The city is full of history and gothic spires. This view from the Charles Bridge has the St. Nicholas Church, Prague Castle, Old Bridge Tower, and St. Vitius Cathedral.
Installed in 1410, this is now the oldest operating astronomical clock in the world. Every hour there is a short 'show'.
Completed in 1270, this is now Europe's oldest active synagogue. It is said that there is a golem in the attic.
Crossing the Vltava River, this 621 meter bridge is lined with 30 statues and statuaries.
In front of the Kafka Museum, this David Cerny statue has two mechanical bronze men urinating on a map of the Czech Republic.
The library was completed in 1679 and houses a large collection of books and artifacts with beautiful Baroque ceilings.
Another David Cerny statue, which is supposed to be Sigmund Freud dangling high above the street.
Also known as Fred and Ginger, this building was designed by Frank Gehry and Vlado Milunic.