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Prague castle and Charles bridge – panoramatic picture
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On this website you will find the well-arranged and topically elaborated educational tourist tracks through Prague which you can get FOR FREE as printed guides or download electronically FOR FREE. Everyone will find the suitable tracks including the most popular tourist sights – no matter if you are coming for the first or second time to Prague. And those of you devoted visitors will find more topically oriented tracks, detailed descriptions of the sights, mysterious Prague corners and other specials. So you can simply and quickly prepare a unique Prague trip for your family or friends. You will also find here recommendations of interesting Prague cultural events,  extensive photo galleries which will perfectly introduce the places you want to visit to you, maps of the individual tracks and information on people who used to live in Prague and left here their indelible trace behind or on the fables and legends which add to Prague its unrepeatable mysterious magic. You will not find it anywhere else. Download, have fun and explore Prague on your own!

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Pha1 - Staromestske namestia Tynsky chram028

28. 7. 2016

The Gothic Church of Our Lady before Týn with its 80m high twin towers and Tycho Brahe

ikona_disabled22The Gothic Church of Our Lady before Týn with its 80m high twin towers, of which the southernmost is noticeable thicker than the other, competes with the tower of the Old Town Hall across the square. » More »

Czech king - Jiří z Poděbrad (George of Poděbrad)

26. 7. 2016

List of the crowned kings of Bohemia

It has been a long time since the first royal coronation was held in 1086 and many sovereigns had been sitting on the royal throne. Some of them more and some of them less influenced the history of our country. Now we would like to introduce the crowned heads on the Czech throne to you. » More »

St. Wenceslas Crown

25. 7. 2016

Secret of St. Wenceslas Crown – Czech kings

St. Wenceslas Crown is the most significant part of the Crown Jewels. It ranks among the most remarkable symbols of our Land and it is surrounded by many mysteries. St. Wenceslas Crown is together with the Crown Jewels kept in the Crown Chamber of  St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague Castle. The set also contains a case for the Royal Crown, the Sceptre and the Apple and also St. Wenceslas Sword. Now we will learn more about the Jewels but especially about the Royal Crown. » More »

korunovacni klenoty

24. 7. 2016

Czech Crown Jewels

What do we understand under the term „Crown Jewels“? They are actually objects that used to serve for the ceremonious coronation of the Kings of Bohemia. They are composed of the Crown of St. Wenceslas, Royal Sceptre, Royal Apple, Coronation Cloak. The jewels are completed by caskets and a cushion under the royal crown. The Coronation Jewels were proclaimed the national cultural relic in 1962. Due to this article you will learn a lot of interesting facts about our land treasures, for instance where you can see them. » More »

King Wenceslas II. at  the feast

14. 7. 2016

The coronation feast – the entire part of the coronation – Prague Castle

Just like any other festive acts also the coronation was accompanied by a festive feast. Let´s discover what was actually going on after the new monarch had left the St. Vitus Cathedral. » More »

Cisar a kral ferdinand V

13. 7. 2016

The first and the last Royal Coronation – Prague Castle

The first royal coronation in history was the coronation of Vratislaus II as the King of Bohemia and the last coronation was the coronation of Ferdinand V, noted in the Czech history as Ferdinand I the Good. » More »

Charles IV. (Karel IV.)

11. 7. 2016

Coronation of the most famous Czech King – Charles IV.

The first royal crown which later became the crown of the Roman kings Charles IV. acquired in 1346. It was originally meant to serve for his private purposes only and he let it later remake for the state purposes. In August of 1346, on the day of his father´s John of Luxembourg´s death, he became the king of Bohemia. » More »

Coronation procession - Křížovnické square

10. 7. 2016

Coronation processions – Czech kings

Coronation and procession participants
High-ranking clerical dignitaries, leading provincial aristocrats and noted nobelmen from abroad
were also invited to participate in the coronation. All the guests were present during the festive coronation procession. The organization of the people in the ceremonious procession has at all times been the responsibility of the highest courtyard marshal. The emphasis has always been placed on the status and belonging to a certain social class. For instance, the higher provincial officers or representatives of the towns always had to walk prior to the knights who had to be placed prior to the representatives of the lordly class. » More »

Czech king - Venceslas II.

7. 7. 2016

Who could become monarch – Czech kings

Important question that had to be taken into account during the monarch election was the question of the right of succession to the throne. It was all about the determination of the person that would take up the royal throne after death or resignation of the current monarch. » More »

7. 7. 2016


This is an early baroque building from the mid 17th century built by architect Francesco Caratti. The palace is decorated with statues of the emperors, copies of the originals by Brokoff, and a balustrade with classic statues. Today the Nostitz Palace houses the Dutch embassy. » More »

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