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Prague is a city of towers and spires, many of which you can climb to take in stunning views from the top. There are historic towers to explore in the Old Town, at Prague Castle, and at both ends of Charles Bridge, plus a mini 'Eiffel Tower' to climb on Petrin Hill.
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Astronomical Clock & Old Town Hall Tower, Old Town, Prague 1
Astronomical Clock & Old Town Hall Tower  One of Prague's must see attractions
Address: Old Town Square, Old Town, Prague 1
The Astronomical Clock (Pražský orloj), built into the side of the Old Town Hall Tower, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Prague. Climb the tower for spectacular views over the Old Town.
Adult: 250 CZK.  Student: 150 CZK.  Child: 150 CZK.
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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: 160 CZK.  Student: 90 CZK.  Child: 60 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 Bridge Tower, Lesser Town, Prague 1
Lesser Town Bridge Tower
Address: Charles Bridge, Lesser Town, Prague 1
The Lesser Town Bridge Tower (Malostranské mostecké věže) heralds the entrance to the Lesser Town from Charles Bridge. Climb the tower for a bird's-eye view over Charles Bridge.
Adult: 150 CZK.  Student: 100 CZK.  Child: 100 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 (Národní Muzeum) in Prague is the largest museum in the country. The main focus of the exhibitions is the nature and history of the Czech Republic. Visitors can also ride a lift up to the Dome.
Adult: 250 CZK.  Student: 150 CZK.  Child: 150 CZK.
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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 (Staroměstská mostecká věž) heralds the entrance to the Old Town from Charles Bridge. Climb the tower for a bird's-eye view over Charles Bridge.
Adult: 150 CZK.  Student: 100 CZK.  Child: 100 CZK.
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Petrin Lookout Tower & Petrin Hill, Lesser Town, Prague 5
Petrin Lookout Tower & Petrin Hill
Address: Prague 5
Take the funicular to the top of Petrin Hill to climb the Petrin Lookout Tower (Petřínská rozhledna) tower, for terrific views over Prague. Petrin has 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 (Prašná brána) dates from 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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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 (Kostel sv. Mikuláše) at Lesser Town Square is the largest church in Prague founded by the Jesuits. Began in 1703, it is the masterpiece of Christoph and Kilian Ignaz Dientzenhofer.
Adult: 100 CZK.  Student: 60 CZK.  Child: 60 CZK.
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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
To the casual observer, St. Vitus Cathedral (Katedrála sv. Víta) 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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