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The ‘city of a hundred spires’ is considered, along with Paris, Rome and Venice, one of Europe’s marvels. Managing to avoid severe destruction in both World Wars, it has preserved a unique wealth of architectural styles. Lovers of classical music should not hesitate to take one of our cheap flights to Prague, as this city revels in its long-lived musical heritage.
Throughout the year, classical music concerts are held in churches, theatres and gardens. The city’s most acclaimed festival is the Prague Spring Festival, held every month of May across the city, in theatres such as the Národní Divadlo. The Town Hall Square, in the Old Town (‘Staré Město’), is the heart of Prague life and home to emblematic buildings, such as the Church of Our Lady of Tyn and the Town Hall, which famously houses the world’s oldest astronomical clock, dating back to 1410. Attracting crowds of tourists every day, the moving figures represent the twelve apostles and appear when the clock strikes at every hour.
Prague boasts an array of museums, including the National Museum, the Jewish Museum and the museum dedicated to Franz Kafka, who was born here in 1883. By crossing the Moldova River along Charles Bridge (the city’s oldest and most famous bridge), you will arrive at Prague Castle. Built in the 9th Century, it is considered to be the world’s largest Medieval fortress, and is home to the Gothic Saint Vitus Cathedral and the Golden Lane, where the author of ‘The Metamorphosis’ lived for several years. The area next to the fortress is the neighbourhood of Malá Strana, filled with palaces, churches and squares that flourished in the care of the empire’s nobility.