One of the oldest stone bridges in Europe, built in the 14th. century, was till the half of the 19th. century the only famous historical bridge in ...
Charles Square (Karlovo náměstí)
Square 539 m long and 166 m wide - the biggest in Prague and the whole Czech Republic.
Dancing House – The building Nationale-Nederlanden
The Dancing House was built in the years 1992-1996. It is located on the corner of Rašínovo nábřeží and Resslova street.
Gardens of Prague Castle
The verdure around Prague Castle today consists of seven gardens.
The Golden Lane originated after the construction of the northern wall of the Castle.
Gotic Municipal hall of Jihlava
Jihlava became one of the richest and most powerful cities in the Czech kingdom, because of the exploitation.
Romantic island with picturesque houses and a central oval square, seperated from Čertovka by a blind shoulder of Vltava from Malá Strana (Lesser ...
The National Library's collection includes over 6 million volumes and yearly, it acquires about 80 thousand new titles.
Mirror Maze at Petřín
Petřín labyrinth reminds a miniature castle, as it was inspired by the gothic gateway with 9 towers, that was formely situated at Vyšehrad.
Old Town Square
Historical city centre of Prague with irregular street system, a unique atmosphere and numerous beautiful corners and impressive monuments.
Palace gardens in Lesser Town
The gardens are situated on the southern slopes below the Prague castle.
The neo-renaissance Rudolfinum building is located on a site called Rejdiště.
The Picture Gallery
Picture Gallery introduces visitors to a splendid collection of over one hundred prime paintings which have been carefully selected from some 4,000 ...
The Vrtba Garden
Together with three other Baroque gardens (Vratislav, Schönborn and Lobkowicz), the Vrtba Garden is situated on the slope of Petřín Hill and is one ...
Týnský dvůr - Ungelt
Originally a fortified merchant yard, where the duty on goods called Ungelt was collected.
Universitas Carolina - CU
Charles University founded in 1348 is one of the oldest universities in the world.
Wenceslaw Square which is originally called Horse Market, was already proposed in 1348 during establishing The New Town.