Fly to picture-postcard Prague

Prague - a magical city

Whether you enjoy medieval charm, wandering along streets among buildings dating back a thousand years, or prefer a modern, vibrant city with plenty of music, food, art and entertainment, Prague is the ultimate destination. A true way to discover Europe, Prague provides the authentic and the historical, as well as a taste of modern life.
You can fly to the capital city of the Czech Republic with Air France from several airports in the US; look forward to a breathtaking stay. For flight reservations, visit our online booking section .

Prague - Majestic buildings and sights

Upon your arrival in the capital, you will note that Prague does not hide its wonder! The splendor and majesty of Prague Castle, an immense structure dating back to the 9th century, former home of the Kings, today, home of the President of the Czech Republic, will impress you by its mere size, vast courtyards, chapels…history lovers will revel in finding every architectural style built into its fabric, a work of art over time. Here you can also visit the St Vitus Cathedral and its historic watchtower, relish the fine Gothic style of Central Europe, and stroll in the Royal Gardens on a fine day. An entrance fee is charged and audio guides are available to help you make the most of your visit to the largest ancient castle still standing.
The old and beautiful strikes you again as you walk along to the Charles Bridge, named after King Charles IV in the mid-fourteenth century. The bridge links two districts across the great Vltava River, the Old Town and Lesser Town, and stretches over 500m long, decorated with statues of saints. If you love Gothic architecture, do not miss the entrance gate to the bridge on the Old Town bank, considered a masterpiece of construction.
For more stunning buildings, go see the Old Town Hall and its clock face adorned with the 12 apostles, churches, Josefov, the historic Jewish sector of the city…However, if you are visiting with your children, you may, be tempted by the festivals, exhibitions, guided tours, opera, museum of toys, or the Ghost museum
The food is known for being delicious and filling. If you are unfamiliar with Czech cuisine, restaurants serve goulash and tasty fruit dumplings for dessert. Of course, you will find a choice of world and traditional Czech restaurants to match your taste and mood; expect crowded places, for eating out is popular in this great Central European city.
With a map of Prague in hand you're off to explore: tourists will enjoy the ease of getting around in the big, modern city - tramways, subway, buses, taxis and the traditional funiculars to Petrin Hill!

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