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Sedlec Ossuary

Sedlec Ossuary

4.3/5136 Reviews
Church
Historical Architecture
Hospital Kuks

Hospital Kuks

5/51 Reviews
Historical Site
Památník bitvy 1866 na Chlumu

Památník bitvy 1866 na Chlumu

5/51 Reviews
Historical Site
Museum
Sniezka

Sniezka

5/51 Reviews
Zoo
Charles Bridge

Charles Bridge

4.6/5918 Reviews
Bridge
Open all day (Local time)
Charles Bridge is one of 18 bridges built in Prague over the Vltava River. It connects Old Town with smaller villages in Prague. It was also the path of the coronation parades for Czech royalty. The bridge is a sort of an open art palace, with an avenue of 30 baroque statues and statuaries. The statues were constructed by Bohemian masters between 1683 and 1714, but were replaced by replicas and are preserved in the National Museum. It is often said that one has not truly seen Prague until they have visited the bridge.
Prague Castle

Prague Castle

4.5/5633 Reviews
Castle
April-October Castle Courtyard 6:00-22:00, Historic Buildings 9:00-17:00; November-March Castle Courtyard 6:00-22:00, Historic Buildings 9:00- 16:00. The opening hours of the various attractions and exhibitions in the castle are different. For details, please visit: https://www.hrad.cz/en/prague-castle-for-visitors/opening-hours (Local time)
Originally built in the 9th century, Prague Castle has historically been the residence and seat of power for Bohemian kings, Roman emperors and past presidents of Czechosolvakia. It is now the office of the President of the Czech Republic. Prague Castle is actually a complex of several churches, palaces and courtyards, spanning an area of seven football fields. The castle district is home to Prague’s famous St. Vitus Cathedral, the Old Royal Palace and the Golden Lane.
Opatovický Písník

Opatovický Písník

5/51 Reviews
Lake
Prague Astronomical Clock

Prague Astronomical Clock

4.6/5530 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Monday 11:00–22:00; Tuesday-Sunday 9:00–22:00 (Local time)
The Prague Astronomical Clock is a medieval astronomical clock installed on the south wall of the Old Town Hall in Prague's Old Town Square. Not only has it become a popular tourist attraction, but it is also a popular spot for locals to take wedding photos. This clock is divided into two upper and lower parts, exquisite and unique and quite ancient, but unfortunately because of the spread of World War II war, the bells that visitors can see now are mainly repaired after the war. After thousands of years, this big clock is still accurate and the locals often stop here for proofreading time.
Dancing House

Dancing House

4.3/5180 Reviews
Modern Architecture
10:00-22:00 (Local time)
The dancing house, whose real name is the National Security Building of Niederland, is the iconic avant-garde building in the new district of Prague. It was designed by the famous architects Brado Milunic and Frank Gehry. Since its establishment in 1996, its The twisted "dancing" style has long been a beautiful landscape on the banks of the Vltava. Today, the Dancing House has become a hot spot for photographers after the medieval architecture of Prague. The building has galleries, hotels, restaurants and landscape bars.
The Church of St.Barbara

The Church of St.Barbara

4.3/554 Reviews
Church
Historical Architecture