The Powder Tower of Prague city – Beautiful Gothic tower & city gate in Prague

Prague, the beautiful & capital city of Czech Republic have amazing attractions and you can also find amazing holiday villas in Prague which will let you enjoy a great holidaying with family and friends. A popular & historical viewpoint of Prague which you can’t miss visiting and clicking pictures when you’re holidaying in Prague city is ‘The Powder Tower’ which is located 4 kilometre away from Prague’s main city centre. Being one among the 13 original city gates of Prague, The Powder Tower is a Gothic tower which separates the Old Town of Prague from it’s New Town. The Powder Tower(Powder Gate) was constructed during the year 1475(15th century) and it was called ‘New Tower’ during that time. Later, during 17th century The Powder Tower was used to store gun powder and thus, ended with the name ‘The Powder Tower’ of Prague city. Nothing much to look than a medieval century built tower, the Gothic tower do looks attractive and ‘worthwhile’ a visit, when you’re holidaying in Prague.

Loreta of Prague – Popular, peaceful, picturesque beauty of Prague city

Prague, Czech Republic’s capital is a beautiful holiday destination with attractions to visit and you have world-class holiday villas in Prague with affordable prices, round the clock services and facilities. A peaceful and beautiful pilgrimage you shall not miss visiting when you’re holidaying in Prague city is the Loreta, a pilgrimage with a cloister, the Santa Casa, he church of the Lord’s Birth, and a clock tower with a famous chime. Loreta was built during 1631(17th century) and the baroque facade it possess was built eventually during the beginning of 18th century. The best part of the chapel is it’s chime and peal, which is heard since August 15(1695) and consists of 30 larger & smaller bells which makes the pilgrimage more divine, classy and peaceful landmark in Prague. Do take guided tours to enjoy and derive the complete essence of this picturesque and peaceful Loreta, when you’re holidaying in Prague.

Prague Astronomical Clock – A must visit medieval attraction in Old Town Square of Prague

Prague, the beautiful capital of Czech Republic have amazing attractions and you can also find fantastic holiday villas in Prague which will let you enjoy a great holidaying with family and friends. A most popular viewpoint in Prague city without visiting which your sightseeing/holidaying in Prague is ‘incomplete’ is the Prague Astronomical Clock (or) Prague Orloj, a medieval astronomical clock attached to the Old Town Hall located in the Old Town Square of Prague city. From Prague’s main city centre, you shall reach ‘Prague Astronomical Clock’ by travelling 2.5 kilometre following the directions, that leads to Prague’s Old Town Square. The Prague Astronomical Clock was the third oldest astronomical clock in the world which was installed during early 15th century(during the year 1410) in Prague city and now, it’s the oldest clock that still works. A picture in front of Prague Astronomical Clock is the most iconic Prague moment, which you can’t miss and you’ve good count of cafés & restaurants in the lively Old Town Square to relax and enjoy your visit to square, as well as sightseeing the Astronomical Clock when you’re holidaying in Prague.

Church of Saint Nicholas in Prague – Amazing Baroque architected chapel with picturesque view in Prague

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St. Nicholas Church

Prague, Czech Republic’s capital is a beautiful holiday destination with attractions and you have exquisite luxurious and also budget holiday villas in Prague with round the clock services and facilities. The ‘Old town’ touch is the factor that adds more classic beauty to the city of Prague and you’ll find it by yourself when you visit the medieval century architectures, chapels and landmarks in Prague. Such a beautiful medieval architecture/chapel to visit in Prague city is the St. Nicholas Church (or) the Church of Saint Nicholas which is located just 3 kilometer away from Prague’s main city centre. The Church of Saint Nicholas is the best example of ‘Prague Baroque’ style of architecture with amazing interior and exterior works which you can’t refuse to admire when you visit this chapel in Prague. The Church of Saint Nicholas was built during 18th century(1704-1755) on a site which is formerly a Gothic church from 13th century. Do visit Church of Saint Nicholas, which is one of the beautiful and historical chapel, when you’re holidaying in Prague.

Petrin tower in Prague – Popular viewpoint in Prague

Prague, the beautiful capital of Czech Republic have amazing attractions and you can also find fantastic holiday villas in Prague which will let you enjoy a great holidaying with family and friends. A popular viewpoint in Prague city which shall not be missed while holidaying in Prague is ‘Petrin tower’, also called as ‘Petrin Lookout tower’ which resembles Paris’ Eiffel tower in appearance and stands high for about 208 ft over the Petrin hill in Prague. From the main city centre of Prague you shall reach Petrin hill by travelling nearly 8 kilometres following in directions. Since, Petrin Lookout tower is a major tourist attraction in Prague you can spot tourists flocking to the tower and clicking pictures in this iconic viewpoint of Prague city. From the foot of Petrin hill you can reach the Petrin Lookout tower in top by walking the path for 30-40 minutes, and there is also ‘elevator’ available for elderly & disabled people. But, tourists to Prague mostly choose to walk up the Petrin hill, because, it gives a ‘little’ hiking and sightseeing experience while visiting Petrin Lookout tower. You have viewing point at top and a café and gift shop at mid-level of Petrin Lookout tower and it’s been a beautiful tourist attraction, since the year 1891 to enjoy spectacular views of Prague.

