Welcome to Praguethe golden city

Prague is truly Europe’s must-see capital.

Exceptional value for money, breathtaking architecture and history, and a host of good addresses.

A visitpractice

For the convenience of your visit, we really recommend taking the City pass. It’s valid for 30 days and offers discounts in stores, as well as a guided tour of the old town, a 1-hour cruise and entrance tickets for the city’s most popular tourist attractions.

If you’re really into guided tours, you can also take an ultra-complete 3-hour tour of the city, free of charge. All you have to do is book your place on the civitatis website.

Startthe visit

The ideal starting point for a visit to the city is the Place de la Vieille Ville. Many colorful buildings, overlooked by the Cathedral of Notre Dame du Tyn, are the perfect introduction to what the city has to offer.

Pont-St Charles is one of the city’s most famous landmarks. It offers one of the most beautiful sunrises. Old town square is best enjoyed early in the morning, in the bridge suite, as it’s devoid of tourists, and that’s where you’ll get the most out of it.

As well as being surrounded by all those orange rooftops, a stroll through Prague also means discovering neighborhoods of all kinds.


The Prague Astronomical Clock is one of the city’s must-see monuments . If you’re not afraid of heights, climb to the top for a breathtaking view of Prague. We sincerely hope that this will not be under construction during your trip.

Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral are also among the city’s cultural highlights. Don’t miss the Alchemists’ Alley with its small, colorful houses. And continue your tour of this district with a visit to Prague’s street art scene and the John Lennon Wall.


For lovers of water sports, don’t hesitate to make a detour to Archers Island.

From paddling to pedal-boating, it’s the perfect place to have a good time, just hanging out and having a laugh.

Make theparty

Good addresses are a dime a dozen in this lively capital.

If you get the chance, and if it’s something you enjoy, then enjoy a night of dancing. Prague has nothing to envy other capitals when it comes to partying.


When it comes to gastronomy, Prague, like many large cities, offers a particularly wide choice of restaurants and good addresses. We leave it up to you to choose your own.

Nevertheless, you can’t spend a few days in the Czech capital without tasting the famous Trdenilk. It’s a brioche baked in embers and then rolled in sugar, hazelnut or cinnamon. Delicious!

And if we can only recommend one café, then go to the Grand Café Orient for a good cup of coffee and a typical pastry.

Historical toursand cultural

If you’re looking for history and culture, then you must visit the Jewish quarter of Josevof.

Today, it’s a chic district full of hotels and small boutiques, but many years ago it could be said to have been the ghetto, where the city’s entire Jewish population was concentrated.

We also recommend a visit to Petrin Hill and a climb to the top of its observation tower. Here too, a beautiful view of Prague awaits you.

Going for a walkin the alleys

Finally, let yourself be carried away by its small streets to discover more traditional districts, less touristy but full of authenticity.

Prague is the perfect mix of the effervescence of a capital city and the authenticity of a village.

Our stroll through Prague ends here, and we hope we’ve instilled in you a taste for discovery. Please share your thoughts with us, we love to hear what you think.

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