Walk in the Footsteps of Bohemian Kings on the Royal Route

Prague Old Town

The Royal Route is the Processional Coronation Route Taken by Czech Kings: Since the coronation of the first Czech king in 1086 and up to the coronation of the last Czech king in 1836, all have travelled the  processional route to their coronation. This processional route has come to be known as the Royal Route […]

Spanish Synagogue – A Home of the Jewish Museum

Spanish Synagogue - Jewish Museum

The Spanish Synagogue is Home of the Jewish Museum, the Most Visited Prague Museum: The Spanish Synagogue (Španelská Synagoga) in Prague sits on a site that was previously the Old Shul, the oldest Jewish temple in Prague (circa 12th century). When the Jews were expelled from Spain during the reign of the Catholic monarchs, one […]

St George’s Basilica – An Important Landmark at Prague Castle

St George's Basilica - Prague Castle, Bazilika Sv. Jiří

St George’s Basilica is One of Prague’s Most Important Romanesque Landmark: One of Prague’s oldest and best preserved religious buildings within the Prague Castle complex is St George’s Basilica, Bazilika Sv. Jiří. Founded by Prince Vratislav I of Bohemia around 920, the Basilica is dedicated to St George and is the city’s most important Romanesque […]

The Municipal House – Prague’s Art Nouveau Treasure

The Municipal House in Prague

The Municipal House – A Prague Art Nouveau Building of Historical Importance : Located in the centre of Prague is the art nouveau Municipal House (Obecni Dûm Praha), one of the city’s national cultural landmarks. Whilst this multifunctional building is a venue for conferences, congresses, concerts, balls and other events, it is also an important […]