Tourism in the city of Prague
Prague has a strong tourism sector, as it is considered one of the fastest growing and developed tourism destinations in the world, where millions of visitors and tourists come from all over the world every year, bearing in mind that it ranked fifth among the most visited European cities in In the year 2020 AD, when 8.55 million international tourists visited it, thanks to the presence of many historical monuments, cultural centers, museums, art galleries, and many other centers of tourist attraction.
The most important tourist attractions in Prague
The Czech city of Prague includes many attractions and attractions, and the following are mentioned among the most important:
Charles Bridge is an ancient archaeological bridge dating back to the fourteenth century AD, with a length of 621 meters, and is characterized by its wonderful architectural design, and the presence of thirty stone statues designed in the Baroque style, where these statues often symbolize the saints.
Petrin Lookout Tower
Petřín Lookout Tower is a tall steel tower with a height of 63 m. It closely resembles the famous Eiffel Tower, and at its top is a platform that gives visitors a wonderful view of the city from above.
Powder Tower is an ancient historical archaeological tower built for the first time during the fifteenth century A.D. A platform that gives visitors a wonderful view of the city from above.
The Cathedral of St. Vitus
St. Vitus Cathedral is considered one of the richest churches in Central Europe, as it continued to be built during a period of nearly 600 years, and it includes many mosaic paintings, many tombs of the ancient saints, and the decorated Saint Wenceslas Church.
Prague Castle is one of the most important historical monuments in the city of Prague, as well as being the largest ancient castle in the world, based on the Guinness classification. As if it is a fairy tale castle, and it includes within its walls many museums and galleries that contain the most important artistic and cultural works in the Czech Republic.