1. Charles Bridge
2. St. Vitus Cathedral
3. Wenceslas Square
A visit to Wenceslas Square is a must if you are a fan of museums. The best time of the year would be to visit during Christmas when the whole place is lit up. Just like ones above, the birth of Wenceslas Square dates back to the 14th century. The absolutely impressive architecture here was built during the reign of King Charles IV.
4. Prague Castle
There nothing like a beautiful castle to remind us that fairytales exist so do the happily ever after. Currently, home to Czech President, once upon a time the Prague Castle sheltered the Bohemian Royalty. While you are here, take a stroll in the garden which was built way back in 1534. Apart from this, the castle walls also houses St. Vitus Cathedral, the Golden Lane, the Powder Tower among others.