Prague is a very diverse and multicultural city (14th largest in EU) with preserved medieval parts. Its fairytale features will enchant you. Prague is indeed a pearl in the heart of Europe.
You can see Prague astronomical clock from 1410 or Dancing house from 1992.
You will be amazed by modern moving sculpture of Franz Kafka or you can walk on Charles Bridge and enjoy the view of Prague Castle.
Here are 50 other tips for your free time in Prague.
Finally, you can visit Brewery club, where you can taste around 240 kinds of beers.
If you are interested in city exploration, we recommend you to download the city guide.
The official currency of the Czech Republic is the Czech Crown = Česká koruna (CZK = Kč). You can find the official exchange rates on the website of the Czech National Bank.
Prague is in a region with continental climate. September weather is usually quite pleasant and mild with average high temperatures equal to 19°C and average low temperatures equal to 9°C. For more details consult holiday-weather or/and for current weather forecast just Google “weather Prague”.
The official language of the Conference is English.
This Prague travel guide 2017 covers all the must see places in Prague: Charles Bridge, Karlova Rd., Old town sq., The astronomical clock, Parizka st., the Jewish qr., St. James church, The Powder tower, Prague night life, Petrin Hill, Mala Strana, St. Nicholas church, Strahov Library, Prague Castle, Wallenstein garden, The national theatre, Kafka head, Louvre Cafe, Vaclav sq., Shopping.
Thirty years ago, Prague was a mystery to travelers in Europe; now, however, it is one of the most popular destinations on the continent, drawing about 4 million visitors each year. Prague offers a compact city center, a fascinating centuries-long history with splendid examples of Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, Renaissance and Art Nouveau architecture. There are also scores of palaces, churches and squares in Prague, delicious local Czech beer and food for reasonable prices. Here’s a look at the top tourist attractions in Prague
We're gonna take you to the best Czech restaurants in Prague. Huge thanks to our friend from Taste of Prague for helping us out! They're great and btw. you can book them for a food tour :) The list of the presented restaurants with their maps is as follows: