Places to Travel in Prague

Travel to Place in Prague

Prague, the capital of Czech Republic, is one of the worth visiting cities of Central Europe. It continues to mesmerize visitors with its historical sites and tourist attractions which has to be visited and seen.

Czech Republic's capital city Prague is the biggest city in the country. It used to serve as capital of Czechoslovakia. Prague, the popular city amongst the vacationer, is also known as "Golden City", "The City of Tale", "The Mother of the Cities" and "The Heart of Europe"

The central of the city was added on the UNESCO list for World Cultural Heritage in 1992.

There are lots of beautiful attractions in Prague. Some of those:

Old Town Square

Old Town Square is the oldest centre of the Prague and situated between Wenceslas Square and Charles Bridge. Prague astronomical clock and the Church of Our Lady before Tyn can be seen from the square. Old Town Square is one of the must-seen places in Prague.

Charles Bridge

The construction of Charles Bridge was started in 1357, completed 43 years later in 1400. Bridge is located on the Vltava River. Charles Bridge, which is 516 meters long and 10 meters wide, has 30 Baroque statues and 16 arches. Thousands of tourist walk on the bridge to see spectacular views of the river.

Prague Castle (Prazsky Hrad)

Prazsky Hrad (Prague Castle), in Prague, has been listed in Guinness Book of World Records as the longest antique castle in the world. The castle has a total length of 570 meters and a total width of 130 meters. Prague Castle was used as church, palace and monastery in 14th century. Throughout history, the castle had been home to significant civilizations and now houses the offices of the heads of state.

Astronomical Clock

Astronomical Clock in the capital of Czech Republic, is the only clock that still works among the three astronomical clock on earth. The clock is one of the most interesting attractions with its animation every hour. In addition to this, you may climb the top of the clock and watch fascinating views of Prague. Astronomical Clock, the most important symbol of the Prague meets with thousands of visitors every year.

St. Vitus Cathedral (Katedrala Svateho Vita)

St. Vitus Cathedral is in the Prague Castle.  After passing the first two yards, the cathedral is welcoming the visitors. St. Vitus, the Roman Catolic Cathedral is the biggest and most important cathedral in Prague. You may visit the a great number of treasures and the graves of the Bohemian kings in the cathedral which is an perfect example of gothic architecture.

Old Royal Palace

Old Royal Palace is another significant structure in Prague Castle. The places sits on the southern end of the castle's third yard. In the palace, you can see the works belonging to the Romenesque period amongst the oldest remains. An important hall called "Vladislav Hall", is now being used in events such as Czech Presidential oath-taking ceremonies, state ceremonies and exhibitions.

Wallenstein Palace (Valdstejnsky Palac)

Wallenstein Palace, was established for General Wallenstein who fought in 30 Years War. The Wallenstein Palace in Prague has the title of being the first built Baroque style. With its views and gardens, holds official celebrations and concerts, and also in here, there is the senate of Czech Republic.

Nerudova Street (Nerudova Ulice)

Neruda Street takes its name from the poet Jan Neruda who lived on this street. The main feature of the street is every house plates on the street was designed with different shapesThe reason for various designed plates, was formerly to understand which houses belonged to whom and distunguish from each other.

Dancing House (Tancici Dum)

Dancing House is at the top of the list to be visited places in Prague. The building, established in early 90's is also known as Fred and Ginger Building. While Ginger is a side made of glass and bricks; Fred side appears like a tower that seems to hold Ginger. The appearance of the building resembles as a dancing couple, which makes the building a famous and popular place amongst the most visited attractions.

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