With so much history, character and culture, it'd be a crime not to check out the many sights this city of stories has waiting for you.
Dům u Černé Matky Boží
If you love your art - especially 20th century stuff then The House of the Black Madonna is where you can lose yourself for a while. It is home to the Czech Cubist Museum and also hosts fascinating short-term exhibitions.
Klášter sv. Anežky České
The St Agnes Convent is one of the most important Gothic buildings in Prague. It includes the Oratory of St Agnes, the Shrine of the Saviour and the Church of St Francis, where the remains of King Wenceslas I are buried. Whether you're into history or not it's well worth a visit.
No trip to Prague can be complete without a visit to the Kampa. The place packs an overview of modern European art in a waterfront location and with magical views of the Vltava River, Prague Castle and Charles Bridge - you will definitely be glad you went.
The museum of Communism focuses on the totalitarian regime in former Czechoslovakia from 1948 to 1989. It presents a vivid account of Communist Prague, including daily life, politics, propaganda, sport, economic life, education and the state. Check out the spooky, eerie interrogation room. To add some irony, the museum is above a McDonald's and shares a floor in the building with a casino, so you can even enjoy a burger and a flutter afterwards!