Prague offers so much more than alluring architecture, abundant brews and inherently romantic atmosphere. It possesses a wildly eclectic mix of history, culture, ambiance, nightlife and beauty.

Old Town Square
Saunter along the luxury-shop-lined Prarizska – where you can browse the likes of Louis Vuitton and Burberry – to Old Town Square. As touristy as it is, its medley of eye-catching architecture always manages to impress. The landmark here, of course, is the Astronomical Clock. Rather than joining the throng for the hourly procession of the 12 Apostles, climb to the top of the adjacent Old Town Hall Tower for fabulous views of the square and beyond.

Bohemia Switzerland
Take a day trip from the city to Bohemia Switzerland. You will find no trace of city life here. Home to towering sandstone cliffs, peaceful swaths of farmland, quaint little villages and majestic rock formations, Bohemian Switzerland is a delight for all outdoor enthusiasts. Pravcicka Gate is undoubtedly the most photographed location in Bohemian Switzerland. The majestic sandstone arch is the largest of its kind in Europe and among the grandest in the world – it was also featured in the Chronicles of Narnia.

Petrin Hill
Petrin Hill is one of the most beautiful parks in Prague. Home to five gardens, you will find no shortage of beauty here. You’ll also find an observatory and a mirror maze.