Few European capitals are as trendy and coveted by travelers as Prague.
The largest city in the Czech Republic is sought after for its warmth, its gorgeous architecture and just lots and lots of fun things to do. History is found everywhere you look alongside fantastic restaurants, gastropubs, music venues, museums, shopping areas and a seemingly endless parade of street performers and trinket vendors.
The capital of the Czech Republic is about 1.3 million strong in population with the greater metro area ballooning to twice the size. Whether you’re crossing the Charles Bridge, climbing up to the Prague Castle or just checking out ancient town squares, you can almost forget the art collections and orchestra halls. It’s hard to say that there’s any corner of this exceedingly charming town which doesn’t deserve exploration, but here are a few neighborhoods to check out for sure: Old Town, Malá Strana, Nové Město, Žižkov, Staré Město, Holešovice, New Town, Karlín, Vyšehrad, Josefov and Vinohrady.