Charles Bridge: This 14th century stone bridge connects Old Town and Lesser Town with statues built between 1600 and 1800. Today there are 75 statues (mostly copies), with John of Nepomuk (8th on right) as the most important one. The bridge towers on each side offer magnificent views.
Jewish Quarter: The history of this quarter dates back to the 13th century. There are several sites like the old Jewish cemetery and a number of synagogues where different entry fees apply. Containing over 40 000 exhibits and 100 000 books, this "museum" has one of the most extensive collections of Judaic art and culture in the world.
Municipal House: This beautiful building next to the KINGS COURT is the most prominent for Art Nouveau in Prague and was completed in 1911. Inside is the biggest concert hall in town, the Smetana Hall which is decorated by works of several artists, one of them Alfons Mucha.
Old Town Square and Astronomical Clock: Enjoy the liveliness of this square which is surrounded by some of the most beautiful historic buildings and churches in the city. The Astronomical Clock is one of the most popular Prague tourist attractions (15th century). See the procession of the Twelve Apostles and climb the Old Town Hall Tower for spectacular views over Prague.
Prague Castle: Prague Castle is the largest medieval castle complex in Europe and the ancient seat of Czech kings throughout the ages. It is Prague's premier tourist attraction. The vast complex includes palaces, a church, a monastery, museums and art galleries, viewing towers and the supreme St. Vitus Cathedral. The Changing of the Guard at the front gates takes place every hour. At noon the ceremony includes a fanfare.
Wenceslas Square: Wenceslas Square is Prague’s main boulevard, and the centre for shops, bars, banks, casinos & hotels. At the top of Wenceslas Square, the statue of St. Wenceslas on his horse cuts a striking figure. This is good King Wenceslas (Vaclav), murdered over a thousand years ago by his brother, and now a Czech national hero.