Former cultural centre of Europe, capital of the Czech Republic and one of the most stunning cities of Europe, Prague has rightfully gained its name and fame as “the city of one hundred towers” or “the city of one hundred bridges”.Prague, Czech Republic

A centuries old city, Prague mingles past and present altogether, blending in the intoxicating flavour of history with the multiplicity of intricate architectural styles and designs (Baroque, Rococo and Art Nouveau) of the clustering of museums, art galleries, and monuments.

Without a doubt, Prague seems to be the vanguard of everything that stands for cultural life and diversity: it was Prague that was home of such famous composers as Mozart, Weber, and Dvorak or such writers as Kafka and Capek, it was Prague again that sang its own praises about the Cubist movement, and last, but not least, Prague is a genuine launching ramp for athletes and models, writers and artists, or for film directors alike. Unmistakably, Prague does exert a profound influence on European culture.

Hotels in Prague

Lesser Town Hotel Lesser Town Prague
Henrietta Hotel Henrietta Prague
Jeneralka Hotel Jeneralka Prague
The Fortuna Rhea Hotel The Fortuna Rhea Prague

Residences in Prague

Unitas Residence Unitas Prague
Tabor Residence Tabor Prague

Bed & Breakfast in Prague

Cesky statek Bed & Breakfast Cesky statek Prague
Babusky Bed & Breakfast Babusky Prague

Campings in Prague

Herzog Camping Herzog Prague
Fremunt Camping Fremunt Prague

Image Gallery

A detail of the astronomical clock in the old town square in prague
A detail of the astronomical clock in the old town square in prague
Aerial view of prague from the petrin hill
Aerial view of prague from the petrin hill
Beautiful fresco on the ceiling of an old prague library
Beautiful fresco on the ceiling of an old prague library
Bridges in prague
Bridges in prague