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Relive Prague’s rich history by visiting its most iconic landmarks and find out how the City of a Hundred Spires flourished into one of Europe's most beautiful cities
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Top sights in Prague

With ancient cobbled lanes, Baroque architecture, and numerous church towers that give the city its elegant skyline, it is no doubt that Prague is a place that any urban adventurer would love to explore. The city has managed to preserve its rich heritage as well as become one of Europe's finest cities, and because of this, you will never run out of things to do in Prague.

Prague Castle

Out of the many attractions in Prague, the Prague Castle is probably the most visited, attracting over 1.8 million visitors annually, and with reason. Built in the 9th century, the castle was and has always been the seat of monarchs, and today the official residence of the Czech president. It holds the Guinness Book of Records as the World’s Largest Palace. With gothic architecture, stained glass windows, and the beautiful St. Vitus Cathedral inside the castle walls, Prague Castle is remarkably unlike any.
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Charles Bridge

Charles Bridge is an architectural gem in the city of Prague. This 500m-long stone bridge connects Prague Castle and the city’s Old Town crossing the Vltava river. Commissioned by King Charles IV to replace the damaged Judith Bridge, the new bridge was completed in 1390. Today, crowds frolic and walk across to see stunning views of the castle and old town, check the city’s street artists, gaze upon Baroque statues that line the parapets like St. John of Nepomuk, or to appreciate the city’s beautiful nightscapes.
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Old Town Square

The Old Town Square is a significant tourist attraction in Prague. Established in the 12th century, this historic square has witnessed numerous events throughout the years. The square shows off beautiful architectural buildings like the Old Town Hall, the Gothic Church of Our Lady before Týn, the Baroque Church of St. Nicholas, as well as the medieval astronomical clock tower. Today, the square is brimming with modern restaurants and food stalls, street performers, and is especially popular during December with its festive
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Prague Astronomical Clock

Right in the heart of the Old Town Square is the Prague Astronomical Clock, or the Prague Orloj, mounted on the southern wall of the Old Town Hall. This medieval clock was installed in 1410 and is the oldest astronomical clock still operating today. Crowds gather every hour to witness a spectacular show where bells are ringing and the 12 apostles parading. Best to see the show at an earlier time of the day for lesser tourists so you get to appreciate this piece of art even more.
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