Prague Old Town Square (Staromestske Namesti)

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The Old Town Square (or Staroměstské náměstí) is quintessential Prague, and the star of most of the photos you would have seen of the city. Coming out onto the huge square after ...  続きを読む


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プラハのシンボルであるプラハ城は、中世の芸術と称えられる美しい城です。1つの城ではなく、聖堂、王宮、博物館や庭園などのさまざまな建物から構成されている世界で最大の城でとして有名です。その中でもプラハ城に聳え建つ聖ヴィート大聖堂は、ヨーロッパ随一の美しさを誇る壮麗なゴシック様式の大聖堂です。  ...  続きを読む

Cesky Krumlov

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One of the first sites in the Czech Republic to be listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, the medieval town of Cesky Krumlov makes a popular day trip from Prague, located around 3 hours south of ...  続きを読む

Old-New Synagogue (Staronova Synagoga)

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The Jewish ghetto in Prague grew up in Josefov around the Old-New Synagogue, which was in use as early as 1270. It has the distinction of being oldest functioning synagogue in Europe – for over 700 ...  続きを読む

Paris Street

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Originally called St. Nicholas Street, but renamed in 1926 to pay tribute to France for helping free the Czechs from Austria-Hungary during World War II, Paris Street is one of Prague’s most ...  続きを読む

New Jewish Cemetery

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Eastern European Ashkenazi Jews first came to Prague in the 10th century and over the years they became a thriving part of the city’s cultural and financial community. Their first cemetery was ...  続きを読む

Dancing House (Tancici dum)


Prague was largely spared from the bombing that scarred other central European cities during World War II, but was attacked in error by the US Air Force on Feb. 14, 1945; many historic buildings ...  続きを読む

Franz Kafka’s Birthplace


Franz Kakfka was born in Prague in 1883 in a home on the corner of Maiselova and Kaprova, next to the St. Nicholas Church. The original building was torn down years ago, although the door was ...  続きを読む



Cutting a swathe through the Baroque beauty of Prague’s historic heart, Nerudova runs uphill through Malá Strana (Lesser Town), forming a link between Charles Bridge and Prague Castle on the ...  続きを読む

New Town Hall


Prague's New Town Hall isn't as new as its name might suggest. It dates back to 1377 after Charles IV founded the New Town, and it served as the seat of municipal government until 1784. At that ...  続きを読む

Pinkas Synagogue and Cemetery


There are dozens of places to honor fallen Jews in the city of Prague, but few are as iconic—or as striking—as the Pinkas Synagogue and nearby cemetery. Travelers who enter into the dark doors of ...  続きを読む

Prague Zoo


The Prague Zoo is one of the best zoos in the world and aims to educate the public about wildlife while protecting the animals that live there. Many of the exhibits allow visitors to get up close ...  続きを読む

St Agnes Convent


The St. Agnes Convent is a complex of 13th-century buildings and churches tucked away in a corner of Prague’s Old Town. Consisting primarily of the convent of the Poor Clares and the monastery of ...  続きを読む