Things to do in Prague
Prague offers several interesting attractions to its visitors. The cobbled-lanes, cozy cafes, ancient chapels, lush gardens, and concealed courtyards are worth exploring. The best way to explore this gorgeous city is by foot as you can admire the splendid architecture all around you. Let’s take a look at some of the things you can do in Prague.
History and culture: Prague is home to many museums and castles and other architectural marvels that will take you back to its incredible past. Some of the famous ones are the Prague Castle, the National Museum, St. Vitus Cathedral, the Hilltop Fortress, the Dancing House, Charles Bridge, Wenceslas Square, the Old Town Square and the Astronomical Clock. These are just a few attractions but the list of amazing monuments in Prague is endless.
Nature: The Vltava River is on one of the best examples of astounding beauty. A cruise on the river along with lunch or dinner is a tranquil and serene experience. The Prague Zoo is ranked among the top zoological parks in the world and has a great collection of flora and fauna. Prague is replete with historical parks and gardens that offer some fabulous views of the city. Some of them include the Petrin Hill garden, the palace gardens below Prague castle, and the Wallenstein Garden.
Art and music: Prague is very popular for its art galleries and you stumble upon one wherever you go. The National Gallery in Prague has an awe-inspiring collection of art with collections of Picasso and Monet amongst many other famous painters. The famous Lennon Wall pays a fantastic tribute to former Beatle member and campaigner of peace – John Lennon. The National Theatre is an ideal place to for lovers of performing arts. The Prague Municipal House is one of the most beautiful examples of Nouveau Art in the city and also an important concert venue.