Since the fall of communism in 1989 and the opening up of Central and Eastern Europe, the Czech Republic – and its capital in particular – has evolved into one of Europe’s most popular travel destinations. Prague offers an intact medieval core that transports you back 500 years. The 14th-century Charles Bridge, traversing two historic neighbourhoods, is one of the continent’s most beautiful sights. The city is not just about history, though; it’s a vital urban centre with a rich array of cultural offerings.
Prague is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic and is situated on the Vltava River. With many famous cultural attractions, excellent restaurants, fashionable bars and cafes all making it a popular tourist destination. There is also a diverse nightlife with a mixture of trendy clubs and sophisticated wine bars.