popular lunchtime classical concert.
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Loreta, Castle District, Prague 1
Loreta
Address: Loretanske namesti 7, Castle District, Prague 1
The beautiful Loreta is an important pilgrimage site, built to promote the legend of Santa Casa. The church is situated in a delightful courtyard surrounded by chapel-lined arcades.
Adult: 150 CZK  Student: 110 CZK  Child: 80 CZK
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Maisel Synagogue, Josefov, Prague 1
Maisel Synagogue
Address: Maiselova 10, Josefov, Prague 1
Maisel Synagogue is one of the historical monuments that form the Jewish Museum in Prague. It was built in 1590-92 and for a century it stood as the largest and most impressive building in the Jewish Ghetto. It is now the setting for early evening classical concerts.
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Mucha Museum, New Town, Prague 1
Mucha Museum
Address: Panska 7, Kaunicky Palace, New Town, Prague 1
A small museum dedicated to the life and works of the Czech Art Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha, famous for his poster designs for the theatre productions of the actress Sarah Bernhardt.
Adult: 240 CZK  Student: 160 CZK  Child: 160 CZK
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Municipal House, Old Town, Prague 1
Municipal House One of Prague's must see attractions
Address: Republic Square 5, Old Town, Prague 1
Municipal House in Prague is one of the finest Art Nouveau buildings in Europe. Inside is a magnificent complex of rooms, including the largest concert hall in Prague, fine restaurants, an American cocktail bar, an elegant traditional café and exhibition rooms.
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Museum of Communism, New Town, Prague 1
Museum of Communism
Address: V Celnici 4, New Town, Prague 1
The Museum of Communism is the primary attraction of its kind in Prague, leading visitors through the life of the Czech people in the times of the Soviet Union.
Adult: 290 CZK  Student: 250 CZK  Child: 190 CZK
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National Museum, New Town, Prague 1
National Museum One of Prague's must see attractions
Address: Wenceslas Square 68, New Town, Prague 1
The National Museum is the largest, oldest museum in the Czech Republic. This monumental, neo-Renaissance building, dominates the top of Wenceslas Square and houses a vast array of exhibits.
Adult: 260 CZK  Student: 170 CZK  Child: 170 CZK
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National Theatre, New Town, Prague 1
National Theatre One of Prague's must see attractions
Address: Narodni 2, New Town, Prague 1
The National Theatre in Prague is a stunning neo-Renaissance building set on the banks of the Vltava River, its golden roof gleaming in the sunshine on fine weather days.
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Old Town Bridge Tower, Old Town, Prague 1
Old Town Bridge Tower
Address: Charles Bridge, Old Town, Prague 1
Part of Prague's old fortification system, the Old Town Bridge Tower is one of the most beautiful Gothic towers in Europe and heralds the entrance to the Old Town from Charles Bridge.
Adult: 100 CZK  Student: 70 CZK  Child: 70 CZK
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Old Town Hall Tower & Astronomical Clock, Old Town, Prague 1
Old Town Hall Tower & Astronomical Clock One of Prague's must see attractions
Address: Old Town Square, Old Town, Prague 1
The Astronomical Clock is one of the most popular Prague tourist attractions. Watch the procession of the Twelve Apostles, then climb the tower for spectacular views over the Old Town.
Adult: 250 CZK  Student: 150 CZK  Child: 150 CZK
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Old Town Square, Old Town, Prague 1
Old Town Square One of Prague's must see attractions
Old Town, Prague 1
With its origins in the 12th century, the Old Town Square is the most significant square in the historical centre of Prague and is unquestionably one of the most beautiful historical sights in Europe.
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Petrin Hill & Lookout Tower, Lesser Town, Prague 5
Petrin Hill & Lookout Tower
Lesser Town, Prague 5
Take the funicular to the top of Petrin Hill, then climb the Lookout Tower to enjoy the views over Prague. There are also landscaped gardens, a mirror maze and an observatory.
Adult: 150 CZK  Student: 80 CZK  Child: 80 CZK
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Powder Tower, Old Town, Prague 1
Powder Tower
Address: Republic Square, Old Town, Prague 1
The Powder Tower can trace its origins back to the 11th century, when it was one of 13 entrances to the Old Town. In time it was used to store gunpowder, so became known as the Powder Tower.
Adult: 100 CZK  Student: 70 CZK  Child: 70 CZK
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Prague Castle, Castle District, Prague 1
Prague Castle One of Prague's must see attractions
Castle District, Prague 1
Prague Castle is Prague's premier tourist attraction. This vast complex includes churches, palaces, a monastery, museums, art galleries, viewing towers and the supreme St. Vitus Cathedral.
Adult: 350 CZK  Student: 175 CZK  Child: 175 CZK
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Prague City Museum, Florenc, Prague 8
Prague City Museum
Address: Na Porici 52, Florenc, Prague 8
Prague City Museum has historical artefacts, documents, weapons and maps documenting the history of Prague from prehistoric times. The highlight is a huge 19th century model of the city.
Adult: 150 CZK  Student: 60 CZK  Child: 60 CZK
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Prague State Opera, New Town, Prague 1
Prague State Opera
Address: Wilsonova 4, New Town, Prague 1
Prague State Opera stages a varied programme of opera and ballet by Verdi, Tchaikovsky, Puccini, Rossini, Donizetti, Prokofiev and other composers. Prague State Opera is currently closed for renovation. It reopens in January 2020.
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Prague Zoo, Troja, Prague 7
Prague Zoo
Address: U Trojskeho zamku 120, Troja, Prague 7
Prague Zoo is the most visited zoological garden in the Czech Republic. There are around 5000 animals and 680 species, and the grounds stretch from a lush river valley to rolling meadows.
Adult: 200 CZK  Student: 150 CZK  Child: 150 CZK
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Rudolfinum (Dvorak Hall), Old Town, Prague 1
Rudolfinum (Dvorak Hall)
Address: Alsovo nabrezi 12, Old Town, Prague 1
The Rudolfinum in Prague is a significant Neo-Renaissance structure set in a commanding position near the river. The Dvořák Hall inside the Rudolfinum hosts a varied programme of classical music concerts, mostly performed by the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra.
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Sea World, Holesovice, Prague 7
Sea World
Address: Vystaviste, Holesovice, Prague 7
The largest Sea World in the Czech Republic boasts a giant fish tank containing 100,000 litres of seawater. Observe an array of fish feeding off coral, along with sharks, moray eels and rays.
Adult: 320 CZK  Student: 250 CZK  Child: 200 CZK
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Spanish Synagogue, Josefov, Prague 1
Spanish Synagogue
Address: Vezenska 1, Josefov, Prague 1
The Spanish Synagogue in Prague is described as the most beautiful synagogue in Europe. Set in the Jewish Quarter (Josefov), this magnificent building forms part of the Jewish Museum, plus is the wonderful setting for early evening classical concerts.
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St. George's Basilica at Prague Castle, Castle District, Prague 1
St. George's Basilica at Prague Castle
Address: Prague Castle, Castle District, Prague 1
St. George's Basilica was founded by Prince Vratislav (915-921) and is both the best-preserved Romanesque church in Prague, and the oldest church building in the Prague Castle complex.
St. George's Basilica is a popular setting for classical concerts.
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St. Nicholas Church at Lesser Town Square, Lesser Town, Prague 1
St. Nicholas Church at Lesser Town Square
Address: Lesser Town Square, Lesser Town, Prague 1
St. Nicholas Church at Malostranske namesti is the largest church in Prague founded by the Jesuits. Began in 1703, it is the masterpiece of Christoph and Kilian Ignaz Dientzenhofer.
Adult: 70 CZK  Student: 50 CZK  Child: 50 CZK
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St. Nicholas Church at Old Town Square, Old Town, Prague 1
St. Nicholas Church at Old Town Square One of Prague's must see attractions
Address: Old Town Square, Old Town, Prague 1
The lovely white façade of St. Nicholas Church gleams in the corner of the Old Town Square, hit by the sun during the day and lit by strong white lights at night. Classical concerts are held here.
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St. Vitus Cathedral at Prague Castle, Castle District, Prague 1
St. Vitus Cathedral at Prague Castle One of Prague's must see attractions
Address: Prague Castle, Castle District, Prague 1
St. Vitus Cathedral is the dominant building within the Prague Castle complex. The cathedral is a Gothic masterpiece commissioned by Charles IV in 1344. Visitors can climb the Great South Tower to enjoy magnificent views over the city.
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Strahov Monastery, Castle District, Prague 1
Strahov Monastery
Address: Strahovske nadvori 1, Strahov, Castle District, Prague 1
Strahov Monastery sits above Petrin Hill, and offers a serene view over the Lesser Town. Take time to contemplate life in this tranquil location, and visit its famous library of over 16,000 books.
Adult: 120 CZK  Student: 60 CZK  Child: 60 CZK
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Tyn Church, Old Town, Prague 1
Tyn Church One of Prague's must see attractions
Address: Old Town Square, Old Town, Prague 1
Tyn Church, founded in 1385, dominates one side of the Old Town Square in Prague. The towers of this powerful looking Gothic church (with a Baroque interior) can be seen from all over Prague.
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Villa Amerika - Dvorak Museum, Vinohrady, Prague 2
Villa Amerika - Dvorak Museum
Address: Ke Karlovu 20, Vinohrady, Prague 2
The Dvořák Museum at Villa Amerika in Prague is dedicated to the life and works of the Czech composer. This 18th century summer palace also hosts living history classical concerts from May to October.
Adult: 50 CZK  Student: 30 CZK  Child: 30 CZK
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Vltava River One of Prague's must see attractions
The Vltava River flows through the centre of Prague. The Old Town and the New Town lie on one side of the river. On the other bank is the Lesser Town and Prague Castle. Spanning the two sides is Charles Bridge, a pedestrian crossing and focal point for visitors to the city.
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Vysehrad Park and St. Peter & Paul Church, Vysehrad, Prague 2
Vysehrad Park and St. Peter & Paul Church
Address: V Pevnosti 5b, Vysehrad, Prague 2
Vysehrad Park covers a large area. Visitors can take a pleasant walk through landscaped gardens, enjoy a picnic, admire fine views over the river and visit the Church of St. Peter & Paul.
Adult: 50 CZK  Student: 30 CZK  Child: 30 CZK
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Wax Museum of Legends, Old Town, Prague 1
Wax Museum of Legends
Address: Celetna 15, Old Town, Prague 1
An entertaining journey through history, with waxwork figures set in a series of rooms, each depicting a different era. It's very hands-on, as you meet Mozart, Brad Pitt, President Trump and the Queen.
Adult: 399 CZK  Student: 344 CZK  Child: 279 CZK
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Wenceslas Square, New Town, Prague 1
Wenceslas Square One of Prague's must see attractions
New Town, Prague 1
Wenceslas Square is Prague’s main boulevard, and the centre for shops, bars, banks, casinos & hotels. It is an extremely popular place for tourists to stay, as most of Prague's sights & attractions lie within easy walking distance.
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