Prague Activities

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Petrín Hill Observation Tower
For stunning views over the entire city, travel to Petrin Hill Observation tower. Not only does it look like a mini Eiffel Tower, but it also has a similar history having been built as a temporary exhibition for the World Fair. After admiring the view, take a walk through its beautifully landscaped gardens and a sizeable rose garden.
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Charles Bridge
Strolling Charles Bridge is a favourite activity of anyone visiting Prague. Admire the statues of famous religious Czech figures like St John of Nepomuk. Legend has it, St John was thrown from the bridge dressed in a suit of armour for refusing to divulge the queen’s secrets. To truly experience the bridge’s atmosphere visit at dawn before the crowds arrive.
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Astronomical Clock
Located on the Old Town Hall Tower, Prague’s astronomical clock is one of Europe’s best known and most photographed attractions. Every hour, on the hour you can watch as this 15th-century clock springs into action with a parade of figures. Make sure to take the time to properly study the clock and admire its intriguing symbolism.
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Prague Old Town
For over 1000 years, Prague’s Old Town has been the city's heart. Today, it is home to most of Prague’s major sights. Make sure to watch as the intricate astronomical clock, located on the Old Town Hall Tower, rings in each new hour. Afterwards, stroll the narrow, cobblestone lanes that radiate out from the central square.
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Prague Castle
As one of the most important cultural institutions in the Czech Republic, Prague Castle is a highlight of any trip. For centuries, Prague Castle has been a national treasure and today it proudly holds a with a UNESCO status. The whole family will love discovering this extensive complex with its lush gardens and stunning buildings.