Prague, of course, is one of the most amazing places in the world and constantly attracts tourists from all over the world. If you decide to visit Prague, check out Old Town (Stare Mesto), center Old Town Square, it is one of the best squares in Europe. Certainly worth to climb on the Powder Tower, striking with its majesty and grandeur of Gothic architecture. A lot of people think that the tower is interesting only for its appearance and city panorama, opening from its peaks. However, this is not the case. Get inside to the small rooms located on the way to the observation deck. There you can rest (although the rise is not long), and feel like a Knight or a beautiful lady. There are casts of ancient armor, as well as in paint depicts scenes of battles and robber attacks on wagons.

The overs of Renaissance architecture should evaluate the Municipal House, honorably decorating the list of the most interesting places in Prague. Music connoisseurs will surely like the Smetana Hall, where each year a lot of people gather for the music festival “Prague Spring”.

In Prague, anyone can feel temporarily crowned king, simply taking a walk from the Powder Tower to the Prague Castle on Tsieletnaya Street, long time ago kings go through those streets during the coronation ceremony. Now it’s a pedestrian street with lots of restaurants, shops, and small souvenir stores.

Further, we move towards the Prague Castle, located on the left bank of the Vltava River. This is one of the main symbols of the Czech Republic and the world’s largest presidential residence.

The heart of the Prague Castle is the Cathedral of St. Witt. The cathedral was built almost 600 years and managed to absorb all of the architectural styles and take the best from each era. The most recommended place is the deck of the cathedral, after 300 steps, will be the unforgettable view of Prague.

The coziest and hospitable among interesting places in Prague is Zlata Street. If you want to walk along Prague Castle, this will undoubtedly be the best choice, especially if you decided to visit Prague with children. Zlata Street plunges into a fabulous atmosphere and it fights back to any statements about the gloom of the city.

And, of course, when we talking about the most interesting places in Prague, the famous Charles Bridge connecting Mala Strana and the Old Town should be mentioned. The bridge was built in the Middle Ages and is still one of the most beautiful bridges in the world. Charles Bridge has decorated with 30 magnificent sculptures and a lot of amazing towers.