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Introducing Prague

With Gothic churches, hilltop fortresses and an Old Town straight out of a fairytale, Prague is easily Central Europe’s most charming and photogenic city. Nicknamed the City of a H... Read More

Prague tourism

Whether it’s the Baroque buildings, Bohemian art or world-class beer, there are plenty of reasons people are drawn to Prague. The warm summer months are the busiest time for the city, when the Naplavka Riverbank is lined with sunbathers watching the swans on the Vltava. Autumn brings gorgeous foliage to Prague’s many parks, and Christmas markets draw in crowds in December. You’ll find the cheapest time to visit is between January and March.

Neighborhoods in Prague