The capital city of Czech Republic, Prague is one of the most charming cities in all of Europe and rivals even Paris when it comes to beauty.
Nicknamed “the City of a Hundred Spires,” it’s known for its Old Town Square and historic monuments. Winding streets and a unique atmosphere makes Prague a top spot to visit.
Letná is a lovely hill overlooking Prague and the Vltava River, and is one of the best parks to get panoramic views of the city. The popular beer garden is an amazing spot to chill out during summer and snap that perfect Prague Instagram.
2. Charles Bridge
The oldest bridge in the city, this Gothic bridge is straight out of a fairytale.
A great time of day to come to the bridge is at sunset when one can enjoy a breathtaking view of the fully lit Prague Castle against the evening sky.
3. Dancing House
This quirky building was originally named the house Fred and Ginger (after the famous dancers Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers) because it resembles two dancers.
It looks spectacular from the outside and there’s also a terrace cafe on the top floor where you will get a lovely view of the streets below.
4. Klementinum Library
One of the most magical libraries in the world, this Baroque library houses over 20,000 books and will make your Prague Instagram look insanely good. You have to pay extra to take photos in the library but it’s so worth it.
5. Old Town Square
The true heart of Prague, the Old Town Square has been around since the 12th century and is truly charming. You’ll see the elegant tower of the Town Hall with the world famous astronomical clock, the fairytale Týn Cathedral, the Church of St. Nicholas and countless multicoloured houses.
6. The Augustine Hotel
Originally a 13th-century monastery, this old-world hotel features rooms that used to be Monks’ quarters. If you really want a memorable experience, book into the Tower Suite, which is made up of three floors connected by a spiral staircase offering a unique and magnificent 360 degree view of Prague.
7. Lennon Wall
The John Lennon Wall near the French Embassy is covered in graffiti and pieces of lyrics from Beatles songs. The wall is an important historical monument in the city and has been around since the ‘80s, giving strength to overcoming the Communist regime.