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About Prague

Prague the capital of the Czech Republic is the cultural, political and economic centre of the state. The President, Government and Parliament are located here. It is a significant European cultural centre with a number of theatres, museums, galleries and exhibition halls. Being the historically most imposing Czech town Prague is also an exciting vibrant city. It is a European centre for Jazz and alternative Rock, as much as it is known for classical music. On display in Prague galleries are works of arts from all parts of Europe.

Prague contains a number of significant architectural buildings dating from all periods. It is also one of nine cities which were awarded the title of "European Metropolis of Culture" in 2000. In 1085 Prague became the residence of the first Bohemian King, Vratislav I.

Prague Airport Guide

The Airport is 20 km from the city centre and reached by following signs directed to Kladno or Slan. Car parking includes short and long-term parking in front of the North Terminal short-term parking is available in the multi-storey car park C. Information desks are in Arrivals and Departures in the North Terminal. Bureaux de change and ATMs are in North Terminal, The bank and post office are located in the administration building opposite Arrivals area. A restaurant area is on the first floor of North Terminal.

Duty-free shopping is in both North and South terminals. The Lost Property offices are located in the Arrival halls. 24-hour health and medical service is provided. Conference and Business Facilities are available and Press Room.The airport is accessible to disabled passengers, assistance can be requested in advance. Parking is free for disabled passengers upon presentation of valid disabled badge.

Dates for Your Diary

International Festival of Student Orchestras takes place in the autumn each year for Youth Orchestras from the Czech Republic and European countries.

Film Festivals take place celebrating the International Film Circuit and a Prague Writers' Festival encouraging new and old talent.

The International Alternative Music Festival in winter. Folklore and Traditional Dancing events occur throughout the year

Must See in Prague

The Old Town Square includes the Old Town Hall with an Astronomical Clock. The Town Hall was founded in 1338 while the Astronomical Clock

dates from 1410. Twelve apostles appear every hour in its upper part.

The TV Tower in Zizkov is a new dominant feature of the city in the southeast area. This tower with a height of 216 metres is the highest construction in the city. It is open to the public and contains a look-out terrace and a restaurant.

Tyn Cathedral is a Gothic three-aisle structure and contains the tombstone of the Danish astronomer Tycho de Brahe, who stayed in the residence of Emperor Rudolf II in Prague between the 16th and 17th century.

The Old Jewish Cemetery, which includes Gothic, Renaissance and baroque tombstones, is located nearby to the city as well as other synagogues. They belong to the exhibition of the Jewish Museum.