10 reasons to take a city break in Prague

10 reasons to visit Prague

Prague is a city of architecture. Romanesque chapels and cellars, Gothic cathedrals, Baroque palaces and gardens, worldly Art Nouveau buildings and unique Cubist architecture make it a unique place in the world.

Prague is a city of best and cheap beer. Taste traditional Pilsner at any of Prague’s pubs or beers from small and medium-sized breweries both from the Czech Republic and abroad. Beer is really cheap in Prague!

Prague is musical. Prague can satisfy both classical music fans and fans of rock, pop and every other genre. While you can get your fill of classical music in the Rudolfinum, the Municipal House, or one of the churches in Prague, no fan of dance music should miss a visit to Prague’s music clubs.

Prague is a town of bridges over picturesque river Vltava. Few cities can claim to have such a picturesque river as the Vltava. Pragues is spanned by over thirty bridges and footbridges, its water gently laps the edges of ten islands, and each day dozens of steamers, rowboats and pedal boats glide through its waters.

Prague’s historic gardens and parks are truly some of Prague’s gems. There are over two hundred – the oldest of them was founded in the Middle Ages, they offer breathtaking views of the city.

Prague also has celebrated cafés which people visit out of respect for the classical café tradition. Try Café Slavia; experience a nearly Parisian atmosphere at Café Louvre; and the Grand Café Orient will win you over with its exceptional Cubist interiors.

You can cool your shopping fever in a number of modern shopping malls (Palladium, Nový Smíchov, Arkády Pankrác and more) or on Pařížská Street, Prague’s most exclusive shopping avenue, home to many of the world’s top luxury brands.

Prague offers countless activities for families with children. Take a steamship from the city centre to the Prague Zoo, rightly considered to be one of the most beautiful zoos in the world.

Prague has technical monuments commemorating changes in the everyday life of our ancestors in comparison with the present day.

Prague’s views are breathtaking 365 days a year with nearly a thousand towers and spires. That’s Prague is nicknamed “the city of a hundred spires”.