From Prague airport to the city center (from the center to the airport) can be reached by buses, express buses, car, taxi, transfer with a city tour.
For families with children, Prague provides a lot of interesting places, entertainment and museums that are suitable for a family stay in the Czech capital.
Bridges cross the Vltava, boats cruise along the river, festivals and markets take place on the embankments, sights are located along the river, and gorgeous views of the Vltava open from the lookouts of Prague.
The National Gallery Prague is an art gallery in Prague, which has the largest collection of works of art in the Czech Republic and is located in several historical buildings.
The Wallenstein Garden and Palace is a beautiful Baroque palace and park complex in Prague, which is a place of parliament, tourism and recreation.
The halls of the palace and the garden can be visited.
The Prague Loreta is a complex of historical buildings in Prague, which is a place of pilgrimage and a museum that can be visited.
The abundance of observation decks and observation points in Prague give stunning panoramic views of the city from a bird's eye view.
In Prague there are paid and free viewing platforms, as well as cafes, restaurants and hotels.
The Church of St. Lawrence is a Baroque cathedral in Prague, to which the Way of the Cross leads with chapels on Golgotha and the Holy Sepulchre.
Mirror Maze - entertainment for children and adults in Prague, where there is a mirror maze depicting the battle on the Charles Bridge in 1648 and a hall of crooked mirrors.
Petrin Tower is a steel tower in Prague, which is a smaller copy of the Eiffel Tower.
There is an observation deck at the top of the tower.
The Jewish Quarter in Prague (Židovská čtvrť) was a Jewish ghetto, where monuments have been preserved: the Jewish town hall, synagogues and a Jewish cemetery.
The objects of the quarter are part of the Jewish Museum of Prague.
The Sternberg Palace (Sternberg Palace) is a historic palace with a garden in Prague, which has a high Baroque style and is the exhibition hall of the National Gallery Prague.
The Royal Way (Royal Road) is a historical route in Prague, along which future Czech kings passed to the coronation.
Today, the path is a popular tourist route.