Visit Prague and its beautiful city centre by train

Prague is the capital city of the Czech Republic, with historical architecture and many other tourist attractions that never fail to impress.

Imposing Charles Bridge and Prague Castle

Since the fall of the Iron Curtain, Prague has become a very popular tourist destination in the Czech Republic. And it's no wonder why: this historic city is an architectural treasure trove, with buildings dating from the Middle Ages to the present time. One of its most famous sights is the 14th-century Charles Bridge, which crosses the Vltava River. Thirty statues adorn the balustrades of this impressive Gothic bridge. The 9th-century Prague Castle is the largest ancient castle in the world according to the Guinness Book of Records and includes various churches, palaces, gardens and even museums. It is also the official residence of the president of the Czech Republic.

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Animals, architecture and alcohol await!

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In addition to historical buildings, Prague has much more on offer. Children will love Prague Zoo, which is listed by TripAdvisor as the fourth-best zoo in the world. The eccentric Dancing House - also called Fred and Ginger - resembles a pair of dancers and forms a remarkable contrast with its surrounding Baroque and Gothic architecture. And then there is the Czech Beer Festival, held every year in May, where visitors can taste more than 70 brands of Czech beer. What are you waiting for? Public transport in Prague is excellent, so it is easy to get around, and rail services link Prague to all parts of the Czech Republic and abroad.

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