Prague, the main city of the Czech Republic, is famous for its history and beautiful buildings. But if you want a break from the busy city, there are great places nearby. Let's look at three of them: Czech Paradise, Kutná Hora, and Karlštejn. They all have history, nature, and fun things to do.
CAMP is a dynamic and innovative cultural and educational institution based in Prague, dedicated to promoting and exploring the realms of architecture, urban planning, and related fields.
When you're in Prague, moving around the city is easy with its public transportation system. Trams, buses, and the metro are your friends for exploring.
Back to listing Share on facebook Share When it comes to Prague’s most loved landmarks, the Charles Bridge steals the show. Stretching over the pretty Vltava River, this old stone bridge is a fascinating masterpiece that connects the Old Town and Malá Strana neighborhoods. As you step onto its ancient cobblestones, you embark on a … Continued
When you visit Prague, the Old Town is a must-see. But if you go beyond those famous streets, you'll find different parts of the city that are also very interesting. Let's take a fun trip through Prague's other neighborhoods and discover what makes them special.
Located beside the beautiful Vltava River, Prague's Riverside Naplavka has become a busy place for culture, fun, and community gatherings. This renewed riverfront area offers both locals and tourists a unique experience, where history meets the present, and traditions blend with creativity.
Back to listing Share on facebook Share Prague, a vibrant city in the Czech Republic, is home to a variety of lively farm markets. These bustling marketplaces offer a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the local food scene, discover fresh produce, traditional delicacies, and handmade crafts. In this article, we will introduce you to … Continued
Back to listing Share on facebook Share In this article, we will embark on a journey through some of Prague’s most captivating galleries, each with its unique character and artistic offerings. From classical masterpieces to contemporary installations, these galleries offer an immersive experience for art enthusiasts and curious visitors alike. National Gallery in Prague The … Continued
Back to listing Share on facebook Share From ancient castles to modern towers, there are panoramic views showing the iconic sights of the city and picturesque landscapes. Today we will tell you where to go to enjoy the beautiful view of the whole of Prague. Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral: Located on Hradčany Hill, … Continued
Back to listing Share on facebook Share Charles University operates the Botanical Garden in Prague’s Troja district, covering an area of 52 hectares and boasting over 20,000 taxa of plants from all over the world. This stunning garden is a must-see for nature enthusiasts, gardeners, and anyone seeking a peaceful and beautiful destination to relax … Continued