Category: Mandatory Prague

Mandatory Prague – Old Jewish Cemetery

A very popular tourist attraction in Prague, and it is one of Europe’s oldest cemeteries. It is very close to the Jewish Quarter, which, as you can see, is also apart of Mandatory Prague.  This graveyard holds around 12,000 tomb stones that one can see, but there are thousands of graves buried below the visible stones. Due to a lack of space, all the graves are quite literally piled on top of one another, and it is a very moving sight to see. Whether or not you are Jewish, checking out the cemetery can be an emotional experience, because...

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Mandatory Prague – Dancing House

The Dancing House was constructed in the late 1990’s, and it is an incredibly modern and unique structure.  The building is full of windows, and it is literally curved, built to resemble the shape of a dancing man.  The only part of this building that is open to the public is the top floor, in which you will find one of the city’s leading restaurants: Ginger and Fred Restaurant. The restaurant offers panoramic views of the Charles Bridge, the river, and the Prague Castle.  Another pro tip: go at sunset, because everything looks that much prettier with a touch...

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Mandatory Prague – Prague Castle

As if it isn’t obvious, when you are in Prague it is essential that you visit our most popular attraction. It dates all the way back to the 9th century, and it was a seat of power for multiple kings, emperors, and rulers.  It is a stunning structure, with so many small details that allow it to radiate when the sun shines on it. The castle houses several museums, three courtyards, and even a quaint garden cafe. In addition, the castle is located in New Town, so you can walk from your tour straight into the narrow, cobblestone streets...

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Mandatory Prague – The Charles Bridge

Charles Bridge is a fixture of Prague life, and the connection between Prague’s Old Town and Prague’s New Town.  It was built back in 1357, and not much has been done to renovate it since then.  It is a gorgeous Gothic structure decorated with statues that tower of you and bring you back into the olden days.  The bridge is always crawling with artists, street food, locals and travelers alike, all trying to soak in the stunning view of Prague that the bridge provides. Pro Tip: If you want to see a truly breathtaking view of Prague, wake up...

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Mandatory Prague – The Prague Zoo

Every major city has a zoo. But does every city have a zoo that’s been ranked among the best in the world by the likes of Forbes Traveler and TripAdvisor? Yeah, we didn’t think so. There’s a reason the Prague Zoo brags so many accolades. Located near the Trója Chateau in Prague 7 , the zoo is home to nearly 5,000 animals and 650 species. The idea first came to the mind of a Count Sweerts-Sporck in 1881 as a way to commemorate the wedding of Crown Prince Rudolf and Princess Stephanie of Belgium—because what better way to celebrate...

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