by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
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Courtesy of Estates Theater
This bridge has witnessed more than 650 years of history.
Where Mozart himself conducted his own Don Giovanni.
Franz Kafka’s Grave (New Jewish Cemetery)
Pay your respects to a man who changed the way we think.
Museum Kampa and Kampa Island
An often-overlooked setting in the heart of the city center.
Museum of Communism
Showing the way things really were for those under rule.
Old Town Square
Take in the Disneyland-like architecture.
Old Town Synagogues and Jewish Museum in Prague
A testament to a once-vibrant element of Prague’s culture.
The largest ancient castle in the world.
This pub—and its libations—is beloved by fans of Czech beer.
A relaxed, hilltop setting.
"Prague never lets you go ... this dear little mother has sharp claws." —Franz Kafka
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