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5 good reasons to go to Prague

A UNESCO-listed town centre
A UNESCO-listed town centre
As a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site, Prague dazzles in its splendour. Get a feel for the city with a wander through its many districts, such as Hradčany, Malá Strana and Staré Město. Cross over Charles Bridge, take in the castle, the astronomical clock, the Klementinum, churches, the town hall and the Dancing House.
When art and history collide
When art and history collide
The Czech capital is steeped in culture. The cubism, Mucha and Kampa museums, Trafo Gallery and Veletržní and Lobkowicz palaces are a treat for art lovers, while history buffs will enjoy wandering around the communism and KGB museums. The Franz Kafka museum dedicated to the famous Prague writer is a must.
Island magic
Island magic
Prague is full of green spaces, and a boat ride down the Vltava gives you the chance to hop between the islands that dot the river. Cruise under the Legion Bridge and Archer's Island, a gorgeous little islet that's perfect for peaceful walks. The other islands won't disappoint either.
Classical music galore
Classical music galore
Vibrant Prague hosts a thrilling line-up of musical events throughout the year. Book your flight to attend one of the city's many events: The Prague Spring and Autumn festivals (classical music), the Summer Shakespeare Festival (theatre), the Landscape Festival (art), and more.
The art of the aperitif
The art of the aperitif
Locals love nothing more than to meet for a locally-brewed beer or glass of absinthe, perfect when paired with a plate of goulash or selection of cured meats. Don't miss out on trdelník, a sweet treat with a unique, smoky flavour.

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A formidable castle

A formidable castle

The hilltop Prague Castle watches over the entire city, surrounded by majestic castle walls that enclose treasures. A tour of the castle leads on to the royal palace with its exceptional reception room, the Gothic Saint Guy cathedral and the 10th-century Saint George basilica with its famous Powder Tower.

Explore the Jewish district

Josefov eis Prague's Jewish district, where luxury boutiques, restaurants and synagogues huddle together. Saunter up Pařížská Street to marvel at the beautiful buildings and houses. Make the most of your time in this neighbourhood to pay a visit to the incredible Jewish museum and cemetery, where graves and nature co-exist in harmony.

The Klementinum, Prague's crown jewel

The Klementinum, Prague's crown jewel

This impressive Jesuit complex includes the Saint Salvator Church, the astronomical tower and the unmissable library. The latter is an elaborate Baroque masterpiece decked out in frescoes, wood-panelling, columns and wooden floorboards, staggering from head to toe. The library is home to thousands of scientific manuscripts and dozens of globes. Truly magical!


In the heart of Prague

In the heart of Prague

Head to Staroměstské náměstí, the old town, for a slice of authentic Prague living. The square is riveting with its formidable monuments and Baroque façades, and is lined with cafés, bars and restaurants that set out their terraces in this historic setting. Street artists flock here to show off their talents.

The capital's festive underground

A secret, shadow world exists deep under Prague's pavements. You'll need to keep your eyes peeled if you don't want to miss out. When night falls, the locals gather in bars and clubs buried underground. These former bomb shelters were transformed into party hotspots, and are often tucked away behind unassuming doors.


Goulash, stew from the East

An iconic Czech and Hungarian dish, goulash is a rich, comforting stew. Goulash is made by simmering beef, beer and paprika, a spice that holds pride of place in Eastern European cuisine. Different variations on the theme mean yours may be served with peppers, tomatoes and potatoes.

Trdelník, a unique, smoky cake

Trdelník, a unique, smoky cake

In Prague, locals and visitors alike are firm fans of trdelník. Originally Slovakian, this cake took Prague by storm. Cake batter is rolled up in a tube and dusted with sugar, cinnamon, coconut or hazelnut before being cooked over a wood fire. Its smoky flavour makes trdelník a highly original dessert.

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