1. Walk in the greenest urban space in the world If you are wondering what makes Prague the greenest city in the world, the answer lies in the fact that it is full of natural green spaces. 56% of Prague consists of forests, nature reserves, nearly 200 parks, vineyards and public gardens. During your visit to Prague it will be worth your while to visit one of the many beautiful parks and gardens, away from the hustle and bustle. Recommended are: Stromovka (park), Wallenstein gardens (only in the spring and summer months), Letná (park), Riegrovy sady (park).

2. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Prague is one of the most renowned historical cities in the world, with a multitude of beautiful buildings and monuments. The historic center of the city, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992 is a walk through History where visitors can explore the city’s past easily. You’ll find just about every style of architecture, from Romanesque to Gothic, Baroque to Rococo and Neo-Renaissance to Art Nouveau.

3. The Beer is Cheaper Than Water!

Yes, it’s true: in the Czech Republic beer in pubs and restaurants costs less than mineral water. And it’s a great beer – one of the world’s favoutite types of beer – Pilsner – was born in Prague! It’s surely one of the reasons to visit Prague. Pubs in Prague are famous and they have a lot of atmosphere. Na zdraví! (Cheers!)
4. You can seek for Gold in the Golden City…

Prague is not just a city like any other. It has a magnificent history full of mysteries and legends. Its enigmatic aura derives from the Renaissance, when the Bohemian Kingdom was the European centre for alchemy. Philosophers searched for what was known as “philosopher’s stone”, a panaceum, as a universal remedy for all the illnesses and more famously – a chemical substance which turns simple metals into gold.

5. And if you love music,
Prague has something to offer both classical music lovers and those who prefer rock, pop or alternative currents. For classical music, visit the Rudolfinum, the Municipal House (Obecní dům) or one of the churches in Prague. Fans of dance or electro will visit one of the famous clubs in Prague, such as Roxy, Akropolis, Cross or the MeetFactory multimedia space. Karlovy lázně – a four-story club – is a popular destination for tourists, each floor being reserved for a different musical genre.