Some cities are just magical. After a recent discussion on our podcast about the spectacular City of Prague, I thought I should probably share some insight from my last trip there.

It’s been many year’s since I was last in Prague, so I admit to having to do a little extra investigating to update my picks, and now it just makes me want to return! As the capital city of the Czech Republic, Prague is bisected by the Vltava River, nicknamed “the City of a Hundred Spires”, known for its Old Town Square, Gothic churches, medieval Astronomical Clock, and pedestrian Charles Bridge. It feels like walking through a Fairytale land in some places, with reminders of history everywhere you go. It’s little wonder this City has become such a major tourist destination over the past decade.

*For some historical context visit here


• Malá Strana, the German district of Prague
• The Dancing House, an architectural wonder designed by Frank Gehry in 1996
• The Astronomical Clock, a medieval, working clock located in the Old Town Square
▪ Sedlec Ossuary, a Roman Catholic chapel decorated with human bones
• The Petrin Watchtower, also known as Prague’s “little Eiffel Tower.”


Aria Hotel, Buddha-Bar Hotel, Four Seasons, Hilton Old Town, Hotel Josef, Hotel Savoy Prague, Hotel Yasmin, Mandarin Oriental, The Augustine


Café Slavia, Céleste, Divinis, Kolkovna, V Zatisi

Author: Carrie Mitchell

Carrie Mitchell is the founder and content director of L’Aventure Travel. She has traveled to over 40 countries, is the host of the Suitcase Sojourn Podcast, and author of the children’s travel book “To Be We: The Adventures of Owen and Lucy”. A writer, producer, entrepreneur, and communications strategist, Carrie is always seeking to learn from people and places around the world.