The City of a Hundred Spires, Golden Prague, Magical Prague, Northern Rome, Eastern Paris.
These are just a few titles this rich city has merited. There’s no other city like Prague when it comes to history and culture.
Prague has museums, theatres, and exhibitions galore!
- From the National Museum to tiny independent art galleries; from the National Theatre to the Prague Fringe theatre festival; and from huge multiplex cinemas to tiny arthouse theatres, Prague is chock full of culture at every level.
Prague can’t help but be historical.
- As one of the best-preserved cities in Europe, Prague’s architecture is something to behold, boasting Gothic, Renaissance, Cubist…and many more styles, all lovingly maintained. Because these buildings are still in every-day use, Prague gives a unique chance to live, work, and play in some truly historical settings.
Walk in the footsteps of some big names.
- Have a coffee in the same café where Kafka hung out. See where Einstein used to live, and where Antonín Dvořák first performed! Milan Kundera, Miloš Forman, Vaclav Havel, the Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV, Madeleine Albright, and even Mick Jagger are all from or closely connected to Prague in some way!
You’ll make friends from around the world.
- Prague is a very popular city for international university students, international interns and business people, and of course backpackers and expats in general. There are tons of interesting people living and working here from every corner of the world.
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