Prague It is the capital and the largest city of the Czech Republic. Founded at the end of the 9th century, it has 1.2 million inhabitants and it is known by several names: "the golden city", "Paris of the 20s in the 90s", "the mother of all cities", "the city of a hundred domes" or "the heart of Europe" .
The city lives practically thanks to tourism. his architectural beauty It is one of its greatest assets when it comes to attracting tourists from all over the world. In addition, its central position in the old continent makes many multinational companies decide to install their headquarters in Prague to enjoy good communications.
All this makes her one of the richest cities in Central and Eastern Europe.
Josefov, Jewish quarter of Prague
Prague is one of the most important and traditional cultural centers in Europe. The fall of communism made it recover its traditions, festivities and events. Furthermore, the theater and the Opera they have a privileged place within the offer of shows that the city hosts throughout the year. As to museums Y universities, does not fall short either. It has 8 public universities and museums of all kinds.
The weather It is very changeable from summer to winter. The summer It can be very warm and dry while the winter It can become torture, with very low temperatures that are often accompanied by heavy snow. In spring and fall temperatures are much milder, which makes visiting the city especially attractive on these dates.
Regarding the public transportPrague has an organized metro, tram and bus network.
The meter It consists of three lines designed by letters (A Skalka - Dejvická, B Černý most - Zličín and C Ládví - Háje).
The buses and trams They operate from 04:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.
Bridge of Carlos
Places of interest you cannot miss
- Mucha Museum
- Bridge of Carlos
- Black Theater
- Terezin (former concentration camp)
- Castle City
- Astronomical Clock
- Prague Opera
- Strahov Library Convent
- Cathedral of Saint Vitus
- New Old Synagogue
Prague, At The Heart Of Europe - Documentary (April 2021)