St. George’s Basilica in Prague – Visit the Roman Catholic church built during 920 AD in Prague city

Prague, Czech Republic’s capital is a beautiful holiday destination with attractions and holiday villas with round the clock services and facilities. There many historical landmarks and churches in Prague and one among the list is the St. George’s Basilica, a Roman Catholic church founded during the year 920 built in the Romanesque architectural style. You can reach St. George’s Basilica by travelling 7 kilometres from Prague’s main city centre following the directions. The St. George’s Basilica is such a iconic & picturesque destination in Prague that looks vibrant with bright red-colored walls, and you can also look at the 19th century Bohemian Art Collection of National Gallery in Prague. You can’t tell that you’re looking at a chapel from 10th century when you visit at St. George’s Basilica, since, they look so class and style though it’s 1000 years old and that’s why you shouldn’t miss this beautiful chapel, when you’re holidaying in Prague.

Strahov Monastery in Prague – Beautiful monastery from 12th century in Prague

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Strahov Monastery

Prague, the beautiful capital of Czech Republic have amazing attractions and you can also find fantastic holiday villas in Prague which will let you enjoy a great holidaying with family and friends. One of the beautiful and historical landmark to visit in Prague is the Strahov Monastery, a catholic church abbey that was found during the year 1143. Since, located in Prague’s Strahov district, it’s addressed as the Strahov Monastery in Prague. From Prague’s main city centre, you shall reach the Strahov Monastery by travelling nearly 7 kilometres crossing the Vltava River in Prague. With amazing architectural works in both exterior and interior parts of the Strahov Monastery, they do carry amazing back stories and a vital part in Prague’s medieval times. Taking a guided tour to Strahov Monastery will enhance your visit and will remain as ‘one of the best visit’ when you rewind your memories about your holidaying in Prague.

Do walk the picturesque Golden Lane in Prague Castle, Prague

Prague, Czech Republic’s capital have amazing attractions and also fantastic holiday villas that’ll let you enjoy a splendid holidaying with family and friends in Prague. The main factor to admire about Prague city is being beautiful and elegant in a very simple way and on such a note, a beautiful street (or) destination to visit and admire when you’re in Prague is the Golden Lane located close to Prague Castle in Prague. Golden Lane was initially the residential region of holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II’s castle guards during 16th century and got it’s name from the goldsmiths of Prague occupying the region during 17th century. You can find small and well-built houses with beautiful and bright colors and most of them now function as museum, shops for gifts, souvenir and many more. Nothing to watch more than colored houses and cobbled street but you’ll be amazed by the picturesque views of Golden Lane and it’s definitely worth a visit when you’re holidaying in Prague.

Lennon wall in Prague-Make your day colorful in Prague

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Lennon wall

Prague, Czech Republic’s capital is a beautiful holiday destination with attractions and holiday villas with round the clock services and facilities. Prague city is a classic destination with medieval architectures, buildings and the city itself possess a beautiful ‘Old Town’ look; whereas there are few viewpoints to look in Prague which isn’t Prague’s cup of tea but still preserved in Prague city. One such beautiful and iconic spot in Prague is the popular graffiti wall called the Lennon Wall, also called as John Lennon Wall in Prague. From the main city centre of Prague, you can reach the Lennon Wall by travelling nearly 3.9 kilometres near Vltava (Moldau) river in Prague. The Lennon Wall in Prague is filled with graffiti, the famous Beatles’ song lyrics then and there and more of the works are related to popular English singer John Winston Ono Lennon. Nothing more to watch, but you can definitely get the positivity, take pictures, admire colors, graffiti and cherish it as ‘the colorful moment’ of your holidaying in Prague.

Visit the ‘Prague Zoo’ in Prague city with family and friends

Prague, the amazing city and also the capital of Czech Republic is one good choice to make, when you wanted to spend good holidaying with your family and friends. One of the good destination to take your family and especially kids when you’re in Prague is the popular Prague zoo, which is located 8 kilometres to the north of Prague’s main city centre. Prague zoo was opened during the year 1931 and still continues to be the best destination(zoo) to visit in Prague city. You can spot around 5000 animals in Prague zoo which falls into 676 types of species and about 132 type of them are considered ‘rare and endangered’ species. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the zoo is closed temporarily and people are expecting it to re-open anytime in summer. If you visit Prague in summer, do visit the amazing Prague zoo in the city of Prague.