Prague Tourist Attractions
Prague has much to offer visitors interested in castles, cathedrals, and culture. Nicknamed the city of a thousand spires for its many domed churches, fine architecture is found almost everywhere in the city.
Examples of Gothic, baroque, Renaissance, and Art Nouveau dot the city and provide a dramatic contrast to the sturdy and ancient Prague Castle.Prague escaped the bombing raids of WWII and as a result has one of the best preserved city centers in all of Europe. Narrow laneways opening up onto spectacular plazas leave one with a sense of wonder of what will be lurking around the next corner. Also of note is the world famous Charles Bridge over the Vltava River providing amazing views of both sides of the city. The Charles Bride has recently undergone some construction but is almost always accessible to tourists.Prague has a special feel that embraces the visitor. As you wander into a church you can't help but be amazed that you are standing in the same spot where Mozart first debuted one of his most famous symphonies. History is everywhere in Prague.
Jewish Quarter of Prague
Maisel SynagogueOriginally situated in the Castle district in Prague, the Jewish Quarter is now spread around the Josefov area. The quarter features several art nouveau style buildings, synagogues and the Jewish Museum.
Prague Castle Overlooking the CityProviding great views out over the city and containing within its walls some key historical sites, the Prague Castle is one of the main tourist attractions in the city.
Prague Castle District and Little Quarter
Theological Hall, Strahov
New Town and Suburbs
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