The impregnable castle of Bohemia, one of the oldest and most valuable medieval monuments in the Czech Republic, belonged to the Czech kings and was the administrative center of the Loket region.
The Temple of the Virgin Mary the Victorious in Prague is a famous pilgrimage site for Christians from all over the world who come to worship the Prague baby Jesus.
St. Vitus Cathedral is considered one of the most beautiful in Europe and the largest in the Czech Republic. Its full name is the Cathedral of St. Vitus, Wenceslas and St. Adalbert.
The Rudolfinum is one of the most graceful neo-Renaissance buildings in Prague. The elegance of the palace-gallery and the main concert hall of the Czech Philharmonic on Wenceslas Square simply cannot go unnoticed.
Prague Castle is the largest royal residence and the largest castle in the world, where the history of the country for the last millennium was celebrated.
Cerveny Uyezd Castle is a private complex built in the style of a knight’s fortress as a museum of the 18th century Czech village, where more than 4,000 unique exhibits are collected, as well as a knight’s hall and a tavern.
Not far from Prague, in the picturesque valley of the national reserve, there is a hunting castle of the Bohemian kings of the Middle Ages.
The most romantic and most visited castle in the Czech Republic rises above the cape of the Vltava River in South Bohemia, near Ceske Budejovice.