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Cobbled lanes and spire-topped towers set a classic European scene in the Czech Republic capital.

The one-time seat of the Holy Roman Emperor, postcard-perfect Prague has long attracted admirers—Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Franz Kafka among them—to this gorgeously Gothic city on the Vltava River. An ever-evolving cityscape, iconic squares and ancient chapels mingle with new-Baroque buildings and contemporary architecture.

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  1. Franz Kafka Museum
    1. Franz Kafka Museum

    Intimate in size and subject matter, explore the work of one of Prague and 20th century literature’s most influential writers at the Franz Kafka Museum. Rare photographs, copies of manuscripts, letters, diaries and interactive installations make for an immersive experience that is fittingly Kafkaesque.

  2. Rudolfinum
    2. Rudolfinum

    Bold Bohemian architecture impresses at the Rudolfinum, a Neo-Renaissance beauty on the banks of the Vltava River. Home to the Czech Philharmonic, this culture center hosts world-class musicians in the elegant concert halls where frescoes, detailed reliefs and soaring Roman colonnades also take center stage. Discover forward thinking exhibitions in the Galerie Rudolfinum and refresh with an afternoon coffee and pastry at the charming cafe.

  3. St. Vitus Cathedral
    3. St. Vitus Cathedral

    A host of spires atop Prague’s central cathedral pierce the sky like Gothic stalagmites. Centuries in the making, the foundation stone was laid in the 14th century but the great cathedral was not completed until 1929. Marvel at the stained glass windows in a rainbow of rich colors created by contemporary Czech artists including Alfons Mucha. A tour of art history through the ages is on display with the intricate 14th-century mosaic of The Last Judgement above the Golden Gate, a Romanesque rotunda that mixes with French Gothic style and interiors dripping with baroque carvings and details.

  4. The Charles Bridge and Kampa Island
    4. The Charles Bridge and Kampa Island

    A stroll over Prague’s most well-known landmark is a step back in time to the 14th century. Wander beneath the stoic gaze of the dramatic statues of saints lining this stone footbridge thick with buskers and vendors. Continue south of the bridge and beyond the bustling crowds, to picturesque Kampa Island. This leafy atoll on the Vltava River is a patchwork of tranquil parks, romantic lanes and the Kampa Museum, a treasure trove of modern European artwork.

  5. Wallenstein Garden
    5. Wallenstein Garden

    Meticulously trimmed topiaries and bold box hedges encircle babbling fountains and mythical figures frozen in bronze relief in the wow-worthy Wallenstein Garden. The verdant Italian-style garden is the icing on the regal baroque cake that is the 17th-century Wallenstein Palace, now the current home of the Czech Senate. Drift through the hedge mazes and the fragrant flowering paths April through October, and join the locals at the Sala Terrena for dreamy summer concerts.

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Take in the opera or a ballet from one of the silk-lined opera boxes at the historic Estates Theater. Don Giovanni premiered on the legendary stage of this neoclassical building in 1787. Cherished works from the classical repertoire, such as Othello and The Nutcracker are presented today with modern flourishes.

Stroll through Old Town Square, dating back to the 11th-century, overlooked by 14th–16th century Old Town Hall with a unique gothic tower with astronomical clock.

Wander through Prague's Jewish Quarter, once home to Franz Kafka.

Visit Vysehrad, a mighty fortress on a high cliff above the river Vltava where notable Prague residents such as Antonin Dvorak and Alfons Mucha are buried.

Study high Baroque architecture at St. Nicholas’s Church, a Jesuit-founded cathedral where Mozart played organ during his stay in Prague.
Climb the 229 steps up the Petřín Tower, a mini version of Paris' Eiffel Tower built in 1891.

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Ancient Augustinian treatments Ancient Augustinian treatments

Unwind with traditional, all-natural body rituals and treatments devised from secret recipes from the Augustinian Order of Monks in a decidedly modern spa with Turkish Hammam.

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Best of beer culture Best of beer culture

Stalactites and stalagmites frame a floating terracotta floor in this inviting cave-like tavern. This cellar is the original home of the St. Thomas Brewery, which has been brewing beer since 1352.

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Make a visit to the heart of Europe a family affair with a special rate for an additional room and free meals for the littlest travelers.

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