Prague - city of poets and scholars, of musicians and connoisseurs - from Mozart to Dvorak and from Werfel to Kafka.
They all have influenced the "Golden City" or the "City of one hundred towers" in their respective way. Prague's history dates back over 1,000 years and, unlike other European cities, the always preserved ancient cityscape of this metropolis conveys a sense of life, that one usually keeps searching for in other European cities - always accompanied by a little bit of melancholy.
The breathtaking view of the glistening water of the river Vltava with the famous Charles Bridge and the Hradčany Castle high above the city, speak for themselves.
The centre of Prague is characterized by a wide range of buildings of all architectural styles - Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, Renaissance, Art Nouveau, Classicist and modern buildings. This exactly makes Prague a Mecca for painters and photographers.
Winding medieval alleys like the Golden Lane invite you to take a fascinating stroll through centuries and a boat ride on the river Vltava makes your stay in Prague unforgettable.