First on the list of things to do when travelling to Prague ought to be a trip on the Vltava River. Dividing the city in two, it allows visitors an understanding of local geography, with the Castle District and the Lesser Town on one side, and the New Town and the Old Town on the other. In addition, it doesn’t get much more romantic than cruising down the river surrounded by soaring Gothic spires, Cubist architecture, and beautiful gardens. You can either hire your own boat or climb aboard a guided cruise-ship and enjoy a leisurely dinner.
No trip to Prague is complete without a visit to Prague Castle, the largest ancient castle in the world. Take a stroll through history as you wander around its courtyards, museums and garden and see the seat of Czech kings, emperors and presidents for thousands of years. Sitting atop a hill, Prague Castle is a symbol of the Czech Republic and is one of its stand-out attractions that make the city one of the most beautiful in the world.