One of the great European cities of the Art Nouveau movement.

The wealth of art, design and architecture in Prague is astounding. The city is home to a unique collection of historical monuments dominated by Prague Castle, and is a former European City of Culture.

Art and Architecture in Picturesque Prague

As one of the great European cities of the Art Nouveau movement, Prague also boasts evidence of Gothic, Renaissance and Cubist styles, making it visually unique. Take your group to the 12th century Old Town Square to fully appreciate the beauty or climb the Old Town Hall Tower for a stunning view over the Square.


Popular Excursions

  • Charles Bridge
  • Convent of Saint Agnus of Bohemia
  • Czech Museum of Fine Arts
  • Jewish Quarters Josefov
  • Kampa Museum
  • Karlstejn Castle
  • Museum of Communism
  • Museum of Decorative Arts
  • Museum of W A Mozart and the Duseks
  • Old Town Prague
  • Petrin Park
  • Prague Castle
  • Prague Music Festival
  • Ruckl Glass Factory
  • Skoda Museum
  • Sternberg Palace
  • Strahov Monastery
  • Terezin
  • The Castle District
  • Veletrzni Palace


A Walk Through History

Prague has experienced a lot of turbulence – independence, Nazi occupation, communism, capitalism and more. You can find out more about Czech-Jewish history at Terezín Concentration Camp, the 18th century fortress and garrison town that, during the war, became a ghetto where around 25,000 Jews died. Or, if you are looking for some respite away from the bustling city centre, a visit to the 12th century Strahov Monastery offers peace and calm.