Recently, Prague has risen as one of Europe's most attractive destinations.
It has been an unmistakable symbol of the Czech state for more than a thousand years.
Founded in the first quarter of the 9th century, the castle was the seat of Bohemian monarchs. Today, it serves as the residency of the presidents.
Spreading 45 hectares, the castle is one of the world's largest complexes. It comprises a palace, a church, and several gardens.
Prague's Old Town is packed with stored churches, spired towers, and narrow alleys.
It is among the oldest and by far, Prague's most beautiful district. The core of this area is the 10th-century Town Square.
Surrounding the Old Town Square are several meticulously preserved buildings.
The House at the Minute in Renaissance style.
Dating to the 15th century, this bridge connects the Old Town with the castle.
Over time, the bridge became the icon of Prague and a national monument. Not surprisingly, strolling across Charles Bridge is every visitor’s favorite activity.
Encompassing the Old Town on all sides is Nové Město – the New Town.
Its creation dates back to the 14th century when King Charles IV ordered an expansion of the city to adjust to the increasing population of Prague.
The area also houses the Vyšehrad – a citadel that played a role in Czech history.
The magnificent interior of churches in the New Town.
Prague - The Charms of Czech Capital