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  • Old Town Hall tower (at Old town square) image

Old Town Hall tower (at Old town square)


Staroměstské náměstí 1, 110 00 Praha 1

webstaromestskaradnicepraha.cz phone+420 236 002 629

Don´t miss the view from the Old Town Hall tower (at Old Town square) - it is fabulous! It was originally built in 1338 and you can climb right to the top. There is an elevator if you don’t fancy the stairs. The tower of the Old Town Hall is also home of famous Astronomical Clock, which dates back to 1410 and it is the most preserved medieval Clock in the world.

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Vyšehrad Cemetery & Slavin tomb


K Rotundě, Vyšehrad, Praha 2

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The renowned cemetary was founded in 1869 on the grounds of Vyšehrad Castle. It is the final resting place of many composers, artists, sculptors, writers, and those from the world of science and politics (e.g. Alfonz Mucha, Bedřich Smetana, Antonín Dvořák...). The centrepiece of the cemetery, called Slavín, was designed by Antonín Wiehl, and it is a large and notable tomb located within Vyšehrad cemetery.

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ZOO Garden


U trojského zámku 3/120, 171 00 Praha 7

webzoopraha.cz phone+420 296 112 230

One of the largest ZOOs in Europe, a very pleasant park and unforgettable experience. Watch for signs "Do not miss", where you will find a programme with the most important events taking place in the garden during the day. In one of the most popular pavilion Indonesian jungle you can see flora and fauna of the jungle or you can play with lemurs. According to Forbes Traveller Magazine is Prague ZOO the 7th best garden in the world.

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Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia


Anežská 811/12, Praha 1-Staré Město

weben.wikipedia.org phone+420 778 725 086

Located downtown near the river Vltava, the convent was founded between 1233-1234 by St Agnes of Bohemia, the daughter of Přemysl Otakar I. It is the 1st Gothic building not only in Prague, but generally in Bohemia. It is a complex of two objects – the convent of the Poor Clares and the monastery of the Friars Minor, which was founded in the neighborhood. Currently there is the exhibition of Medieval Art in Bohemia and Central Europe 1200 – 1550.

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Old-New Synagogue


Maiselova 18, 110 01 Praha 1

websynagogue.cz phone+420 224 800 812

The oldest site of Prague’s Jewish Town and the oldest extant synagogue in Europe. It´s been the main synagogue of the Prague Jewish community for more than 700 years. Built in the last third of the 13 cent. by stone-masons from the royal workshop who were working on the nearby Convent of St. Agnes, it is testimony to the important status of the then Jewish community of Prague. Closed on Saturdays and Jewish holidays.

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O2 Arena - concert & sport hall in Prague


Českomoravská 2345/17, 190 00 Praha 9

webo2arena.cz phone+420 266 12 11 22

O2 Arena is the biggest hall in Prague for concerts and sport matches (such as ice-hockey or floorball). In May-June-August 2013 you can see there concerts of Mark Knopfler, Pink, Joe Cocker, Alicia Keys, Andrea Bocelli, Kiss, Eric Clapton, Santana and many others. The O2 Arena is located directly at the station metro B called „Vysočanská“. Regrettably isn´t possible to buy tickets on-line by your credit card. More information read on the O2 website.

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Dancing house (Ginger & Fred)


Jiráskovo náměstí 1981/6, 120 00 Praha 2

webdancinghousehotel.com phone+420 605 083 611

Dancing house was built between 1992-1994 by the Vltava River and is one of the most controversial, non-traditional building in Prague. It is called „Ginger and Fred“ after the famous dancers Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. It was desing by the Croatian-Czech architect Vlado Milunić in co-operation with the renowned Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry. The top floor of Dancing House is the only part open to the public, and is home to one of the city's leading Celeste Restaurant, which offers delightful French cuisine and magnificent views over the river and up to Prague Castle.

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National Theatre


Národní 2, 110 00 Praha 1

webnarodni-divadlo.cz phone+420 224 901 448

Built in an impressive neo-Renaissance style on the Vltava bank between 1868-83, the National Theatre is one of the symbols of Czech national identity and cultural heritage, striving for the highest artistic quality. The theatre offers a fine repertoire of opera, ballet, Czech drama and advent concerts. On this website you can buy tickets on-line to the National Theatre and also to the National Opera, Laterna Magica and The Estates Theatre. If you´d like to see just an interior of the National theatre, which is really stunning, you can join the guided tours. Tours are given in English, German, French, Russian and Czech.

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Museum of Chamber Pots & Historical Toilets


Vyšehradská 12, 128 00 Praha 2

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The biggest collection in the world includes 2000 historical toilets and chamber pots. In this unique museum you can find precious gems from the USA to Australia, e.g. the original chamber pots made for Napoleon Bonaparte, the Lincoln´s bedroom at the White House, the Chinese Emperor Qianlong, the chamber pot of Countess Mathilda Nostitzs, as well as a special collection of urinals, ladies' Bourdaloue chamber pots and much more. The museum is located in the city centre (street Vysehradska 12) and is open from Tuesday to Sunday 10:00-18:00. On Monday is closed. If you own some artefakt which fits into this collection, the museum will appreciate your offer.

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