One of the most popular sites in the town of Prague is Old Town, which was the original place of settlement until the city's expansion and the building of The New Town in the 11th century. Remarkable places in Old Town include Astronomical Square and Old Town Square. The Charles Bridge connects two parts of the city. Prague sightseeing in the Mala Strana is one of the historical boughs in the city whose name comes from its location on the left bank of the Vltava River. In the middle Ages, the Mala Strana was the center of the German settlement that housed many palaces. Another great place of Prague sightseeing is the Prague Castle, which is in the Guinness Book of World Records as the largest ancient castle. All the time it served as the offices of the Holy Roman Empire, Czech Kings, and the Czech Republic presidents. The Prague Castle is more than 130 meters high and is nearly 570 meters in length. The Charles Bridge is seen as a very important connection between the Prague Castle, Old Town, and some of the neighboring areas. Its construction was completed in the beginning of the 15th century.
Called originally, the Prague Bridge or Stone Bridge, the Charles Bridge got its current name in 1870. It is about 10 meters wide and 516 meters long, and is decorated by the alley of 30 statuaries and statues and designed in the Baroque style. Owing to the Charles Bridge, Prague maintains its status as an important trade route between West and East Europe. Since 1980, the Lenin Wall has been used to remember the legendary Beatles musician. It is the property of the Knights of the Maltese Cross, who have been allowed to fill the Renaissance Wall with graffiti and lyrics of the Beatles songs.
Regarded as the most famous place of Prague sightseeing, the Prague Astronomical Clock is located on the southern wall of the Old Town City Hall. It is comprised of three parts that includes the astronomical dial, which represents the position of the sun and the moon, the calendar dial with lockets representing the twelve months of the year, and the Walk of the Apostles, featuring the figures of the Apostles and other sculptures.
Wencelas Square is known as one of the many squares in Prague and the center of the cultural and business life in the New Town. Many historical events, demonstrations, and celebrations took place in the 750 meters long square. It was named to honor the Patron Saint of Bohemia, Saint Wenceslas.
The National Museum is a scientific institution aimed at exhibiting, preparing, and establishing historical and scientific collections. Established in 1818, the National Museum currently houses more than 14 million items, covering the areas of natural history the arts, and music.
Prague is filled with mystique and beauty which can be enjoyed for a lifetime. The majority of the Prague sightseeing is designed for three days, allowing to get to see the main sights of the city. The Prague Grand City Sightseeing Tour is considered the best of the Prague sightseeing tours because it assures a great introduction to Prague. If you have more than three days free then, you will have the chance to explore the city in more detail. There are always places to go in this super city.