|Villa Amerika Antonin Dvorak Museum - Ke Karlovu 20|
The Villa Amerika in the heart of Prague is a destination of many foreign visitors of this city. It is because of the exhibition about the...
|Church of Charles the Great - Ke Karlovu 1|
Emperor Charles IV. founded a monastery and a church in Prague New Town in 1350. The church was dedicated to Charles the Great, emperor´s...
|St. Catherine Church and former convent - Katerinska 30|
St. Catherine Church is regarded as one of the most beautiful Baroque churches in Prague. It has a remarkable fresco decoration and a Gothic...
|St. Ludmila Church - nam. Miru|
The St. Ludmila Church is a dominant building of the Namesti Miru square in Prague´s quarter Vinohrady. This imposing neo Gothic church with...
|St. Longin Rotunda - Na Rybnicku|
There are three Romanesque rotundas preserved in Prague. The second oldest and also the smallest one of them is the St. Longin Rotunda in...
|St. Stephen Church - Stepanska|
Soon after the New Town in Prague was founded in 1348, the St. Stephen Church was built as well. It was a parish church of the lower part...
|National Museum - Vaclavske namesti 68|
The imposing building at the top of the Wenceslas Square in Prague New Town is the National Museum. It was built in the 19th century as an...
|Jesuit College - Karlovo namesti 36|
The eastern half of the Charles Square in Prague New Town is lined by the former Jesuit College. The large building documents the importance...
|Nuselsky Bridge - Nusle|
The Nuselsky Bridge in Prague is exceptional due to its size and also due to reputation, that it has among Prague citizens. It is a huge concrete...
|St. Ignatius Church - Karlovo namesti|
You can see the large Church of St. Ignatius at the northern side of the Charles Square in Prague New Town. It belongs to a Jesuit residence,...
|St. Wenceslas Monument - Vaclavske namesti|
Probably the best known Prague statue, and also a very popular meeting place of Prague citizens is the St. Wenceslas Monument in the upper...
|Faust House - Karlovo namesti 40 41|
Many places in Prague are connected with various legends and mysteries. However, there is hardly a house more mysterious and storied than...
|Charles Square - Karovo namesti|
The Charles Square in Prague New Town is the largest square in Prague. It was founded as a central square of the New Town in the 14th century....
|Prague State Opera - Wilsonova 4|
Originally the New German Theater, Prague State Opera with its spacious auditorium and Rococo decorations is one of the most beautiful theater...
|Emaus Monastery - Vysehradska 49|
The Emaus Monastery in Prague New Town is a place, where you can see the largest Gothic painting to the north of the Alps: the wall painting...
|New Town City Hall - Karlovo namesti|
Soon after the Prague New Town was founded in 1348, the New Town City Hall was built as well. It became an administrative centre. Several...
|Lucerna Palace - Stepanska 61|
The Lucerna Palace in the centre of Prague is one of the best known buildings in the city. It has been a centre of cultural life since the...
|Wenceslas Square - Nove mesto|
Wenceslas Square in Prague, New Town, is a centre of Prague citizens. It is a place, where many historical events, especially in the 20th...
|Gröbovka - Havlickovy sady 58|
Gröbovka is an ostentatious summer house built in 1881 and surrounded by a beautiful English park. The terrace of the villa provides a stunning...
|Havlicek Gardens - Havlickovy sady|
Havlicek Gardens, situated in Prague quarter Vinohrady, originally belonged to a residence called „Gröbovka“ a villa built by factory owner...