Tourism in Prague
Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic, and it is one of the best tourist destinations in Europe, as it includes many museums, galleries, parks, parks, and the most important tourist attractions in the city include:
The Charles Bridge, which was built in the year 1357AD, is one of the most important ancient bridges in the continent of Europe, where the length of this bridge is five hundred and twenty meters, and it includes many ancient statues, such as: John Nepomuk statue which is considered the most venerable saints in the state, and the statue of the Holy Roman Emperor Fourth, the bridge also boasts magnificent Gothic gates and stunning views of the Vltava River.
The Dancing House
The dancer house designed by Frank Gehry was built between 1992 and 1996 AD and is one of the most prominent modern architectural buildings in Prague, where it is characterized by curves that resemble two dancing people.
Prague Castle is one of the most important tourist attractions in Prague, and it includes the Saint Vitus Cathedral, which is considered one of the most interesting and beautiful buildings within the castle complex.
The clock tower on the south wall of the old city hall, in the Old Town Square, is believed to have been built in the year 1410 AD, where it houses the oldest, and most famous, clock, knowing that the clock tower was decorated with various sculptures.
The Shomava Forest and the Bavarian Forest are among the largest forests in Central Europe; this is why they are sometimes called the “Green Roof of Europe”. They also include the Trojminsky Mountains, the highlands, and the sedimentary Plains of Vltava, and there are many plant and animal species in the garden, knowing that more What distinguishes this forest is that it contains some types of living creatures that date back to after the Ice Age, and which are still alive today.