World tourist place Prague is a capital city of Czech Republic. This largest city of Europe is placed on 14th position. Prague is also known as historical center of Bohemia. The city is positioned in the north-west direction of the nation close to River Vltava. Approx population of city is 1.3 million, though the urban region of Prague is around 2 million in population. The temperate of the city is warm in summer and coolest in winter.
The Prague city is having huge political value as well as cultural state for Europe. It is also the monetary centre of Europe with large income through trading. City played vital role in World War I so later it declared as headquarter of Czechoslovakia.
Because of amazing cultural attractions in the city it got the place in UNESCO list and become the world heritage site in 1992. The 10 big museums and numerous theatres express the value of city. The cinemas, galleries, and many historical exhibits are definitely enjoyable spots of Prague. The countless tourist destinations of Prague allow voyagers to get the experience of best place of the world.
Few amazing tourist locations of Prague’s are mentioned under:
Charles Bridge: this is the must visit place situated at Old Town. This romantic place is popular for the view of Prague Castle and the nearby area. The bridge is constructed on River Vltava from where the view of Castle gives different feeling. This channel connects the Lesser Town to Old Town of Prague.
Charles Bridge Museum: next location of Prague is museum located at Krizovnicke Namesti-3, Old Town. This museum allows voyagers to learn about the history of Prague. Ticket for museum is 150 czk for adults, 70 czk for students and children.
Czech Music Museum: located at Karmelitska 2 of Lesser Town. In actual the museum is located in a previous Baroque cathedral of Magdalene. Museum is recently modernized holding the collection of approx 700,000 stuffs. Some of the occasional music programs are also arranged in the museum.
Dancing House: located in Rasinovo Nabrezi 80 of New Town. This next spot is situated near the river which gives modern appearance to the momentous Prague places. Celeste is located on the top floor of this dance house. Celeste is most known and leading restaurant of Prague offering best French cookery with magnificent view of the city.
Estates Theater: another spot of Prague is Estates theater located at Ovocny trh-1 Old Town. This amazing historical theatre is famous in whole Europe. Experts say the first opera was performed in this theater so people of Europe have huge value for this place.
GLPC (Golden Lane at Prague Castle): next spot is Golden Lane located at Castle District, Prague-1. The popular Golden Lane is lined with 11 notable houses which are part of the famous Castle complex. Here visitors can enjoy textiles, armory & many other attraction of Prague, though the entry fee of lane is 250czk for adults, 125czk for students and children.
Jewish Museum: this spot is located at U Stare Skoly-1, Josefov having more than 40,000 exhibits. Approximately 100,000 books are available in the museum which makes this place huge collection area of Prague. Fee for entry is 300czk for adults and 200czk for children and students.
Jewish Quarter: also known as Josefov located at Josefov Street, Prague-1. The place is situated among the Vltava River and Old Town Square. The quarters are made of 13th century so visitors must not miss to watch this historical place.
Jindrisska Tower: next location is Tower of Jindrisska located at Jindrisska area, New Town. This multi level location is also known as Jindrisska Vez in local language. This tower offers the best view of Prague from the roof. Its height is around 66 meters and there are 10 floors in the tower. Fee for entrance is 80czk for adults, 55czk for students and 35czk for children.
Klementinum: located at Karlova-1, Old Town. The place was established in 1232 so Klementinum is known as most momentous place of Prague. Many classical concerts area conducted in Klementinum at frequent intervals.
Lesser Town: this must visit spot is the town of Prague also known as Mala Strana. The foothills at this spot are amazing which gives the striking view of the oldest burgher houses. The Mala Strana is popular for commercials activities and movies.
Lesser Town Bridge Tower: located close to Charles Bridge, Lesser Town is next spot for visitors. The tower is positioned at the corner of Charles Bridge. Fee for entrance is 75czk for adults, 55czk for students and 25czk for children.
Lesser Town Square: the square located at Lesser Town is also recognized as Malostranske Namesti.
Some other tourist spots in Prague are Lobkowicz Palace (located at Castle District), Loreta (located at Castle District), Mucha Museum (located at New Town), Municipal House (located at Old Town), Museum of Communism (located at New Town), National Museum (located at New Town), National Theatre (located at New Town), Old Town Bridge Tower (located at Old Town), Old Town Hall Tower (located at Old Town), Astronomical Clock (located at Old Town), Old Town Square (located at Old Town), Petrin Hill (located at Lesser Town), Observation Tower (located at Lesser Town), Powder Gate (located at Old Town), Prague Castle (located at Castle District), Prague City Museum (located at Florenc), Prague State Opera(located at New Town), Prague Zoo (located at Troja), Rudolfinum Concert Hall (located at Old Town), Sea World (located at Holesovice), Spanish Synagogue (located at Josefov), Ss. Cyril & Methodus (located at New Town), St. Clement's Cathedral (located at Old Town), St. George's Basilica (located at Castle District), St. Jilji Church (located at Old Town), St. Martin Wall Church (located at Old Town), St. Nicholas Church (located at Lesser Town), Strahov Monastery (located at Castle District), Tyn Church (located at Old Town), Vaclav Havel Exhibition (located at Old Town), Vila Amerika Dvorak Museum (located at Vinohrady), Vltava River, and Vysehrad Park (located at V Pevnosti).
Every place of Prague is having values for the city so tourist must plan their trip at least for 1 week or more for Prague. The mentioned spots are amazingly maintained by the local administration and public transport is also available so tourist will rarely face any difficulty to enjoy the place.
Attaining to Prague:
By Air: The international airport of Prague is connected to many countries. Approximately 15 283 flights are regularly reaching Prague International Airport. Discount on fare can be checked as countless airlines are having flights for Prague.
By Train: reaching any spot through train is become common. Maximum population is using trains from almost different corners of the city to reach Prague. Czech Railways are having huge number of trains from big European cities to Prague. The main railway station has few small stations, though using international train could be beneficial for visitors as the train from different nations directly reach Prague main railway station. Few major stations of Prague city are Wilsonovo Nadrazi also known as Hlavni Nadrazi and Holesovice Station also known as Nadrazi Holesovice. Few small stations of Prague are Masarykovo nadrazi, Smichov Station and Vysocanske Station. Information about the trains are available at +420 224 224 200 phone number.
By Road: international coach or bus is available in Prague from various parts of the nation. Reaching Florenc is better option for voyagers as the international bus terminal of Prague is located at Florenc. Bus terminal is located at New Town where mostly tourist places are located. Hence reaching Prague through bus is more beneficial.