Prague is the capital city of the Czech Republic, and it is the 13th largest city in the EU with a population of around 1.3 million residents. It is a cultural, political and economic centre of central Europe. The city is most well-known as being the Heart of Europe. In addition, many know Prague for its cheap beer, its historic gardens and parks, its many shopping malls, its picturesque river the Vltava (great for tours), and its diversity in architectural wonders.

Some annual events in Prague that are interesting to visit are the Febiofest International Film Festival, which is the city’s largest film festival, and World Roma Khamoro Festival, which is a music, photography and fashion-fueled display that celebrates the traditions and culture of Roma people (this is the largest ethnic group in the Czech Republic).

When visiting this city, tourists, internationals and business people alike tend to explore the historical landmarks and architectural marvels. One of the most notable buildings is the St. Nicholas Church, this Baroque wonder took a century to be completed. Another notable sight is the National Museum, an immense Neo-Renaissance building with one of the most impressive main entrances, with extended staircases, ceiling frescos and detailed stonework. As for museums, the communism museum is one of the most interesting to visit; the country used to be a communist nation, inside this museum you will find documentations of the communist rule. Other interesting museums are listed in the highlights below.

Prague is a city of beautiful scenery and many architectural views, known as the heart of Europe. The city allows for beautiful pictures, great tours and plenty of recreational activities. A trip to Prague would definitely be a unique experience for you and your colleagues. Are you interested in an incentive trip, after reading about this destination? Go through the must-sees that are mentioned below, and request a quotation!


  • Old Town Square
  • Astronomical Clock (medieval clock)
  • The Jewish Quarter
  • Prague Castle (former seat of Czech rulers, now official residence of the president)
  • Vitus Cathedral (located in the castle grounds, many treasures inside)
  • KGB Museum (small museum established by a Russian enthusiast, with objects related to the secret police of the Soviet Union)
  • Sigmund Freud statue in the Stare Mesto area
  • Lennon Wall (walls covered in graffiti of John Lennon and The Beatles)
  • Farmer’s Market
  • Communism Museum Prague (the country used to be a communist nation, inside this museum you will find documentations of the communist rule)
  • Cruise on the Vltava river
  • Mala Strana (baroque backstreets)
  • Changing of the Guard (watch the ceremonial changing of the guards at the castle, which includes a ceremony)
  • Petrin Lookout Tower (walk the hill to see this monument)
  • Mind Maze (inspired by legends of alchemist, an escape room)
  • Jelení Príkop (natural ravine)
  • 5-Course Medieval Dining Experience
  • Ghosts of Prague Tour (night tour)
  • NaFilM: National film museum
  • National Memorial to the Heroes of the Heydrich Terror (museum)
  • Gallery of Steel Figures
  • National Technical Museum
  • Speculum Alchemiae Museum
  • Cold War Museum
  • Troja Chateau (castle)
  • Narodni Galerie Praha (modern art museum)
  • Chocotopia: Wax museum of legends
  • Schwarzenberg Palace (Baroque palace)

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