Capital of the Czech Republic, Prague is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Eastern Europe. The Charles Bridge and the astronomical clock with its characters who show their noses at the top of the bell tower every hour and real trumpet ringers, the Golden Alley and its miniature houses or the romantic district of Mala Strana, are among Prague's emblematic jewels. The historic centre of the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The mixed architectural influences, Gothic, Baroque, Art Nouveau, make up an exceptional ensemble and one walks from church to church, from the castle to the sumptuous cathedral of Saint Guy, from bridge to bridge along the Voltava river. You should also visit the Jewish quarter and museums, including the fantastic communist one, parks and gardens, including those for children, and discover modern sculptures in public places. In addition, there is a rich cultural life throughout the year with shows on the stage in the old town, prestigious venues and a quality opera programme. Night owls can also go to nightclubs. Finally, it should be noted that in addition to the friendly taverns of traditional Czech cuisine, there are now also great gastronomic restaurants, with Italian influences, equipped with beautiful cellars showcasing local wines, which are really worth a visit.