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Things to do in Prague

Best attractions to visit in Prague

11. Jan Hus Monument - Prague view 360

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Jan Hus Monument

12. Little Square - Prague view 360

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Little Square

13. St. Francis Of Assissi Church - Prague view 360

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St Francis Of Assissi Church

14. Josefov - Prague


Josefov is home to Prague’s Jewish community and the area consists of a town hall, a cemetery, several synagogues, and a ceremonial hall. The area is surrounded by Old Town, and will give you a feel of the old Jewish legacy. The place is historically important as it is the birthplace of Franz Kafka, and consists of different bookstores, museums, and restaurants. When in Prague, take out time to explore Josefov and pay a visit to the museums, where you can see the exhibits. The historic buildings of the area are known to survive the Holocaust because Adolf Hitler wanted the buildings to be a part of the 'The Exotic Museum of an Instinct Race'. Don’t forget to pay a visit to the Museum of Decorative Arts to have a look at the impressive art work, and the Jewish cemetery is another place that you can visit, which is right behind the museum. Despite the historic buildings in its vicinity, Josefov had a trendy neighborhood with different cocktail bars and branded designer stores Like Prada, Dior, YSL, Versace, Calvin Klein and Chanel. In addition to this, the area has some really good restaurants like Kozicka Bar, La Casa Argentina, Lokal, and the Nostress Cafe Restaurant.


15. Old Jewish Cemetery - Prague

Old Jewish Cemetery

A famous Jewish attraction in Prague is the Old Jewish cemetery that is located in the Josefov area. The cemetery is hardly a block away from the Old-New Synagogue and one can see almost 12,000 tombstones in the yard. There are thousands of Jews buried in this symmetry because from the 15th century till the year 1787, the rulers of the city did not permit the Jews to be buried anywhere else so the graves piled up! There are two important graves in this cemetery, which includes the grave of Jehuda ben Bezalel, who is famous for creating the “Golem of Prague”, and the grave of Avigdor Kara, who was a famous poet and died in 1439. The oldest tombstones date back to the 15th century and burials took place for almost three and a half centuries. Many of the graves here are decorated with motifs of plants and animals and the place receives several visitors every year. If you want a glimpse of Prague’s history and Jewish population, then pay a visit to the Old Jewish cemetery in the Josefov area.


16. Petrin - Prague


Petrin is said to be the miniature version of the Eifel Tower and was built for the Jubilee Exhibition in 1891. The tower is located on the Petrin Hill, and its total height is 1043 feet. In order to reach to the top of the tower, people have to climb 299 steps to experience the beauty of Prague’s panoramic landscape. If one looks carefully, then they can see the tallest peaks of Snezka that is hardly 150km away. Petrin is a treat for the eyes, as it is situated in landscaped gardens. Visitors can go to the observatory that has telescopes, the rose garden, the church, and the hall of mirrors. Once you are done with exploring the miniature Eifel Tower, it is highly recommended that you visit Nebozizek Restaurant, which is also situated in the Petrin Hill. One great thing about Petrin is that it is beautiful all year round. In summers, you can go for a leisurely stroll and smell the roses in the gardens, whereas during winters you can be awed by the snow covered roofs.


17. Church of Our Lady before Týn - Prague

Church of Our Lady before Tyn

The Church of Our Lady before Týn a Gothic church located in the Old Town Square, Gothic Architecture can be seen all over Prague. It was founded back in 1385, in an era when Roman Catholics were brutally murdering the Hussites. It was during that time that the Catholic Jesuits took charge and the Hussites symbols were replaced with figures of Mary. The landmark is truly distinctive and the entrance is spread over 80 meters. It is said that Walt Disney took inspiration for Sleeping Beauty’s Castle from the Church of Our Lady before Týn, which adds to its popularity. If you observe carefully, you will see that that both the spires of the church are not the same, and the reason is that they represent the feminine and masculine side of the world. If you are in Prague, then do visit the Church of Our Lady before Týn as it looks very pretty under direct daylight and even more beautiful when it is brightly lit during night time.


18. Olšany Cemetery - Prague

Olsany Cemetery

19. St. George's Basilica - Prague

St George s Basilica

20. State Opera - Prague

State Opera

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