Category: Prague

Nerudova street

Nerudova Street

One of the easiest ways to get to Prague Castle is through Nerudova street. It’s one of those streets where you can literally breath in the history of Old Prague, since most of the...

Jewish Town Hall jewish clock

Jewish Town Hall in Prague

It’s commonly known that Prague had in the past one of the largest Jewish ghettos in central Europe. Unfortunately, most of it was demolished at the end of 19th century when the old Jewish...

Old Town Old Town Square

Prague’s Old Town

Once upon a time, in the heart of medieval Europe…well, there are several legends about how Prague and its Old Town was founded. The most famous ones speak of queen Libuše, who with a...

Schwarzenberg Palace outside view

Schwarzenberg palace in Prague

Schwarzenberg palace located on Hradčanské náměstí definitely belongs among the most beautiful and charming examples of renaissance architecture in Prague.  Before it became a part of Czech National Gallery, hosting a permanent exhibition of...

Archbishop's palace in Prague

Archbishop’s Palace in Prague

A large late baroque palace, located right in front the Prague Castle, is the current seat of Prague’s archbishopry. Even though the palace looks quite recent (if we can call 18th century recent), it’s...