Map of Prague attractions
This map of Prague attractions is based on Google maps technology. You can switch the type of map
in the right upper corner by clicking on buttons Map, Satellite and Terrain. Control panel on the left with
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List of Prague attractions
This list contains all the major touristic attractions in Prague that are diplayed on the map above as well:
- Prague Castle - Large castle complex with offices of Czech president.
- Charles Bridge - Famous bridge over river Vltava with statues and towers.
- Old Town Square - Core of historical Old Town with churches and astronomical clock.
- Wenceslas Square - Large square full of shops, hotels and restaurants.
- National Theatre - Czech national theatre with great opera and theatre performances.
- Infant Jesus of Prague - Grace-giving statue of Child Jesus hidden inside Church of Our Lady Victorious.
- Dancing House - House of very non-traditional design originally known as Ginger and Fred.
- Municipal House - Spectacular Art Nouveau building located at Square of Republic.
- Rudolfinum - Neo-Renaissance concert hall where Czech Philharmonic Orchestra resides.
- Vyšehrad - Castle complex above river Vltava containing park, church and cemetery.
- National Museum - Museum of natural sciences and history at Wenceslas Square.
- State Opera - Primary opera scene in Prague.
- Belvedere - Summer palace in the renaissance style in gardens of Prague castle.
- Estates Theatre - Famous theatre where Don Giovanni opera was played for the first time.
- Troja Chateau - Chateau with nice gardens in italian style.
- Loreta - Baroque church with bell tower near Prague castle.
- Bethlehem Chapel - Old medieval chapel important to Czech history.
- Jewish Cemetery - Old cemetery in the middle of Jewish quarter.
- Spanish Synagogue - Most famous and beautiful of synagogues in Prague.
- Žižkov Tower - Television tower with observation desk forming Prague's skyline.
- Strahov Stadium - Former stadium known as second biggest in the world after Maracana.
- Strahov Monastery - Wonderful baroque complex with library.
- Petřín Hill - Hill near city centre with funicular and observation tower on top.
- Powder Tower - Monumental tower in gothic style with gate to Old Town.
- Národní - Important avenue where demonstrations of Velvet revolution started.
- Vítkov Hill - Hill with National Monument and equestrian statue of commander Jan Zizka.
- Prague ZOO - Large zoological garden with hundreds of animals and species.
- Straka Academy - Seat of Czech republic government.
- Prague Exhibition Ground - Complex of exhibition pavillons with singing fountain.
- Lennon Wall - Wall covered with graffiti symbolizing fight against communism.
- Pařížská Street - Most luxurious street in Czech Republic lined with high class shops and boutiques.
- National Gallery - National gallery with paintings and sculptures of not only Czech artists.
- Hilton Prague - Biggest hotel in middle Europe that received many awards in recent years.
- Four Seasons Hotel - Luxurious hotel with first Michelin restaurant in Eastern Europe.
- O2 Arena - Multi-purpose sports and culture arena where ice hockey team Slavia Prague plays.
- Palladium - Shopping mall with 4 levels located in renovated historical building.
- My Národní - Centraly located shopping mall with Tesco store.