Prague is one of the most famous cities of the modern world. It is a miracle that it has been developed so quickly and become one of the most popular Europe's tourist destinations. During the last 60 years it has been changing steadily, and if nowadays go to Prague you will witness a significant metamorphosis having found yourself in one of the most romantic places in the whole world.
The luck of the city is that it hadn't been destroyed during the World War II. So, you may delight its absolutely incredible architecture (most buildings were erected in the 14th century). As an excellent tourist destination, the city offers different types of vacations, city breaks in Prague being considered the most popular today. With this type of holidays you get a possibility to see a part of the main sights of the city, and as you want to finish your discovering you will obviously decide to come here again, as Prague is worth visiting more than once.
Ask anybody what to see during city breaks in Prague, and you will, no doubt, be advised the Castle, first of all. Constructed in the 9th century, it is now the symbol of the capital and one of the most famous attractions in Europe. Besides, it is the largest ancient castle in the world. If you plan to visit it do not waste time: the more spare hours you have, the more you will be able to see. The complex is absolutely amazing! Gardens, churches, galleries, museums and a lot of other places to visit are waiting for you just behind the front gate.
The castle itself is distinguished by its architecture, which doesn't belong to any style because of numerous rulers, who added different parts hereto. The castle has three courtyards, and it has always been the residence of the Czech rulers. If you are going to the romantic city breaks to Prague you are heartily advised to visit Royal Garden in the Castle. It has a fascinating bronze Singing Fountain and a wonderful Tulip Garden, which create a peaceful and sensible atmosphere. If you are traveling with children they will be totally excited with the Toy Museum, the second largest in the world.
One more place of interest you are to see during your city breaks in Prague is a famous Charles Bridge built in the 14th century. It offers admiring views upon the city, the Castle and the river and is well-known with its entertainment facilities, from street performers to students playing guitars. It makes the greatest impression at night: when covered with moonlight, it seems like a road to mystery. And, of course, you cannot leave the city having not visited a beautiful Old Town Square with its world-famous Astronomical Clock.
As for the city life, you will have much pleasure while living close to the locals. Both aimed at business and leisure, family or single rest, city breaks in Prague can suit anyone. If you want some fun and noise you may spend the whole night dancing in one of the numerous jazz night clubs. If you prefer quiet rest go to one of the theatres the capital of the Czech Republic famous with. In general, the cultural heritage of the city is really enormous: a lot of talented composers worked in Prague, the famous Kafka and Dvorak originated from this city, jazz is one of the mostly developed musical styles here.
And when come to Prague, you begin to understand why it has possessed the name of the City of Music and Architecture: tens of concert halls and places where you may listen to a good music and hundreds of real masterpieces of architecture full of majestic calmness and realization of own beauty and grace will never leave you indifferent. It is impossible to describe, but it is possible to see. Lose yourself in Prague, the city of ancient castles and cobbled streets, beautiful music and charming bridges, cosy cafes and noisy nightlife.