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The population of this area of Prague is approximately 1,200,000.

After coming all this way, a visit to Charles Bridge is mandatory. This famed attraction never fails to impress.

The LunaPark and AquaPalace are nice places to enjoy some quality time with the kids. Miniature Museum and the Petrin Funicular Railway are also well worth checking out if you want to keep the good times coming.

You don't have to have gills and scales in order to investigate the aquatic life on display at Sea World.

Housed in exhibits along the trails and pathways of the Prague Zoo and the Terarium Praha, an eclectic mix of animals will keep you occupied for hours.

The Staropramen Brewery and the Strahov Monastery Brewery offer beer freaks an excellent chance to learn all about the complex art of brewing and what it is that makes the beer in this area so distinctive. Look around where it all happens and relish a very refreshing afternoon seeing the sights.

Local and exotic native and exotic plants, majestic trees and long, sinuous pathways await you at the Prague Botanical Gardens and the Kinsky Garden. Gardening enthusuasts should also wander around the Garden on the Ramparts and the Vojan Gardens.

Bring along a bite to eat and take five in the tranquil, green surroundings of the Royal Garden and Kampa Park. You'll also find plenty of space for a game or two on the grass at Riegrovy Sady and Stromovka Park.

Once you arrive, you'll be able to get information on what's going on at Prague Information Service and Tourist Information Centre Old Town Hall.

Skim some stones, listen to the birds and have a bite to eat at Lake Hostivar.

There's nothing quite like some time spent out among nature to help replenish a travel-weary soul. When you need to escape the hustle and bustle, make your way over to Kunratice Forest.

The area's exhibition spaces are a treasure trove of educational facts and stories. Savour the quiet and relaxing atmosphere as you admire the displays at the Museum of Communism and the Bertramka. The Czech Museum of Music and the Bedrich Smetana Museum are also well worth a visit.

Discover an excellent range of artifacts on display at Stefanik Observatory and Prague Planetarium, a couple of top science museums.

Prague is a hub of artistic activity, with galleries and exhibition spaces galore. Pay a visit to the Mucha Museum and the Kinsky Palace for some great examples of what this creative city has to offer. If these leave you feeling energized, wrap up your afternoon at the Lobkowicz Palace and the Schwarzenberg Palace.

History buffs can explore chronicles of former times at the Czech National Museum and the Jewish Ceremonial Hall. Do you like the sound of those? You'll be able to learn even more at the Prague City Museum or the Podskalska Customs Office at Vyton.

The Charles University and the Astronomical Clock are certainly worth taking a look at, even if you're not a passionate history buff. When it comes to bygone times, there's always more to discover. The Lennon Wall and Powder Tower are two more insightful places to stop by.

Novotného lávka will be of interest to travellers with a passion for civil engineering.

Peer back through the years and get a glimpse of the military past of the Prague area. History buffs will be dazzled by the fortified positions at Vysehrad National Cultural Monument.

When it came to building and furnishing Queen Anne's Summer Palace and Old Royal Palace, you'll see that money was not an issue. You may also like to explore the leafy gardens and listen to some stories about Clam-Gallas Palace and Cernin Palace.

After a day at Prague Castle or Karlstejn Castle, you may just feel like you're back in the days of knights in shining armour! For even more picturesque views and historical insights, head out and explore Vysehrad Castle and Troja Chateau.

Whether you consider yourself spiritual or not, you're sure to have a nice time at St. Vitus Cathedral and Strahov Monastery. The Old-New Synagogue and Tyn Church are two more popular holy sites.

Once you've ticked off all of the principle attractions in and around Prague, consider stopping by a couple of its lesser-known sights. The Lucerna Palace and the Bobsleigh Track are a couple of good options. Also, consider a trip to the Cubist Lamp Post and the Proudy Sculpture if you've got the time.

Accommodation in Prague

You'll discover as many as 660 accommodation options in the country's capital. Head to Expedia's Prague hotel page for the best offers.

Begin the quest for the perfect Prague room by browsing the guest services at the high-rating Four Seasons Hotel Prague, at Veleslavinova 2a, and the Mandarin Oriental, Prague, at Nebovidska 459/1. If you want to see what the cheaper options are like, the Alice Apartment House, at Praha 8 - Karlín Sokolovská 30, and the Abex Hostel, at Zelivského 2726/2, are worth looking into too.

No visit to Prague is truly complete without a stop off at Charles Bridge. The Augustine, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Prague and the Apartments by Grand Hotel Praha are both nearby.


Guide to Exploring Prague