If you’re interested in art, visit the National Gallery, which is home to an impressive collection of artwork ranging from medieval to contemporary art, belonging to Czech artists as well as legends like Cezanne and Picasso.
The 14th century Charles Bridge is a definite must-visit if you’re visiting Prague. The bridge is lined with sketch artists, jazz musicians and other entertainers. Moreover, this gorgeous bridge offers some magnificent views of Prague and the picturesque river flowing below.
If you’re a fan of the legendary rock band, The Beatles, especially John Lennon, the John Lennon Wall in Prague is a must-visit. Admire the terrific graffiti art on this ordinary wall, done during the Communist era during the 1980s. Marvel at the legendary singer’s image, song lyrics and other political graffiti painted on the wall.
Tucked away in the Old Town area, Josefov is Prague’s Jewish quarter dating back to the 10th century. Steeped in history, Josefov is the birthplace of Frank Kafka and houses some remarkable structures like the Old Jewish Cemetery, the Jewish Town Hall, as well as Kafka’s monument and a number of synagogues.
Take in the eclectic smells, sounds and sights by window-shopping at the Havelska Market. Here you can shop for arts and crafts, flowers, vegetables, souvenirs and wooden toys.
Admire the stunning Baroque style architecture of the Church of Our Lady Before Tyn.
Free on the first Thursday of every month, visit the Czech Museum of Music that houses an extraordinary collection of musical instruments including handcrafted instruments and original scores.
Your trip to Prague would remain incomplete untill you wander through the Old Town area, which is home to an array of iconic buildings and historical monuments.
If you’re interested in art, visit the National Gallery, which is home to an impressive collection of artwork ranging from medieval to contemporary art, belonging t...