Old Town Square & Astronomical Clock
- Admire the architecture of Prague while visiting the restaurants, merchants, and musicians that line the Square.
- Be sure to stop by the Astronomical Clock on the hour – built in 1410, it includes the position of the sun and moon in the sky, calendar, and animated figures set in motion on the hour
- Founded in the 9 th century, Prague Castle is the largest ancient castle in the world, at the size of roughly 7 football fields.
- Within its walls lies a collection of museums, galleries, churches, historic buildings, and gardens.
- Included highlights are St. Vitus Cathedral (925 A.D.), and Golden Lane – the smallest street in Prague whose houses look like they came right out of a fairytale.
The National Theatre
- Be sure to see an Opera, Drama, or Ballet performance at the National Theatre – generally considered the prime stage in the Czech Republic.
The Jewish Museum in Prague
- Includes one of the largest collections of Jewish ceremonial art, books, and archives
- Home to a number of important synagogues, and the oldest surviving cemetery of its kind.