- It is hard not to fall under the spell of Prague’s medieval charms with its famous town square, “1000 spires,” remarkable astrological clock, and vast castle.
- Incidentally, the Czech countryside is filled with fairytale castles.
- Kafka fans will love wandering Prague’s German Jewish quarter where he was born and raised.
Things To See & Do
- Visit Prague’s Toy Museum and National Marionette Theater.
- Visit the city of Český Krumlov. With its moat and castle dating back to 1240, it gives Prague a run for its money.
- Head down to the bustling and beautiful Bratislava in neighboring Slovakia.
- Students of modernism will make the pilgrimage to Brno to see Mies van der Rohe’s Villa Tugendhat. Built in the late ’20s, it is considered the prototype for modern interior design.