The capital of Czech Republic is buzzing with new ideas for the next decade.
While some of them are ambitious, there are plenty of places you can go that could use your support.
The city of Prague is a hotbed of tourism and the city is known for its museums and the Prague Castle, the first in Europe to be rebuilt after it was destroyed in World War II.
Here are a few spots that are worth exploring.1.
Prague Castle: Built in 1538 as a castle for the Austrian nobles, the castle is currently undergoing restoration.
The castle is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It houses an impressive collection of medieval art, castles, monuments and other artifacts.
The Castle is a popular spot for picnics, weddings, concerts and other events.2.
Vysnám Castle: Vysnažná Mím Museum and Museum of Art are both open daily.
The museum is located on the top of the Vysnožm mountains, which overlook the Vistula Valley and are a popular destination for skiing and snowboarding.3.
Rázová Castle: Rásová castle is located in the heart of Prague.
It is famous for its art and architecture, as well as for being the location of the first medieval church in the Czech Republic.4.
Krasná Hora Castle: This castle was built on the banks of the River Vistulas in 1485.
It was named after the Roman Emperor Tiberius who was killed in battle at the Battle of Vistulos.
It has been a popular tourist destination since the 1960s.5.
Koln Castle: Koln is one of the oldest castles in the world, dating back to around 5,500 BC.
The building is surrounded by a park and features a spectacular view of the city and surrounding mountains.6.
Mihály Castle: Located in the south of Prague, this castle is the second oldest castle in the country and has been described as “the crown jewel of the Prague region.”
Located near the historic center, it is a stunning place to visit and is one the most photographed sites in Prague.7.
Szymborska Castle: A UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, the Szymmerc Castle is located just off the main train line in the city of Kraków, which has become famous for their historic architecture.
It’s also the birthplace of a famous Polish nobleman who fought in the First World War.8.
Kiel Castle: The historic city of the Czech city of Klub is located near the village of Kiel, on the outskirts of the center.
This castle is famous in Bohemia and is known as the birthplace for the first Polish king.
It can be visited by both tourists and locals.9.
Lomá Castle : The town of Lomac is a famous tourist attraction in the North of the country, and is located along the Víta River.
The town is home to several attractions including a Roman Catholic cathedral, a museum of medieval architecture, a famous castle, and a museum that displays relics of ancient cities.10.
Krumlov Castle: Known for its medieval architecture and castle, Krumlovo is located about 60 kilometers south of the capital, and boasts one of Europe’s largest collections of Roman Catholic relics.
The historic town is the home to the Krumov Castle, a UNESCO world heritage site.11.
Prazdí Castle: Prazdan is a small town on the Czech River that was once the home of the famous Prazdní Šimiercz castle.
This small town was the site of the second-largest Roman Catholic castle in Europe, and was the birthplace and home of one of Prague’s most famous poets, Piotr Šumiercz.
It offers a tour of the town and the castle.12.
Vyškov Castle: Found in the north of Prague on the border with Poland, Vyžkov Castle is one to explore.
It hosts a large museum of ancient Roman Catholic history and is a good place to see and hear historical music.
It also hosts a museum dedicated to medieval art.13.
České Buda Castle: Česiř castle is an ancient castle on the eastern bank of the Kura River, and the site is a great place to tour.
It includes a museum, a history garden and a medieval town hall.14.
Ďaké Castle: In the south, Ďaky Castle is known throughout Czechia and its surrounding area as a UNESCO-listed World Heritage site.
It boasts a variety of medieval and renaissance architecture, including a beautiful replica of the original medieval castle.15.
Bratislava Castle: Bratica, the city’s historic castle, is located close to the city center.
It features many medieval buildings and has a museum devoted to medieval history.16.
Krakow Castle: Born on the