Coordinates 426

Uploaded June 2, 2015

Recorded June 2015

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618 f
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near Prague, Praha (Czech Republic)

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A walk through the city of Prague in which we will visit its main neighborhoods, from Staré Město (The Old City) to Josefov (The Jewish Quarter), crossing the Charles IV Bridge we arrive at Malá Strana (The Small City), from there we will go up to Hradčany to know the area of ​​the Castle and El Loreto, then we will go up to the Petrin Tower and finally Nové Město (The New City).
  • Photo of Plaza de la Ciudad Vieja
Old Town Square (Staromestske Namesti), for some the most beautiful square in Europe.
  • Photo of Reloj Astronómico de Praga
Un reloj astronómico medieval
  • Photo of Iglesia de Týn
The Church of Our Lady in front of the Týn was the most important church in the Old Quarter in Prague, Czech Republic. The church was built in 1256 on the old Romanesque church.
  • Photo of La Torre de la Pólvora
The Gunpowder Tower or Gate of the Gunpowder is a Gothic tower located in Prague, Czech Republic. It is one of the original city gates. It dates from the 15th century and leads to the Old City. It is one of the most famous monuments of Prague
  • Photo of Rudolfinum
The Rudolfinum is a neo-Renaissance building located in the Jan Palach Square in Prague. Inside there is a large concert hall and an exhibition hall
  • Photo of Teatro Nacional de Praga
The National Theater of Prague is known as the alma mater of Czech opera and as the national monument of Czech history and art.
  • Photo of Casa Danzante
The design, not very traditional, was controversial at the time because the house stands out among the Baroque, Gothic and Art Nouveau buildings of the central Prague 2 district and that, according to a sector of the population, did not agree with these architectural styles.
  • Photo of Puente Carlos
The Charles Bridge is the oldest bridge in Prague, and crosses the Vltava River from the Old City to the Lesser Town. It is the second oldest existing bridge in the Czech Republic.
  • Photo of Museo de Franz Kafka
The famous writer Franz Kafka as you know him and how not - novels, photographs, correspondence and Prague as an eternal source of inspiration.
  • Photo of Museo Kampa
One of the most picturesque buildings on the island of Kampa, the Sova water mill, several times rebuilt since its first construction in the Middle Ages, houses the foundation of the city's most dynamic modern and contemporary art.
  • Photo of Memorial Victimas del comunismo
The Monument to the Victims of Communism is a series of statues in Prague, Czech Republic that commemorates the victims of the communist era between 1948 to 1989.
  • Photo of Torre Petrin
The Petřínská rozhledna is a reticulated structure 60 meters high located in Prague, with a very important resemblance to the Eiffel Tower, despite being much lower than the latter.
  • Photo of Iglesia de San Nicolás
Masterpiece of the Dientzenhofer architects father and son, it is one of the most beautiful Baroque churches in central Europe and without a doubt the highest expression of the radical Baroque in Bohemia. Its monumental dome, its bell tower and its undulating facade stand out on the roofs of Malá Strana.
  • Photo of El Loreto
The Loreto is one of the most important pilgrimage centers in Prague. The origins of Loreto date from 1626, although it was in later decades when the building acquired its current appearance. Inside is a replica of the House of the Virgin Mary.
  • Photo of Castillo de Praga
The castle is without doubt the most important historical monument in the Czech Republic. Seat of political and religious power since the ninth century, it is composed of a large set of palaces, churches, courtyards and gardens that dominate the city of Prague.
  • Photo of Catedral de Praga
St. Vitus Cathedral is a temple dedicated to the Catholic cult located in the city of Prague. You can climb your 99 meter tower by a spiral staircase. From above you have an unbeatable view of the «Golden City» of «The Hundred Towers».
  • Photo of Antiguo Palacio Real
The Old Royal Palace in Prague is the historical seat of the Bohemian rulers since the 12th century before the power was moved to the castle, the current headquarters of the offices of the President of the Republic. This is an exceptional historical space in which the Vladislav hall, the largest secular hall in medieval Europe, stands out.
  • Photo of Basílica de San Jorge
St. George's Basilica in Prague is the oldest surviving church within the perimeter of Prague Castle, in Prague, the Czech Republic. The basilica was founded by Vratislaus I, Duke of Bohemia in 920, and is dedicated to Saint George.
  • Photo of El Callejón del oro
The Alley of the gold is a famous street of Prague located next to the Castle of Prague in the district of Hradcany.
  • Photo of Plaza de Wenceslao
Wenceslas Square is a boulevard in the center of Prague, Czech Republic. It is located in the New Town and is the cultural and commercial center of the neighborhood and one of the most important in the city.
  • Photo of Casa Municipal
The Municipal House houses two restaurants, a café, an American bar, exhibition halls, several reception rooms ... and one of the most beautiful concert halls in the city: the Sala Smetana.
  • Photo of Antiguo Cementerio Judío
One of the most famous images of the Jewish quarter is the one of the tombs entangled and invaded by the vegetation.
  • Photo of Clementinum
Former Jesuit college, symbol of the Catholic reconquest, the Clementinum of Prague is a large Baroque ensemble located in the heart of the Old City. Around its 4 towers we will find: the national library, two churches and three chapels, exhibition and concert halls, an astronomical tower.
  • Photo of Sinagoga Española
Perhaps the most beautiful of all Jewish synagogues in Prague, the Spanish Synagogue combines different styles and architectural traditions. Follow the beliefs and traditions of the Moors and Jews exiled from Spain in 1942, so it also bears mixed Jewish Catholic characteristics.
  • Photo of Palacio de Wallenstein
The interiors of the palace are Italian style, and many of its walls are decorated with frescoes. The Hall of the Knights is one of the most impressive. The gardens, of geometric design, include a pond with an artificial island in the center, numerous fountains and statues, and an artificial cave with stalactites.


  • Photo of Borja_DLL

    Borja_DLL Dec 9, 2017

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    Buenísimo recorrido para conocer Praga. Mis felicitaciones al autor

  • Photo of xerober

    xerober Apr 8, 2018

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    No en un día, pero siguiendo este recorrido hemos disfrutado un montón en solitario.
    Muchas gracias por esta información tan importante

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