The City of Prague is crowned with many complimentary names. One of the most frequently used names is ‘The City of a Hundred Spires’ on the Vltava River. Indeed, if we look around from one of the look-out spots we can literally see a forest of towers and spires.
Prague offers architectural gems, thanks to which you can enjoy the holiday.
Karlštejn Castle was founded in 1348 and has an irreplaceable position among Czech castles. It was built by King Charles IV of Czechoslovakia as a place to store royal treasures, especially the collections of holy relics and imperial coronation jewels.
Konopiste is one of the most significant cultural sights in the whole Czech Republic. The value lies in the building itself as it contains major aspects of mighty medieval fortress with distinct architectonic type which was only rarely found within the land of Czech Republic.