The City of a Hundred Spires, as Prague is known, is a great refuge for lovers. Hidden streets with cosy cafés, many gardens and parks, great restaurants, dozens of galleries and museums and also music clubs with live jazz, classical music concerts, theatres and trips on the Vltava… these are just some of the attractions which you can find here all year round.
It doesn’t matter when you visit Prague. It is beautiful during spring when everything is in bloom, and you can take the funicular railway to Petřín Hill and admire the whole city from the local Eiffel-like look-out tower. Chilly autumn days are also compelling, with lamps shining into the fog, and you may not be sure whether you have stepped into a completely different century or not.
And it is in autumn when all the ancient and newer legends with which Prague is interwoven feel all the more palpable. Maybe in one of its back streets, you will meet the clay Golem, a headless knight or the shadow of Franz Kafka. Come and visit the city interwoven with legends that still live.