1. Charles Bridge
Strolling across Charles Bridge is everybody’s favourite Prague activity. However, by 9am it’ll already be full with other explorers so if you want to have the place all to yourself and capture a beautiful photo we recommend you get there at dawn.
2. Prague Castle
Pražský hrad, or just hrad to Czechs – is Prague's most popular attraction. Look down on the fairytale city before you wander into the museums and galleries that are home to some of the Czech Republic's greatest artistic and cultural treasures.
3. St. Vitus Cathedral
Built over a time span of almost 600 years, St. Vitus is one of the most beautifully adorned cathedrals that houses the 14th-century mosaic of the Last Judgement and the tombs of St Wenceslas and Charles IV, the baroque silver tomb of St John of Nepomuck and stained glass by Alfons Mucha.
4. Old Town Hall
Prague's Old Town Hall, founded in 1338, it is a mishmash of architecture - most famous of all is the Astronomical Clock. Catch it chime on the hour!
5. Veletrzní Palác
The National Gallery's has a pretty amazing collection of Art from masters such as Van Gogh, Picasso, Schiele, Klimt and many more. Definitely a top contender for best museum for us!
6. Prague Jewish Museum
This museum consists of six Jewish monuments clustered together in Josefov: the Maisel Synagogue; the Pinkas Synagogue; the Spanish Synagogue; the Klaus Synagogue; the Ceremonial Hall; and the Old Jewish Cemetery.