Known as the Bohemian capital of the Czech Republic with its art-nouveau, Baroque buildings, and traditional cuisine. It’s no wonder why a weekend in Prague is the new thing to do.

Astronomical Clock

The clock shows the ‘walk of the Apostles’ can be seen first at 9:00 am and every hour until 11:00 pm.

Church of Our Lady Before Týn This Baroque-style building stands prominently in the Old Town Square and is home to the oldest organ in Prague.

Jan Hus Monument The striking monument to Jan Hus in the centre of the square is an impressive memorial commemorating his martyrdom.

Charles Bridge The Charles Bridge is a pedestrian-only bridge that crosses over the Vltava River connecting Old Town with Lesser Town.

Prague Castle The official office of the President of the Czech Republic. The castle was built in the 9th century.

Prague Dancing House Known as “Fred and Ginger” and was designed by Croatian-Czech architect Vlado Milunic. The building’s design is said to reflect a woman and man (Ginger Rogers and Fred Astair) dancing together.

franz kafka statue

The statue was created by David Cerny and is located in the Quadrio shopping centre. You’ll see forty-two moving panels which forms the face of Franz Kafka.

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