3 Places to Visit in Prague

Packed with history and charm, Prague is a political, cultural and economic hub for central Europe. With ancient squares, cobblestone streets and breathtaking architecture, Prague’s time as the former capital of the Holy Roman Empire is apparent throughout the city. Here are just a few of the opportunities for learning moments in this authentic city.

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1. Golden Lane
Return to when alchemists worked to create gold from nothing at the appropriately named Golden Lane. Make sure to stop by House No. 22 where famous existential Czech author Franz Kafka came to write in peace.

2. Old Town Square
The Old Town Square offers the chance to see beautiful classic Czech architecture and style. Soak in the rich history of the square, that has been a marketplace, a public forum, and even a spot for executions. And don’t forget to visit the Orloj, the oldest functioning astronomical clock in the world.

3. Historical Breweries
Top off your day with a visit to one of Prague’s historical breweries. Beer has always held an important place in Europe’s history and culture, from a source of drinkable water to bonding with friends and family. Get a firsthand taste of this timeless craft tradition.

Above are just a few examples how we’ve helped facilitate educational discoveries. Bring your classroom to Prague or help us create a custom itinerary based on your curriculum. Browse program itineraries here.