Easily regarded as one of the world's most beautiful cities, the Czech capital's elegant and enchanting historical buildings create the most mesmerising backdrop to accompany your stay here.
There are a wealth of historical wonders on offer. Popular tourist spots include:Prague Castle 5km
– There is nowhere better to start your tour of the city than at the Prague Castle. The castle is the biggest in the world and its history stretches all the way back to the late 9th-century. Among the grounds there are Churches, palaces, houses, halls and gardens – most of which are open for tourists.Old Town 4.8km
– A medieval settlement of Prague that was once separated from the city by a moat which was removed during the 14th-century. Places of interest include the Old Town Square, the Astronomical Clock and the Old New Synagogue.Charles Bridge 5.2km
– A famous and historic bridge that crosses the Vitava River. It was constructed in 1357 under the patronage of King Charles IV.Wenceslas Square 5.4km
– One of the main city squares, it is the centre of business and culture in the New Town and is a World Heritage Site and it is here where you will find the Czech National Museum.