"The heart of Europe" and "The city of hundred spires", Prague has more things to see than you would expect!
Its most visited attraction, Prague Castle, is the largest castle complex in the world. Prague Castle includes such iconic sights as St. Vitus Cathedral, Golden Lane, and The Old Royal Palace. The area around the Prague Castle is also rich in attractions, like Prague Loreta, romantic Novy Svet quarter, and Strahov Monastery. Through the gardens of the monastery, you can get to Petrin Hill, a large park zone with a miniature Prague "Eiffel Tower" and abundance of breathtaking views of the city.
Just below the Petrin hill is located another picturesque area, Mala Strana or Prague Lesser Town. There, you can find John Lennon Wall, St. Nicolas church, and Kampa island. You can get to the opposite side of the Vltava river by crossing Charles Bridge, the oldest stone bridge in Prague.
After doing that, you will enter the Old Town of Prague. It is famous for such landmarks as Old Town Square, the Astronomical Clock, Charles University, Ungelt, and many more. On the north of the Old Town you can find the Jewish Quarter of Prague. Have a look at its Old-New synagogue and the Old Jewish Cemetery.
We suggest exploring the Prague New Town area, especially Wenceslas Square and Charles Square, as well as Vysehrad located on the edge on the city center. Prague has the largest historical city center protected by UNESCO World Heritage, but the attractions do not stop there! Make sure to see Prague Letna park, Prague Zoo, and Prague TV Tower!