Welcome to Prague

Introduction - discover charming Prague at its best

Much has been written about this truly beautiful city and the reasons why Prague remains so popular are quite simple. You will understand simply by strolling along the cobblestone streets of the old town, observing the fantastic architecture of the buildings, the churches and the magnificent Castle. You can have a relatively cheap lunch or dinner in a pub, accompanied by a world famous Czech beer. Later on, get a half price entrance ticket to enjoy a classical music concert, or for the younger crowd there is a great clubbing scene.




Things to do in Prague

Activities or how to spend your time in Prague

Prague is bursting at the seams with things to do. Highbrow pursuits rival opportunities for more frivolous entertainment. Whether you choose the city's rich musical heritage or simply enjoy a pint of Pilsner in one of its legendary beer cellars, this is the city where there really is something for everyone.

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Prague Weather and When to Go

Prague has a continental climate with hot summers and cold winters. Prague weather is affected by weather patterns from both the east (Siberia) and the west (the Atlantic). If you are trying to decide the very best time to visit Prague or Prague Weather Forecast, it can be also found here.

Money, Costs and Budget in Prague

Is Prague an expensive city to visit? Apart from accommodation prices, city centre restaurants and other tourist attractions, Prague is still quite cheap compared to other EU countries. An average tourist will spend around 1700 CZK (70 EUR) per person per day.

Work and Jobs in Prague

If you are an EU citizen you don't need a work permit to work in Prague. The most common jobs for foreigners are teaching English, German or other languages. You might also find employment with some foreign-owned businesses. Some bars and restaurants are also looking for English-speaking staff, especially at tourist locations.

Prague Castle

Prague Castle looks almost like a small town itself. It is the largest ancient castle in the world (570m long and on average 128m wide). It is also where the Czech kings, Holy Roman Emperors and presidents of the Czech Republic used to have their offices. It is not surprising that this is the most visited tourist attraction in Prague.

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Prague Card Now Offers Tourists Public Transport Fares

Prague Card provides even more convenience to tourists arriving in the Czech capital from April 1st. The tourist card has existed in various forms since 1992, and now, in addition to free entries and different discounts, it now also includes fares for Prague's public transport. Whether the fare is included in the card in the coming years will be decided by the card operator after one year.

Prague Wants to Enforce an Apology for the NG Television Documentary Scam City; However, the Reality is Even Worse than the Frauds Detected

The capital city wants an apology from the Scam City documentary producers because the National Geographic documentary portrayed Prague as a place full of cheats. Prague representatives complain that the presenter, Conor Woodman, used hired helpers in the documentary, and played staged scenes with them. But, as the story on Stream.cz proves, the practices described by Woodman are real. Moreover, they are much worse.

Free Guided Walking Tour

This carefully selected walk covers all the most important sights of Prague, and seeing it with a great guide is like having the past suddenly rise to the surface. We stroll around the famous historical Prague quarters – Old Town, Jewish Quarter, Lesser Town and Prague Castle.