Prague offers a rare window into some of Europe's most dramatic moments, writes Sue Bennett.
Prague does a fabulous job of acting as an introductory course to architecture.
With round-the-clock breakfast, fusion hotel is playful, funky and doesn't take itself too seriously.
Yes, the Czech capital is classic and atmospheric, but it has its share of modern twists too, writes David Whitley.
Tonya Ward starts with a sunrise spin around Old Town Square and finishes with absinthe in an underground jazz bar.
At Prague's award-winning Aria hotel, you can go to bed with Elvis or Mozart, writes Christina Pfeiffer.
A Czech sculptor pokes at Prague’s political hypocrisies, writes Elspeth Callender.
Warm summers and chilly winters, this alpha city is boasts of museums, theatres, galleries and historical exhibits. Architectural marvel lingers from Prague Castle and Golden Lane, to the vivid Kafka Museum. Stroll through Mala Strana for handsome former palaces, pretty churches and cobbled streets filled with bars and restaurants hidden in medieval cellars. Don't miss the graffiti wall devoted to the memory of John Lennon.