Prague has been a political, cultural and economic centre of central Europe with waxing and waning fortunes during its 1,100 year existence. Rooted deeply in Gothic and Renaissance style and culture, the city is home to a number of famous cultural attractions. In 1992, UNESCO named the extensive historic centre of Prague a World Heritage Site. It boasts more than 10 major museums in addition to many, many theatres, galleries, cinemas, and other historical exhibits. A modern public transportation system makes the city very accessible.
Prague boasts a surprisingly vibrant jazz scene. One of the best clubs to check out is AghaRTA - the most popular jazz venue in the downtown area. A fun atmosphere, historic building, friendly drink prices, and a first rate local jazz band show. Need we say more?
The historic Estates Theatre currently draws on three artistic ensembles, opera, ballet and drama, both local artists and those from around the world.
Take a stroll around the around the Imperial Garden at the rear of the Prague Castle.
Pious legends claim that the statue once belonged to Saint Teresa of Avila and allegedly holds miraculous powers, expecially among expectant mothers. Entry to the Church is free and the Church architecture is spectacular.
Go to the Ujezd tram stop at the bottom of the Petřín mountain and ride through the three stations along the funicular railway.
Also known as the little Eiffel tower, the Petrin tower has some of the best views of Prague.
The Plate is just a short walk over the Charles Bridge before you get to the castle.
Visit castle hill and witness the gorgeous Prague Castle which looks like something out of a fairytale.
This is the largest square in the city and home to trendy shops and restaurants, an important (and fun) historical landmark.