Prague is one of the most fascinating cities in Europe, with a thousand-year history surrounded by myths and legends and numerous monuments and enchanting places to discover. Fly to Prague and marvel at the fascinating Astronomical Clock, stroll through the mysterious atmosphere of Charles Bridge, explore the romantic Malá Strana district and get to the majestic Castle that dominates the city. Czech Republic Czech Koruna Czech Image Image Image Prague Castle Prague Castle is the majestic building that, given its location, dominates the city. With an area of almost 70 thousand square meters, it is the largest single-body castle in the world and today it is also the residence of the President of the Czech Republic. Although it is called a castle, it is actually a collection of different buildings, churches, palaces and gardens built over a millennium. For this reason, combined with the fact that it has been restructured several times due to the bustling history of the city, the castle has many different styles overlapping. Image Charles Bridge Charles Bridge is the oldest and best-known bridge in Prague and connects the old town to the Malá Strana district. At the ends there are two imposing watchtowers and along the bridge, about 500 meters long, there are numerous statues of heroes, saints and knights linked to the legends of the city. The Charles Bridge is crossed every hour of the day by hundreds of passers-by who, in addition to admiring the view of the city on the Vltava River, stop to listen and observe the many musicians and street artists who populate the bridge. Image Astronomical clock In Prague you find what many call the most beautiful astronomical clock in the world. Located in the Town Hall tower in the center of the Old Town, the clock was built in 1400 and, six hundred years later, is still fully functional. This incredible structure is formed by three different elements: in the upper part there are two small windows from which each one overlooks the statues of the 12 apostles to bow to the crowd, while the two lower quadrants show the time, the date and position of the sun and moon.