Prague : Landmark Attractions 

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The Charles Bridge of Prague

Charles Bridge

Spanning the Vltava river, construction of this historic bridge began in 1357 under King Charles IV as a vital means of connection between the castle and the Old Town. The bridge is rich in legend, including the grisly fate of St. John of Nepomuk, whose statue can be seen today and is thought to bring those who touch it good luck. Visit at dawn for a truly atmospheric experience.

Prague Castle

A must-see on any first visit to Prague, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is the largest coherent castle complex in the world according to the Guinness Book of World Records. The historical seat of power for Czech rulers, kings of Bohemia and Holy Roman emperors, uncover a history rich with intrigue, The Stag Moat – a natural ravine surrounding the castle – has recently reopened to the public and is well worth a visit.

St. Vitus Cathedral

This architectural marvel was constructed over the course of 600 years and is considered one of the most spectacular cathedrals in Central Europe. Marvel at stained glass created by Art Nouveau icon Alfons Mucha and discover treasures such as the tomb of St Wenceslas (from Christmas carol fame) and the 14th century mosaic of the Last Judgement.

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