Prague: The City Of A Thousand Spires


The historically vibrant city of Prague is known for its renaissance architecture, and churches. It is one of the most beautifully designed city which is an ode to old saints of Christianity.

It is marvellous to see the old churches and bridges still preserved. Walking through Prague is like travelling back in time. All you need to do is visit Prague and wander in these places.

Prague Castle

The Prague castle is the official residence of the President of the Czech Republic. It once belonged to the Bohemian kings, and today it is the most popular tourist attraction in the Czech Republic. There are a number of famous places inside the castle such as St. George’s Basilica, Golden Lane, and Powder Tower.

Charles Bridge

St Charles Bridge Prague

The St. Charles Bridge is made of stones and superstitions. The 651 meters bridge was constructed in 1357. As you walk along the bridge, you see plenty of famous statues perched along the way. The view of the River Vltava is amazing, especially at sunset.

The Astronomical Clock

The ‘Staromestská radnice’, is a building where 15th-century astronomical clock ‘Orloj’ is installed which is still working to this day. Every hour 12 Apostles parade around the clock. The Prague Orloj was established in 1410 and is the third-oldest astronomical clock installed in the world which is still working.

Prague Zoo

The massive 140-acre zoo is one of the most famous zoos in Europe. There are more than 650 species of animals and 4,200 animals in total. The highlight of the zoo is that many of the animals are endangered special, even close to extinction. The Prague zoo is a favourite spot for children and adults.