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Located at the curves of the Vltava, this hundred-towered capital city has caused the heart of many a poet, painter or photographer to beat a little faster. A city that can tell thousands of stories with its unavoidable beauty and magic that anyone walking through the city just cannot miss. For the patients’ companions we can offer a full wellness program during their residence at the clinic.

The cities’ coat of arms carries the inscription “Praga caput regni”, and this is certainly correct. Since its foundation, Prague has played an important role not only in the history of the Czech nation, but also in that of Europe.

Prague’s reputation of being one of the most beautiful cities in the world dates back to the middle ages. She has been described in many ways: as “golden”, “hundred-towered”, “the crown of the world” or the “dream city of stone”. The various cultures that have met here for centuries have made Prague one of the most valuably unique architectural landscapes in the world. Prague’s castle – the true symbol of Prague- towers high over the city centre.

Sonnenaufgang in der Goldenen Stadt Blick auf Hradschin Blick auf Hradschin bei Nacht

Important figures have brought homage there for centuries. W. A. Mozart, L. van Beethoven, G. Apollinaire, P. I. Tschaikowski, F. N. Dostojewski, A. Rodin, O. Kokoschka as well as the British Queen Elisabeth II, and the Pope Johannes Paul II among others, have claimed to have been enchanted by the beauty and wonderful architecture of Prague. And their birthplace Prague is reflected in the works of poets and authors, such as Schaffen Jan Neruda, Jaroslav Hasek, Jaroslav Seifert, Franz Kafka, Max Brod or Egon Erwin Kisch.

Prague displays a unique complex of memorials. High above the historical city centre aspires the Prague’s castle looming over, the perfect example of all artistic styles and directions. The historical city centre stretches along the banks of the Vltava and consists of 6 areas, each a separate city joining together in the 18th century. They are the old city, the Josef town (preserved remains of the former Jewish town – now a part of the old city), the new town, the small side, Hradschin (the castle quarter) and Vysehrad. The majority of memorials, sights, museums and galleries are concentrated there.

Prager Altstadt Kirchturm in Prag U-Bahn-Zugang in Prag

The most beautiful views over the city:

Try gazing from: Smetanovo nabrezi - Novotneho lavka (Smetana-Kai - Novotny-Steg), from the Tower of the Town hall in the old city, from the Pulverturm, from the Old City’s Bridge Tower, from the Kleinseitner Bridge Tower, from Tower of the St.-Veit-Wenzel-and-Adalbert-Cathedral, from the viewing ramp of Prague’s Castle on the square in front (Hradcanske namesti), from the Viewing Tower on the Petrin-Hill, in the park from the Letna am Hanavsky-Pavillion, from Bell Tower of the Kleinseitner St.-Nikolaus-Church, from the Television Tower in Zizkov, from Vysehrad.

Museum Tip:

Important personalities from history and the present can be found in Prague’s Waxwork museum beneath Wenzel square. Above all, the Prague Castle, the Vysehrad, the Charles Bridge, the Old City Ring, the Bethlehem Chapel, the National Theatre and the National Gallery count among the national culture heritage monuments. The National Gallery developed from one of the first public accessible galleries, the Prague Gallery that opened in 1796, and is after the Louvre in Paris the second oldest in Europe.

The Museum of Czech Cubism follows the Czech cubism from its start over the years of its development that ended with the discovery of the new poetic in the second half of the nineties.


Brücken in Prag

Travel advice

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