Prague city is full of fairy-tale vistas, beautiful in a
way that makes even the most jaded traveler stop and snap pictures. The city is
physically divided in two by the Vltava River, which runs from south to north
with a single sharp turn to the east. There’s a lot to see and explore in this
city, namely Hradcany (Castle Area) - is a town that during the early 14th
century emerged from a collection of monasteries and churches. Then there’s Staré
Mesto (Old Town), usually the first stop for any visitor. Old Town Square, its
gorgeous houses, and the astronomical clock are blockbuster attractions. Then
there’s Nové Mesto (New Town) and Vysehrad, and so on.
Some of the other top attractions this city offers are Bazilika svatého Jirí, Chrám svatého Mikuláse, museums called the Dum U cerné Matky bozí and Franz Kafka Museum, Museum Kampa. You can even take a walk in the peaceful parks like Královská zahrada, Letenské sady, Petrín sady. Art and theatre lovers can view some performances at Obecní dum and Rudolfinum.